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Heloise, abbess of the Paraclete, died; celebrated as the mistress of Abelard, and for her learning.
Muslim commentators hold that the Paraclete (Comforter) promised in John xvi.
He called the place his Paraclete, because it had been his consolation.
This reminds us that it was provided that the Paraclete should have a certain number of monks attached to it.
When or how often he visited the Paraclete we do not know; but in some of these visits Hlose and Ablard must have met again.
Her monastery at the Paraclete became a school as famous in its way as Ablard had made Paris.
He is the “leader,” the “ambassador of the light,” the “Paraclete.”
The spirit of man has never been without a Divine Paraclete.
The altar of Paraclete, says Mr. Berrington, did not then exist.
He named it the Paraclete, and there he taught and lectured.

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