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OUT OF THE SHADOW, by            
First Line: Out of the shadow of the night
Last Line: The centre of all mystery!
Alternate Author Name(s): Fairless, Michael
Subject(s): Catholics; Christmas; Jesus Christ; Religion; Roman Catholics; Catholicism; Nativity, The; Theology

OUT of the Shadow of the Night
I come, led by the starshine bright,
With broken heart to bring to Thee
The fruit of Thine Epiphany,
The gift my fellows send by me,
The myrrh to bed Thine agony,
I set it here beneath Thy feet,
In token of Death's great defeat;
And hail Thee Conqueror in the strife,
And hail Thee Lord of Light and Life.
All hail! All hail the Virgin Son!
All hail! Thou little helpless One!
All hail! Thou King upon the Tree!
All hail! The Babe on Mary's Knee
The centre of all mystery!

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