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Gregory I
Gregory I Second Dialogue

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1 Prol| by GREGORY): ~There was a man of venerable life, blessed 2 Prol| always the mind of an old man; for his age was inferior 3 Prol| a most rare and reverent man, who was next Abbot after 4 1 | minister and serve him. ~The man of God, Bennet, coming to 5 1 | the ringing thereof the man of God might know when he 6 1 | where he sought for the man of God amongst the steep 7 1 | of Easter." To whom the man of God answered, and said: " 8 2 | that so near as the holy man, if he would, might have 9 2 | and forthwith the holy man was assaulted with such 10 2 | begun, the rest of the holy man's life. ~ 11 3 | temptation was thus overcome, the man of God, like unto a piece 12 3 | came unto the venerable man Bennet, entreating him very 13 3 | upon which accident the man of God by and by perceived 14 3 | himself. ~GREGORY: If the holy man had longer, contrary to 15 3 | said that this venerable man did dwell with himself, 16 3 | good, then, should the holy man have expected, seeing them 17 3 | prosecute the life of the holy man. ~GREGORY: When as God's 18 4 | length he was sent to the man of God, who did likewise 19 4 | two days follow the holy man's admonition; for, upon 20 4 | being once more sent to the man of God, by the father of 21 4 | themselves to prayer, the holy man perceived that the monk, 22 4 | Upon another day, when the man of God had ended his devotions, 23 5 | MOUNTAIN, BY THE PRAYERS OF THE MAN OF GOD. ~Amongst the monasteries 24 5 | to some other places. The man of God, comforting them 25 6 | world, was received by the man of God; whom on a day he 26 7 | young Placidus, the holy man's monk, went out to take 27 7 | may shoot an arrow. The man of God, being in his cell, 28 7 | happened, the venerable man did not attribute this to 29 8 | began to envy the holy man's virtues, to back-bite 30 8 | for an holy present. The man of God received it with 31 8 | day after his manner, the man of God threw him the loaf 32 8 | some such place where no man may find it." Then the crow, 33 8 | what he was commanded. The man of God again and again bade 34 8 | fear, and throw it where no man may find it." At length, 35 8 | usual allowance from the man of God. ~But the venerable 36 8 | damnable sight the holy man beholding out of his cell, 37 8 | another place. ~And thus the man of God, upon humility, gave 38 8 | strange accident the holy man's disciple Maurus understanding, 39 8 | in mine opinion, this one man was full of the spirit of 40 8 | good men. ~GREGORY: The man of god, Bennet, had the 41 8 | which doth lighten every man coming into this world," [ 42 8 | after this, did the holy man go: and whether did he afterward 43 8 | or no? ~GREGORY: The holy man, changing his place, did 44 8 | most wicked sacrifice. The man of God coming thither, beat 45 8 | his name, and because the man of God vouchsafed him not 46 9 | nothing, they sent for the man of God, to help them with 47 9 | of that stone. The holy man came, and after some praying, 48 10 | BURNT THE KITCHEN. ~Then the man of God thought good that 49 10 | made such a noise, that the man of God, hearing it, came 50 11 | that was requisite, the man of God in the meantime was 51 11 | were a-working: whereof the man of God, in all haste, gave 52 11 | heavy news to the venerable man Bennet; who commanded them 53 11 | manner brought unto the man of God, he bad them to lay 54 12 | other miracles which the man of God did, he began also 55 13 | VALENTINIAN THE MONK, WHOM THE MAN OF GOD BLAMED FOR EATING 56 13 | blessing. Then the holy man objected against him what 57 13 | best pleased him?" The good man, hearing these words, fell 58 13 | I see well that the holy man had in his soul the spirit 59 14 | understood that the holy man had the spirit of prophecy, 60 14 | pleasure. The king, as he was a man wickedly disposed, thought 61 14 | he would try whether the man of God were a prophet, as 62 14 | reported, or no. A certain man of his guard he had, called 63 14 | as it were himself to the man of God; and to give the 64 14 | Abbey: at which time the man of God sat a little way 65 14 | well understand what the man of God said, then, in the 66 14 | about to mock so worthy a man, and all his attendants 67 15 | in person went unto the man of God; and seeing him sitting 68 15 | the ground: whom the holy man (speaking to him twice or 69 15 | afraid, and desiring the holy man to commend him to God in 70 15 | servant of God, whom the holy man dearly loved for his virtuous 71 15 | inhabited." To whom the man of God answered: "Rome," 72 16 | possessed: whom the venerable man Constantius, Bishop of the 73 16 | enemy out of the possessed man's body, giving him this 74 16 | have power over you." The man departed safe and sound, 75 16 | observed for a time what the man of God had given him in 76 16 | neglected the words of the man of God, as though forgotten 77 16 | body. ~PETER: This holy man, as I perceive, did know 78 16 | Apostle saith: "For what man knoweth those things which 79 16 | those things which belong to man, but the spirit of man which 80 16 | to man, but the spirit of man which is in him ? Even so, 81 16 | which belong to God, no man knoweth, but the spirit 82 16 | ascended into the heart of man, those things which God 83 17 | CHAPTER SEVENTEEN: HOW THE MAN OF GOD, BENNET, DID FORETELL 84 17 | GREGORY: A certain noble man called Theoprobus was by 85 17 | familiar with him. This man upon a day, coming into 86 17 | to make an end (for the man of God used not in his prayers 87 17 | things, but yet not one man could they retain there, 88 17 | upon him, so that no one man was cast away. ~ 89 18 | to the monastery of the man of God, to carry him two 90 18 | thankfully, and, when the man was going away, he gave 91 18 | is within it." The poor man, thus pitifully confounded 92 18 | pitifully confounded by the man of God, went his way, and 93 19 | CHAPTER NINETEEN: HOW THE MAN OF GOD KNEW THAT ONE OF 94 19 | return to the Abbey, the man of God very sharply rebuked, 95 19 | reprehension: whereupon the holy man spake to him in plain terms, 96 20 | who was the son of a great man, held the candle: and as 97 20 | thought straightways the holy man turned himself, and with 98 20 | what he spake against the man of God, secretly in his 99 21 | OF MEAL, FOUND BEFORE THE MAN OF GOD'S CELL. ~At another 100 21 | for dinner. The venerable man, beholding the monks sad, 101 21 | hear more of the venerable man Bennet, if there be anything 102 22 | desired by a certain virtuous man, to build an Abbey for his 103 22 | city of Taracina. The holy man was content, and appointed 104 22 | the very night before, the man of God in sleep appeared 105 22 | vision, they expected the man of God himself in person, 106 22 | carry provision for another man's dinner: what marvel is 107 22 | would know what manner of man he was in his ordinary talk 108 23 | parentage: whom a religious good man did serve for the dispatch 109 23 | provoke the foresaid religious man to anger; who having borne 110 23 | length he complained to the man of God, and told him with 111 23 | remembered what message the man of God sent them whiles 112 23 | matter was signified to the man of God, who straightways 113 23 | venerable and most holy man, yet living in mortal body, 114 23 | spiritual things, God, who for man's sake was made flesh, vouchsafed 115 24 | great haste they went to the man of God, fell down at his 116 24 | his favour. To whom the man of God with his own hands 117 25 | which fault of his, the man of God did daily rebuke 118 25 | discharged. The venerable man upon a time, wearied with 119 25 | the prayers of the holy man, he saw the dragon coming 120 26 | relation of the honourable man, Anthony, who said that 121 26 | sent by his father to the man of God, he was by him quickly 122 27 | MIRACULOUSLY TO RELIEVE A POOR MAN. ~Neither is that to be 123 27 | a certain day, an honest man, who was in debt, found 124 27 | best way to acquaint the man of God with his necessity: 125 27 | him. To whom the venerable man said that himself had not 126 27 | upon the third day the poor man came back there were found 127 27 | thirteen shillings: which the man of God caused to be given 128 27 | of this book. A certain man there was who had an enemy 129 27 | with a leprosy: but the man of God restored him to his 130 28 | dearth in Campania, the man of God had given away all 131 28 | of the oil shed. Then the man of God did command it to 132 29 | upon it: and as the holy man continued in his prayers, 133 30 | grievously tormented him. The man of God coming from his prayers, 134 31 | WITH THE ONLY SIGHT OF THE MAN OF GOD, WAS LOOSED FORM 135 31 | never departed alive. This man on a certain day, set upon 136 31 | tormented a poor country man, to make him confess where 137 31 | carried him to the holy man's Abbey, where he found 138 31 | wealth as thou hast of this man's in keeping." ~The man 139 31 | man's in keeping." ~The man of God, hearing such a noise, 140 31 | and that so quickly as no man with any haste could have 141 31 | and stiff neck to the holy man's feet, and with humility 142 31 | prayers. But the venerable man for all this rose not up 143 31 | country fellow, whom the man of God, not with hands, 144 31 | did pinion the innocent man's arms, did plainly shew 145 32 | in the field, a country man carrying the corpse of his 146 32 | father. At the same time, the man of God was returning homeward 147 32 | he saw, he [the country man] began to cry out: "Give 148 32 | son, give me my son!" ~The man of God, amazed at these 149 32 | compassion to solicit the poor man's suit, with great sorrow 150 32 | cannot bear?" But the poor man, whom excessive grief enforced, 151 32 | to which place when the man of God came with his monks, 152 32 | sins, but the faith of this man, that desireth to have his 153 33 | SCHOLASTICA. ~GREGORY: What man is there, Peter, in this 154 33 | her brother. To whom the man of God went not far from 155 33 | brought down the rain. The man of God, seeing that he could 156 33 | we respect the venerable man's mind, no question but 157 34 | to her Nunnery, and the man of God to his Abbey: who 158 35 | was founded by the noble man Liberius in the country 159 35 | ordinarily to come and visit the man of God: and the reason why 160 35 | because himself also was a man full of heavenly doctrine: 161 35 | disciples did lie. ~The man of God, Bennet, being diligent 162 35 | unusual crying out of the man of God, went up in all haste, 163 35 | so great a miracle, the man of God told him all in order 164 35 | commanded the religious man Theoprobus to dispatch one 165 35 | very instant, in which the man of God beheld him ascending 166 35 | world can be seen of any one man. ~GREGORY: Assure yourself, 167 35 | could not comprehend. The man of God, therefore, who saw 168 36 | be ignorant, but that the man of God amongst so many miracles, 169 36 | discipline: for the holy man could not otherwise teach, 170 37 | all the way from the holy man's cell, towards the east 171 37 | lamps, at the top whereof a man, reverently attired, stood 172 37 | of the death of the holy man, so likewise they which 173 38 | the cave of the blessed man Bennet: and not knowing


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