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March 12, 1930, Chicago, Illinois.

Jabusch was educated at St. Mary of the Lake Seminary, Chicago, Illinois (BA, STB, MA); Loyola University, Chicago; and Northwestern University (PhD 1968). He also studied music at the Chicago Conservatory of Music and the University of London. He was parish priest for St. James Catholic Church, Chicago (1956-61), and taught at Quigley Preparatory School, Chicago (1961-63); Niles College, Loyola University (1963-66); and St. Mary of the Lake Seminary (1968). He wrote some 80 hymns and 40 tunes, in addition to magazine articles and:

  1. From the Depths of Sin and Sadness
  2. Glory, Glory, Sing in the Highest
  3. King of Glory Comes, The
  4. Lord, When You Came to the Seashore
  5. Open Your Ears, O Faithful People
  6. Peace I Give You
  7. See, All the Earth Is God’s
  8. We Sat and Wept by Streams of Babylon
  9. What Can We Bring to Offer?
  10. Whatsoever You Do to the Least
  11. When I Was Hungry, You Gave Me to Eat
  12. Wherever Two or Three Have Come
  13. Your Fathers Ate Manna in the Desert

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