In many ways, translating a hymn for singing is like writing a new hymn. Clarence Augustus Walworth studied for the ministry at Union College , considering a vocation as an Episcopal priest.
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According to his obituary, Walworth decided to become a Roman Catholic priest while in New York, entered the Order of Redemptorists and, under their direction, continued his study in Belgium for five years. He served in England for two years before returning to the United States. In he collaborated with others to form the Order of Paulists. Following a severe bout with malaria, he became a pastor of St. He died in Albany in In addition to publishing a number of works, he was an amateur geologist, developing an extensive knowledge of the geological topography of New York State.
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Turning to the author of the German text, Ignaz Franz , born in Poland, was a German Roman Catholic priest and hymnologist who compiled song collections. Following his education at the Glatz Gymnasium, he studied philosophy and theology at Breslau University.
After his ordination as a priest in , he became a chaplain and, in , the archpriest at Schlawa, and finally head of a seminary in Breslau in , where he remained until his death. He is primarily remembered for his important eighteenth century study of Catholic hymnody, Katholisches Gesangbuch Catholic Hymnbook ca. The original Latin text follows within years of the important Council of Nicea C. It is no wonder that Walworth wanted to translate this important historical text into metrical English.
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