Concordance for Catholic legends : a new collection / selected, translated, and arranged from the best sources.

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1.   reachere and in the great church of St. James, at Paris, crowds met everv evening aft
2. k, but God's ; our Blessed Lady and St. Augustine do it before I die ;" and she continual
3. ommo- up the dious path, leading to the mill which is a little farther valley, and a
4. ccident, or whom he had called from the mill to assist him, he arrived at the spot,
5. chant, it bowed the heart of the great Augustine, and made him weep, when but a few vear
6. and prosperity. The voice of the gTcat Augustine, that column of the Church, against whi
7. lence now great and most beloved Father Augustine, more great and beloved now than when o
8. markable as to justify the opinion that Milton was familiar with the English version o

Author: Eric Lease Morgan <emorgan@nd.edu>
Date created: October 16, 2010
Date updated: August 23, 2016
URL: http://concordance.library.nd.edu/app/