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fast 4
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father 35
fault 5
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36 do
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35 father
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35 into
34 again
Gregory I
Gregory I Second Dialogue

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1 Prol| book, and forsaking his father's house and wealth, with 2 3 | and seek ye out some other father suitable to your own conditions, 3 3 | which he received of his father, was glad to serve a citizen, 4 3 | How many hired men in my father's house do abound with bread? [ 5 4 | to the man of God, by the father of the Abbey whom he had 6 4 | secretly to Pompeianus, father of the Abbey, and also to 7 7 | of! Maurus, craving his father's blessing, and departing 8 7 | done. ~Coming back to the father, and telling him what had 9 8 | God. ~But the venerable father, perceiving the Priest so 10 8 | to the eyes of that holy father, and with great outcries 11 8 | see: but, as the venerable father told them, he appeared visibly 12 12 | manner was, and asked their father's blessing: of whom he demanded 13 13 | now going to the venerable father Bennet, and my custom is 14 13 | brought him to the venerable father Bennet, of whom he desired 15 13 | sight of that venerable father. ~PETER: I see well that 16 14 | and beforehand sent the father word of his coming: to whom 17 20 | time, whiles the venerable Father was at supper, one of his 18 22 | sorrowfully, saying: "We expected, father, that you should have come 19 22 | marvel is it, if the holy father Bennet obtained grace to 20 24 | their house, not craving the father's blessing beforehand: and 21 26 | Anthony, who said that his father's boy was so pitifully punished 22 26 | forth. Who being sent by his father to the man of God, he was 23 28 | the cellar heard what the father commanded, yet did he not 24 29 | ashamed, because the venerable father had by miracle shown the 25 30 | medicine]. ~The venerable father went forward to his prayers, 26 31 | after, he said: "This is father Bennet, of whom I told you": 27 32 | to seek out the venerable father. At the same time, the man 28 32 | no," quoth the sorrowful father, " but he is dead: come 29 32 | hand and gave it to his father, but alive and in health. 30 33 | thing which the venerable father Bennet would have done, 31 33 | here alone." ~But the good father, being not able to go forth, 32 35 | go to rest, the venerable Father Bennet reposed himself in 33 35 | and whiles the venerable father stood attentively beholding 34 36 | things of this venerable father, but some of purpose I let 35 38 | always proceed from the Father and the Son, why doth the


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