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Gregory I
Gregory I Second Dialogue

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1 Prol| GREGORY): ~There was a man of venerable life, blessed by grace, 2 3 | whole Convent came unto the venerable man Bennet, entreating him 3 3 | therefore I said that this venerable man did dwell with himself, 4 3 | before he had: wherefore venerable Bennet in that solitary 5 3 | if you mark well, that venerable Bennet forsook not so many 6 7 | WATER. ~On a certain day, as venerable Bennet was, in his cell, 7 7 | him what had happened, the venerable man did not attribute this 8 8 | the man of God. ~But the venerable father, perceiving the Priest 9 8 | could not see: but, as the venerable father told them, he appeared 10 9 | CHAPTER NINE: HOW VENERABLE BENNET, BY HIS PRAYER, REMOVED 11 11 | CHAPTER ELEVEN: HOW VENERABLE BENNET REVIVED A BOY, CRUSHED 12 11 | sent this heavy news to the venerable man Bennet; who commanded 13 12 | TWELVE: HOW BY REVELATION VENERABLE BENNET KNEW THAT HIS MONKS 14 13 | seeing I am now going to the venerable father Bennet, and my custom 15 13 | they brought him to the venerable father Bennet, of whom he 16 13 | offend in the sight of that venerable father. ~PETER: I see well 17 14 | DISCOVERED AND FOUND OUT BY VENERABLE BENNET. ~GREGORY: You must, 18 15 | CHAPTER FIFTEEN: HOW VENERABLE BENNET PROPHESIED TO KING 19 16 | CERTAIN CLERGYMAN, WHOM VENERABLE BENNET FOR A TIME DELIVERED 20 16 | was possessed: whom the venerable man Constantius, Bishop 21 18 | and presented the other to venerable Bennet: who took it very 22 20 | Upon a time, whiles the venerable Father was at supper, one 23 20 | nothing could be hidden from venerable Bennet, seeing the very 24 21 | five loaves for dinner. The venerable man, beholding the monks 25 21 | let me hear more of the venerable man Bennet, if there be 26 22 | TWENTY-TWO: HOW, BY VISION, VENERABLE BENNET DISPOSED THE BUILDING 27 23 | for how could he, though a venerable and most holy man, yet living 28 25 | might be discharged. The venerable man upon a time, wearied 29 27 | did owe him. To whom the venerable man said that himself had 30 29 | was ashamed, because the venerable father had by miracle shown 31 30 | veterinary medicine]. ~The venerable father went forward to his 32 31 | to his prayers. But the venerable man for all this rose not 33 32 | THIRTY-TWO: HOW BY PRAYER VENERABLE BENNET RAISED UP A DEAD 34 32 | in haste to seek out the venerable father. At the same time, 35 33 | was one thing which the venerable father Bennet would have 36 33 | according to her custom, her venerable brother with his monks went 37 33 | abundance of rain, that neither venerable Bennet, nor his monks that 38 33 | not: for if we respect the venerable man's mind, no question 39 34 | GREGORY: The next day the venerable woman returned to her Nunnery, 40 35 | time to go to rest, the venerable Father Bennet reposed himself 41 35 | his eyes, and whiles the venerable father stood attentively 42 36 | you many things of this venerable father, but some of purpose 43 37 | CHAPTER THIRTY-SEVEN: HOW VENERABLE BENNET DID PROPHESY TO HIS


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