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Faber, Frederick William

(1814–63). B. Calverley, Yorkshire, Eng.; hymnist and theol.; educ. Oxford; rector Elton, Huntingdonshire; RC 1845; est. a religious community at Birmingham called Wilfridians, or Brothers of the Will of God, which merged with the Oratory of F. dé Neri (see Oratorians, 2); est. a branch in London 1849. Hymns include “Sweet Savior, Bless Us Ere We Go”; “The Pilgrims of the Night.”

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