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Catholic Activity: Hymn: Where Charity and Love Prevail

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Hymn: Ubi Caritas, tr. Omer Westendorf (1961)
Tune: CHRISTIAN LOVE, CM, by Paul Benoit (1961)

DIRECTIONS

Where charity and love prevail, there God is ever found; Brought here together by Christ’s love, by love are we thus bound.

With grateful joy and holy fear His charity we learn; Let us with heart and mind and soul now love him in return.

Forgive we now each other’s faults as we our faults confess; And let us love each other well in Christian holiness.

Let strife among us be unknown, let all contention cease; Be His the glory that we seek, be ours His holy peace.

Let us recall that in our midst dwells God’s begotten Son; As members of His body joined, we are in Him made one.

No race or creed can love exclude, if honored be God’s name; Our family embraces all whose Father is the same.

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