O Come All Ye Faithful (Oakeley)

For other English-language translations of this work, see Adeste Fideles.
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O Come All Ye Faithful
Anonymous, translated by Frederick Oakeley

According to A Dictionary of Hymnology[1], this translation is the most popular rendering of the anonymous hymn "Adeste fideles". It first appeared in Murray's Hymnal, 1852, with an alternative second line reading "Joyfully triumphant", and has since passed into a great number of collections in the UK and other English-speaking countries.

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