Celebrated on 24th June
A hymn for this day that is not heard so often these days:
Hail, Harbinger of Morn.
Originally written in Latin by the Venerable Bede who lived from 673 to 735, this is a Victorian translation with a tune by W H Bell (1873-1946).
The dictionary defines a harbinger as: “A forerunner, a thing which tells of the onset or coming of something”.
Feel free to sing along!