CC Madhya 16.184

‘caṇḍāla — pavitra yāṅra śrī-nāma-śravaṇe
hena-tomāra ei jīva pāila daraśane
Word for word: 
caṇḍāla — the dog-eater, the lowest of mankind; pavitra — purified; yāṅra — of whom; śrī-nāma-śravaṇe — by hearing the holy name; hena-tomāra — of such a one as You; ei jīva — this conditioned living entity; pāila — has gotten; daraśane — the personal visit.
Translation: 
“Simply by hearing Your holy name, a caṇḍāla, the lowest of men, can be purified. Now this conditioned soul has received Your personal interview.