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St. John Ogilvie hymn
St. John Ogilvie
A hymn
There is a hymn for St. John Ogilvie, in the book ‘Poems by Alexander Mathieson’.  It was dedicated to Sister Mary Bernard from the Convent of Mercy in Keith.  It is dated 12th of November 1929. Here is the hymn in full:
Hymn to Blessed John Ogilvie Hail glorious Father Ogilvie! O holy Saint of God! Whose steps did never falter Upon the narrow road. The road that leads to heaven, Where countless martyrs throng, And sing their hymns of gladness, Before the throne of God.
Chorus: O Blessed Father Ogilvie! O martyr of Our Lord! Pray for our native country Before the throne of God.
While we thy waiting brethren, Near-by thy home of Drum, In Keith the selfsame parish, Where thou thyself wert born, In pious supplication To thee do humbly pray, That we in God’s sweet mercy May find our heavenly way.
Address: Chapel Street Keith Moray AB55 5AL SCOTLAND    Dean: Fr Colin Stewart (01343) 542280     or   (01807) 580795 Priests in residence in Huntly: Fr Kingsley Chigbo CCE (01466) 410200 Fr Peter Ezekoka e-mail: chapelstthomas@yahoo.co.uk A parish of the R.C. Diocese of Aberdeen Charitable Trust, Registered Charity Number SC 005122
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St John Ogilvie
A hymn
There is a hymn for St. John Ogilvie, in the book ‘Poems by Alexander Mathieson’.  It was dedicated to Sister Mary Bernard from the Convent of Mercy in Keith.  It is dated 12th of November 1929. Here is the hymn in full:
Hymn to Blessed John Ogilvie Hail glorious Father Ogilvie! O holy Saint of God! Whose steps did never falter Upon the narrow road. The road that leads to heaven, Where countless martyrs throng, And sing their hymns of gladness, Before the throne of God.
Chorus: O Blessed Father Ogilvie! O martyr of Our Lord! Pray for our native country Before the throne of God.
While we thy waiting brethren, Near-by thy home of Drum, In Keith the selfsame parish, Where thou thyself wert born, In pious supplication To thee do humbly pray, That we in God’s sweet mercy May find our heavenly way.
St. John Ogilvie hymn
St. John Ogilvie book now   available to buy for £3 at St. Thomas R.C. Church