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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| distinctions as to level them all in relation to itself. 2 Intro, 0| very different today; for them, as for other Christians, 3 Intro, 0| suffering wherever she finds them, in the condemned cell or 4 Intro, 0| spirit in which he pursued them excludes him from that Pantheon 5 Intro, 0| with much serving. We honor them, and rightly; but if they 6 Intro, 0| hearts do not run to meet them, as they fly to the embrace 7 Intro, 0| experienced and triumphed over them. Terrible, again, is the 8 1, 2 | Your kindness, to punish them in my person." ~ 9 1, 4 | to Me, and I will give to them according to the disposition 10 1, 4 | their despair as to condemn them through contempt of the 11 1, 4 | sweetness, has restored them. ~ 12 1, 4 | fruit which I destine for them, constrained by the prayers 13 1, 4 | servants, is that I give them light, and that I wake up 14 1, 4 | light, and that I wake up in them the hound of conscience, 15 1, 4 | of conscience, and make them smell the odor of virtue, 16 1, 4 | allow the world to show them what it is, so that, feeling 17 1, 4 | Eternal Life. And so I draw them by these, and by many other 18 1, 4 | through love alone, to lead them back to grace, so that My 19 1, 4 | truth may be fulfilled in them. I am constrained to do 20 1, 4 | Mine, by which I created them, and by the love, desire, 21 1, 4 | prayers; rather I accept them, inasmuch as I am He who 22 1, 4 | inasmuch as I am He who give them this love for the good of 23 1, 4 | satisfaction for the penalty due to them, but, only for their guilt, 24 1, 4 | desires of those who offer them to Me, for their sakes, 25 1, 4 | of My servants done for them, that which was given them, 26 1, 4 | them, that which was given them, through mercy, turns to 27 1, 5 | circumstance I may send them to her. Patience cannot 28 1, 7 | but, although I have given them in such a different way, 29 1, 7 | have one, without having them all, because all the virtues 30 1, 7 | indifferently, and I have not placed them all in one soul, in order 31 1, 7 | My ministers, and placed them in diverse stations and 32 2, 3 | profitable that the creature omit them, and even that she be made 33 2, 3 | Wherefore, when the soul omits them through necessity, being 34 2, 3 | she continued then to do them, she not only would receive 35 2, 3 | ought, therefore, to adopt them as a means, and not as an 36 2, 3 | an end. For, if she takes them as an end she will be obliged, 37 2, 3 | time or other, to leave them, and will then remain empty. 38 2, 3 | said that I wished few of them, showing you that every 39 2, 3 | and therefore I called them of little account; but they 40 2, 3 | increase her virtues and prove them, which virtues have been 41 2, 4 | many creatures, and give to them the light of knowledge, 42 2, 4 | until I see that you grant them mercy. For what is it to 43 2, 5 | when you were generated by them. But this mark is removed 44 2, 6 | graces which I have given them, and continue to give them, 45 2, 6 | them, and continue to give them, that, not only do they 46 2, 6 | though I have reconciled them, by means of the Blood of 47 2, 6 | My divine love, and, with them, wash the face of My spouse. ~ 48 2, 7 | for which I had created them, and My truth was not fulfilled. 49 2, 10 | creature has not been made for them, but for Me, in order to 50 2, 11 | rain of Justice did not let them pass; but, after the stones 51 2, 11 | of the virtues, planting them as living stones, and cementing 52 2, 11 | living stones, and cementing them with His Blood, so that 53 2, 11 | together again, and cemented them with His Blood. Wherefore, 54 2, 11 | love, on creatures, loving them, and being kept by them 55 2, 11 | them, and being kept by them far from Me, the soul drowns, 56 2, 11 | by which he has to leave them, or through my disposition, 57 2, 13 | the virtuous, and reward them for their labors, both in 58 2, 14 | in order that I may do them mercy.' Oh, Mercy, who proceeds 59 2, 14 | Mercy and Your Truth in them? Because Your goodness promises 60 2, 14 | goodness promises a reward to them that serve You in truth, 61 2, 14 | Your servants, and give them the fruit of their labors. 62 2, 15 | slaves of sin. I have made them trees of love with the life 63 2, 16 | but because nature gave them the light to know that this 64 2, 16 | order that the thought of them should not occupy their 65 2, 17 | and relations, and cause them to fall with them into great 66 2, 17 | cause them to fall with them into great misery. And, 67 2, 17 | nevertheless, in My mercy I sustain them, I do not command the earth 68 2, 17 | command the earth to swallow them up, that they may repent 69 2, 18 | Eternal Truth, who was amongst them, as said My Truth: 'The 70 2, 19 | good things seem evil to them, and bad things, that is 71 2, 19 | disorderly living, seem good to them. Oh, how blind is the human 72 2, 20 | who are descended from them, following the truth which 73 2, 20 | the truth is revealed to them showing them vice and virtue. 74 2, 20 | revealed to them showing them vice and virtue. And I have 75 2, 20 | virtue. And I have made them see the fruit of virtue, 76 2, 20 | hurtfulness of vice, to give them love and holy fear with 77 2, 20 | truth has not been shown them by an angel, so that they 78 2, 20 | Truth has been given to them with your mortal flesh. ~ 79 2, 20 | are constantly given to them. Wherefore, if they do not 80 2, 20 | when My Justice will cry to them, 'Rise, you dead, and come 81 2, 21 | eternally tortured with them. And they are reproved of 82 2, 21 | mercy, I with justice send them, with their cruel servant, 83 2, 22 | Me, which is such pain to them, that, were it possible, 84 2, 22 | This first pain revives in them, then, the second, the worm 85 2, 22 | third pain and redoubles to them their every toil. As the 86 2, 22 | sight is more painful to them, because they see him in 87 2, 22 | permitted the fire to burn them with torments, so that it 88 2, 22 | torments, so that it torments them, without consuming them, 89 2, 22 | them, without consuming them, with the greatest pains 90 2, 24 | were in the world, to tell them of his pains. This, certainly, 91 2, 24 | eldest, and had nourished them up in the same miseries 92 2, 25 | to Me, is it measured to them. Because they have lived 93 2, 25 | spirits, seeing and tasting in them the beauty and the sweetness 94 2, 25 | a way that, time failing them, and, dying in a state of 95 2, 25 | even are contented to see them punished as My enemies. 96 2, 25 | desire does not afflict them, as they do not actually 97 2, 25 | desire does not afflict them, because, though they have 98 2, 25 | bliss is thereby lacking to them. Wherefore they feel not 99 2, 25 | perfection is lacking to them. So it is not the body that 100 2, 25 | because no bliss is lacking to them, the soul being satisfied 101 2, 25 | this delight endure for them eternally. Not that they 102 2, 25 | which they have brought with them, that is, they cannot do 103 2, 25 | My Son will not seem to them terrible, or full of hatred, 104 2, 26 | the righteous, which is to them an increase of pain, as, 105 2, 26 | terrible voice shall say to them, 'Arise, you dead, and come 106 2, 26 | blessed ones will reproach them greatly, and make them ashamed, 107 2, 26 | reproach them greatly, and make them ashamed, and the worm of 108 2, 26 | Blood that was shed for them, and by the works of mercy, 109 2, 26 | temporal, which I did for them by means of My Son, and 110 2, 26 | glorified body, rewarding them for the toils they bore 111 2, 26 | of the Lie, which leads them to the water of death. And 112 2, 26 | this that the Devil calls them, and they are as blind and 113 2, 26 | Devil says, as it were, to them: 'Whosoever thirsts for 114 2, 27 | creatures strong, and have given them strength of will, fortified 115 2, 27 | feeble, when I have made them strong, and in putting themselves 116 2, 27 | their hate, surges up to them in the extremity of death, 117 2, 27 | which I have prepared for them, and embrace it with the 118 2, 27 | those perfect ones, but, in them, it is imperfect, for, because 119 2, 27 | fly pains, they fall into them; and of the vision of a 120 2, 27 | which he has, and, blinding them with the pleasures and conditions 121 2, 27 | of the world, he catches them with the hook of pleasure, 122 2, 27 | other way could he catch them, for they would not allow 123 2, 27 | therefore, the Devil, seeing them blinded by self-love, iniquitously 124 2, 27 | iniquitously places before them diverse and various delights, 125 2, 27 | troubles, they fall into them. For, because it seems to 126 2, 27 | For, because it seems to them that following Me, that 127 2, 27 | come to Me. I have shown them the Truth, making Myself 128 2, 27 | making Myself visible to them, and I have shown them what 129 2, 27 | to them, and I have shown them what it is to love anything 130 2, 28 | thorns, which do not hurt them, their feet being shod with 131 2, 28 | allow the Devil to trouble them, permitting temptations 132 2, 28 | permitting temptations to prove them in virtue, as I told you 133 2, 28 | produced after sin) come upon them, they endure them all with 134 2, 28 | come upon them, they endure them all with the light of reason 135 2, 28 | because I wish to punish them in this life, and in this 136 2, 28 | their heart is drawn out of them and united to Me by the 137 2, 29 | and proving of virtue in them. And, notwithstanding all 138 2, 29 | notwithstanding all this, she saw them, through self-love and disordinate 139 2, 30 | the intellect to perceive them and the affection to love 140 2, 30 | and the affection to love them; for had worldly things 141 2, 30 | intellect is deluded by them, and the affection of the 142 2, 30 | will is deluded into loving them, and the memory into retaining 143 2, 30 | retaining remembrance of them. The unity of these powers 144 2, 30 | grace, rest in the midst of them; and this is what My truth, 145 2, 30 | there am I in the midst of them.' And this is the truth. 146 2, 33 | will be in the midst of them.' I said to you that two 147 2, 33 | Name, I am in the midst of them by grace, and a man, who 148 2, 33 | or, if he will still hold them, he does so according to 149 2, 35 | pierce the soul who loves them disordinately." ~ 150 2, 37 | occasion, in order to exercise them in virtue and raise them 151 2, 37 | them in virtue and raise them above their imperfection, 152 2, 37 | My consolation and allow them to fall into battles and 153 2, 37 | for which purpose I treat them thus, without drawing from 154 2, 37 | thus, without drawing from them consolation indeed, but 155 2, 37 | creatures, I give and promise to them for their sanctification, 156 2, 37 | end for which I created them. My creatures should see 157 2, 37 | Truth, how, in order to give them eternal life, I created 158 2, 37 | eternal life, I created them in My image and likeness 159 2, 37 | likeness and re-created them to grace with the Blood 160 2, 37 | Blood of My Son, making them sons of adoption. But, since 161 2, 37 | consolation withdrawn from them: this happens because their 162 2, 37 | love, because I respond to them with the same love, with 163 2, 37 | servant does his master, I pay them their wages according to 164 2, 37 | do not reveal Myself to them, because secrets are revealed 165 2, 37 | do not manifest Myself to them. If they, through displeasure 166 2, 37 | will manifest Myself to them, as My Truth said in these 167 2, 37 | can be no secret between them, wherefore My Truth said: ' 168 2, 38 | God. It is manifested to them by the many and diverse 169 2, 38 | spirit of prophecy, showing them the things of the future. 170 2, 40 | which My Truth had promised them. They remained barred in 171 2, 41 | fellows, that you may do to them that which you cannot do 172 2, 41 | evil thoughts, replacing them with the stones of virtues, 173 3, 2 | tongues of creatures, causing them to chatter nonsensically, 174 3, 2 | prayers without joining them to mental prayer, that is 175 3, 2 | have hardly begun to know them with grief and true contrition, 176 3, 2 | has not time to complete them, she ought not on that account 177 3, 4 | the world, to announce to them the truth, for the glory 178 3, 5 | of your intellect and see them running by the Bridge of 179 3, 5 | were finite, the fruit of them which you receive in Baptism, 180 3, 6 | that My mercy shines in them, in that, in the abundance 181 3, 6 | abundance of My charity, I give them time, and do not order the 182 3, 6 | earth to open and swallow them up on account of their sins. 183 3, 6 | their sins. I even wait for them, and command the earth to 184 3, 6 | command the earth to give them of her fruits, the sun to 185 3, 6 | fruits, the sun to give them light and warmth, and the 186 3, 6 | and the sky to move above them. And in all things created 187 3, 6 | things created and made for them, I use My charity and mercy, 188 3, 6 | servants; for they prove in them the virtues of patience 189 3, 6 | patience and charity, causing them to suffer humbly and offer 190 3, 6 | and injuries, thus turning them into My praise and glory. ~ 191 3, 7 | their End. They augment in them the virtues in diverse ways, 192 3, 7 | diverse ways, exercising them with many temptations and 193 3, 7 | temptations and vexations, causing them to injure one another and 194 3, 7 | for the motive of making them receive injury or be deprived 195 3, 7 | property, but only to deprive them of charity. But in thinking 196 3, 7 | My servants, they fortify them, proving in them the virtues 197 3, 7 | fortify them, proving in them the virtues of patience, 198 3, 7 | My Truth is fulfilled in them, which Truth created them 199 3, 7 | them, which Truth created them for the praise and glory 200 3, 7 | Eternal Truth, have placed them as instruments to exercise 201 3, 7 | My Truth is fulfilled in them, that is, that they render 202 3, 10 | conversation of mortals, and seeing them so miserably offending Me. 203 3, 10 | their life insupportable to them. Nevertheless, as their 204 3, 10 | contented to remain, if I desire them to remain, with their pain, 205 3, 10 | many tribulations is to them a relief in the desire which 206 3, 10 | mitigates the pain caused them by their desire to quit 207 3, 10 | Me; but when I permit to them many tribulations they rejoice, 208 3, 10 | Wherefore were it possible for them to have virtue without toil 209 3, 11 | of the Scriptures, but of them who heard them, and did 210 3, 11 | Scriptures, but of them who heard them, and did not understand 211 3, 11 | and did not understand them. Wherefore I sent this light 212 3, 11 | sacrifices, ravishing away from them their darkness, give the 213 3, 11 | Holy Spirit, which gave them that supernatural light. 214 3, 11 | obedience of the Word, showing them the perfection of obedience, 215 3, 11 | if My Truth would say to them -- The Law is now imperfect, 216 3, 11 | much in it that appears to them gross and idiotic. And, 217 3, 11 | offer the light that is in them, with hunger and desire 218 3, 14 | having manfully received them all, not choosing them according 219 3, 14 | received them all, not choosing them according to her own tastes, 220 3, 14 | own tastes, but accepting them according to Mine, and not 221 3, 14 | only, as I said, enduring them with patience, but sustaining 222 3, 14 | patience, but sustaining them with joy, she counts it 223 3, 14 | you should therefore love them with the same pure love 224 3, 14 | in so far as she desires them by reason of her appetite 225 3, 15 | become infinite, but I call them infinite, on account of 226 3, 15 | how the heart distributes them to the eye, having gathered 227 3, 15 | the eye, having gathered them in its own fiery desire. 228 3, 15 | different sorrows may cause them. I have now told you the 229 3, 16 | falsehood; that which I give them for life, to have been given 230 3, 16 | life, to have been given them for death. They condemn 231 3, 16 | judgment may suggest to them. The unfortunate creatures 232 3, 16 | earth is unable to satisfy them. They are insatiable and 233 3, 16 | such satiety cannot content them, because they (who are infinite 234 3, 16 | creatures, and not beneath them, and he cannot be satisfied 235 3, 19 | why this would happen to them? Because they have placed 236 3, 20 | which I permit to happen to them with due reverence, as I 237 3, 20 | stumbling-blocks caused them by the world, and of the 238 3, 20 | circumstance happens to them. And inasmuch as they deem 239 3, 20 | but as a means which helps them to stay their own will, 240 3, 20 | and no one scandalizes them, for they have cut away 241 3, 20 | and the Devil can attack them, slide under their feet, 242 3, 20 | temptations, and do not hurt them, for they remain attached 243 3, 20 | should you consider, both in them and in yourself. And, if 244 3, 20 | rose, that is to say, offer them to Me, with holy compassion. 245 3, 20 | because you will recognize them in the case about which 246 3, 22 | of Your Name, when I see them running on this sweet and 247 3, 22 | Sweetest Love, that not one of them may be taken from me by 248 3, 22 | until now, that You unite them, and of two bodies make 249 3, 22 | daughter, may behave to them with due reverence and holy 250 3, 23 | to be negligent in giving them the benefit of your prayers, 251 3, 24 | dignity in which I have placed them. And, since one thing is 252 3, 24 | of priests, having placed them where they are through My 253 3, 24 | salvation, so that, through them, the Blood of the humble 254 3, 24 | administered to you. To them have I given the Sun to 255 3, 24 | Sun to administer, giving them the light of science and 256 3, 24 | or even more, and light them in the flame, in each candle, 257 3, 27 | and how God demands in them greater purity than in other 258 3, 27 | anointed ones, and I call them My Christs, because I have 259 3, 27 | Christs, because I have given them the office of administering 260 3, 27 | to you, and have placed them like fragrant flowers in 261 3, 27 | fellow-creatures, administering to them the Body and Blood of My 262 3, 27 | charity; and I do not wish them to feed upon and wallow 263 3, 27 | in that they do not give them an example of life, nor 264 3, 27 | of life, nor care to draw them out of the hands of the 265 3, 27 | Devil, nor to administer to them the Body and Blood of My 266 3, 28 | that these have taken on them the condition of the Sun, 267 3, 28 | Me. The Sun illuminates them and causes the earth of 268 3, 28 | bear fruit, illuminating them with the light of their 269 3, 28 | thing with Me, and I with them, as I narrated to you in 270 3, 28 | most ardent love, shone in them, and in their subjects, 271 3, 28 | light of discretion. In them, principally because they 272 3, 28 | did justice to those under them, wishing to see them live 273 3, 28 | under them, wishing to see them live virtuously, and correcting 274 3, 28 | virtuously, and correcting them without any servile fear, 275 3, 28 | therefore did they correct them, and did not let their members 276 3, 28 | they charitably corrected them with the unction of benignity, 277 3, 28 | Wherefore, those under them lived in holy, true fear, 278 3, 28 | for My gardeners corrected them without any servile fear, 279 3, 28 | that pearl which shines in them, and which gave peace and 280 3, 28 | caused holy fear to be with them, and unity of hearts. And 281 3, 28 | of self-love is alive in them, wherefore they bear perverted 282 3, 28 | the faults of those under them; and they are deluded by 283 3, 28 | have told you, because in them is no darkness of sin, or 284 3, 28 | but was resplendent in them, wherefore they embraced 285 3, 28 | supernatural grace given to them, of administering the Body 286 3, 28 | continually over those under them, like real guardian angels, 287 3, 28 | thoughts, and offering up for them before Me, sweet and amorous 288 3, 28 | they govern those under them, and converse with them! 289 3, 28 | them, and converse with them! With how much hope and 290 3, 28 | fearing, or caring if for them and their subjects temporal 291 3, 28 | anything should diminish to them, either spiritual or temporal. ~ 292 3, 28 | and earth fade away before them. With such fears as these, 293 3, 28 | spiritual, caring not for them. But they, miserable, faithless, 294 3, 28 | providence be measured to them. The miserable presumptuous 295 3, 28 | had given My servants over them. This was because I responded 296 3, 28 | life eternal I have placed them in the greatest dignity, 297 3, 28 | dignity which I placed in them, and because this Treasure 298 3, 28 | of souls, having placed them in so much excellency they 299 3, 28 | themselves to die, to get them out of the hands of the 300 3, 28 | with despair, and to give them more courage in exposing 301 3, 28 | neighbors, and those under them. They drew the imperfect 302 3, 28 | imperfect and infirm with them, as I told you, with true 303 3, 28 | compassion, and correcting them and giving them penance 304 3, 28 | correcting them and giving them penance for the sins they 305 3, 28 | penance -- together with them. For through love, they 306 3, 28 | nourishment. What caused them to do thus? The hunger and 307 3, 29 | dignity in which I have placed them, having elected them for 308 3, 29 | placed them, having elected them for My ministers, on account 309 3, 29 | authority I do not wish them to be punished by the hand 310 3, 29 | defect, for those who punish them offend Me miserably. But 311 3, 29 | I wish seculars to hold them in due reverence, not for 312 3, 29 | authority which I have given them. Wherefore this reverence 313 3, 29 | subjects. I have appointed them to be in very truth your 314 3, 29 | to which I have appointed them, how worthy they are of 315 3, 29 | reverence you should hold them, for they are My beloved 316 3, 29 | their hands. You should love them therefore by reason of the 317 3, 29 | authority which I have given them. You know well that if a 318 3, 29 | life of grace, receiving Them worthily (in spite of the 319 3, 29 | defects there may be in them) through love of Me, the 320 3, 29 | the Eternal God, who send them to you, and through love 321 3, 29 | you, and you should hate them, and strive with love and 322 3, 29 | holy prayer to re-clothe them, washing away their foulness 323 3, 29 | say, that you should offer them before Me with tears and 324 3, 29 | desire, that I may re-clothe them in My goodness, with the 325 3, 29 | Know well that I wish to do them grace, if only they will 326 3, 29 | the contrary I have given them to you, and appointed them 327 3, 29 | them to you, and appointed them to be earthly angels and 328 3, 29 | state, you should pray for them, and not judge them, leaving 329 3, 29 | for them, and not judge them, leaving their judgment 330 3, 29 | by your prayers, will do them mercy if they will only 331 3, 29 | shall terribly condemn them at their last extremity, 332 3, 30 | will which gladly endures them, seeing that they are ordained 333 3, 30 | charity with his neighbor, to them is given the office of administering 334 3, 30 | voluntary poverty, causes them now with great delight to 335 3, 30 | of the demons do not give them trouble or any fear, because 336 3, 30 | or any fear, because in them is not the poison of sin. 337 3, 30 | There is no servile fear in them, but holy fear. Wherefore 338 3, 30 | Holy Scripture they know them, so that they do not cause 339 3, 30 | so that they do not cause them darkness or disquietude. 340 3, 31 | told you, the Devil accuses them with great terror and darkness, 341 3, 31 | despair. Oh! how hard for them is this battle, because 342 3, 31 | battle, because it finds them disarmed, without the armor 343 3, 31 | their pride not letting them understand the sweetness 344 3, 31 | the Blood of which I made them ministers, but in themselves 345 3, 31 | effect of Mercy, to cause them to hope therein during their 346 3, 31 | although I do not grant them this, so that they should 347 3, 31 | And nevertheless, I keep them in this hope so that at 348 3, 31 | displeasing to Me and injures them much more than all the other 349 3, 31 | sin is more dangerous to them and displeasing to Me, because 350 3, 31 | they sometimes grieve for them, and if they grieve in the 351 3, 31 | their grief will procure them mercy. But it is no fragility 352 3, 31 | displeases Me so much that I wish them to hope in My mercy at the 353 3, 31 | use this sweet trick with them, making them hope greatly 354 3, 31 | trick with them, making them hope greatly in My mercy, 355 3, 31 | All this is given them by the fire and abyss of 356 3, 31 | which their conscience gives them in the likeness of the Devil, 357 3, 31 | of the Devil, reproving them in that they should have 358 3, 31 | and that time which I gave them through love should have 359 3, 31 | afterwards when you are with them they may render to you of 360 3, 31 | felt towards nourishing them in virtue, giving them the 361 3, 31 | nourishing them in virtue, giving them the example of your life 362 3, 31 | of your life and striking them with the hand of mercy and 363 3, 31 | for his conscience places them before him, together with 364 3, 31 | receive for not fulfilling them; the more they knew of Holy 365 3, 31 | ministry which I entrusted to them, appointing them to administer 366 3, 31 | entrusted to them, appointing them to administer the sun of 367 3, 32 | have from You, who give them to me through love, and 368 3, 32 | Ah me! You cause them to cry in order to hear 369 3, 32 | salvation of souls. Give them then the bread of life, 370 3, 32 | creatures, than in leaving them obstinate in their hardness 371 3, 32 | their wills, and dispose them to wish for that for which 372 3, 32 | and likeness. Re-create them to Grace in Your mercy and 373 4, 1 | of obedience and placed them in the hands of My sweet 374 4, 1 | from love, He possessed them all, but in a different 375 4, 1 | obedience, and so closely united them together that one cannot 376 4, 1 | the other. Either you have them both or you have neither. 377 4, 1 | way, having first observed them Himself. He is the way, 378 4, 2 | and what will prove to them, that they have lost it? 379 4, 3 | disobedience, it is very hard for them to do so, on account of 380 4, 3 | blindness that prevents them recognizing this treasure? 381 4, 3 | pain, for it has seduced them from the way of Truth, leading 382 4, 3 | the way of Truth, leading them along a way of lies, making 383 4, 3 | along a way of lies, making them slaves and friends of the 384 4, 3 | it truly. What has placed them in so blessed a state? The 385 4, 5 | perfection, and to bring them to the port of salvation. 386 4, 5 | temporal substance never failed them, but they had more than 387 4, 5 | else, he chose poverty for them, so that they might not 388 4, 5 | the body, he does not wish them to obscure their physical 389 4, 5 | wherefore he imposed on them the third vow of continence, 390 4, 6 | Holy Spirit, will steer them, and having thus shown you 391 4, 6 | to or not, they cast from them the load of their riches, 392 4, 6 | many other things happen to them because they have money 393 4, 6 | to perfect observance of them, nor the wicked conversation 394 4, 6 | appointed hatred to drive them out, and love to replace 395 4, 6 | out, and love to replace them with her friends. Wherefore 396 4, 6 | obedience causes him to fulfill them. Does the weight of obedience 397 4, 6 | their sins, but to draw them out of their misery, for 398 4, 6 | has in his heart towards them he would like to give them 399 4, 6 | them he would like to give them the good which he possesses, 400 4, 6 | means by which he can draw them out of the darkness of mortal 401 4, 6 | among themselves which of them should be the greater, for 402 4, 7 | In them is fulfilled the saying 403 4, 8 | flying the occasions of them, but rather seeking them 404 4, 8 | them, but rather seeking them in order to be able to accomplish 405 4, 8 | tongue could not relate them. Oh! disobedience, which 406 4, 9 | it were, so incarnate in them, that not only do they wish 407 4, 9 | reason in what is ordered them by their superior, but they 408 4, 10 | rather I caused you to make them in order to increase the 409 4, 10 | I wish seculars to hold them, showing you the reason 410 4, 11 | miserable sins, for through them I have hitherto served You 411 Lette, 0| and tender love towards them, recommend themselves greatly, 412 Lette, 0| and beg you to recommend them to the Prioress and all 413 Lette, 0| faults and the pains due to them, and so it was done. After 414 Lette, 0| promising me that, on account of them, You would use mercy with 415 Lette, 0| sons, that I should love them with singular love and direct 416 Lette, 0| singular love and direct them to You by the way of Life, 417 Lette, 0| Life, but I have been to them nothing but a mirror of 418 Lette, 0| weakness; I have had no care of them; I have not helped them 419 Lette, 0| them; I have not helped them with continuous and humble 420 Lette, 0| presence, nor have I given them sufficient examples of the 421 Lette, 0| body, nor have I endured them with that burning desire 422 Lette, 0| love with which You sent them to me. Alas! oh, my Love, 423 Lette, 0| intelligence on the thought of them only or disposed my will 424 Lette, 0| two now or again, passing them on from one to the other. 425 Lette, 0| made great by hearing of them. I say no more. Recommend


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