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The O Antiphons

The O Antiphons

The O Antiphons (explained here and in greater detail here), beautifully performed by an ensemble whose identity is unknown to us. For more information, listen to this classic example of NPR journalism.


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Bill Moorhead

St. Gregory’s has also posted her “O Dayspring” as a prayer for Sandy Hook.

Sara Miles

Here are versions sung by Rev. Sylvia Miller-Mutia at St. Gregory of Nyssa in San Francsciso:

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