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Gregory I
Gregory I Second Dialogue

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1 Prol| There was a man of venerable life, blessed by grace, and blessed 2 Prol| fall to dissolute and lewd life, he drew back his foot, 3 Prol| notable things and acts of his life I could not learn; but those 4 Prol| he first began his holy life. ~ 5 1 | resolute mind to lead his life in the wilderness: his nurse 6 1 | pains, and to have Bennet's life for an example known to 7 1 | converted from their beastly life to grace, piety, and devotion. 8 2 | felt the like in all his life. ~A certain woman there 9 2 | the rest of the holy man's life. ~ 10 3 | report of his wonderful holy life, his name became very famous. 11 3 | took order that regular life should be observed, so that 12 3 | things: and because the life of virtuous men is always 13 3 | could not endure the sign of life: and therefore rising up, 14 3 | were far unlike to him in life and conversation: perhaps 15 3 | forsook his lewd kind of life; and the other from the 16 3 | purpose, and to prosecute the life of the holy man. ~GREGORY: 17 8 | many gave over the secular life, and subdued the passions 18 8 | contrary, the fame of his holy life increased, and many daily, 19 8 | themselves to a better state of life : burning more and more 20 8 | imitate his commendable life, yet fain he would have 21 8 | wickedly bent against his life, was far more sorry for 22 15 | length give over your sinful life. Into the city of Rome shall 23 15 | shall you leave this mortal life." The king, hearing these 24 15 | kingdom together with his life. ~The Bishop also of Camisina 25 15 | dearly loved for his virtuous life. The Bishop, therefore, 26 17 | his virtue and merit of life, was very intrinsical and 27 23 | long after departed this life, and were buried in the 28 23 | which by faith and virtuous life possess the place of holy 29 24 | unto them, he departed this life. And being buried, his body, 30 30 | rebuke, St. Peter deprived of life: and by prayer restored 31 30 | prayer restored Tabitha to life. And for proof of this, 32 32 | sake and restore him to life." ~The servant of God, hearing 33 32 | to have his son raised to life, and restore that soul to 34 35 | reverent Prelate departed this life, and enquiring curiously 35 36 | for the style. Of whose life and conversation, if any 36 36 | understand all his manner of life and discipline: for the 37 37 | in which he departed this life, he told the day of his 38 38 | distracted in her whole life, and so continued always


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