Herbert O'Driscoll

Short Name: Herbert O'Driscoll
Full Name: O'Driscoll, Herbert, 1928-
Birth Year: 1928

O'Driscoll, Herbert. (Cork, Ireland, October 17, 1928-- ). Anglican. Graduated from Trinity College, Dublin, 1951. Pastorates at Monkstown (Ireland), 1952-1954; Ottawa, Ontario, 1954-1957, 1962-1968; Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, 1957-1960 (naval chaplaincy); Carp, Ont., 1960-1962; Vancouver, British Columbia, (dean), 1968-1982. In 1982 he moved to Washington, D.C. to become the warden of the College of Preachers at Washington Cathedral, but returned to Canada after one year.

In both his hymns and his published sermons, he uses traditional techniques to set forth contemporary concerns, so that his work is unusually approachable.

--Hugh D. McKellar, DNAH Archives

Also:
O'Driscoll, T. Herbert (Thomas Herbert)
O'Driscoll, Thomas Herbert


Texts by Herbert O'Driscoll (14)AsAuthority LanguagesInstancessort descending
God hath spoken by his prophetsT. Herbert O'Driscoll (Author (B))English1
God who spread the boundless prairieHerbert O'Driscoll (Author)English2
Let my people seek their freedomHerbert O'Driscoll (Author)English2
The love of Jesus calls usHerbert O'Driscoll (Author)2
Who are we who stand and singHerbert O'Driscoll (Author)2
O God, beyond all face and formHerbert O'Driscoll (1928-) (Author)3
Sing of Eve and sing of AdamT. Herbert O'Driscoll, 1928- (Author)3
Three tall trees stood on a windy hillT. Herbert O'Driscoll (Author)3
Before the earth had yet begunHerbert O'Driscoll (Author)4
Sing of a God in Majestic DivinityHerbert O'Driscoll, 1928- (Author)English4
Come and journey with a SaviorHerbert O'Driscoll (Author)English5
God, when I stand, no path before me clearHerbert O'Driscoll (Author)English5
God, who has caused to be writtenHerbert O'Driscoll (1928-) (Author)5
From the slave pens of the DeltaT. Herbert O'Driscoll (Author)English7

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