(Westville, FL, U.S.A.), About this Item: Philadelphia, PA: [1958? He wrote many hymns, poems and other works, including Faith of Our Fathers, The Pilgrims of the Night, The Eternal Father, All for Jesus, Spiritual Conferences, and The Foot of the Cross. Faber would preach on matters of the spiritual life. The life and letters of Frederick William Faber, D.D., priest of the Oratory of St. Philip Neri [1869] xxiii, 447 p.: front. [3], Faber had never enjoyed good health. viii, 432 p. spine chipped -- Growth in holiness ; or, the progress of the spiritual life [1855] Murphy [1910?] He recovered, however, and was ordained a Catholic priest, celebrating his First Mass on 4 April 1847. | Contact this seller 15 October 2020. OFFERED: A nice hardback edition of short essays from Father Faber's many works. `Novitiate library' bookplate on front pastedown. ], Peter Reilly Co., 1958. Faber was a supporter of congregational singing and wrote his hymns in an age when the English, in general, were slowly moving back to congregational singing after the strictness of low-church anglicanism. London: Thomas Richardson; [1872? For the love of God is broader / Than the measures of man's mind. Collection [with year of original publication in brackets] includes -- All for Jesus: or the easy ways of divine love [1853] Richardson, 9th 1871. xxii, [1], 425 p. xl violet cloth, repaired -- Bethlehem [1860] Richardson, 2d 1865. xii, [3] 536 p. quarter black morocco, corner torn from half-title -- The Blessed Sacrament ; or, the works & ways of God [1855] Burns [1915?] His remains were laid in a vault in front of the altar and a marble slab and inscription cover the vault. We are informed by members of Dr. Faber's family that his father was Mr. Thomas Henry Faber, sometime Lay Secretary of the Bishop of Durham. 3. viii, 432 p. spine chipped -- Growth in holiness ; or, the progress of the spiritual life [1855] Murphy [1910?] Cisalpine Gaul, III. ... Faber, Frederick William, 1814-1863. -- The Creator and the creature : or, the wonders of divine love [1857] Burns [1915?] -- `P.S. how wonderful Thou art' (no. green cloth. An illustration of an open book. More information about this seller xvi,17-494 p. xl -- Hymns / by Frederick William Faber [1862] Burns [1915?] -- [The first printing of this complete edition carries the date MDCCCLXII. [Reset, page for page, from the complete edition of 1862] G edgeworn black morocco, red-under-gold edges. Published by An essay on beatification, canonization, and the processes of the Congregation of Rites. Five material objects stand round about. London: 1848., Richardson and Son, 1848. by Father Faber (Author) 5.0 out of 5 stars 2 ratings. 150 hymns (words only) in 7 parts. ], NY: Catholic Pubn. The Earl, who had handsomely financed the construction of a new parish for the community, felt betrayed by such a quick departure. Among his college friends were Arthur Penrhyn Stanley and Roundell Palmer, 1st Earl of Selborne. Shop for Frederick Faber and much more. Mrs Elizabeth Bowden had given St Wilfrid's chapel at the Oratory, in memory of Fr Faber, as in life he had a great devotion to St Wilfrid.He took the name of the saint when he entered the Oratory and chose St Wilfrid's feast for the formal foundation of the London house. The life and letters of Frederick William Faber, D.D., priest of the Oratory of St. Philip Neri [1869] xxiii, 447 p.: front. ], Baltimore: John Murphy, 1915. Explore More Items. Always an adventurous mind, Faber took part in The Authors on the Frontline project. book by father faber. More information about this seller ], Peter Reilly Co. Philadelphia, PA: [1958? Faber was par excellence a Catholic writer who corrected protestant ideas of 'automatic' salvation of the Christian by Christ's death (as evidenced by 'O Turn to Jesus, Mother turn') and the idea of Mary as being a mere character in the Christian story (as evidenced by 'Mother of Mercy, Day by Day'). Seller Inventory # 021297. was a noted English hymn writer and theologian, who converted from Anglicanism to the Catholic priesthood. Within weeks they had begun construction on a new Church of St. Wilfrid, their patron saint, designed by the noted church architect, Pugin, as well as on a school for the local children. The Blessed Sacrament ; or, the works and ways of God. Seller Inventory # 021299. `Bethlehem then was not His first home.We must seek Him in an eternal home, if indeed He be older than the angels, the eldest-born of creatures.' Can't remember the title or the author of a book? One of its most prominent proponents was the popular preacher John Henry Newman, vicar of the University Church of St Mary the Virgin. London: Burns & Oates; [1895? book by z el bey. G faded purple cloth, 5 cm. It is a merciful disclosure to men of His more hidden beauty. 28 Jun. .the form it all takes is the declaration of His oneness with the Father.' | Contact this seller Hardcover. (port. 582 p. : 178 items (no. this volume is respectfully inscribed, in affectionate remembrance of much personal kindness, and many thoughtful conversations on the rites, prerogatives, and doctrines, of the Holy Church. His first act was to go to Rome to learn how best to carry out his pastoral charge. (p. x) Fair x-l half tan calf, front joint broken. on the title-page; the second edition was in print by 1866] This undated copy includes two leaves of advertistments, conjugate with pages 417-20, with a title published in 1872. The Foot of the Cross: The Sorrows of Mary. The Adriatic and Aegean. Father Faber. xii, 403 p. xl, chafed -- Bowden, John Edward, Cong. (240) - `The doctrine which He puts forward aboutthe Father is not less remarkable. : xv, 387 + xii, 372 p. xl, chafed -- Poems [1857, mostly from Anglican period] Burns [1892?] Hear about sales, receive special offers & more. Stamped with Knight of Columbus - Columbus Hospital. 1st edition. Hardcover. Frederick William Faber's Works: * Faith of Our Fathers (hymn) * I was wandering and weary * Jesus is God, the glorious bands (n. 298, The Church Hymn Book (1872)), written in 1862 * My God, how wonderful thou art (n. 195 in Hymn Book), written in 1849 * O Jesus, Jesus, dearest Lord (n. 754, Hymn Book), written in 1848 * O paradise! The Oratorians proceeded with construction despite public protests at their presence. Books. He attempted a trip to the Holy Land but had to turn back, and instead toured Malta and Italy. ], New York:Henry H.Richardson 4. 2014, "My God, how wonderful thou art", Hymnary, Works by or about Frederick William Faber. Published by Seller Inventory # 021311. on the title-page; the second edition was in print by 1866] This undated copy includes two leaves of advertistments, conjugate with pages 417-20, with a title published in 1872. London: printed for 1840., J. G. F. & J. Rivington, 1840. Fr. Prompted by this devotion, he translated St. Louis de Montfort's classic work, True Devotion to Mary, into English.[3][4]. London: Burns & Oates; [1895? 11 works in 12 vols., with Bowden's Life: 13 vols. An icon used to represent a menu that can be toggled by interacting with this icon. (port. They settled in Birmingham, where they informally organized themselves in a religious community, calling themselves the Brothers of the Will of God. 6. green cloth. 150 hymns (words only) in 7 parts. Faber was born in 1814 at Calverley, then within the Parish of Calverley in the West Riding of Yorkshire,[1] where his grandfather, Thomas Faber, was the vicar. Michel Faber’s most popular book is A Christmas Carol. ], NY: Catholic Pubn. book by vincentian father. FATHER FABER. The following Hymns do not, as will be seen, form anything like a perfect collection, but are given as a specimen of a much larger and more complete work. Attend a teacher training event. The Author has had a double end in view in the composition of them; first, to furnish some simple and original hymns for singing; secondly, to provide English Catholics with a hymn-book for reading, in the simplest and least involved metres.' From St. Wilfrid's Hymns, 1849:— 1. Faber to publish an ingenious and profound new novel by Francis Spufford, the best-selling, prize-winning author of Golden Hill. In The Blessed Sacrament, Father Faber returns to the problem of outnumbered Catholics living in a secular society, and describes their (and our) dilemma: “Holy Scripture describes life very touchingly as a weary land…. Vol. `Novitiate library' bookplate on front pastedown. 2. The Materials for Three more Books have been collected,--The Desecrated City (Constantinople)--The Kaiser's Lands--and Protestant Germany,--which may, perhaps, be prepared for publication, if it should seem advisable.' (497) - `We have begun with the Bosom of the Father. (490 f.) - `.the dark room at Nazareth & the desolate afternoon of Calvary. (p. x) Fair x-l half tan calf, front joint broken. For the love of God is broader / Than the measures of man's mind. 9) and 'Faith of our Fathers! xii, 548 p. xl Dedication: To My Most Dear Father, John Henry Newman [etc.] Faber, D.D", Bowden, Henry Sebastian. x, 11-463 p.; 23.5 cm. By the Rev. 8. ], NY: Catholic Pubn. of Pope Benedict XIV); 19.5 cm. In 1836 he won the Newdigate Prize for a poem on "The Knights of St John," which elicited special praise from John Keble. The Adriatic and Aegean. : xv, 387 + xii, 372 p. xl, chafed -- Poems [1857, mostly from Anglican period] Burns [1892?] London: Thomas Richardson; [1872? Few people were surprised though when, after prolonged mental struggle, Faber left Elton to follow his hero Newman and join the Catholic Church, into which he was received in November 1845 by Bishop William Wareing of Northampton. xii, [3], 536 p.; 20 cm. (1958), From: 9) and 'Faith of our Fathers! xxviii, 427 p. : 150 hymns (words only) in 7 parts -- Notes on doctrinal and spiritual subjects: 1. 2 vols. Reset, new. The following article is based on an essay by Father Faber primarily for his Confraternity of the Precious Blood in 1854. There's a wideness in God's mercy, / Like the wideness of the sea, 8. 102: 8 stanzas printed in Oratorian hymns, 1854), here contains 13 stanzas: 2. By Frederick William Faber, D.D., priest of the Oratory of St. Philip Neri. Dedication: To William Wordsworth, Esq. | Contact this seller Published by London: 1848., Richardson and Son, (1848) From: Alec R. Allenson, Inc. (Westville, FL, U.S.A.) About this Item: London: 1848., Richardson and Son, 1848. -- 'Souls of men! chip from spine. Faber attended grammar school at Bishop Auckland in County Durham for a short time, but a large portion of his boyhood was spent in Westmorland. Light marginal penc. $7.16 Retail: $7.95 Save 10% ($0.79) Availability: New. ], New York:Henry H.Richardson. Light marginal penc. The community still lacked a permanent home, and in September 1852 a location was chosen at Brompton. (1840), About this Item: London: printed for 1840., J. G. F. & J. Rivington, 1840. (145) - `Of a truth art is a revelation from heaven, and a mighty power for God. 88 Most Popular & Representative Christian Hymns From Frederick William Faber, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Frederick_William_Faber&oldid=991768924, Anglican priest converts to Roman Catholicism, 19th-century English Roman Catholic priests, Short description is different from Wikidata, Wikipedia articles incorporating a citation from the 1911 Encyclopaedia Britannica with Wikisource reference, Wikipedia articles incorporating text from the 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Wikipedia articles with CANTIC identifiers, Wikipedia articles with SNAC-ID identifiers, Wikipedia articles with SUDOC identifiers, Wikipedia articles with Trove identifiers, Wikipedia articles with WORLDCATID identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 1 December 2020, at 18:53. We have ended at His Feet. [First printed in 1855] Dedication: "To My Most Dear Father, John Henry Newman [etc.]" ISBN-13: 978-1110490547. 1st edition. 7. (p. [xiii]) -- Preface (dated at end, 1861): 'This is a perfect collection of the Hymns, the only one; but it contains also an addition of fifty-six new Hymns, fulfilling with tolerable accuracy his original conception of what the Hymn Book should be and should contain.' 1, 1848. However, there was a strong Methodist presence in the parish and the Dissidents packed his church each Sunday in an attempt to challenge the Roman Catholic direction he was taking the congregation in. Our BookSleuth is specially designed for you. Faber struggled with these divergent forms of Christian beliefs and life. Philadelphia, PA: [1958? (1860), About this Item: London: 1860., Thomas Richardson and Son, 1860. London: printed for 1840., J. G. F. & J. Rivington, in reddish cloth except as stated); 18.5 cm. In 1843, Faber accepted the position of rector at a church in Elton, then in Huntingdonshire but now in Cambridgeshire. Hardcover. Hardcover. Reset, new. Mysteries and festivals; 2. the faith and the spiritual life [edited by J.E. Ambleside, the Feast of St. Matthias, MDCCCXLII. 2nd, reprinted. why will ye scatter / Like a crowd of frightened sheep?' • Addington, Raleigh, Faber, Poet and Priest — Selected letters by Frederick William Faber from 1833-1863, (D Brown and Sons Ltd, Cowbridge and Bridgend, 1974) Includes `The Knights of St. John', his English prize poem recited in the Sheldonian Theatre, 1836. Burns [1915?] London : Burns & Oates, 1961 (OCoLC)555271702: Named Person: Frederick William Faber; Frederick William Faber; Frederick William Faber: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Ronald Chapman VG orig. [5], On 11 October 1850, the feast of St. Wilfrid, the community in London was established as autonomous, and Faber was elected its first provost, an office he held until his death. Society Thus in 1849 a community of the Oratory was established in London in William IV Street. The following Hymns do not, as will be seen, form anything like a perfect collection, but are given as a specimen of a much larger and more complete work. 582 p. : 178 items (no. Faber, Frederick. Publication date 1855 Topics Christian life and character Publisher Baltimore, John Murphy company; Pittsburgh, G. Quigley -- [The first printing of this complete edition carries the date MDCCCLXII. Lacks ffep,foxed. It is the good men, good once, we must hope good still, who are to do the work of Anti-Christ and so sadly to crucify the Lord afresh…. More information about this seller Burns [1915?] London: printed for 1840., J. G. F. & J. Rivington. (p. [xiii]) -- Preface (dated at end, 1861): 'This is a perfect collection of the Hymns, the only one; but it contains also an addition of fifty-six new Hymns, fulfilling with tolerable accuracy his original conception of what the Hymn Book should be and should contain.' `Bethlehem then was not His first home.We must seek Him in an eternal home, if indeed He be older than the angels, the eldest-born of creatures.' ... Faber, Father Frederick. Books I. Paris and Avignon, II. (139-44) - `But these things are spiritual types as well as material realities. 2nd, reprinted. Faber, Frederick W. ... TAN Books / 2009 / Trade Paperback. .The Beasts, the Manger, the Straw,the Darkness, and the Cold!' .the form it all takes is the declaration of His oneness with the Father.' In addition to his hymns already noted in this Dictionary, the following are found in various Roman Catholic collections, viz. Benziger Brothers. Orat. Faber, F. 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