Section Title

Search Results

6 Results (Page 1 of 1)

All the Earth Proclaim the Lord: Psalm 100

Recording of this octavo is also available on Jubilee CD.

By : Lucien Deiss, CSSp
Format : Click & Print Octavo


All the Earth Proclaim the Lord: Psalm 100 (Instrumental Parts) - Click & Print

By : Lucien Deiss, CSSp; Arr. Richard Proulx
Format : Digital Download


All the Earth Proclaim the Lord: Psalm 100 (Instrumental Parts)

By : Lucien Deiss, CSSp; Arr. Richard Proulx
Format : Print


Be Forever Praised! A Collection of Psalms, Hymns, and Spiritual Songs

Here areĀ 36 "best-of" hymn texts and tunes published by WLP, including contributions from Jerry Brubaker, Lucien Deiss, Delores Dufner, Mary Frances Fleischaker, Calvin Hampton, Alan J. Hommerding, Steven R. Janco, Carl Johengen, J. Michael Joncas, Kevin Keil, Kevin Kelly, Paul Nienaber, Richard Proulx, Thomas Schindler, Herman Stuempfle, J. Michael Thompson, Christopher Trussell, Susan Wente, Omer Westendorf, and Martin Willett.

By : Various
Format : Songbook/Music Collection


Rev. Lucien Deiss, CSSp 1921-2007

On Tuesday, October 9, 2007, Reverend Lucien Deiss, CSSp, celebrated what he often referred to as "the most joyful day of my life" in returning home to be with his Lord.

Fr. Deiss, a native of France and resident of the Seminaire des Missiones in Larue, France, was during his lifetime a pastor, liturgist, author, international lecturer, renowned Scripture scholar, and an expert on liturgical music.

Best known to Roman Catholics in the U.S. through his scriptural songs such as "All the Earth," "Keep in Mind," and "Grant to Us, O Lord," Fr. Deiss was also widely known in Europe and the United States as a scholar in the fields of Sacred Scripture and Patristics. He was selected by Pope Paul VI to coordinate the Lectionary psalter following the Second Vatican Council. His Biblical Hymns and Psalms was the first significant way that millions of Catholics in the U.S. came to sing the Word of God and treasure it in their hearts. For this he was given an honorary Doctorate in Sacred Music from Duquesne University.

A tireless advocate of the reforms of Vatican II, Fr. Deiss continually encouraged those who worked in liturgical reform in this country to remain fervent in prayer to the Holy Spirit, and he dedicated much of his life to liturgical catechesis through workshops and the well-known "Deiss days" sponsored by WLP (then World Library of Sacred Music). He was, above all, a man of prayer, dedicated to the celebration of the Eucharist, and was always filled with a gentle and loving humor.

We at WLP mourn the passing of Fr. Deiss, and share in his joy as he lives and sings for all ages in the eternal light of his Risen Savior.

Keep in Mind
that Jesus Christ
has died for us
and is risen from the dead. He is our saving Lord.
He is joy for all ages!

Psalm 100: All the Earth

Introduction may be repeated after final refrain.

By : Lucien Deiss, CSSp; Arr. Richard Proulx
Format : Octavo

6 Results (Page 1 of 1)