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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| power that dwelt within him; he was often accepted by 2 Intro, 0| head a papal tiara; with Him were the princes of the 3 Intro, 0| herself, and transformed into Him upon whom she gazed with 4 Intro, 0| according to the will of Him who had granted it, and 5 Intro, 0| at last they had driven him away, and gratified their 6 Intro, 0| Augustine, who had consulted him as to the best means of 7 Intro, 0| unknown which surrounds him. No miracle is needed to 8 Intro, 0| the Empire, and, but for him and the organization which 9 Intro, 0| organization which depended on him, at the mercy of the invading 10 Intro, 0| he pursued them excludes him from that Pantheon of gracious 11 Intro, 0| only sees God, but diffuses Him, as by some natural law 12 1, 1 | meant this, when He said: To him who will love Me and will 13 1, 1 | thing with Me and I with him. In several places we find 14 1, 3 | fire descended and drew to Him the sacrifice that was acceptable 15 1, 3 | sacrifice that was acceptable to Him; so did the sweet Truth 16 1, 4 | has drawn her love from Him, and virtuously follows 17 1, 4 | Blood teaches the truth to him, who, by self-knowledge, 18 1, 4 | dispositions on both sides, both in him that gives and him that 19 1, 4 | both in him that gives and him that receives. Wherefore, 20 1, 4 | mercy, nor through defect of him who implored the mercy for 21 1, 4 | Blood of My Son, and let him with his own hand apply 22 1, 4 | which has been paid for him. But, if he delays until 23 1, 4 | used the dowry which I gave him, giving him memory so as 24 1, 4 | which I gave him, giving him memory so as to remember 25 1, 5 | willing desire to suffer for Him. ~ 26 1, 5 | you, for I deny nothing to him who asks of Me in truth. 27 1, 6 | as yourself, and loving him, you ought to help him spiritually, 28 1, 6 | loving him, you ought to help him spiritually, with prayer, 29 1, 6 | with prayer, counseling him with words, and assisting 30 1, 6 | with words, and assisting him both spiritually and temporally, 31 1, 6 | not love, does not help him, and thereby does himself 32 1, 6 | his neighbor, by depriving him of the benefit of the prayers 33 1, 6 | he is bound to offer for him to Me. Thus, every act of 34 1, 6 | injury of sin, which deprives him of grace, and worse than 35 1, 6 | cannot do to his neighbor. Him he injures in not paying 36 1, 6 | he injures in not paying him the debt, which he owes 37 1, 6 | the debt, which he owes him, of love, with which he 38 1, 6 | with which he ought to help him by means of prayer and holy 39 1, 6 | desire offered to Me for him. This is an assistance which 40 1, 6 | to be in need; counseling him exactly as you would yourselves, 41 1, 6 | by not doing it, he does him, as you see, a special injury. 42 1, 6 | special injury. And he does him evil, not only by not doing 43 1, 6 | evil, not only by not doing him the good that he might do 44 1, 6 | the good that he might do him, but by doing him a positive 45 1, 6 | might do him, but by doing him a positive injury and a 46 1, 6 | self-love, which has deprived him of the affection of love 47 1, 6 | his neighbor, but causes him to seize the goods of others, 48 1, 6 | but whoever approaches him, with love or in conversation, 49 1, 6 | this way is injury done to him. And if a man be in a position 50 1, 6 | which you ought to give him; an open sin is where you 51 1, 7 | is to say in the love of him, that all virtues were founded; 52 1, 7 | neighbor, because love towards him issues from Me. This is 53 1, 7 | through love of Me, profits him nothing so far as grace 54 1, 8 | he receives injuries from him. ~ 55 1, 8 | who is faithful to Me, do him any harm; his infidelity 56 1, 8 | the faith or the hope of him who has conceived his faith 57 1, 8 | faithful servant does not leave him because he does not faithfully 58 1, 8 | perfect patience which is in him, who sustains the anger 59 2, 3 | bring forth their fruit on him. Thus have I shown you, 60 2, 3 | neighbor, showing her child to him who is in need, both in 61 2, 4 | purity which she sees in Him. ~ 62 2, 4 | surrounded by the strength of Him who is the Supreme Strength, 63 2, 4 | Supreme Father, showing Him the leprosy of the Holy 64 2, 4 | Wherefore You gave him memory in order to receive 65 2, 4 | and became enamored of him, for You created him through 66 2, 4 | of him, for You created him through love, and destined 67 2, 4 | through love, and destined him to be such that he might 68 2, 4 | which You originally placed him, and by his rebellion against 69 2, 4 | love with which You created him, willingly gave man a means 70 2, 4 | great peace; and so You gave him the only-begotten Word, 71 2, 4 | Father, which You imposed on Him, when You clothed Him with 72 2, 4 | on Him, when You clothed Him with our humanity, our human 73 2, 5 | disposition and affection of him who receives It; similarly 74 2, 5 | similarly It gives death to him who receives It unworthily, 75 2, 5 | darkness of mortal sin; to him, I say, It gives death and 76 2, 5 | there might be great evil in him, because his evil would 77 2, 5 | evil minister do harm to him to whom he gives the Blood, 78 2, 5 | that the Blood does harm to him who receives it unworthily, 79 2, 5 | original sin was taken from him by virtue of the Blood, 80 2, 5 | sin of man and to dispose him to that good for which I 81 2, 5 | for which I had created him. This human nature, joined 82 2, 5 | was the fetter which held him fastened and nailed to the 83 2, 5 | or creature can constrain him to one smallest fault without 84 2, 6 | under great obligations to Him from whom he receives more. ~ 85 2, 6 | being which I have given him, creating him in My own 86 2, 6 | have given him, creating him in My own image and similitude; 87 2, 6 | My obedience imposed on him, and became My enemy. And 88 2, 6 | divine justice consumes him more, that is, afflicts 89 2, 6 | more, that is, afflicts him more, and, in his affliction, 90 2, 7 | would have been obedient to him, had he remained in the 91 2, 7 | state in which I had placed him. He, not remaining therein, 92 2, 7 | arose, which ever buffets him with its waves, bringing 93 2, 7 | with its waves, bringing him weariness and trouble from 94 2, 9 | You could not live without him, and yet You are our God 95 2, 10 | you can be of no profit to Him, He being one and the same 96 2, 10 | you be drawn to Me, I sent Him in order that He should 97 2, 10 | would draw all things to Him. And this is to be understood 98 2, 10 | of the soul are drawn to Him, all the actions are also 99 2, 10 | actions are also drawn to Him. Secondly, everything has 100 2, 10 | everything else is drawn with him, because everything else 101 2, 10 | everything else has been made for him. It was therefore necessary 102 2, 11 | built into a wall, upon Him as the foundation, for there 103 2, 11 | which has not been proved in Him, and from Him all virtues 104 2, 11 | proved in Him, and from Him all virtues have their life. 105 2, 11 | life of grace, but from Him, that is, without following 106 2, 11 | can come to Me if not by Him,' and so indeed it is. Therefore 107 2, 11 | Truth, and he who follows Him, walks in the Truth, and 108 2, 11 | river, although it seems to him that he stands still and 109 2, 12 | having a Road made for him, which causes such delight 110 2, 12 | promises refreshment to him who wearies himself for 111 2, 12 | relate the delight felt by him who goes on this road, for, 112 2, 12 | which has been prepared for him in eternal life. He, therefore, 113 2, 13 | this road, wisdom gives him light, so that, in this 114 2, 13 | and the Holy Spirit gives him love, which consumes and 115 2, 13 | destroyed or taken away from him who wishes to follow it, 116 2, 14 | namely, to leave Yourself to him in food, so that we, weak 117 2, 15 | which destroy the soul of him who is a tree of death, 118 2, 17 | their neighbor and succoring him charitably. Oh, how many 119 2, 17 | miser always carries with him the thought of his own reputation, 120 2, 17 | in his heart, and making him conceal the truth and tell 121 2, 18 | and glory to Me, and to Him, who was one thing with 122 2, 18 | committed injustice, persecuting Him with much ignominy, even 123 2, 20 | that I can and will succor him who wishes to be succored 124 2, 21 | than was his betrayal of Him. So that they are reproved 125 2, 22 | torments, because in seeing him they know themselves more, 126 2, 22 | made themselves worthy of him. And so the worm of Conscience 127 2, 22 | to them, because they see him in his own form, which is 128 2, 22 | you know that I showed him to you in his own form for 129 2, 22 | of Judgment, than to see him again. With all this that 130 2, 23 | I concealed My power in Him, letting Him suffer pain 131 2, 23 | My power in Him, letting Him suffer pain and torment 132 2, 23 | human nature, but I let Him suffer like man to satisfy 133 2, 24 | in torment together with him, to be gnawed forever by 134 2, 25 | they are all conformed with Him, in joyousness and mirth, 135 2, 25 | will all be conformed with Him, eye with eye, and hand 136 2, 25 | in Me, you will dwell in Him, because He is one thing 137 2, 25 | those who will be judged by Him. To the damned He will appear 138 2, 26 | the water of death, let him come and I will give it 139 2, 26 | come and I will give it to him.'" ~ 140 2, 27 | offended Me. And I have set him in this life to tempt and 141 2, 27 | the Devil that may come to him, because I have made My 142 2, 27 | see My love which allowed him to be tempted, so as to 143 2, 27 | nothing, unless I allow him. And I let him tempt, through 144 2, 27 | unless I allow him. And I let him tempt, through love, and 145 2, 27 | principal vices to which he sees him to be most disposed -- of 146 2, 30 | and vice, appearing to him thus, under color of the 147 2, 30 | the soul's good, causes him to sin. But, because the 148 2, 30 | could come to Me except by Him, and therefore I made of 149 2, 30 | and therefore I made of Him a Bridge with three steps. 150 2, 32 | Whosoever thirsts, let him come to Me and drink." ~ 151 2, 32 | Whosoever thirsts, let him come to Me and drink, for 152 2, 32 | And why did He say 'Let him come to Me and drink'? Because 153 2, 32 | you, finding yourselves in Him, find yourselves also in 154 2, 32 | because I am one thing with Him, and He with Me. So that 155 2, 32 | perseverance, to keep by Him who is made for you a Bridge, 156 2, 32 | there can be no pain, but in Him there can be pain, and therefore 157 2, 32 | be pain, and therefore of Him did I make for you a Bridge. 158 2, 32 | can come to Me except by Him, as He told you in the words: ' 159 2, 33 | Whosoever thirsts, let him come to Me and drink.' He 160 2, 33 | for either fatigue causes him to stop, or pleasure, and 161 2, 33 | your intellect, so that, in Him, you behold the fire of 162 2, 33 | love of Me, for through Him have I shown My love to 163 2, 37 | approach of pain caused him to fall, and deny the Lord, 164 2, 37 | words, 'I have never known Him.' The soul who has climbed 165 2, 37 | thing with Me and I with him, and I will manifest Myself 166 2, 37 | will manifest Myself to him and we will dwell together.' 167 2, 38 | Himself to the soul who loves Him. ~ 168 2, 39 | love, you are united with Him, and, being united with 169 2, 39 | and, being united with Him, you are united with Me, 170 2, 39 | Philip, when he said to Him, 'Show us the Father, and 171 2, 39 | Me, I having nothing from Him; wherefore, again, He said 172 2, 39 | proceeds from Me, not I from Him, though I with Him and He 173 2, 39 | from Him, though I with Him and He with Me are but one 174 2, 39 | because I am one thing with Him, and I will manifest to 175 2, 39 | means of Myself, Me and Him. The third reason was, because 176 2, 40 | excellent is the state of him who has attained to the 177 2, 41 | expecting any return from him, and what you do to him, 178 2, 41 | him, and what you do to him, I count as done to Me, 179 2, 41 | judging that Paul persecuted Him in His faithful. This love 180 2, 41 | feels pain if it appear to him that the object of his love 181 2, 41 | conversation turned aside from him, or himself deprived of 182 3, 2 | which is never withheld from him who will receive it) gave 183 3, 2 | and who I am, who offend Him.' Then the Devil, not being 184 3, 2 | neighbor, if the soul see him to be in need, and also 185 3, 5 | that I shall not say to him, in My Divine Justice: ' 186 3, 6 | privation, and I take from him the goods of the world that 187 3, 8 | the beginning when I sent Him into the world, terminated 188 3, 8 | I showed you by means of Him, been terminated and ended 189 3, 9 | tasted this good, when I drew him up into the third heaven, 190 3, 9 | to My Goodness to make of him a vessel of election in 191 3, 9 | Trinity, I dispossessed him of Myself, because on Me 192 3, 9 | pain fall, and I wished him to suffer for My name; therefore 193 3, 9 | therefore I placed before him, as an object for the eyes 194 3, 9 | Christ crucified, clothing him with the garment of His 195 3, 9 | doctrine, binding and fettering him with the clemency of the 196 3, 9 | Holy Spirit and inflaming him with the fire of charity. 197 3, 9 | answered when I placed before him Christ crucified, clothing 198 3, 9 | Christ crucified, clothing him with the doctrine of My 199 3, 9 | My charity. I illuminated him perfectly with the light 200 3, 9 | his defects, and founded him in My charity." ~ 201 3, 11 | obedience that I imposed upon Him, ran to the opprobrious 202 3, 12 | For it is necessary for him who is lifted with desire 203 3, 14 | neighbor without being loved by him and without consideration 204 3, 14 | or temporal, but loving him solely for the praise and 205 3, 14 | thing with Me, and I with Him, wherefore His soul was 206 3, 16 | matters; sometimes I give him more time in which to repent, 207 3, 16 | I sometimes do, I grant him the life of grace by means 208 3, 16 | Therefore I alone can satisfy him, and, because he is deprived 209 3, 17 | counsel, how should I teach him? I know, Sweet and Eternal 210 3, 18 | which she longed to serve Him, turned the eye of His benignity 211 3, 19 | and in order to retain Him the more in my soul through 212 3, 19 | me that I should possess Him more, and serve Him better 213 3, 19 | possess Him more, and serve Him better in that way than 214 3, 20 | obedience which was imposed on Him by Me, His Father, not shunning 215 3, 20 | then, promptly, and follow Him, for no one can reach Me, 216 3, 20 | Me, the Father, if not by Him; He is the Way and the Door 217 3, 20 | Jesus, My Truth, follow Him manfully. These are they 218 3, 20 | without murmuring against him who caused the injury, or 219 3, 20 | who caused the injury, or him who received it, because 220 3, 20 | instead of My will acting in him. Such contempt and scandal 221 3, 21 | food which never satiates him who feeds on it, the eater 222 3, 22 | their neighbor, or causing him any scandal or murmuring. 223 3, 23 | that which I have given him to administer, each in his 224 3, 24 | thing with Me and I with Him. My power is not separated 225 3, 24 | Me, the Father, or from Him, the Son; for He is one 226 3, 24 | soul, or by any defect of him who administers it, as I 227 3, 24 | to whoever will receive Him. He remains wholly with 228 3, 24 | with Me, and yet you have Him, whole God and whole man, 229 3, 27 | their neighbor, helping him by the ministration of prayer, 230 3, 28 | intellect to know Me, who gave him both grace and the virtue 231 3, 28 | to which I have elected him: Peter with preaching and 232 3, 28 | mortal sin, to apply to him the ointment of soft words 233 3, 28 | reproof, he would never cure him, but the putrefaction would 234 3, 28 | other members, who, with him, form one body under the 235 3, 28 | evil doing, he would cut him off from the congregation 236 3, 28 | conscience does not reprove him of guilt, does not fear. ~ 237 3, 28 | believed that I being for him, no one could be against 238 3, 28 | no one could be against him; and in the same way the 239 3, 30 | and his body do not accuse him, because he bound sensuality 240 3, 30 | tenderness cannot make war on him, and his conscience remains 241 3, 30 | kept a good guard, warning him when enemies were coming 242 3, 30 | the devils cannot reprove him of sin? Because during his 243 3, 30 | wisdom, yet they come round him to see if they can acquire 244 3, 30 | shapes in order to frighten him with hideous aspect, and 245 3, 30 | soul, their aspect causes him no terror or fear, as it 246 3, 30 | arms of hope and seizing Him with the hands of love, 247 3, 30 | gives good testimony of him to Me, and I justly give 248 3, 30 | to Me, and I justly give him the crown of justice, adorned 249 3, 30 | really now passing through Him, the Door, bathed and drowned 250 3, 31 | conscience that it gnaws him horribly. The disordinate 251 3, 31 | over his reason, accuse him miserably, because then 252 3, 31 | not, and his error brings him to great confusion. ~ 253 3, 31 | wherefore the Devil torments him with infidelity in order 254 3, 31 | infidelity in order to bring him to despair. Oh! how hard 255 3, 31 | that all was counted to him with interest, and that 256 3, 31 | practiced in his life accuses him to his conscience, wherefore 257 3, 31 | that this sin alone leads him to hell, where he is punished 258 3, 31 | that any one should remind him of the sins that he has 259 3, 31 | conscience places them before him, together with the virtues 260 3, 31 | and the pain that comes on him who has lain in the darkness 261 3, 31 | mortal sin. I do not give him this knowledge so that he 262 3, 31 | harm can only be caused to him by sin; but those who have 263 3, 32 | destroy it or refuse it to him who asks for it. Your servants 264 3, 32 | refrain from opening to him who knocks with perseverance. 265 4, 1 | only-begotten Son. So prompt in Him was this virtue, that, in 266 4, 1 | the obedience imposed on him by Me, the Eternal Father. 267 4, 1 | the cause that deprived him of the perfection of obedience, 268 4, 1 | perfection of obedience, giving him instead disobedience, depriving 269 4, 1 | disobedience, depriving him of the life of grace, and 270 4, 1 | Me, the Father, if not by Him.' When He returned to Me, 271 4, 1 | vision most perfectly for Him, which vision you imperfectly 272 4, 1 | the obedience imposed on Him by Me, His Eternal Father. 273 4, 1 | Eternal Father. Wherefore in Him you will find obedience 274 4, 2 | neighbor's detraction of him. This obedience is of such 275 4, 2 | because obedience has ordered him to desire Me alone, who 276 4, 3 | your hate, for you deprive him of your love, whereas you 277 4, 3 | injures you do not love him; but they are to be taken 278 4, 5 | the contrary displeased him, he left as an heirloom 279 4, 5 | his time, thus taking on him the office of My only-begotten 280 4, 5 | Mary? Because Mary gave him his habit -- this office 281 4, 5 | and the heretics hated him so that at last they took 282 4, 5 | die, for I had revealed to him his death, but like a true 283 4, 6 | spouse which charity gives him, together with her sister. 284 4, 6 | plenty of friends who love him for their own profit. From 285 4, 6 | loss which would come to him from temporal possessions 286 4, 6 | spouse, Obedience, given him with the light of faith 287 4, 6 | a man's enemies, causing him to leave the good customs 288 4, 6 | is no one to make war on him, for the soul has cut off 289 4, 6 | No, for obedience causes him to fulfill them. Does the 290 4, 6 | weight of obedience give him pain? No, for he has trampled 291 4, 6 | faith he sees My will in him, believing truly that My 292 4, 6 | that My clemency causes him to command according to 293 4, 6 | which are often cast at him, or to be held at little 294 4, 6 | only thing which saddens him is to see Me, his Creator, 295 4, 6 | aright their order than by him doing so alone. Wherefore 296 4, 6 | and both can and will help him, and open to him the eyes 297 4, 6 | will help him, and open to him the eyes of My kindness, 298 4, 6 | And if it should seem to him that on account of his great 299 4, 6 | with the light which I give him through love, which draws 300 4, 6 | hope nor My providence fail him, but with faith and the 301 4, 6 | than himself he regards him in his eagerness with a 302 4, 6 | holy envy, stealing from him the virtue in which he excels, 303 4, 6 | thieves will come to rob him, or that rust or moths will 304 4, 6 | if anything is given to him, he does not think of laying 305 4, 6 | and injuries inflicted on him by his father, so this child 306 4, 6 | pains, or blows inflicted on him by his superior in the order, 307 4, 6 | in the order, but calling him humbly, turns to him without 308 4, 6 | calling him humbly, turns to him without anger, hatred, or 309 4, 7 | the one for which I repay him a hundredfold. What is the 310 4, 8 | issues from self-love. For him everything is the contrary 311 4, 8 | obedience seems wearisome to him he wishes to disobey in 312 4, 8 | and no one else deceives him but himself. Wishing to 313 4, 8 | the obedience imposed on him, do not please him. He wishes 314 4, 8 | imposed on him, do not please him. He wishes to enjoy delights 315 4, 8 | eternity, but the order wishes him to be a pilgrim, and continually 316 4, 8 | continually proves it to him; for when he is in a nice 317 4, 8 | elsewhere, and the change gives him pain, for his will was active 318 4, 8 | his blindness does not let him know the road of true obedience, 319 4, 8 | disobedience, which prevents him seeing his misery, wherefore 320 4, 8 | is the fruit which kills him, depriving him of the light 321 4, 8 | which kills him, depriving him of the light of grace, and 322 4, 8 | light of grace, and giving him eternal death. And what 323 4, 8 | irreverently and reproving him. You can not endure your 324 4, 8 | anger and hatred against him, judging that to be done 325 4, 8 | observance of his order, to drown him in the sea, making him swim 326 4, 8 | drown him in the sea, making him swim in the strength of 327 4, 8 | order. Disobedience clothes him with every misery, causes 328 4, 8 | with every misery, causes him to die of hunger, taking 329 4, 8 | hunger, taking away from him the food of the merit of 330 4, 8 | merit of obedience, it gives him continual bitterness, depriving 331 4, 8 | continual bitterness, depriving him of every sweetness and good, 332 4, 8 | sweetness and good, causing him to dwell with every evil 333 4, 8 | every evil in life it gives him the earnest of cruel torments 334 4, 9 | to Me, My clemency gave him a proof by writing the other 335 4, 9 | prove his patience, sent him away with harsh words, saying: ' 336 4, 9 | is a source of merit to him. If he eats, obedience is 337 4, 9 | has slain and cast from him his humbled self-will, and 338 4, 9 | taken all darkness from him; he remains strong and firm, 339 4, 9 | the obedience imposed on Him by Me, His Eternal Father, 340 4, 9 | that which was promised him at his death by his superior, 341 4, 9 | in which it is given to him. Thus, then, the obedient 342 4, 11 | majesty and gave thanks to Him, saying, "Thanks, thanks 343 Lette, 0| circumstances she might not offend Him. But all these things did 344 Lette, 0| Lord had given her, to love Him alone, repeating many of


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