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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| and though conclusions on special points may differ, 2 Intro, 0| prevail as to the principles on which historical investigation 3 Intro, 0| reputation to lose would venture on any personal heresy as to 4 Intro, 0| depend in great measure on the personality of the historian. 5 Intro, 0| medieval Church weighed on the conscience of Christendom 6 Intro, 0| invoked the Divine judgment on the sins of Rodrigo Borgia. 7 Intro, 0| regions, and lightly settled on the summits of three hills 8 Intro, 0| home, if home they can have on earth, of the glorified 9 Intro, 0| at a turn in the road, on one of the sacred groups 10 Intro, 0| Ghibelline Republic which, on that memorable 4th of September 11 Intro, 0| enwrap the base of the hill on which the city is set. ~ 12 Intro, 0| whose insistent presence is on all sides of us. Here is 13 Intro, 0| Xti Katerinae Domus. Here, on March 5, 1347, being Palm 14 Intro, 0| of five it was her custom on the staircase to kneel and 15 Intro, 0| inviting her to their houses on some pretext or other. Sent 16 Intro, 0| other. Sent one morning on an errand to the house of 17 Intro, 0| important symbolical bearing on the great task of her after-life, 18 Intro, 0| accomplished, while they were on the way back from their 19 Intro, 0| child, lifting her eyes, saw on the opposite side above 20 Intro, 0| magnificence, in which was seated, on an imperial throne, Jesus 21 Intro, 0| pontifical vestments, and wearing on His head a papal tiara; 22 Intro, 0| look, gazed, full of love, on her Savior, who, appearing 23 Intro, 0| her love to Himself, fixed on her the eyes of His Majesty, 24 Intro, 0| not only the road she was on, but also herself, although 25 Intro, 0| and lifted her eyes again on high; but the vision had 26 Intro, 0| Siena, and, to a mind intent on mystical significance, the 27 Intro, 0| the action of Catherine on her generation. Few individuals 28 Intro, 0| imprint of their personality on the events of their time. 29 Intro, 0| Her lot was cast on evil days for the Church 30 Intro, 0| furnished a singular commentary on the ethics of the Gospel. ~ 31 Intro, 0| Joachim, the Roman Church was on the eve of destruction, 32 Intro, 0| organization which depended on him, at the mercy of the 33 Intro, 0| more, people came to look on the Pope as their temporal 34 Intro, 0| conferred much property on the Roman Church. By the 35 Intro, 0| state of Grace" is a point on which she constantly dwells, 36 Intro, 0| Humanity, of the soul in vi‰ on its dusty pilgrimage towards 37 Intro, 0| by prayer, imposed itself on popes and princes, is an 38 1, 1 | continuous prayer, founded on knowledge of herself and 39 1, 4 | since they are not disposed, on their side, to receive, 40 1, 4 | requires proper dispositions on both sides, both in him 41 1, 4 | choose, has a right to seize on everything that he has acquired 42 1, 4 | soul, whom I have given you on earth. Bear yourselves with 43 1, 6 | sinner brings forth insults on which often follows murder; 44 1, 7 | of grace, to fix her eye on the needs of her neighbor 45 1, 8 | man proves his patience on his neighbor, when he receives 46 1, 8 | he proves his humility on a proud man, his faith on 47 1, 8 | on a proud man, his faith on an infidel, his true hope 48 1, 8 | an infidel, his true hope on one who despairs, his justice 49 1, 8 | who despairs, his justice on the unjust, his kindness 50 1, 8 | the unjust, his kindness on the cruel, his gentleness 51 1, 8 | gentleness and benignity on the irascible. Good men 52 1, 8 | prove all their virtues on their neighbor, just as 53 1, 8 | well, humility is proved on pride in this way. The humble 54 2, 1 | not place reliance chiefly on penance, but rather on virtues; 55 2, 1 | chiefly on penance, but rather on virtues; and how discretion 56 2, 1 | should rather place reliance on the affection of love, with 57 2, 1 | soul place her foundation on penance she will contaminate 58 2, 1 | the virtue of discretion on knowledge of self, that 59 2, 1 | knowledge of self, that is, on true humility, for, were 60 2, 1 | indiscretion being founded on pride, as discretion is 61 2, 1 | pride, as discretion is on humility. ~ 62 2, 2 | as if a circle were drawn on the surface of the earth, 63 2, 2 | tree of love feeds itself on humility, bringing forth 64 2, 3 | that he who merely calls on me with the sound of words, 65 2, 3 | All other works, founded on any other principle than 66 2, 3 | say, how to keep the rein on the body, macerating the 67 2, 3 | her love for her neighbor, on the contrary, is ordered 68 2, 3 | Wherefore she has trampled on the world, and placed it 69 2, 3 | said, and then are proved on her neighbor, and bring 70 2, 3 | bring forth their fruit on him. Thus have I shown you, 71 2, 4 | desire that she had conceived on learning the ineffable love 72 2, 4 | which she had conceived, on account of offenses against 73 2, 4 | more readily sees spots on his face when he looks in 74 2, 4 | love to take Your revenge on me, and to do mercy to Your 75 2, 4 | grace, that You have mercy on Your people, and I adjure 76 2, 4 | our Justice, for He took on Himself all our offenses 77 2, 4 | Father, which You imposed on Him, when You clothed Him 78 2, 5 | His ministers; and touches on the subject of the Sacrament 79 2, 5 | face, and become leprous, on account of her filthiness 80 2, 5 | avarice of those who feed on their own sin. ~ 81 2, 5 | incapable of suffering, and yet, on account of guilt, My divine 82 2, 5 | whole human race, not only on account of the pain which 83 2, 5 | which man could not drink on account of his great weakness, 84 2, 5 | soul can keep the bridle on it if she choose. Then the 85 2, 6 | but seem to themselves on occasion to receive injuries 86 2, 6 | transgress My obedience imposed on him, and became My enemy. 87 2, 6 | fulfill your desire if you, on your part, endure much, 88 2, 9 | mercy through pure love, and on account of no debt that 89 2, 10 | soul; and how, being lifted on high, yet it is not separated 90 2, 10 | because the soul, rising on the steps of her affection, 91 2, 10 | been waging with her sin. On the first step, then, lifting 92 2, 10 | strips herself of vice; on the second she fills herself 93 2, 10 | with love and virtue; and on the third she tastes peace. 94 2, 10 | the last, which is lifted on high, so that the water, 95 2, 10 | sin. This Bridge is lifted on high, and yet, at the same 96 2, 10 | know when it was lifted on high? When My Son was lifted 97 2, 10 | When My Son was lifted up on the wood of the most Holy 98 2, 10 | to you that, being lifted on high, He was not lifted 99 2, 10 | was no one who could go on the Bridge until It had 100 2, 10 | until It had been lifted on high, wherefore He said, -- ' 101 2, 10 | that is, 'If I am lifted on high I will draw all things 102 2, 10 | that He should be lifted on high on the wood of the 103 2, 10 | should be lifted on high on the wood of the Cross, making 104 2, 10 | Cross, making of it an anvil on which My Son, born of human 105 2, 10 | said, that, being lifted on high, He would draw all 106 2, 10 | because love is lifted on high, following the Sorrowful 107 2, 10 | said well, 'If I am lifted on high,' &c., meaning, that 108 2, 10 | Bridge should be lifted on high, and have steps, in 109 2, 11 | signify virtues; and how on the Bridge is a hostelry 110 2, 11 | were made, and built up on the Body of My sweet Son, 111 2, 11 | My creatures, journeying on their pilgrimage, may not, 112 2, 11 | But he, who walks not on this road, goes under the 113 2, 11 | affection is not placed on the stones, but is placed, 114 2, 11 | with disordinate love, on creatures, loving them, 115 2, 11 | these follow a lie, walking on the road of falsehood, and 116 2, 12 | How traveling on both of these roads, that 117 2, 12 | delight felt by him who goes on this road, for, even in 118 2, 13 | having reached to Heaven on the day of the Ascension, 119 2, 13 | Father, as the angels said, on the day of the Ascension, 120 2, 13 | men, their hearts lifted on high, and ascended into 121 2, 13 | then, had thus ascended on high, and returned to Me 122 2, 13 | might fall into ignorance on this point. I tell you that 123 2, 13 | are like the light placed on a candlestick, to show forth 124 2, 14 | us, hanging by His arms on the wood of the Cross, life 125 2, 14 | in thinking of you, for on every side to which I turn 126 2, 17 | the mole, who always feeds on earth till death, and when 127 2, 17 | themselves or to their neighbor; on the contrary, they would 128 2, 17 | practicing the virtues on their neighbor and succoring 129 2, 17 | of its own opinions, goes on from bad to worse. It is 130 2, 18 | recognize Me in themselves on account of self-love, like 131 2, 19 | out of servitude, imposing on Himself obedience to do 132 2, 19 | reproved, and will be reproved on the Last Day of Judgment. ~ 133 2, 19 | when I sent the Holy Spirit on the Apostles." ~ 134 2, 20 | putting the Holy Spirit on their tongues to announce 135 2, 20 | as the Devil puts himself on the tongues of his servants, 136 2, 21 | grieve for her fault, not on account of the pain of Hell 137 2, 21 | that follows upon it, but on account of pain at her offense 138 2, 21 | and bewailing herself more on account of her first condemnation 139 2, 21 | first condemnation than on account of My displeasure, 140 2, 21 | her works, but much more on account of the particular 141 2, 21 | greater than My mercy, and, on that account, are they punished 142 2, 21 | themselves, and grieving on account of the pain they 143 2, 22 | yourself) rather to walk on a road of fire, even until 144 2, 23 | third reproof which is made on the Day of Judgment. ~ 145 2, 23 | the third reproof which is on the Last Day of Judgment. 146 2, 23 | damned, it will appear such, on account of their terrible 147 2, 24 | pain increased to himself, on account of their damnation 148 2, 25 | finished their life, they go on and remain eternally. They 149 2, 25 | pilgrims, forever running on towards the term of death. 150 2, 25 | and will re-clothe herself on the Last Day of Judgment, 151 2, 25 | Judgment, they have not, on that account, pain, because 152 2, 26 | borne remaining as ornaments on their bodies, like the dye 153 2, 26 | confusion of the darkened ones, on seeing so great a dignity ( 154 2, 27 | prayed Me to have mercy on the world, and draw it out 155 2, 27 | conscience always fights on one side, and sensuality 156 2, 27 | one side, and sensuality on the other; but as soon as 157 2, 28 | affliction. And if tribulations on man's account, or infirmity, 158 2, 28 | labor in this life is small, on account of the shortness 159 2, 28 | and that, though they walk on thorns, they are not pricked, 160 2, 29 | was in great bitterness, on account of the blindness 161 2, 29 | the eye of her intellect on the Eternal Father, she 162 2, 30 | and so one power spurs on another, and the soul is 163 2, 30 | will love, because the food on which I feed is love.' Then 164 2, 30 | will tell you below. So, on the contrary, if the sensual 165 2, 30 | sin. But, because the eye, on account of its blindness, 166 2, 32 | An exposition on Christ's words: "Whosoever 167 2, 33 | the affection with love, on being moved by the tribulations 168 2, 33 | Wherefore then he follows on with anxious desire, thirsting 169 2, 33 | at the Fountain. He walks on, carrying the vessel of 170 2, 35 | the fear of offending, not on account of one's own damnation, 171 2, 37 | their love grows weak when, on occasion, in order to exercise 172 2, 37 | to say, a love based only on desire of their own advantage. 173 2, 37 | other good works, but go on, with perseverance, to increase 174 2, 38 | virtues, which are founded on the pure love of her neighbor." ~ 175 2, 39 | separate from each other, on which account He also made 176 2, 40 | withdrawn Myself, she does not, on that account, look back, 177 2, 41 | crucified, which she has found on her journey across the Bridge 178 3, 2 | that is to say, either on account of any thought or 179 3, 2 | mentioned to you, standing on the Bridge, to provide food 180 3, 2 | was shed through love. On seeing this the soul becomes 181 3, 2 | eternal damnation, not only on account of her confusion, 182 3, 2 | confusion, you rise to Heaven on the wings of mercy, and 183 3, 2 | mercy, and if I raise you on high, you humble yourself 184 3, 2 | complete them, she ought not on that account to be troubled 185 3, 2 | should therefore spur herself on with prayer, and when she 186 3, 3 | of her intellect fastened on the doctrine of My Truth, 187 3, 4 | have told you, receives Me, on My return to her, with the 188 3, 4 | devil, which he practices on those souls who are bound 189 3, 4 | brings forth the virtues on her neighbor. Not that by 190 3, 4 | charity and give birth to it on their neighbors, they have 191 3, 5 | terminated and finished on the Cross, when the Soul 192 3, 6 | open and swallow them up on account of their sins. I 193 3, 6 | mercy, withdrawing neither on account of their sins. I 194 3, 7 | are wayfarers and pilgrims on their journey to reach Me, 195 3, 8 | that I will have mercy on the world. Pain in her is 196 3, 8 | into the world, terminated on the Cross in His painful 197 3, 9 | dispossessed him of Myself, because on Me can no pain fall, and 198 3, 9 | reformed by My Goodness, and, on being struck, made no resistance, 199 3, 10 | corporal sentiment, the soul, on account of the union which 200 3, 14 | perfect hatred of its guilt on account of the offense thereby 201 3, 14 | persecutions of men come on her, her heart is full of 202 3, 14 | the food prepared for her on the table of the Holy Cross, 203 3, 14 | the eye of her intellect on Me, the Sweet Supreme Truth, 204 3, 15 | but I call them infinite, on account of the infinite 205 3, 15 | As, when green wood is on the fire, the moisture it 206 3, 15 | moisture it contains groans on account of the heat, because 207 3, 15 | Me, her End, she does not on that account abandon desire, 208 3, 16 | also. Self-love is a tree on which grow nothing but fruits 209 3, 16 | thus miserably are planted on the mountain of pride, whence 210 3, 16 | however, such a soul abandon on this account its good works, 211 3, 16 | because they are founded on Me, the Supreme Good; but 212 3, 16 | badly, for they are founded on evil. Such critics as these 213 3, 16 | branches drooping to the earth, on which grow the flowers and 214 3, 17 | grant me a few more words on the subject, it will cause 215 3, 17 | greatest pleasure. And also, if on some occasion, when I am 216 3, 17 | already said in general on this matter. The second 217 3, 17 | You said the soul received on being visited by You -- 218 3, 18 | of all things, imposing on her the law of perversity, 219 3, 18 | nor does he hate himself on account of it; he is ignorant 220 3, 19 | discretion, and founded on Me, if, that is to say, 221 3, 20 | and fixes her attention on nothing else except seeing 222 3, 20 | obedience which was imposed on Him by Me, His Father, not 223 3, 20 | or insults or withdrawing on account of your ingratitude 224 3, 20 | persecutions of the Jews, or on account of the insults, 225 3, 20 | He was, whom I had placed on the battle-field to deliver 226 3, 20 | is of love for Me based on interested motives, and 227 3, 20 | have arrived at feeding on the food of souls, that 228 3, 20 | false judgments, either on My servants or the servants 229 3, 21 | never satiates him who feeds on it, the eater being insatiable 230 3, 21 | My only-begotten Son was, on the wood of the holy Cross, 231 3, 22 | when I see them running on this sweet and straight 232 3, 22 | without any passing judgment on their neighbor, or causing 233 3, 22 | supports whom You have placed on the earth to guard and instruct 234 3, 22 | remember that You said, that, on account of the endurance 235 3, 23 | request, in order that, on your side, you may not sin 236 3, 24 | defiled by any impurity on which it shines, for its 237 3, 24 | as has been said, either on account of any imperfection 238 3, 24 | unworthily? She is like a candle on which water has fallen, 239 3, 24 | can receive no hurt, but on account of the water that 240 3, 24 | is not defiled by shining on anything foul, so the sweet 241 3, 25 | with it you should look on this Sacrament. How do you 242 3, 25 | should receive and look on this Sacrament, not only 243 3, 28 | say, his own self-love, on which account he hates it, 244 3, 28 | then, that these have taken on them the condition of the 245 3, 28 | of the prelacy of Christ on earth, offered Me the sacrifice 246 3, 28 | With humility they trampled on pride, and, with purity 247 3, 28 | other lord having subjects, on seeing one putrefying from 248 3, 28 | that they turn their back on the spiritual, caring not 249 3, 28 | injure their souls; but they on the contrary could injure 250 3, 28 | peculiarly beloved by Me, on account of the dignity which 251 3, 28 | in Me. They ran to feed on it at the table of the holy 252 3, 29 | elected them for My ministers, on account of which dignity 253 3, 29 | by the hand of seculars on account of any personal 254 3, 29 | miserably in sin, but not on that account appoint yourselves 255 3, 29 | foully living in dishonor; on the contrary I have given 256 3, 30 | speak to you in more detail on this point (so that you 257 3, 30 | have greater compassion on these poor wretches), telling 258 3, 30 | creatures endure depend on their will, because if their 259 3, 30 | they would have no labors on that account, but because 260 3, 30 | death seem difficult, and on account of it man naturally 261 3, 30 | tenderness cannot make war on him, and his conscience 262 3, 30 | receive greater dignity on account of their priesthood, 263 3, 30 | true light, and kept it on your subjects, and have 264 3, 30 | salvation of souls, all on fire with love for the neighbor, 265 3, 31 | without any virtue, and on whichever side he turns 266 3, 31 | milk of mercy (although on account of their sins this 267 3, 31 | can, if he will, take hold on hope. This is the effect 268 3, 31 | inclined to abandon it, on account of the severe condemnation 269 3, 31 | you have spent the money on public harlots, and have 270 3, 31 | and have thrown it away on gluttony and on many silver 271 3, 31 | it away on gluttony and on many silver vessels and 272 3, 31 | ought to have given it, not on account of pleasant words, 273 3, 31 | better seen when placed on a black ground, and blackness 274 3, 31 | black ground, and blackness on a white, than when they 275 3, 31 | shame. For vice being placed on a ground of virtue is known 276 3, 31 | of virtue is known better on account of the virtue, and 277 3, 31 | and the pain that comes on him who has lain in the 278 3, 31 | Christians for the same sin, on account of the ministry 279 3, 31 | Church, not that they ought on that account to do so, or 280 3, 32 | inebriated, tormented, and on fire with love, her heart 281 3, 32 | small to make man great. On whichever side I turn I 282 3, 32 | sakes who do not knock, but on account of Your infinite 283 4, 1 | destroyed the obedience imposed on him by Me, the Eternal Father. 284 4, 1 | other, not that they are on that account separated, 285 4, 1 | left His vicar, the Christ, on earth, whom you are all 286 4, 1 | Trinity, thus always looking on Me, the eternal God. His 287 4, 1 | fulfilling the obedience imposed on Him by Me, His Eternal Father. 288 4, 2 | your iniquities into shape on the anvil of His own body. 289 4, 2 | conceived and born of charity, on her is founded the rock 290 4, 3 | hard for them to do so, on account of their long habit 291 4, 4 | obedience of precepts, but take on themselves a particular 292 4, 5 | pay her debt, trampling on her own fragility, and restraining 293 4, 5 | say, then, that the soul, on fire with desire and a holy 294 4, 5 | cannot attain perfection. On the contrary, she attains 295 4, 5 | allurements, everything depends on whether after they have 296 4, 5 | true judgment can be made on a person's entrance into 297 4, 5 | into religion, but only on their perseverance, for 298 4, 5 | religious orders equally founded on this point?' Yes, but though 299 4, 5 | though they are all founded on it, in no other is this 300 4, 5 | foundation, not, however, on that account, being deprived 301 4, 5 | in his time, thus taking on him the office of My only-begotten 302 4, 5 | science; wherefore he imposed on them the third vow of continence, 303 4, 5 | martyr, having not paper on which to write, leaned over, 304 4, 5 | faith, and wrote the Credo on the ground. His heart burnt 305 4, 5 | he fearlessly came forth on to the battlefield; and 306 4, 6 | by little they are ruined on another point, for they 307 4, 6 | these relations they go on to close intimacies, their 308 4, 6 | eye of holy faith fixed on the object of My Truth, 309 4, 6 | there is no one to make war on him, for the soul has cut 310 4, 6 | sadness. What makes war on obedience? Injuries? No, 311 4, 6 | No, for he has trampled on his own will, and does not 312 4, 6 | cell, he does not sit down on the bed of negligence embracing 313 4, 6 | the eye of his intellect on Me, and seeing with the 314 4, 6 | should seem to him that on account of his great weariness 315 4, 6 | blows and injuries inflicted on him by his father, so this 316 4, 6 | pains, or blows inflicted on him by his superior in the 317 4, 8 | fixed, with a dead faith, on pleasing his self-will, 318 4, 8 | pleasing his self-will, and on things of the world. He 319 4, 8 | through the obedience imposed on him, do not please him. 320 4, 8 | wishing to fly pain, he on the contrary falls into 321 4, 8 | delight there, but finding on the contrary pain and bitterness. 322 4, 8 | wearing the religious habit on his body but not on his 323 4, 8 | habit on his body but not on his heart. Such a one is 324 4, 8 | are the evils which fall on the disobedient; so many 325 4, 8 | own arms, and not repose on those of the order. Disobedience 326 4, 9 | water as if he had been on dry land, and so saved the 327 4, 9 | an obedience were imposed on you (speaking generally, 328 4, 9 | fulfill the obedience imposed on you, though you should never 329 4, 9 | and the obedience imposed on Him by Me, His Eternal Father, 330 4, 10 | how this Bridge is built on three steps; that is, on 331 4, 10 | on three steps; that is, on the three powers of the 332 4, 10 | life, the second at death on those who die in mortal 333 4, 10 | ministers should not diminish on account of the sins of the 334 4, 10 | And while speaking to you on this subject, I also touched 335 4, 10 | subject, I also touched on the excellence of the sacraments. 336 4, 10 | proceed, I spoke to you on the subject and told you 337 Lette, 0| Holy Church to be exposed, on account of which she remained 338 Lette, 0| continuous, sad, and feeble. On account of this it seemed 339 Lette, 0| sinned! Oh Lord, have mercy on me!" And this, as I believe, 340 Lette, 0| arms, "Holy God, have mercy on me!" Finally she employed 341 Lette, 0| Catherine had been lying on the bosom of Mother Alessia 342 Lette, 0| however, fixed her eyes on the image of the cross set 343 Lette, 0| for my neighbor, while I, on the contrary, have fled 344 Lette, 0| Church, promising me that, on account of them, You would 345 Lette, 0| pleased You to accumulate on this fragile body, nor have 346 Lette, 0| I fixed my intelligence on the thought of them only 347 Lette, 0| keeping her eyes ever fixed on the crucifix, began afresh 348 Lette, 0| to understand, and also on account of the grief with 349 Lette, 0| now or again, passing them on from one to the other. After 350 Lette, 0| Her transit occurred on the Sunday at the hour of 351 Lette, 0| until the hour of Compline on Tuesday, without any odor


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