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St. Nicholas Hymns & Songs

Anglican/Episcopal/Roman Catholic
Those especially suitable for children are marked with an asterisk *

St. Nikolaus with children
St. Nikolaus
Holy card: Munich, Germany
St Nicholas Center Collection
Almighty God of boundless love
      Tune: WAREHAM LM
Each year we celebrate with joy
      Tune: LONDONDERRY AIR
From every land and every age
      Tune: VOM HIMMEL HOCH LM
Hymne de Saint Nicolas 
      11th century Latin
Insel Lmulek Missier Taghna
      Maltese hymn to St. Nicholas
      Click to hear music
Let the clergy joyfully raise
      from the Roman Breviary
Let us all exult together
      Congaudentes exultemus
* Let us lift our joyful voices
      Tune: STUTTGART 8 7 8 7
May we hope to find a patron
      Tune: ALL SAINTS 87 87 77
O Blessed Saint, we honor you
      Tune: ST FULBERT or ST ANNE CM
Raise your voice in songs and praises
      Tune: HYFRYDOL 87 87 D
Rejoice in God's saints
      Tune: PADERBORN 10 10 11 11
      or HANOVER or OLD 104th
* Saint Nicholas lived in a land far away
      Tune: Traditional Dutch Zie Ginds Komt de Stoomboot
Saint Nicholas the children's friend
      Tune: SALVE REGINA (Sister Act)
Saint of Christmas now we see 
      Tune: Traditional English I saw three ships
Saint of joy
      Tune: Dix 70 70 70
Saints of Advent
      Tune: MONKLAND 7 7 7 7
Sancte, sancte Nicolas
      Latin hymn, meter: 7 8 7 8
* Sing we now and chant it
      Tune: O, kom er eens kijken (Dutch)
To God be the glory 
      Tune: TO GOD BE THE GLORY 11 11 11 11 with refrain
When Mary answered "Yes"
      Tune: SANDYS SM
When tempests rage
      Tune: MELITA 88 88 88
Who comes each year?
      Tune: SINE NOMINE 10 10 10 4 4
With voices loud and joyous
      Tune: 76 76
Wonderworker, friend of children
      Tune: GUITING POWER 85 85 79
Wondrous Story, Saint in Glory
      Tune: DAILY, DAILY  87 87 66
       or BEECHER 87 87 D

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