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 St. John of the Cross on the words of his stanza: ` In the inner cellar of my Beloved have I drunk. '
St. John of the Cross treats the subject most carefully.
St. John of the Cross uses the same comparison: ` If the soul shall overcome the devil in the first combat, it shall then pass on to the second; and if it shall be victorious there also, it shall then pass on to the third; and then through the seven mansions, the seven degrees of love, until the Bridegroom shall bring it to the "cellar of wine" of perfect charity. '
Although St. John of the Cross and other prominent men were on Gratian's side, the opposite party came into office in 1585, and Gratian was charged with having introduced mitigations and novelties.