On the saints-day front, St Brigid of Kildare was popular at the start of February - and now interest has moved to St Patrick (17 March) and St Joseph (19 March).
Seachtain na Gaeilge (Irish Language Week - running from 1-17 March 2016) always brings renewed interest in the Irish-language hymns, too.
Hymns for Lent and Easter have been viewed a lot: God of Mercy and Compassion has been top of the Popular Posts list for several weeks now.
Hymn and song research requests during February 2016
A Rí na GlóireUnfortunately it has not been possible to locate this song - even using the phrase "is mo dhaonacht" which was also provided. If you have any information about it (eg who wrote it, who sings it, if it has been published anywhere) please leave a comment below.
Come Let's Share in the Banquet of the LordThis request only included the phrase ""Banquet of the Lord"". It's possible that it is for the song Come Let's Share in the Banquet of the Lord. If not, then please try again, this time leaving more details.
Daily Daily Sing to MaryInformation about this Marian hymn, translated by Fr Henry Bittleston, is available here.
Fade Fade Each Earthly JoyInformation about this hymn is available here
He was Born for You and IThis request only included the title, and it wasn't possible to identify the song from this. If possible, try requesting it again and giving some of the other lyrics, ideally ones that use more unique combinations of works which are less likely to be in other hymns or sermons.
Laudato SiInformation about this song is available here.
Let There be Love Shared Among UsAn information page about a variation of this song is found here.
Like Olive BranchesThis song was requested by a visitor from Uganda - and last month, by someone who heard it in Nigeria. There's an information page about it here
Listen Let Your Heart Keep SeekingThis Pentecost hymn is by Aniceto Nazareth. It has been added to the list for further research.
Love the Lord with all Your HeartThis request is possibly for a childrens song to the tune of "Row, Row, Row your Boat" - please leave a comment below if you have any more information about it.
My Soul is SadThis hymn by English writer Francesca Leftley (Fran McEvoy) is described here.
On this House Your Blessing LordAn information page about this hymn is available here.
Padraig Aspell AlleluiairishThis request also included the phrase "Cann amish is docas croi".
One possibility is that it may be for Dóchas Linn Naomh Pádraig, which does have an alternative title of Pádraig Aspal Éireann - although thiis is not an exact match.
If you have other suggestions about what the request is for, please leave a comment below.