Is the Holy See a corporation?
No, the Holy See is the governance of the Catholic Church located in the Vatican.
Vatican City is not called the Holy See. Vatican City is the home and headquarters for the Holy See - the governance of the Catholic Church. The name derives from the Latin Sancta Sedes - Holy Seat and is the ecclesiastical jurisdiction of the Catholic Church in Rome, the episcopal see of the Bishop of Romeâ€”the Pope.
You can see it for yourself in those 612 references you have found for the word holy. Just glancing down the references I can see, 'holy conversation; holy convocation; holy men', and that in the first few references. And in the last few references there are, 'holy prophets and apostles; holy city; Holy Ghost'. And of course there are many more to be found; but the Bible does not give any more 'breakdown' of the…
There is a hymn titled, "Holy, Holy, Holy," written by Reginald Heber and John Dykec. To see if it's the one you're thinking of, here's the first verse (of four): Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God Almighty! Early in the morning our song shall rise to Thee; Holy, Holy, Holy! Merciful and Mighty! God in Three persons, blessed Trinity!
No, they are not the same. The Vatican is the home of the Holy See or Holy Seat, which refers to the location of the bishop of Rome - the Pope. Just like the United States is the name of the country but not the name of the government. The government runs the United States but is not the United States. The "See" of the government is the United States.
The Holy See is the episcopal jurisdiction of the Bishop of Rome, commonly known as the Pope, and is the preeminent episcopal see of the Roman Catholic Church, forming the central government of the Church. As such, diplomatically, and in other spheres the Holy See acts and speaks for the whole Catholic Church. It is also recognized by other subjects of international law as a sovereign entity, headed by the Pope, with which diplomatic relations…