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Our Morning Offering – 29 September – The Feast of Sts Michael, Gabriel and Raphael

Our Morning Offering – 29 September – The Feast of Sts Michael, Gabriel and Raphael

Morning Hymn from the Breviary

Angels of God, you see the Father’s Face,
sharing His splendour, clothed in fire and flame,
worshipping Him, the terrible and great,
singing forever – Holy is His Name!

Angels you sang when Christ ame down to earth
gave Him your comfort in the hour of dread,
solaced His spirit, anguished and alone,
shouted His triumph, risen from the dead.

Angels, archangels, when He comes again,
compassed in glory, fearful in His might,
open for Him the King’s eternal gates –
then will He lead His faithful into light.

When to the Father, Son and Spirit blest,
angels and men united worship bring,
from all creation, from the world unseen,
up to the Godhead, perfect praise will spring.breviary morning hymn - 3 archangels - 29 sept 2017


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