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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| moyen age enorme et delicat, has suffered more at the hands 2 Intro, 0| task is not over when he has disinterred facts and established 3 Intro, 0| perhaps no succeeding period has been. In modern times the 4 Intro, 0| or the "Rights of Man" has largely taken the place 5 Intro, 0| insufficient criticism that has led some to suppose that 6 Intro, 0| truth. Probably at no period has the Christian conscience 7 Intro, 0| commerce, war, and politics, has, fortunately for the more 8 Intro, 0| matters. Its worldly ruin has been complete for more than 9 Intro, 0| years; in truth the town has never recovered from the 10 Intro, 0| Guelf party in Tuscany, has now, after centuries of 11 Intro, 0| architectural degradation which has overtaken Florence at the 12 Intro, 0| hands of her modern rulers has been as yet, in great measure, 13 Intro, 0| Siena. Even the railway has had the grace to conceal 14 Intro, 0| of suffering at least she has been made eternal. And not 15 Intro, 0| Benincasa, a dyer. Part of it has now been converted into 16 Intro, 0| beautiful vision which, as it has an important symbolical 17 Intro, 0| married to one Niccolò, as has been mentioned above, in 18 Intro, 0| Great. Seldom, if ever, has the papal dignity been sustained 19 Intro, 0| and arbiter. So much as has been said was, however, 20 Intro, 0| of the air, St. Catherine has taken a permanent and foremost 21 Intro, 0| its production, this work has a special interest. ~ 22 Intro, 0| the keen logic of one who has experienced and triumphed 23 Intro, 0| literature of this subject has fallen into the hands of 24 Intro, 0| Venetian editor. My aim has been to translate as literally 25 Intro, 0| of today. St. Catherine has no style as such; she introduces 26 1, 1 | love, and only when she has attained love, can she strive 27 1, 3 | her own sins, which she has committed against Me her 28 1, 4 | virtue is of value, and has life in itself, through 29 1, 4 | Son, in so far as the soul has drawn her love from Him, 30 1, 4 | fattens her; for since she has known My truth, and her 31 1, 4 | which, with such sweetness, has restored them. ~ 32 1, 4 | how little stability it has, and may come to lift their 33 1, 4 | hands of his free will, he has covered his heart, as it 34 1, 4 | use his free will while he has time, praying for the Blood 35 1, 4 | imprint of the Blood which has been paid for him. But, 36 1, 4 | until the time be past, he has no remedy, because he has 37 1, 4 | has no remedy, because he has not used the dowry which 38 1, 4 | the devil, if he choose, has a right to seize on everything 39 1, 4 | seize on everything that he has acquired in this life. And, 40 1, 4 | with these miseries, he has obscured his intellect by 41 1, 5 | patience is united with love as has been said. Therefore bear 42 1, 6 | from the charity which he has through love of Me. And 43 1, 6 | not do this, because he has no love towards his neighbor; 44 1, 6 | already done when the sinner has conceived pleasure in the 45 1, 6 | sensual self-love, which has deprived him of the affection 46 1, 6 | Me, and his neighbor, as has been said. And, after he 47 1, 6 | been said. And, after he has conceived, he brings forth 48 1, 6 | Cruelty towards the body has its origin in cupidity, 49 1, 7 | root of self-love, which has poisoned the entire world, 50 1, 7 | many benefits which she has received from Me, all of 51 1, 7 | the knowledge which she has obtained of herself, knowing 52 1, 7 | true knowledge. When she has recognized My goodness, 53 1, 7 | medium of virtue, which she has conceived through love of 54 1, 7 | of virtue; and, when she has thus conceived by the affection 55 1, 7 | she act out the truth she has conceived in herself, but, 56 1, 7 | When she has discovered the advantage 57 1, 7 | strives, inasmuch as she has done good to herself by 58 1, 7 | of virtue, from which she has drawn the life of grace, 59 1, 7 | particular. Wherefore, when she has discovered, through the 60 1, 7 | other virtues, which, as has been said, are all bound 61 1, 8 | service, the love which he has towards Me. ~ 62 1, 8 | faith or the hope of him who has conceived his faith and 63 2, 1 | principally in the penance she has undertaken, her perfection 64 2, 1 | and, wedding with charity, has indeed many other descendants, 65 2, 1 | descendants, as a tree which has many branches; but that 66 2, 1 | which she sees and knows she has received from Me; and rendering 67 2, 1 | being, which she knows she has received by grace from Me, 68 2, 1 | every other grace which she has received besides. ~ 69 2, 1 | and negligent, in that she has not made the most of her 70 2, 1 | time, and the graces she has received, and so seems to 71 2, 2 | inasmuch as the circumference has neither end nor beginning, 72 2, 2 | they are all united, as has been said above." ~ 73 2, 3 | like a word, which, when it has issued from the mouth, is 74 2, 3 | complete an action which she has begun, or, as may frequently 75 2, 3 | one should judge that he has greater perfection, because 76 2, 3 | Wherefore she has trampled on the world, and 77 2, 3 | by the virtue of love, as has been said, and then are 78 2, 3 | neighbor, even as a woman, who has conceived a child, if she 79 2, 3 | now that, in truth, she has not conceived virtue at 80 2, 4 | and the loss of souls, as has been said more fully above. 81 2, 4 | the image of God, and this has been given her by grace, 82 2, 4 | that which his intellect has seen and known of Your truth, 83 2, 4 | have become man, and man has become God. By this ineffable 84 2, 5 | marvel, and see how My spouse has defiled her face, and become 85 2, 5 | and defect inasmuch as he has befouled his mind and body 86 2, 5 | impurity and misery, and has been so cruel to himself 87 2, 5 | himself and his neighbor. He has used cruelty to himself, 88 2, 5 | by Holy Baptism, which has the virtue of communicating 89 2, 5 | original corruption, as has been said, is indeed a source 90 2, 5 | is this liberty that man has, and so strong has this 91 2, 5 | that man has, and so strong has this liberty been made by 92 2, 5 | without his free consent. He has been redeemed from slavery, 93 2, 5 | this great benefit which he has received from Me! A benefit 94 2, 6 | examine, you will see that man has become God, and God has 95 2, 6 | has become God, and God has become man, through the 96 2, 9 | and the desire which it has conceived towards You. I 97 2, 10 | How this Bridge has three steps, which signify 98 2, 10 | Bridge, My only-begotten Son, has three steps, of which two 99 2, 10 | from the terrible war she has been waging with her sin. 100 2, 10 | tastes peace. So the Bridge has three steps, in order that, 101 2, 10 | Him. Secondly, everything has been created for the service 102 2, 10 | and the rational creature has not been made for them, 103 2, 10 | because everything else has been made for him. It was 104 2, 11 | there is no virtue which has not been proved in Him, 105 2, 11 | footsteps of His doctrine. He has built a wall of the virtues, 106 2, 11 | for this reason My love has ordained that the Blood 107 2, 11 | hunger, because the Truth has become your food, nor fall 108 2, 11 | through death, by which he has to leave them, or through 109 2, 12 | participates in that good which has been prepared for him in 110 2, 13 | life of the Truth. What has now remained of all this, 111 2, 13 | His doctrine is true, and has remained like a lifeboat 112 2, 13 | road of His doctrine, as has been said, His doctrine 113 2, 13 | the light of faith which has been given you as a principle 114 2, 14 | of Your Holy Church. What has done this? Your Mercy. Oh, 115 2, 15 | that is, their intellect has no object before it but 116 2, 15 | in whom only free-will has remained (which remains 117 2, 15 | can he help himself; he has become insupportable to 118 2, 15 | tree of death, because he has not drawn life from grace. 119 2, 15 | grateful for the benefits she has received, she would know 120 2, 16 | and false Christian, who has lost grace by sin." ~ 121 2, 17 | to it. It is a root which has many branches, and the principal 122 2, 17 | with his tongue, while he has another in his heart, and 123 2, 17 | affection of love. Now she has separated herself from Me, 124 2, 17 | creatures more than Me, and has made a god of herself, persecuting 125 2, 19 | have become nothing; it has deprived you of life, and 126 2, 20 | of virtue, and this truth has not been shown them by an 127 2, 20 | Incarnate Word of My Truth has been given to them with 128 2, 20 | of My Truth. Thus no one has any excuse, because both 129 2, 20 | sail of your own will set, has led you along the underway 130 2, 20 | a running stream, and so has brought you with himself 131 2, 21 | condemnation, for the soul has arrived at the end, where 132 2, 21 | seeing that her own sin has brought her into so great 133 2, 21 | false judgment which she has practiced generally in all 134 2, 21 | other sins that the soul has committed. Wherefore the 135 2, 21 | devils whom My judgment has appointed to torment those 136 2, 25 | and being satisfied, she has hunger, but the tediousness 137 2, 25 | that soul, which good she has received through My goodness. ~ 138 2, 26 | the body, because the body has been the companion and instrument 139 2, 26 | to Eternal Damnation, as has been said, as the elect 140 2, 27 | to these thoughts. And he has seen that My love permits 141 2, 27 | prove virtue in you (for he has not love), but rather to 142 2, 27 | that is, to that which he has, and, blinding them with 143 2, 28 | face. But after the soul has left the weight of the body, 144 2, 28 | wherefore desiring she has, and having she desires. 145 2, 28 | Me, possesses. This eye has the pupil of the most holy 146 2, 28 | see, except as a man who has the form of the eye, but 147 2, 28 | form of the eye, but who has covered the pupil (which 148 2, 28 | is faith, and if the soul has covered it with the cloth 149 2, 28 | she does not see, but only has the form of the eye without 150 2, 28 | without the light, because she has hidden it. Thus you see, 151 2, 28 | no more; and, when time has passed labor is ended, therefore 152 2, 30 | indignity into which she has fallen through sin. In the 153 2, 33 | to Me and drink.' He who has no thirst will not persevere, 154 2, 33 | excluded, for, unless a man has a companion, I cannot be 155 2, 33 | virtue. He then finds that he has attained to the second step -- 156 2, 37 | acts imperfectly, for she has not yet unwound the bandage 157 2, 37 | known Him.' The soul who has climbed this step with servile 158 2, 37 | revealed to a friend, who has become one thing with his 159 2, 39 | then, mean, the Father has manifested Himself to Me, 160 2, 40 | is the state of him who has attained to the love of 161 2, 40 | the foot of affection, he has reached the secret of the 162 2, 40 | how a man may know if he has become a friend. And first 163 2, 40 | this perfection, after she has risen from the guilt of 164 2, 41 | away the vessel which he has filled at the fountain and 165 2, 41 | because the root of self-love has not been properly dug out. 166 2, 41 | Christ crucified, which she has found on her journey across 167 3, 1 | When the soul has passed through the doctrine 168 3, 1 | and hatred of vice, and has arrived at the house of 169 3, 1 | from the desire, which she has, of arriving at pure and 170 3, 2 | would come the Devil, who has caused it, under color of 171 3, 2 | my Creator that my life has indeed been passed in darkness, 172 3, 2 | resolved to say, but if she has not time to complete them, 173 3, 2 | with prayer, and when she has arrived at friendly and 174 3, 3 | which she does after she has attained to friendly and 175 3, 4 | which the soul knows she has arrived at perfect love. ~ 176 3, 4 | My Name. So the soul, who has awaited Me in self-knowledge 177 3, 4 | her own consolations, as has been said, and she knows 178 3, 4 | those virtues which she has conceived through affection 179 3, 5 | baptism of water, which has virtue through the Blood, 180 3, 5 | blood, shed for Me, which has virtue through My Blood, 181 3, 8 | How the soul, after she has passed through this life, 182 3, 8 | denuded of the body and has reached Me, her End, sees 183 3, 8 | suffer pain, because it has that which it desired to 184 3, 11 | the eye of the intellect has received supernatural light, 185 3, 11 | perfect light. And everyone has had the illumination of 186 3, 11 | one can only offer what he has himself, and, because of 187 3, 14 | But, inasmuch as she has not yet arrived at great 188 3, 14 | not sensual love, for that has already been removed, as 189 3, 14 | already been removed, as has been said, but it is a spiritual 190 3, 14 | glorious is that soul who has indeed been able to pass 191 3, 14 | goodness and greatness, for she has seen and tasted the bitterness 192 3, 14 | the diverse graces each has received from Me, to be 193 3, 14 | glory of My Name, because he has been loved by Me. ~ 194 3, 14 | it be preserved when it has been reached if the soul 195 3, 14 | affection from which it has been developed, the affection 196 3, 14 | because this further state has been reached, for this further 197 3, 14 | through the union which she has attained with Me. ~ 198 3, 15 | separated from the body and has reached Me, her End, she 199 3, 15 | love her neighbor, for love has entered into her like a 200 3, 15 | ever losing that which she has so long desired; but, in 201 3, 15 | but the affection of love has drawn to itself the fruit 202 3, 15 | your furnace. The water has not really been taken out 203 3, 15 | but the heat of the fire has consumed it and drawn it 204 3, 16 | to merit eternal life, as has been said, but My Justice, 205 3, 16 | I say that this tree has seven branches drooping 206 3, 16 | tree of self-love, which he has made the principle of all 207 3, 17 | does the greater penance has the higher perfection? I 208 3, 18 | prove the love which she has for Me, her Creator. How 209 3, 18 | against herself. This law has also been imposed in order 210 3, 18 | persons must possess, as has been said, for, without 211 3, 18 | also need this light, as has been said." ~ 212 3, 19 | When the soul has arrived at the attainment 213 3, 19 | general light, which she has acquired through My Grace, 214 3, 20 | works done by the soul who has arrived at this light. And 215 3, 20 | When therefore the soul has arrived at seeing, knowing, 216 3, 20 | temporal, but, like one who has placed his all in this light 217 3, 20 | light and knowledge, and has destroyed his own will, 218 3, 20 | is not disordinate, but has been ordered in Me, the 219 3, 20 | order to judge, but, as has been said, with holy compassion. 220 3, 20 | hatred which his judgment has conceived against his neighbor. ~ 221 3, 20 | only My will, which, as has been said, wishes nothing 222 3, 21 | through the certitude which he has of reaching the completion 223 3, 21 | because the soul who tastes it has not, as yet, the perfection 224 3, 21 | offense of her neighbor. She has indeed, in a sense, a perfect 225 3, 21 | Me, Eternal Life, for, as has been said, their desires 226 3, 21 | towards Me, clothed, as has been said, in My sweet Will, 227 3, 22 | know, from seeing what it has pleased You to manifest, 228 3, 23 | way, according to what he has received and will receive 229 3, 24 | have become man, and man has become God by the union 230 3, 24 | This is that Light, which has the color of your humanity, 231 3, 24 | diminish -- and yet each person has it all. It is true that 232 3, 24 | whose candle weighs an ounce has less of the light than he 233 3, 24 | given to you through love, has received the right disposition 234 3, 24 | can increase in love, as has been said, coming with love 235 3, 24 | It cannot be divided, as has been said, either on account 236 3, 24 | a candle on which water has fallen, which can do nothing 237 3, 24 | the flame, for no sooner has the fire touched it, than 238 3, 24 | but smoke; so this soul has cast the water of guilt 239 3, 24 | received in holy baptism, which has drenched the wick of the 240 3, 25 | the eye of the intellect has recognized in this Sacrament. 241 3, 25 | to herself that which she has seen and known through faith. 242 3, 25 | the eye of her intellect has seen with the pupil of holy 243 3, 25 | your soul in the way that has been said, to receive, and 244 3, 26 | grace dwells, for, since she has received this Bread of Life 245 3, 26 | the hot wax upon which it has been impressed, leaves behind 246 3, 26 | the eye of your intellect has been illuminated to see 247 3, 26 | imprint remains, when the seal has been taken away, that is, 248 3, 26 | consumed, this True Sun has returned to Its Center, 249 3, 26 | desire for your salvation has given you, through My dispensation 250 3, 27 | Church. The angel himself has no such dignity, for I have 251 3, 28 | Himself the undivided Sun, as has been said, and all the Sacraments 252 3, 28 | placed in a different rank, has administered, according 253 3, 28 | and he who is in grace has illuminated the eye of his 254 3, 28 | another place, and each one has given light in the holy 255 3, 29 | the Sun to administer, as has been said, and perfect priests 256 3, 30 | with love of virtue. He has entirely lost all tenderness 257 3, 30 | in the Blood in which he has found mercy; and as he lived 258 3, 30 | devils, seeing that the soul has entered into the Blood with 259 3, 30 | ask Me, whether one who has no science can attain to 260 3, 30 | honor. For just as everyone has the office of remaining 261 3, 30 | virtue they receive, as has been said, more than others. 262 3, 30 | of the fruit which love has drawn from the virtues. 263 3, 30 | of love according as he has measured to Me." ~ 264 3, 31 | with the arm of My mercy has a hope in mercy, but rather 265 3, 31 | hope in mercy, but rather has presumption), there is not 266 3, 31 | the other sins which he has committed; whereas had he 267 3, 31 | of self-love, from which has proceeded their every sin, 268 3, 31 | him of the sins that he has committed, for his conscience 269 3, 31 | pain that comes on him who has lain in the darkness of 270 3, 31 | to say, the just man, who has lived in ardent charity, 271 3, 31 | not. For the whole world has thus become corrupt, they 272 3, 32 | and the more of You she has, the more she seeks -- and 273 3, 32 | Supreme and Eternal Good, who has moved You, Infinite God, 274 3, 32 | which light, according as it has pleased You to manifest 275 4, 1 | the mother of patience, has given her as a sister to 276 4, 1 | have neither. This virtue has a nurse who feeds her, that 277 4, 1 | without perceiving it. For He has cast from Himself the darkness 278 4, 2 | to obey. So that each man has in his own person that very 279 4, 2 | satisfied, because obedience has ordered him to desire Me 280 4, 2 | too long to relate, he who has chosen as spouse Queen Obedience, 281 4, 3 | this, dearest daughter, has been done by My goodness 282 4, 3 | should hope as long as he has life, he should not put 283 4, 3 | disobedient they are impatient, as has been said, and in their 284 4, 3 | intolerable pain, for it has seduced them from the way 285 4, 3 | who taste it truly. What has placed them in so blessed 286 4, 3 | which the key of obedience has lost its rust, so that, 287 4, 3 | virtue of the blood, it has been able to unlock the 288 4, 3 | neighbor as yourself. No gloss has been put upon these words 289 4, 5 | The soul who with love has submitted to the yoke of 290 4, 5 | virtuously exercising herself, as has been said, in this general 291 4, 5 | holy religion -- which has been founded by the Holy 292 4, 5 | the stench of self-love has entered and caused each 293 4, 5 | their temporal substance has failed, and the more they 294 4, 5 | thought or deed; so that he has rigged his ship with the 295 4, 5 | was specially his own, as has been said, and Dominic with 296 4, 6 | Humility is not alone but has the handmaid of contempt 297 4, 6 | Self-hatred, and when she has entered she possesses peace 298 4, 6 | traditions of his order. He has also those other cruel enemies, 299 4, 6 | war on him, for the soul has cut off from herself that 300 4, 6 | give him pain? No, for he has trampled on his own will, 301 4, 6 | little worth? No, for he has conceived love for self- 302 4, 6 | brotherly love which he has in his heart towards them 303 4, 6 | dwelling thus in his cell as has been said, and avoiding 304 4, 6 | reason to remain without, he has abandoned his temporal substance, 305 4, 6 | and not of clothes; he has no fear that thieves will 306 4, 7 | number of a hundred (as has been said). And because 307 4, 8 | daughter, to see one who has once taken the key of obedience 308 4, 8 | disobedience, to which he has made himself a slave, for 309 4, 8 | for of disobedience he has made his mistress with her 310 4, 8 | pleasure, which pride (as has been said) issues from self-love. 311 4, 8 | body, and not in mind; he has quitted it in desire, not 312 4, 8 | he does not see, for he has darkened his light with 313 4, 8 | cloud of self-love, whence has come his disobedience, which 314 4, 8 | planted in pride, which he has drawn from self-love. Wherefore 315 4, 8 | body living in pain. Why has your brother displeased 316 4, 8 | which he is obliged. He has no fraternal charity, because 317 4, 9 | of the miracles which God has performed by means of this 318 4, 9 | obedience is so prompt, and has become, as it were, so incarnate 319 4, 9 | faith, with which light he has slain and cast from him 320 4, 9 | guided by his superior, he has navigated the tempestuous 321 4, 9 | Blood, in which the Word has shown her, My Truth, and 322 4, 11 | love of my neighbor. What has constrained me? Not my virtues, 323 4, 11 | doctrine of truth, which has been a special grace over 324 Lette, 0| natural; for it seems that God has given permission to the


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