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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| amenable to an idea, which so infinitely transcended earthly 2 Intro, 0| revolutionaries -- had they been so indeed the state of Europe 3 Intro, 0| to hear her out. He did so; proclaimed her complete 4 Intro, 0| one of the sacred groups so familiarly recurrent to 5 Intro, 0| And so these other saintly babies 6 Intro, 0| at each step, a devotion so pleasing to the angels, 7 Intro, 0| So it happened that Catherine, 8 Intro, 0| Savior, who, appearing in so marvelous a manner, in order 9 Intro, 0| The grace of this gift was so efficacious, that Catherine, 10 Intro, 0| would not distract me from so sweet a vision!' and lifted 11 Intro, 0| individuals perhaps have ever led so active a life or have succeeded 12 Intro, 0| have succeeded in leaving so remarkable an imprint of 13 Intro, 0| details of Clement's election, so far as his subservience 14 Intro, 0| secular experience of man so large a proportion of the 15 Intro, 0| their chief and arbiter. So much as has been said was, 16 Intro, 0| expressed itself in a "style" so winning, so sweetly reasonable, 17 Intro, 0| in a "style" so winning, so sweetly reasonable, as to 18 Intro, 0| fitting means of transit, so to speak. See, in the following 19 Intro, 0| which the mystics tell us so much, have been accomplished 20 Intro, 0| And so every well-known form of 21 Intro, 0| result of their having done so is that, with certain noble 22 Intro, 0| objets de religion they so much resemble. To keep healthy 23 Intro, 0| lived, treating, in a manner so simple and familiar as at 24 Intro, 0| rhythm of the sentences, so suggestive in its way of 25 1, 1 | a taste of the truth, or so brilliant a light therefrom, 26 1, 1 | So, that soul, wishing to know 27 1, 3 | that was acceptable to Him; so did the sweet Truth to that 28 1, 4 | My only begotten Son, in so far as the soul has drawn 29 1, 4 | ask me, then, for pains, so that I may receive satisfaction 30 1, 4 | only-begotten Son, spilt with so great a fire of love. This 31 1, 4 | would not be obliged to do so; whence it follows immediately, 32 1, 4 | contrition for their sins. So that, by means of prayer, 33 1, 4 | obstinacy should not be so great in their despair as 34 1, 4 | to show them what it is, so that, feeling its diverse 35 1, 4 | is the Eternal Life. And so I draw them by these, and 36 1, 4 | lead them back to grace, so that My truth may be fulfilled 37 1, 4 | I am constrained to do so by that inestimable love 38 1, 4 | corruption of their sins, and so receive the gift of grace. ~ 39 1, 4 | gave him, giving him memory so as to remember My benefits, 40 1, 4 | My benefits, intellect, so as to see and know the truth, 41 1, 4 | know the truth, affection, so that he should love Me, 42 1, 4 | So you see that satisfaction 43 1, 5 | love of divine charity is so closely joined in the soul 44 1, 5 | courage, for, unless you do so, you will not prove yourselves 45 1, 6 | can touch Me, except in so far as I count done to Me 46 1, 6 | privation of grace, and so cruel is he that he reminds 47 1, 6 | weep over these corpses, so that, by prayer, the bands 48 1, 7 | and the same thing, and, so far as the soul loves Me, 49 1, 7 | to another, another, it so happens that it is impossible 50 1, 7 | that the particular one so placed in the soul becomes 51 1, 7 | the affection of love; and so with many gifts and graces 52 1, 7 | Me, profits him nothing so far as grace is concerned. 53 1, 8 | and in his neighbor, and so, justice is not diminished 54 1, 8 | heart of the angry, and so from hatred often comes 55 2, 1 | herself to be ungrateful for so many benefits, and negligent, 56 2, 1 | graces she has received, and so seems to herself worthy 57 2, 2 | soul in Me. This tree then, so sweetly planted, produces 58 2, 2 | and praise to My Name, and so fulfills the object of her 59 2, 3 | even that she be made to do so. ~ 60 2, 3 | enduring pains and torments so that her neighbor may have 61 2, 3 | which proceeds from charity. So you see how discreetly every 62 2, 3 | she do not bring it forth, so that it may appear before 63 2, 3 | have said to you before, so I declare now that, in truth, 64 2, 4 | when he looks in a mirror, so, the soul who, with true 65 2, 4 | when it is fed with wood, so grew the fire in that soul 66 2, 4 | the departure of the soul; so that, had she not been surrounded 67 2, 4 | glorified if You pardon so many creatures, and give 68 2, 4 | wretched self, who have so much offended You, and who 69 2, 4 | seeing Your goodness, and so might participate in the 70 2, 4 | means of reconciliation, so that after the great rebellion 71 2, 4 | come a great peace; and so You gave him the only-begotten 72 2, 5 | and misery, and has been so cruel to himself and his 73 2, 5 | possession of eternal life -- so I, with My dignity, joined 74 2, 5 | death of the Cross, and so He satisfied My justice 75 2, 5 | it pleases her will; and so great is this liberty that 76 2, 5 | liberty that man has, and so strong has this liberty 77 2, 5 | received from Me! A benefit so great, that the poor wretched 78 2, 6 | with many injuries, taking so little account of the graces 79 2, 6 | attention to their own sins, and so become My enemies, though 80 2, 6 | the salvation of souls, so that, constrained by their 81 2, 7 | arrive at Eternal Life. And so, wishing to remedy your 82 2, 8 | who follow Me in truth, so that you may grieve over 83 2, 8 | nature, the Eternal Deity, so that it might be sufficient 84 2, 8 | for the whole human race, so that human nature should 85 2, 8 | So the height of the Divinity, 86 2, 10 | with love, seeing herself so much loved. Having passed 87 2, 10 | third she tastes peace. So the Bridge has three steps, 88 2, 10 | which is lifted on high, so that the water, running 89 2, 10 | Sorrowful Crucified One; so My Truth said well, 'If 90 2, 11 | Bridge is built of stones, so that, if the rain come, 91 2, 11 | cementing them with His Blood, so that every believer may 92 2, 11 | With the key of His Blood; so you see that the Bridge 93 2, 11 | gives to drink of the Blood, so that My creatures, journeying 94 2, 11 | to Me if not by Him,' and so indeed it is. Therefore 95 2, 11 | that He is the Truth, and so He is, because He is united 96 2, 11 | receive eternal damnation. So then you see, that I have 97 2, 12 | fool indeed, who despises so great a good, and chooses 98 2, 13 | wisdom gives him light, so that, in this road, he may 99 2, 13 | and made Me your Bridge, so that you might be saved 100 2, 14 | Yourself to him in food, so that we, weak ones, should 101 2, 15 | mercy perfect and infinite, so that there can be no comparison 102 2, 15 | I have shown you above, so that you might know better 103 2, 15 | moved and lifted by others, so those, who are drowned in 104 2, 15 | their own sensuality, and so their will is dead to My 105 2, 15 | her own power, but only so far as she is helped by 106 2, 15 | would know herself, and so would remain in My love: 107 2, 16 | the intellect from man, so much as does this one. This 108 2, 16 | occupy their heart. Not so does the ignorant and false 109 2, 17 | her the slave of riches, so that she cares not to observe 110 2, 17 | will these wicked ones in so wretched a state give of 111 2, 17 | Sometimes even do they become so brutish, that they do not 112 2, 17 | call her (the soul) because so I made her, living in her 113 2, 17 | Blood that was shed with so great Fire of Love." ~ 114 2, 18 | of their own sensuality. So that they commit injustice 115 2, 18 | self-love, blinded themselves so that they did not recognize 116 2, 18 | the light of reason, and so they did not pay their debt 117 2, 19 | He destroyed every vice, so that no one could say that 118 2, 20 | shown them by an angel, so that they cannot say, 'the 119 2, 20 | and cannot become weak. So that I can and will succor 120 2, 20 | is a running stream, and so has brought you with himself 121 2, 21 | sin has brought her into so great evil. But if the soul 122 2, 21 | false judgment, and not so much of general injustice 123 2, 21 | was his betrayal of Him. So that they are reproved of 124 2, 21 | they expect for their sin; so you see that they are guilty 125 2, 21 | through their own sensuality, so that, together, they are 126 2, 22 | that follow upon these. So I say to you, that in Hell, 127 2, 22 | displeasure of themselves, so does the sight of the Devil 128 2, 22 | themselves worthy of him. And so the worm of Conscience gnaws 129 2, 22 | in his own form, which is so horrible that the heart 130 2, 22 | burn them with torments, so that it torments them, without 131 2, 22 | own pain, have they thus so miserably received Eternal 132 2, 23 | told you of two, and now, so that you may see how greatly 133 2, 23 | that, as the sun which is so bright, appears all darkness 134 2, 23 | the eye which is infirm), so will the condemned ones 135 2, 24 | And their hatred is so great that they cannot will 136 2, 24 | they have, the time to do so. If they finish their life, 137 2, 24 | miseries in which he had lived, so that he was the cause of 138 2, 25 | themselves alone, for it is not so, but it is shared by all 139 2, 25 | that I will relate to you. So you see that in those bonds 140 2, 25 | eternally. They are conformed so entirely to My will, that 141 2, 25 | more. And their will is so united with Mine, that a 142 2, 25 | soul, for, if this were so, it would follow that, until 143 2, 25 | perfection is lacking to them. So it is not the body that 144 2, 25 | stayed and established in Me, so the body in that union becomes 145 2, 25 | My only-begotten Son. Why so? Because their life finished 146 2, 25 | towards their neighbor. So you see then, that the transformation 147 2, 26 | dignity of the Righteous, so that you may the better 148 2, 26 | and darkness near light, so the sight of the Blessed 149 2, 26 | pain to themselves. And so will it be, because when 150 2, 26 | represented the face of the man, so in the body is represented 151 2, 26 | darkened ones, on seeing so great a dignity (of which 152 2, 26 | in company with pride. So that body and soul together 153 2, 27 | allowed him to be tempted, so as to arrive at virtue, 154 2, 27 | fortified by My goodness, so that it does not yield to 155 2, 27 | that they were forced to do so, for as I told you they 156 2, 27 | Supreme and Eternal Good. And so they taste eternal life 157 2, 27 | with hatred, as I told you. So that neither the one nor 158 2, 27 | various delights, colored so as to have the appearance 159 2, 27 | the beginning nor the end, so that you did not see that 160 2, 27 | I gave you the Bridge, so that you might not be drowned. ~ 161 2, 28 | whom they do not. And as, so far, I have shown you the 162 2, 28 | the satisfaction of it. So you see that My servants 163 2, 28 | they desired to have, and so are they satisfied. Wherefore 164 2, 28 | eye to see) with a cloth. So the pupil of the intellect 165 2, 28 | and deserving of pain, and so they proceed with cheerfulness 166 2, 29 | what method should be used so as to come entirely out 167 2, 30 | care and gratitude, and so one power spurs on another, 168 2, 30 | as I will tell you below. So, on the contrary, if the 169 2, 30 | presents to it. This love so dazzles the eye of the intellect 170 2, 30 | these powers of the soul is so great that I cannot be offended 171 2, 30 | appointed to be the servant, so that, with the instrument 172 2, 32 | with Him, and He with Me. So that you are invited to 173 2, 33 | because I am He that is. So that he who is solitary, 174 2, 33 | nor three without two, and so it is. You know that the 175 2, 33 | vision of your intellect, so that, in Him, you behold 176 2, 33 | still hold them, he does so according to My will -- 177 2, 33 | touched, resounds, but not so when it is full. So memory, 178 2, 33 | not so when it is full. So memory, being filled with 179 2, 35 | Me, who am Supreme Good. So that the imperfect law was 180 2, 36 | servile fear, and have climbed so far being imperfectly gathered 181 2, 36 | which I bear to the soul, so that she may climb with 182 2, 36 | servile fear. And doing so, such souls will become 183 2, 36 | they will succeed in doing so. But there are many who 184 2, 36 | begin their course climbing so slowly, and render their 185 2, 37 | perplexities. This I do so that, coming to perfect 186 2, 37 | trouble came, he failed, and so disgraceful was his fall, 187 2, 37 | with which they love Me, so that, if they love Me, as 188 2, 37 | true, that a servant may so advance by the virtuous 189 2, 37 | a very dear friend, and so do some of these of whom 190 2, 37 | reasoning with themselves, so as to quell the motions 191 2, 37 | holy faith, they will be so pleasing to Me, that they 192 2, 39 | one thing together. And so it is that I manifest Myself 193 2, 39 | nature with your humanity, so that you might see Me through 194 2, 40 | were imperfect and remained so, until after the forty days, 195 2, 40 | preached Christ crucified. So also the soul, who wishes 196 2, 40 | will return to you;' and so it was, for, when the Holy 197 2, 40 | her in the light of faith, so that she come to prudence. 198 2, 40 | Once more do I leave her, so that she may see and know 199 2, 40 | see and know her defects, so that, feeling herself deprived 200 2, 41 | perfection is acquired from Me, so is it manifested by means 201 2, 41 | it always remains full. So the love of the neighbor, 202 2, 41 | have for Me you owe to Me, so that it is not of grace 203 2, 41 | because you ought to do so. While I love you of grace, 204 2, 41 | that his neighborly love is so weak, and because the root 205 2, 41 | permit such a love to exist, so that the soul may in this 206 3, 1 | shut herself in? She does so from fear, knowing her own 207 3, 2 | and afterwards perfect, so also is it with her prayer. 208 3, 2 | while she is yet imperfect, so as not to fall into idleness. 209 3, 2 | And this she should do, so that self- knowledge and 210 3, 2 | particular, but in general, so that the mind may not be 211 3, 2 | displeasure of sin, and so she would arrive at eternal 212 3, 2 | myself in His Blood and so shall my iniquities be consumed, 213 3, 2 | womb. And I have committed so many sins, and have hardly 214 3, 2 | into Hell you persecute me, so that I will return to you 215 3, 2 | Sometimes the soul will be so ignorant that, having resolved 216 3, 2 | having resolved to say so many prayers vocally, and 217 3, 2 | begun. She should not do so, for, in so doing, she yields 218 3, 2 | should not do so, for, in so doing, she yields to a deception 219 3, 2 | raised by desire, they should so arrange as to say it before 220 3, 2 | or after My visitation, so that the debt of rendering 221 3, 2 | And so, with exercise in perseverance, 222 3, 2 | contemplative life is one, so are they. Although vocal 223 3, 2 | and filial love she does so. Unless the soul keep to 224 3, 4 | glory and praise of My Name. So the soul, who has awaited 225 3, 4 | her own consolations, and so issues forth to give birth 226 3, 5 | fire of divine Charity, and so, if you remember well, My 227 3, 5 | showing it to you open, so that you might see how much 228 3, 5 | sin unless he wish to do so; but, falling, as he will, 229 3, 5 | confess, I wish you to do so, and if you are able to, 230 3, 5 | speaking. But let no one be so mad as so to arrange his 231 3, 5 | let no one be so mad as so to arrange his deeds, that, 232 3, 5 | he may not be able to do so. In which case, it is not 233 3, 5 | pain, which I suffered with so much fire and love. And 234 3, 6 | And so perfect is her vision that 235 3, 6 | and praise of My Name, not so much in the angelic nature 236 3, 6 | My Name, not that they do so in the way they should, 237 3, 6 | enjoy the goods of heaven. So that in worldly men My mercy 238 3, 6 | So that, whether they will 239 3, 7 | the pains of Purgatory. So you see that My Truth is 240 3, 8 | bound and made stable, so that in nothing can it suffer 241 3, 8 | in their death, but not so the affection of love. ~ 242 3, 10 | mortals, and seeing them so miserably offending Me. 243 3, 10 | the salvation of souls. So that in nothing are they 244 3, 11 | light, but a supernatural, so that, though in darkness, 245 3, 11 | not despise dispositions. So you see that the eye of 246 3, 11 | oftentimes she arrives at so great a union that she scarcely 247 3, 11 | she perfectly have done so. Therefore do they taste 248 3, 13 | their love is imperfect, so also is their weeping, as 249 3, 14 | that will satisfy the heart so much as the eye. If the 250 3, 14 | second stage of the soul. And so she proceeds, with love, 251 3, 14 | conform her will to Mine and so to feel joy and compassion. 252 3, 14 | satisfy her heart-pangs, and so sheds tears. This is the 253 3, 14 | rendered Me by My servants, so that the third kind of grief 254 3, 14 | neighbor ineffably, and so, herself, loves the object 255 3, 14 | such things, not indeed in so far as they are given her 256 3, 14 | given her by My love, but in so far as she desires them 257 3, 14 | light, My grace permitting, so that she may ever grow in 258 3, 14 | virtue. For the soul is never so perfect in this life that 259 3, 15 | because the wood is green, so does the heart, made green 260 3, 15 | which dries up the soul, so that fiery desire and tears 261 3, 15 | account abandon desire, so as to no longer yearn for 262 3, 15 | losing that which she has so long desired; but, in this 263 3, 16 | proportion to the love it feels. So worldly men weep when their 264 3, 16 | this tree were putrid, and so in truth they are. Its flowers 265 3, 16 | towards their neighbor. So if a man be a thief, he 266 3, 17 | demonstrated to me the truth, so that, by the light thereof, 267 3, 17 | perfection? I pray You, so that I may not be deceived 268 3, 17 | self-love; for if it were so, I would humbly confine 269 3, 17 | which I beg You to tell me, so that I may serve You and 270 3, 17 | keeps the soul far from You, so I do not wish to fall into 271 3, 18 | spite of My having done so, in order that your creeping 272 3, 18 | substance of the earth, so that, seeing in what her 273 3, 18 | true and perfect humility. So that this law does not constrain 274 3, 19 | state do, and, by doing so, arrive at the third state. 275 3, 20 | themselves worthy of trouble, so also do they deem themselves 276 3, 20 | ingratitude or ignorance of so great a benefit, or because 277 3, 20 | the hands of the Devil, so that you might be free, 278 3, 20 | doctrine, and His rule, so that you might open the 279 3, 20 | words and many deeds, and so ought you to do. Their principal 280 3, 20 | to slay their own will, so that it may not seek or 281 3, 20 | And, since their love is so ordered, these souls, my 282 3, 20 | a great desire of doing so. You know what was replied 283 3, 20 | mind, but also in your ear. So much so, that, if you remember 284 3, 20 | also in your ear. So much so, that, if you remember truly, 285 3, 20 | freed from stumbling-blocks, so that your mind may not be 286 3, 20 | that he who acts thus does so as the instrument of My 287 3, 20 | nothing else but your good; so that everything which I 288 3, 20 | to happen to you, I give so that you may arrive at the 289 3, 21 | and always remains hungry. So this earnest-money is a 290 3, 22 | deceitfulness of personal feeling, so that I, and others in this 291 3, 22 | hand of the infernal Devil, so that at last they may arrive 292 3, 22 | I will gladly hear it, so as to have material for 293 3, 24 | Deity with human nature; so that in this you have greater 294 3, 24 | sake of your salvation, so that, through them, the 295 3, 24 | light cannot be separated, so perfect is their union; 296 3, 24 | So this Word, My Son, with 297 3, 24 | receive the light of grace, so that they may administer 298 3, 24 | body of the holy Church, so that you may have life, 299 3, 24 | or from any other cause. So that you receive the whole 300 3, 24 | your soul created by Me, so fitted for love, that, without 301 3, 24 | past you can no longer do so. So that you can increase 302 3, 24 | you can no longer do so. So that you can increase in 303 3, 24 | nothing remains but smoke; so this soul has cast the water 304 3, 24 | disposed as she should be for so great a mystery, does not 305 3, 24 | impeded her proper disposition so that she could not receive 306 3, 24 | shining on anything foul, so the sweet Light of this 307 3, 25 | the savor of the bread, so that the grosser bodily 308 3, 25 | beginning of your life; and not so much at first through the 309 3, 25 | although the light being so great your bodily eyes lost 310 3, 26 | leaves behind its imprint, so the virtue of this Sacrament 311 3, 26 | pilgrims and travelers, so that you may have refreshment, 312 3, 26 | love, because I love you so much, and, being the Supreme 313 3, 27 | have called My ministers, so that your grief at their 314 3, 27 | Sacrifice is made, even so do I require the purity 315 3, 27 | Sacraments of the holy Church. So that, in being cruel to 316 3, 28 | have one power of his soul so ordered as to receive Me, 317 3, 28 | the privation of charity. So you see that they are the 318 3, 28 | deprived of correction, and so were not guilty of sin), 319 3, 28 | having first burnt the wound. So, were the prelate, or any 320 3, 28 | mortal sin. But they act not so today, but, in cases of 321 3, 28 | if there be any now) act so. And they are truly suns, 322 3, 28 | holy and good inspirations, so were these ministers angels, 323 3, 28 | and with example of life. So you see that they are angels, 324 3, 28 | Church, to be your guardians, so that you blind ones may 325 3, 28 | small knowledge, they spend so much miserable solicitude 326 3, 28 | through their love hoped so greatly in Me that they 327 3, 28 | perseverance even until death. So you see that because they 328 3, 28 | souls, having placed them in so much excellency they never 329 3, 28 | with those who were infirm, so that they might not be overcome 330 3, 28 | small insignificant. And so with love they knew how 331 3, 28 | perfectly cured, the ointment so made, being received in 332 3, 30 | more detail on this point (so that you may have greater 333 3, 30 | will he struck his enemies; so that at the point of death 334 3, 30 | the memory of that Blood, so in death he is inebriated 335 3, 30 | before she actually does so, in the way which I have 336 3, 30 | receives who sees herself so sweetly arrived at this 337 3, 30 | Scripture they know them, so that they do not cause them 338 3, 30 | darkness or disquietude. So thus they gloriously pass, 339 3, 31 | Not so excellent, dearest daughter, 340 3, 31 | face, which you know is so horrible that the creature 341 3, 31 | this world than see it; and so greatly does he freshen 342 3, 31 | And I tell you that so great is that shame and 343 3, 31 | presumption taken away, so that he offends no more, 344 3, 31 | do not grant them this, so that they should offend 345 3, 31 | I keep them in this hope so that at the last moment 346 3, 31 | may lay hold of, and by so doing not faint away with 347 3, 31 | because despair displeases Me so much that I wish them to 348 3, 31 | arrive at death, they are not so inclined to abandon it, 349 3, 31 | receive, as if they had not so nourished themselves. ~ 350 3, 31 | known it in truth, but in so far as they have turned 351 3, 31 | to bring you to despair, so that at the moment of death 352 3, 31 | they try to confuse you, so that afterwards when you 353 3, 31 | since you have not done so you are reproved, and for 354 3, 31 | when they are separated. So it happens to these wretches, 355 3, 31 | give him this knowledge so that he may despair, but 356 3, 31 | that he may despair, but so that he may come to a perfect 357 3, 31 | for his sins, with hope, so that with that pain and 358 3, 31 | to you in another place. So that the one, that is to 359 3, 31 | part of what happens, and so small is what I have shown 360 3, 31 | So these wretches will be punished 361 3, 31 | ought on that account to do so, or that their sins are 362 3, 32 | have shown and show with so much burning love in particular 363 3, 32 | by all sorts of people, so that I might shed a river 364 3, 32 | of the blood of Your Son, so that the infernal devils 365 3, 32 | will be Yours in saving so many creatures, than in 366 4, 1 | Word, My only-begotten Son. So prompt in Him was this virtue, 367 4, 1 | find that this is indeed so, when I speak to you further 368 4, 1 | since I saw that man whom I so much loved, did not return 369 4, 1 | sister to obedience, and so closely united them together 370 4, 1 | obedience and humility, so I tell you that disobedience 371 4, 1 | darkness of infidelity, so she hastens along the way 372 4, 2 | and the commandments are so bound up together, that 373 4, 2 | and delights, and to obey. So that each man has in his 374 4, 2 | the anvil of His own body. So perfectly did He repair 375 4, 2 | himself of worldly riches. And so in all things which would 376 4, 2 | forcing yourself to endure, so as not to transgress the 377 4, 2 | by your long endurance, so long that it reaches from 378 4, 2 | creatures. Yet your kingdom is so great that no one can rule 379 4, 3 | very hard for them to do so, on account of their long 380 4, 3 | What has placed them in so blessed a state? The blood 381 4, 3 | obedience has lost its rust, so that, by the virtue of the 382 4, 3 | obedience in the fire of love, so that you may taste eternal 383 4, 4 | towards obedience burns so high (which fire of love 384 4, 4 | without hatred of self-love, so that when the fire increases 385 4, 4 | when the fire increases so does this self-hatred), 386 4, 4 | the greatest perfection, so that they become observers 387 4, 4 | submitting their will to his, so as more expeditiously to 388 4, 4 | two kinds of obedience are so closely united together 389 4, 5 | Me with due perfection. So she wanders, seeking by 390 4, 5 | ship. The ship herself is so delightful that your tongue 391 4, 5 | with much imperfection, so that, as I have said, the 392 4, 5 | obedience. This ship is rich, so that there is no need for 393 4, 5 | riches of these holy rules, so thoughtfully and luminously 394 4, 5 | nailed to the cross by love, so that by a singular grace 395 4, 5 | in the love of his soul, so he prepared the way. ~ 396 4, 5 | they all remain in charity, so with the principal foundation 397 4, 5 | chose poverty for them, so that they might not have 398 4, 5 | either in thought or deed; so that he has rigged his ship 399 4, 5 | another St. Paul, their eyes so illuminated that the darkness 400 4, 5 | and the heretics hated him so that at last they took his 401 4, 5 | the furnace of My charity, so that he never slackened 402 4, 6 | virtue of the obedient, so that a man may better know 403 4, 6 | humility, but proudly do so, because they must, which 404 4, 6 | Charity, should be offended; so he drives out the enemy 405 4, 6 | observances of his order, so that this sweet spouse enters 406 4, 6 | order than by him doing so alone. Wherefore he endeavors 407 4, 6 | some corporal exercises, so that by these means he may 408 4, 6 | he delights therein, and so as to have no reason to 409 4, 6 | temporal substance, observing so perfectly the vow of poverty 410 4, 6 | inflicted on him by his father, so this child of the spirit 411 4, 7 | recommencing from the first. So charity is the most perfect 412 4, 7 | perfect of all the virtues, so perfect that no higher virtue 413 4, 7 | which they had hoped, and so with all the other virtues, 414 4, 8 | of a religious order with so much pain to himself and 415 4, 8 | to ruin, and falls into so many miseries, that his 416 4, 8 | who removed pain from it, so that he walks by the road 417 4, 8 | which are his words, are so corrupt that they would 418 4, 8 | preach My doctrine, he does so in polished terms, not simply, 419 4, 8 | observe their vow of poverty, so that they have nothing to 420 4, 8 | but with a bestial love. So great are the evils which 421 4, 8 | fall on the disobedient; so many are the fruits of sorrow 422 4, 9 | many whose obedience is so prompt, and has become, 423 4, 9 | has become, as it were, so incarnate in them, that 424 4, 9 | This glorious virtue is so pleasing to Me, that to 425 4, 9 | to no other have I given so many miraculous signs and 426 4, 9 | command of his superior, and so walked upon the water as 427 4, 9 | had been on dry land, and so saved the disciple. In everything, 428 4, 9 | Me, His Eternal Father, so she becomes inebriated with 429 4, 9 | sea alone contains itself. So I, the Sea Pacific, am He 430 4, 10 | as a universal key, and so it is. I have also spoken 431 4, 10 | the infection of death, so all of you who will take 432 4, 10 | along this way of truth, so as not to be taken prisoner 433 4, 11 | with the light of faith, so that I may know and understand 434 4, 11 | charity, and may that fire so work in me that I give my 435 4, 11 | spring of living water, so my soul desires to leave 436 4, 11 | light You do illuminate me so that I may know all Your 437 4, 11 | clarifying the light of faith so abundantly and so perfectly, 438 4, 11 | faith so abundantly and so perfectly, that I see that 439 4, 11 | manifests sweet secrets, so that where the light of 440 4, 11 | path of supreme perfection, so that I may no longer serve 441 4, 11 | me with a ray of grace, so that in that light I may 442 Lette, 0| orphaned by the death of so great a mother. I received 443 Lette, 0| Circumcision, began to feel so great a change both in soul 444 Lette, 0| her sustenance becoming so loathsome to her, that it 445 Lette, 0| take any, and, when she did so, she swallowed nothing of 446 Lette, 0| and tedious thirst, and so great an inflammation of 447 Lette, 0| time of her prayer, she had so violent a stroke that from 448 Lette, 0| she had another stroke so terrific, that we all mourned 449 Lette, 0| know that her prayers were so fervent that one hour spent 450 Lette, 0| place herself in prayer, so remaining until vespers, 451 Lette, 0| finally returning to the house so worn out that she seemed 452 Lette, 0| truth, it evidently was so; for, if I were to attempt 453 Lette, 0| by the thinnest skin, and so feeble was she from the 454 Lette, 0| the pains due to them, and so it was done. After which 455 Lette, 0| that I have offended You so miserably with my negligence, 456 Lette, 0| of souls, assigning to me so many beloved sons, that 457 Lette, 0| for the Blood of Christ. So I did what she asked, and 458 Lette, 0| was oppressed, which was so great that she could hardly 459 Lette, 0| her life for which she had so longed, saying: "You, oh 460 Lette, 0| perceptible, her body remaining so pure, intact, and fragrant,


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