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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| at the hands of friends or foes. It is at least certain 2 Intro, 0| personality who may awaken love or hatred, but cannot be passed 3 Intro, 0| illustrative of a course of policy or of the character of those 4 Intro, 0| abstraction such as "Capital" or the "Rights of Man" has 5 Intro, 0| than by the superior skill or strength of an individual 6 Intro, 0| conscience of Christendom solely, or even primarily, as an arbitrary 7 Intro, 0| we have the millionaire or the philanthropist. Now 8 Intro, 0| message was one of warning or correction to the hierarchy. 9 Intro, 0| out of their hermitages or cloisters, and with lips 10 Intro, 0| the control of inquisitor or guards; the Pope had to 11 Intro, 0| the slopes of the hills or with its crenellated wall 12 Intro, 0| his ideal of an Augustine or a Loyola, or of the heroic 13 Intro, 0| an Augustine or a Loyola, or of the heroic courage of 14 Intro, 0| saintly babies play at hermits or monasteries instead of the 15 Intro, 0| frequently carry her up or down without letting her 16 Intro, 0| their houses on some pretext or other. Sent one morning 17 Intro, 0| order to carry something or give some message from their 18 Intro, 0| ever led so active a life or have succeeded in leaving 19 Intro, 0| them, in the condemned cell or in the hospital ward. She 20 Intro, 0| Ubi Petrus ibi Ecclesia, or, as the Avignonese doctors 21 Intro, 0| in the cause of learning, or the energy with which he 22 Intro, 0| numerous. The Fraticelli or Spiritual Franciscans, although 23 Intro, 0| that of any heretics before or since. It amounted to belief 24 Intro, 0| preoccupations. For good or ill, it had come to be essential 25 Intro, 0| God for his own pleasure or profit! The special snares 26 Intro, 0| Christian life, healthy or parasitic, is treated of, 27 Intro, 0| hands of a class of writers, or rather purveyors, well-intentioned 28 Intro, 0| printed of the Dialogo. Once or twice I have preferred the 29 1, 1 | such a taste of the truth, or so brilliant a light therefrom, 30 1, 1 | whether in doctrine, example, or prayer, to her neighbor, 31 1, 3 | sufficient for punishment or recompense without the perpetual 32 1, 3 | which the soul endures, or can endure, in this life, 33 1, 3 | grieve when they offend Me, or see Me offended, their every 34 1, 3 | pain, whether spiritual or corporeal, from wherever 35 1, 3 | valid, either as punishment or recompense, without the 36 1, 4 | however, a pain which afflicts or dries up the soul, but one 37 1, 4 | receiving it humbly in greater or less degree, according to 38 1, 4 | Infinite Good, in greater or less degree, according to 39 1, 4 | to Me with humble voice, or without continual prayers 40 1, 5 | for Me in whatever mode or circumstance I may send 41 1, 6 | approaches him, with love or in conversation, is poisoned. ~ 42 1, 6 | committed either secret or open. A secret sin is when 43 1, 7 | without the medium of herself or of any advantage accruing 44 1, 7 | world in general, and more or less in a particular case 45 1, 7 | faith, to another prudence or temperance, or patience, 46 1, 7 | prudence or temperance, or patience, to another fortitude. 47 1, 7 | from Me. Whether man will or no, he cannot help making 48 1, 8 | does not diminish the faith or the hope of him who has 49 1, 8 | not faithfully love Me, or because he does not constantly 50 1, 8 | who, whether by injuries or by flattery, constantly 51 2, 1 | is, with an exterior act, or with diverse and varied 52 2, 1 | the virtue of discretion, or any fruit of life, if it 53 2, 1 | that of a noble, a prelate, or a servant, if he have this 54 2, 3 | joined with the affection or love, in which case it would 55 2, 3 | placed in penance only, or in any exterior corporal 56 2, 3 | action which she has begun, or, as may frequently happen, 57 2, 3 | will be obliged, some time or other, to leave them, and 58 2, 3 | the whole world from Hell, or to obtain one great virtue, 59 2, 3 | not be a rightly ordered or discreet love, but rather 60 2, 5 | increase in herself grace, more or less, according as it pleases 61 2, 5 | make choice either of good or evil, according as it pleases 62 2, 5 | glorious Blood, that no demon or creature can constrain him 63 2, 9 | no debt that You owed us, or need that You had of us? 64 2, 10 | performs, whether in deed or thought, are pleasing, and 65 2, 11 | which he has to leave them, or through my disposition, 66 2, 12 | without any refreshment or advantage. Wherefore, through 67 2, 13 | road cannot be destroyed or taken away from him who 68 2, 15 | which can have no feeling or movement of itself, but 69 2, 17 | not be cruel to themselves or to their neighbor; on the 70 2, 17 | happiness out of his own or others' good. How will these 71 2, 20 | saints who, by one thing or another, have been tormented. 72 2, 22 | deprived of Me, and more or less according to the gravity 73 2, 24 | great that they cannot will or desire any good, but they 74 2, 24 | he did not do out of love or compassion for his brothers, 75 2, 24 | good, either for My honor or their salvation, because, 76 2, 25 | good. Not that her vessel or theirs can increase, nor 77 2, 25 | with Mine, that a father or a mother seeing their son, 78 2, 25 | mother seeing their son, or a son seeing his father 79 2, 25 | a son seeing his father or his mother in Hell, do not 80 2, 25 | not seem to them terrible, or full of hatred, because 81 2, 26 | pleased. Every work, good or bad, is done by means of 82 2, 26 | Devil without any remedy or hope -- each one being wrapped 83 2, 27 | final place either of pain or of glory, before she is 84 2, 27 | one should fear any battle or temptation of the Devil 85 2, 27 | arbitration, can hold it or leave it, according as you 86 2, 27 | if they saw that no good or pleasure to themselves were 87 2, 27 | appearance of some benefit or good; and he gives to everyone 88 2, 27 | blinded and do not know or see the Truth, as, you know, 89 2, 28 | life without pain, bodily or mental. Bodily pain My servants 90 2, 28 | tribulations on man's account, or infirmity, or poverty, or 91 2, 28 | s account, or infirmity, or poverty, or change of worldly 92 2, 28 | or infirmity, or poverty, or change of worldly condition, 93 2, 28 | change of worldly condition, or loss of children, or of 94 2, 28 | condition, or loss of children, or of other much loved creatures ( 95 2, 30 | other, as I told you, good or evil, according to the pleasure 96 2, 30 | with the light of reason or without it. Your reason 97 2, 30 | said: 'When there are two or three or more gathered together 98 2, 30 | When there are two or three or more gathered together in 99 2, 32 | in the most perfect way or by dwelling in the life 100 2, 32 | arise, either of prosperity or adversity, and to persevere 101 2, 33 | fatigue causes him to stop, or pleasure, and he does not 102 2, 33 | together, as it is said, 'two or three or more.' ~ 103 2, 33 | it is said, 'two or three or more.' ~ 104 2, 33 | Why is it said 'two or three or more'? Because 105 2, 33 | is it said 'two or three or more'? Because there are 106 2, 33 | says then: 'If there be two or three or more gathered together 107 2, 33 | If there be two or three or more gathered together in 108 2, 33 | above transitory things, or, if he will still hold them, 109 2, 33 | moved by the tribulations or delights of the world, will 110 2, 33 | with disordinate merriment or with impatience, because 111 2, 36 | one could go by the Bridge or come out of the river without 112 2, 37 | view to their own profit, or the delight and pleasure 113 2, 37 | they see their own profit or consolation withdrawn from 114 2, 37 | from fear of punishment, or to embrace virtue from the 115 2, 37 | no thought for herself, or, at least, in the moment 116 2, 40 | incapable she is of stability or perseverance, thus cutting 117 2, 41 | neighbor, whether spiritual or temporal, should be drunk 118 2, 41 | his love does not satisfy or return his love, or when 119 2, 41 | satisfy or return his love, or when he sees the beloved 120 2, 41 | conversation turned aside from him, or himself deprived of consolation, 121 2, 41 | deprived of consolation, or another loved more than 122 3, 1 | note well) for obedience or charity's sake. For no other 123 3, 2 | the illusion of the Devil or her own fragility, that 124 3, 2 | on account of any thought or movement coming from her 125 3, 2 | coming from her own body, or of the words of any creature. 126 3, 2 | food strengthens little or much, according to the desire 127 3, 2 | he receives sacramentally or virtually. He receives sacramentally 128 3, 2 | sins, either in general or in particular, without also 129 3, 2 | you to afflict yourself or to lament your sins.' And 130 3, 2 | flash of self-knowledge or of contrition for sin, sometimes 131 3, 2 | that account to be troubled or suffer annoyance and confusion 132 3, 2 | arrange as to say it before or after My visitation, so 133 3, 2 | means of holy prayer, little or much, according to the affection 134 3, 2 | are they. Although vocal or mental prayer can be understood 135 3, 2 | may contribute, by words or deeds, towards the salvation 136 3, 2 | whether performed in oneself or in one's neighbor, with 137 3, 6 | to GOD, whether they will or no. ~ 138 3, 6 | whether worldly people will or no, they render glory and 139 3, 6 | that, whether they will or no, worldly people render 140 3, 7 | making them receive injury or be deprived of their property, 141 3, 10 | reward not their well-doing or that the sacrifice of their 142 3, 11 | perfect light, to the gross or subtle mind; and everyone 143 3, 11 | according as he is capable or disposed to know Me, for 144 3, 11 | needed it for his salvation or that of others, or for the 145 3, 11 | salvation or that of others, or for the exposition of the 146 3, 11 | whether she be in the body or out of it; and tastes the 147 3, 12 | not know their Benefactor, or the affection of the love 148 3, 14 | guilt and grief are more or less heavy, according to 149 3, 14 | desires spiritual consolations or loves some creature spiritually. ( 150 3, 14 | loves, that is, internal or external consolation, the 151 3, 14 | and not for any penalty or loss due to herself; for 152 3, 14 | advantage, whether spiritual or temporal, but loving him 153 3, 15 | to no longer yearn for Me or love her neighbor, for love 154 3, 15 | indeed, though without pain or physical weeping, for physical 155 3, 16 | they will not allow to see or know the Truth. The second 156 3, 16 | action which he may see, or for a word he may hear, 157 3, 16 | and he cannot be satisfied or content except in something 158 3, 17 | which I fear that they are, or may become, stumbling-blocks 159 3, 17 | serving You, comes to me, or to some other servant of 160 3, 17 | and the other in darkness? Or, supposing I should see 161 3, 18 | her intellect, cannot hear or know My Truth, wherefore 162 3, 18 | know the evil of her sin or its cause, and therefore 163 3, 18 | and therefore cannot avoid or hate it. ~ 164 3, 18 | virtue, she cannot love or desire either Me, who am 165 3, 18 | who am the Essential Good, or virtue, which I have given 166 3, 19 | acquired through My Grace, or anxiously strive to attain 167 3, 19 | and not these battles, or these temptations of the 168 3, 20 | Father, not shunning labors or insults or withdrawing on 169 3, 20 | shunning labors or insults or withdrawing on account of 170 3, 20 | account of your ingratitude or ignorance of so great a 171 3, 20 | ignorance of so great a benefit, or because of the persecutions 172 3, 20 | persecutions of the Jews, or on account of the insults, 173 3, 20 | consolation either spiritual or temporal, but, like one 174 3, 20 | no reward, either from Me or from creatures, because 175 3, 20 | so that it may not seek or wish anything else than 176 3, 20 | himself judge of My servants, or of any rational creature, 177 3, 20 | judgments, either on My servants or the servants of the world, 178 3, 20 | either for their own sake or that of others. That is 179 3, 20 | him who caused the injury, or him who received it, because 180 3, 20 | anything that you may see done or said by any creature whatsoever, 181 3, 20 | whatsoever, either to yourself or to others. My will alone 182 3, 20 | should see evident sins or defects, draw out of those 183 3, 20 | scandalized, either in Me or in your neighbor. Otherwise 184 3, 20 | deprives a man of grace, more or less according to the gravity 185 3, 20 | everything which I give or permit to happen to you, 186 3, 21 | feeling pain in herself, or in others. In herself, through 187 3, 22 | being deceived by the Devil or ourselves! What moved you 188 3, 22 | judgment on their neighbor, or causing him any scandal 189 3, 22 | causing him any scandal or murmuring. And I pray You, 190 3, 23 | not sin through ignorance or negligence; for a fault 191 3, 23 | desires, but do not you fail, or they either, in your hope 192 3, 24 | that He cannot be separated or divided from Me, as in the 193 3, 24 | Spirit from Me, the Father, or from Him, the Son; for He 194 3, 24 | Body without the Blood, or the Blood or the Body without 195 3, 24 | the Blood, or the Blood or the Body without the Soul 196 3, 24 | nature, either by death or from any other cause. So 197 3, 24 | everyone participates more or less in this light, according 198 3, 24 | weighing an ounce, others two or six ounces, or a pound, 199 3, 24 | others two or six ounces, or a pound, or even more, and 200 3, 24 | six ounces, or a pound, or even more, and light them 201 3, 24 | each candle, whether large or small, is the whole light, 202 3, 24 | inside it, which cannot burn or receive light, if you have 203 3, 24 | that the soul becomes more or less lighted according to 204 3, 24 | imperfection of yours who receive, or of the minister; but you 205 3, 24 | receives the Sacrament, or by any defect which may 206 3, 24 | which may be in the soul, or by any defect of him who 207 3, 24 | cannot be defiled, divided, or diminished in any way, nor 208 3, 27 | darkness of mortal sin, or defile the face of their 209 3, 27 | wallow in the mire of filth, or to be inflated by pride, 210 3, 27 | seeking great prelacies, or to be cruel to themselves 211 3, 27 | to be cruel to themselves or to their fellow-creatures, 212 3, 28 | warmth, and color of grace, or none at all. A man in mortal 213 3, 28 | reproof and penance, little or much, according to the graveness 214 3, 28 | wound. So, were the prelate, or any other lord having subjects, 215 3, 28 | fear to lose their position or their temporal goods, or 216 3, 28 | or their temporal goods, or their prelacy, they do not 217 3, 28 | own sensitive self-love, or by their desire for lordship 218 3, 28 | others, because the same or greater ones are their own. 219 3, 28 | them is no darkness of sin, or of ignorance, because they 220 3, 28 | does not desire lordship or prelacy will not fear to 221 3, 28 | and cared not for scorn or villainies, or the detractions 222 3, 28 | for scorn or villainies, or the detractions of men, 223 3, 28 | the detractions of men, or insult, or opprobrium, or 224 3, 28 | detractions of men, or insult, or opprobrium, or pain, or 225 3, 28 | or insult, or opprobrium, or pain, or torment. ~ 226 3, 28 | or opprobrium, or pain, or torment. ~ 227 3, 28 | holy Church, not fearing, or caring if for them and their 228 3, 28 | to them, either spiritual or temporal. ~ 229 3, 28 | if he thinks by his labor or solicitude to keep it, because 230 3, 28 | Cross, not fleeing from or refusing any labor, but 231 3, 29 | priests, whether they are good or bad. ~ 232 3, 30 | just man's death is greater or less according to the perfection 233 3, 30 | whether the stranger be friend or enemy. To a friend, that 234 3, 30 | aspect causes him no terror or fear, as it would do to 235 3, 30 | love in any fellow-creature or in any created thing; having 236 3, 30 | have not been negligent or ignorant, but have solicitously 237 3, 30 | do not give them trouble or any fear, because in them 238 3, 30 | not cause them darkness or disquietude. So thus they 239 3, 31 | you have given prelacies or any charge of souls unjustly 240 3, 31 | the Devil causes no harm or fear, for fear and harm 241 3, 31 | on that account to do so, or that their sins are excused 242 3, 32 | man knows not how to ask or desire as much as You can 243 3, 32 | should ever grow weary, or my eyes fail through tears, 244 3, 32 | wherefore You can not destroy it or refuse it to him who asks 245 4, 1 | of grace and truly love or not. Wherefore charity, 246 4, 1 | Either you have them both or you have neither. This virtue 247 4, 1 | enlightened cannot stumble, or be caused to fall, without 248 4, 2 | that you cannot observe or transgress one without observing 249 4, 2 | transgress one without observing or transgressing all. He who 250 4, 2 | mortal sin, you can walk? or that without a key you can 251 4, 2 | without wearing this girdle, or fastening the key to it 252 4, 2 | a little extra fatigue, or mental or corporal tribulation, 253 4, 2 | extra fatigue, or mental or corporal tribulation, and 254 4, 3 | longer in such darkness or cold, but observe obedience 255 4, 4 | obedience in holy religion, or, without entering religion, 256 4, 5 | afterwards turned back, or remained in the order with 257 4, 5 | necessities either temporal or spiritual, for if he is 258 4, 5 | possessions, either privately or in community, as a sign 259 4, 5 | continence, either in thought or deed; so that he has rigged 260 4, 5 | another, yet all perfect or imperfect live well in this 261 4, 6 | neck; whether they wish to or not, they cast from them 262 4, 6 | not constrain his appetite or strip himself of temporal 263 4, 6 | either the nurse of humility or her sister, self-contempt, 264 4, 6 | nobles, without watching or prayer. This and many other 265 4, 6 | if sometimes from shame or through lack of means they 266 4, 6 | is that whether he will or no he should not leave the 267 4, 6 | does not care to examine or judge the will of his superior, 268 4, 6 | humble duties of the order or to endure the mockeries, 269 4, 6 | which are often cast at him, or to be held at little worth? 270 4, 6 | whether they be with just men or with sinners, through his 271 4, 6 | examine by reason the thoughts or opinions of his heart, but 272 4, 6 | he recites vocal prayers, or busies himself with some 273 4, 6 | thieves will come to rob him, or that rust or moths will 274 4, 6 | to rob him, or that rust or moths will corrupt his garments; 275 4, 6 | obedience in his own way, or to choose his time or place, 276 4, 6 | way, or to choose his time or place, but prefers the way 277 4, 6 | remember the injuries, pains, or blows inflicted on him by 278 4, 6 | him without anger, hatred, or rancor, but with meekness 279 4, 6 | the pricks of their order or superior, exalted by Me, 280 4, 7 | and generous, not narrow or double. A soul wounded by 281 4, 7 | different. She does not serve, or act towards her neighbor 282 4, 7 | never falls into trouble, or the affliction of sadness, 283 4, 7 | the affliction of sadness, or jars with obedience, remains 284 4, 8 | to obey either by force or by love, and it would have 285 4, 8 | observing the regulations or customs of the order, nor 286 4, 8 | good religious in the ship, or that he is in danger of 287 4, 8 | using the leaves of smooth or rough words, speaking irreverently 288 4, 8 | think of laying a table, or of providing food for himself 289 4, 9 | according to the work he does, or the length of time for which 290 4, 9 | those who went at prime or at tierce, and those who 291 4, 9 | rewarded not according to time or work, but according to the 292 4, 9 | for necessity, charity, or obedience. I say this in 293 4, 9 | choir, in the refectory, or his cell? By obedience, 294 4, 9 | good which no one can value or understand, for, being the 295 4, 10 | Me with anxious desire, or rather I caused you to make 296 Lette, 0| bed. Thence, after an hour or two, she would arise afresh, 297 Lette, 0| Sunday, about two hours or more before dawn, a great 298 Lette, 0| given in general to all, or those which Your goodness 299 Lette, 0| examples of the good life or the warnings of salutary 300 Lette, 0| the thought of them only or disposed my will to love 301 Lette, 0| were able to catch one or two now or again, passing 302 Lette, 0| to catch one or two now or again, passing them on from


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