Hymns for the Solar Eclipse

David takes a close look at sun and moon references in the hymns found in the Hymnal 1982 starting with St. Patrick and going through the twentieth century.

For centuries, Christians have had a tendency to look up to these celestial bodies in their song. They are part of our world and part of God’s creation. Their movement orders our days and our lives and therefore our worship of almighty God.

Read Brother sun and sister moon: hymnody for a total solar eclipse at David's blog.

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