"Thanks to the primate for telling us about the inspiration he has received from the beautiful hymn by Henry Ernest Hardy -- not Handy, as in the typo in the article itself ('O Dearest Lord', March 2015, p. 5). The hymn is notable for having integrated into modern Anglicanism a modest level of devotion to the Sacred Heart (verse 4). Hardy is better known as Father Andrew, SDC (Society of the Divine Compassion) -- the first Franciscan community to be founded (in 1894) among Anglicans since the Reformation. He wrote many popular books of spirituality, and was respected as an outstanding spiritual director". "The spiritual energy of the SDC, which closed mid-20th century, has been taken up into the Society of St. Francis, now a vigorous Franciscan presence in the Anglican Communion, with many members of its Third Order living in Canada".