Table of Contents | Words: Alphabetical - Frequency - Inverse - Length - Statistics | Help | IntraText Library
Alphabetical    [«  »]
assuredly 2
astounded 1
astute 2
at 295
atmosphere 1
attached 3
attack 2
Frequency    [«  »]
302 or
299 truth
297 was
295 at
288 all
282 life
278 do
St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

IntraText - Concordances

at

    Chapter, Paragraph
1 Intro, 0| delicat, has suffered more at the hands of friends or 2 Intro, 0| of friends or foes. It is at least certain that the medieval 3 Intro, 0| differ, in every country now at a certain level of education, 4 Intro, 0| even Napoleon was conquered at last rather by a conspiracy 5 Intro, 0| understand the state of Europe at any particular moment of 6 Intro, 0| individuals who happened, at the time, to be the political 7 Intro, 0| The Father of Christendom, at once Priest and King, anointed 8 Intro, 0| Last Judgment" by Angelico at Florence, the ministers 9 Intro, 0| from the truth. Probably at no period has the Christian 10 Intro, 0| well as subjects, would at the last be judged. When 11 Intro, 0| the Holy Office, alarmed at the novelty, imprisoned 12 Intro, 0| being overcome with devotion at the sight of the Vicar of 13 Intro, 0| to have been justified, at perilous odds, of her children. . . . * * * ~ 14 Intro, 0| ancient walls, suddenly, at a turn in the road, on one 15 Intro, 0| gives its present population at less than 23,000. The free 16 Intro, 0| with the help of Pisa, at Monte Aperto, the combined 17 Intro, 0| of an Italian Prefettura. At least the architectural 18 Intro, 0| which has overtaken Florence at the hands of her modern 19 Intro, 0| architecture of the Renaissance at its prime, like the Palazzo 20 Intro, 0| her moment of suffering at least she has been made 21 Intro, 0| St. Catherine was born at the same time as a twin-sister, 22 Intro, 0| pathetically human. The hymn at Lauds for the Feast of the 23 Intro, 0| other saintly babies play at hermits or monasteries instead 24 Intro, 0| canonized brothers and sisters. At the age of five it was her 25 Intro, 0| and repeat a "Hail Mary" at each step, a devotion so 26 Intro, 0| Catherine, being arrived at the age of six, went one 27 Intro, 0| evangelist John. Astounded at such a sight, Catherine 28 Intro, 0| least, with the distant Pope at Avignon. ~ 29 Intro, 0| peace. The Pope's residence at Avignon, the Babylonish 30 Intro, 0| called, may have seemed, at the time when his departure 31 Intro, 0| placed the papal authority at his service in the gravely 32 Intro, 0| badly, were furious when at last they had driven him 33 Intro, 0| forgetting his noble charity at the time of the plague, 34 Intro, 0| of Constantinople lived at too great a distance to 35 Intro, 0| should if possible be held at the times and places at 36 Intro, 0| at the times and places at which the people had been 37 Intro, 0| its details Christian, but at least profoundly Catholic, 38 Intro, 0| many-colored threads that have at any time attached his hopes 39 Intro, 0| organization which depended on him, at the mercy of the invading 40 Intro, 0| of a distant emperor, and at length, as the result of 41 Intro, 0| the Bride of Christ, seems at every step to impede her 42 Intro, 0| John, God Himself, is, at once, the highest achievement 43 Intro, 0| so simple and familiar as at times to become almost colloquial, 44 Intro, 0| literally as possible, and at the same time to preserve 45 1, 1 | rational creature. And look at those creatures who, among 46 1, 4 | way, if you will arrive at a perfect knowledge and 47 1, 5 | intolerable grief she feels at the offenses committed against 48 1, 6 | need in which he may be, at least with your goodwill 49 1, 6 | done to those who are close at hand, under your eyes, as 50 1, 6 | arbitrary use of power, and at other times by cheating 51 1, 7 | without any medium, and yet at the same time with a medium, 52 1, 7 | she helps those who are at hand, according to the various 53 2, 3 | instruments for arriving at virtue, and not as the principal 54 2, 3 | happen, through obedience at the order of her director, 55 2, 3 | which virtues have been at first conceived by the virtue 56 2, 3 | has not conceived virtue at all; and this is also true 57 2, 4 | self-knowledge, diminished, and yet, at the same time, increased 58 2, 4 | the eye of the intellect at herself in the sweet mirror 59 2, 4 | sorrow grew in her, and at the same time, her sorrow 60 2, 5 | ministers, who stand and feed at the breasts of Holy Church; 61 2, 5 | precious Blood. Wherefore, at the moment that the soul 62 2, 7 | that no one could arrive at Eternal Life. Wherefore 63 2, 7 | justice alone, could arrive at Eternal Life. And so, wishing 64 2, 8 | induces the soul to look at the greatness of this Bridge, 65 2, 8 | I also wish you to look at the Bridge of My only-begotten 66 2, 8 | of the world, and arrive at life; but the Bridge could 67 2, 9 | heart can help breaking at such tenderness? It seems, 68 2, 10 | by which you can arrive at His Side, Which manifests 69 2, 10 | lifted on high, and yet, at the same time, joined to 70 2, 11 | prevented from arriving at their journey's end, because 71 2, 11 | passed the Bridge, arrives at the door which is part of 72 2, 11 | which is part of the Bridge, at which all must enter, wherefore 73 2, 11 | the Door and the Road and at the same time Infinite Peace. ~ 74 2, 12 | to travel. Wonder, then, at the ignorance and blindness 75 2, 12 | continual bitterness of soul at the offense done to Me, 76 2, 13 | the Divine Nature and sat at the right hand of Me, the 77 2, 13 | longer, for He is seated at the right hand of the Father!' 78 2, 13 | in time discourse to you at greater length. ~ 79 2, 14 | How this soul wondering at the mercy of God, relates 80 2, 15 | your intellect, and wonder at those who voluntarily drown 81 2, 15 | voluntarily drown themselves, and at the baseness to which they 82 2, 17 | death, and when they arrive at death they find no remedy. 83 2, 17 | made her, living in her at first by grace, and hiding 84 2, 19 | are forever scandalized at Me and at My servants, whom 85 2, 19 | forever scandalized at Me and at My servants, whom they judge 86 2, 20 | condemnation which will take place at the extremity of death, 87 2, 20 | and dignities of the world at your own will, following 88 2, 21 | for the soul has arrived at the end, where there can 89 2, 21 | be no remedy, for she is at the extremity of death, 90 2, 21 | was blinded self-love. Now at the time of death, since 91 2, 21 | but on account of pain at her offense against Me, 92 2, 21 | displeasure, she arrives at eternal damnation. And then 93 2, 21 | judgment which she practices at the end, in judging her 94 2, 25 | for, when the soul arrives at eternal life, all participate 95 2, 26 | intensified in harshness. At the time of death, the soul 96 2, 26 | soul only is reproved, but, at the General Judgment, the 97 2, 26 | will revive and increase at the aspect of My Son, their 98 2, 26 | miserably do they arrive at their end who go by the 99 2, 26 | My Mercy. And they arrive at the Gate of the Lie, because 100 2, 27 | tempted, so as to arrive at virtue, by being proved. 101 2, 27 | For one does not arrive at virtue except through knowledge 102 2, 27 | Devil. Wherefore, know, that at the moment of death, they, 103 2, 27 | his hands), and, arriving at the extremity of their death 104 2, 27 | lives, and have arrived at the last extremity of death 105 2, 27 | they depart from the body, at the extremity of death -- 106 2, 27 | And the imperfect arrive at the place of Purgatory, 107 2, 27 | earth of your humanity. At the foot of the Tree, if 108 2, 27 | Christ crucified,' he breaks at once the thorn, and finds 109 2, 28 | but your sanctification. At once they set to, turning 110 2, 29 | by the river and arrive at eternal damnation, and many 111 2, 29 | back again, scandalized at her, because they had heard 112 2, 30 | which you can love.' And at once it arises, considering 113 2, 30 | the others offending Me at the same time, because the 114 2, 31 | without which no man arrives at his end. ~ 115 2, 31 | If you desire to arrive at life, you must persevere 116 2, 31 | they who want life arrive at Me who am Life, and with 117 2, 31 | the water of death arrive at the Devil." ~ 118 2, 33 | cannot go, and he turns back at the smallest prick of persecution, 119 2, 33 | would not be able to arrive at the Fountain. He walks on, 120 2, 33 | love, with which he arrives at the Fountain of the Water 121 2, 34 | this first state, arriving at the second state, but few 122 2, 34 | few she saw who arrived at the greatest perfection. ~ 123 2, 35 | servile fear, and arrive at love and holy fear of Me, 124 2, 36 | holy Bridge, one arrives at the second step, which is 125 2, 36 | faith, which looks, not only at the punishment of sin, but 126 2, 36 | the punishment of sin, but at the fruit of virtue, and 127 2, 36 | crucified, they do not arrive at the second step of His Heart." ~ 128 2, 37 | consolation indeed, but not grace. At such a time these weak ones, 129 2, 37 | because the soul herself is at first imperfect, from which 130 2, 37 | thought for herself, or, at least, in the moment of 131 2, 37 | virtues, they will arrive at the state of filial love, 132 2, 37 | they, through displeasure at their imperfection, and 133 2, 38 | and in other creatures. At other times the third manifestation 134 2, 40 | first of how a man arrives at being a friend. In the beginning, 135 2, 40 | perseverance, he arrives at the love of delight, finding 136 2, 40 | fears until she arrives at true love. But when they 137 2, 40 | soul, who wishes to arrive at this perfection, after she 138 2, 40 | say: how the soul arrives at perfection, and what she 139 2, 40 | prayer, which she practices at the appointed times, according 140 2, 40 | imperfection and arrive at perfection, and it is to 141 2, 40 | namely that she may arrive at perfection, that I withdraw 142 2, 41 | vessel which he has filled at the fountain and then drink 143 3, 1 | the soul takes to arrive at pure and generous love; 144 3, 1 | of vice, and has arrived at the house of self-knowledge 145 3, 1 | which she has, of arriving at pure and generous love. 146 3, 2 | that, just as the soul is at first imperfect and afterwards 147 3, 2 | and so she would arrive at eternal damnation, not only 148 3, 2 | exercised with perseverance, at perfect mental prayer; but 149 3, 2 | but if she simply aims at completing her tale, and, 150 3, 2 | prayer, she will never arrive at it. Sometimes the soul will 151 3, 2 | their office. But if they, at the hour appointed for saying 152 3, 2 | enable the soul to arrive at perfection, and therefore 153 3, 2 | vocal prayer will be made at the appointed time by the 154 3, 2 | for this exercise lies at the root of a holy will, 155 3, 2 | one should make oneself at the appointed season, as 156 3, 2 | and when she has arrived at friendly and filial love 157 3, 3 | tell you that she arrives at perfect love by means of 158 3, 4 | soul knows she has arrived at perfect love. ~ 159 3, 4 | that souls have arrived at perfect love. This is seen 160 3, 4 | neighbors, they have arrived at the fourth state, which 161 3, 5 | imperfection and arrived at perfection. Open the eye 162 3, 5 | affection, from thence arriving at the Side, where she found 163 3, 5 | In which case, it is not at all certain that I shall 164 3, 8 | from satiety, and arrived at perfection, satisfied by 165 3, 11 | How they, who are arrived at the aforesaid unitive state, 166 3, 11 | Truth. Wherefore that, which at first appeared to be dark, 167 3, 11 | light, they both arrive at the Eternal Vision of Me, 168 3, 11 | and oftentimes she arrives at so great a union that she 169 3, 13 | of those who have arrived at the perfect love of their 170 3, 14 | not having yet arrived at perfect hatred of its guilt 171 3, 14 | she has not yet arrived at great perfection, she often 172 3, 14 | spiritually. (I have spoken to you at length regarding the imperfections 173 3, 14 | she conceives displeasure at herself and finally perfect 174 3, 14 | suffer. Then the soul arrives at such delight and tranquillity 175 3, 14 | knowledge of Me, she arrived at the final stage. Yet this 176 3, 14 | divine mercy, and grief at the offenses caused to her 177 3, 14 | reputation, and would fall at once, vomited from the heights 178 3, 15 | the soul, having arrived at tasting the fire of My divine 179 3, 16 | of men whom I mentioned at the beginning of this My 180 3, 16 | against the Christians, at the prayer of St. Stephen. 181 3, 18 | by its means, to arrive at Me, the True Light, for, 182 3, 19 | When the soul has arrived at the attainment of the general 183 3, 19 | she will wish to arrive at perfection. In this second 184 3, 19 | These feed their souls at the table of penance, and 185 3, 19 | and, by doing so, arrive at the third state. Of whom 186 3, 20 | the soul who has arrived at this light. And of a beautiful 187 3, 20 | which the method of arriving at perfect purity is fully 188 3, 20 | the last, having arrived at this glorious light, are 189 3, 20 | only-begotten Son, who was fed at the table of holy desire, 190 3, 20 | therefore the soul has arrived at seeing, knowing, and tasting, 191 3, 20 | murmurings of men, eats at the table of the most holy 192 3, 20 | These are they who sit at the table of holy desire, 193 3, 20 | excellent state, and gaze at those who run in this glorious 194 3, 20 | have holy minds, and eat at the table of holy desire, 195 3, 20 | the light, have arrived at feeding on the food of souls, 196 3, 20 | was given you by My Truth at the beginning of your life, 197 3, 20 | what way you could arrive at perfect purity, and were 198 3, 20 | Truth said, 'Will you arrive at perfect purity, and be freed 199 3, 20 | necessary for you to arrive at this union and purity, namely, 200 3, 20 | this way you will arrive at perfect purity, because 201 3, 20 | give so that you may arrive at the end for which I created 202 3, 20 | Wherefore, in order to arrive at purity, you must entreat 203 3, 20 | doing this, you will arrive at all perfection. ~ 204 3, 21 | saints, who have arrived at Me, Eternal Life, for, as 205 3, 21 | who nourish themselves at this table of holy desire, 206 3, 22 | infernal Devil, so that at last they may arrive at 207 3, 22 | at last they may arrive at You, their End, Eternal 208 3, 24 | your intellect, and look at their excellence and the 209 3, 24 | those who today are suckled at the breast of My Spouse." 210 3, 24 | whence you have arrived at such excellence, through 211 3, 24 | in this way obtain light? At the fire of My Divine love, 212 3, 24 | and, not having heated it at the fire of true contrition 213 3, 25 | should you and others look at this mystery, and how should 214 3, 25 | your life; and not so much at first through the eye of 215 3, 25 | went one morning to church at sunrise to hear Mass, having 216 3, 25 | placed yourself upright at the Altar of the Crucifix, 217 3, 25 | did not prevent you seeing at the same time the actual 218 3, 27 | ministers, so that your grief at their miseries may be more 219 3, 28 | and to mitigate your grief at the darkness of these miserable 220 3, 28 | your intellect and gaze at the Sun of Justice, and 221 3, 28 | color of grace, or none at all. A man in mortal sin 222 3, 28 | there remained no money at all, and there were some 223 3, 28 | They ran to feed on it at the table of the holy Cross, 224 3, 29 | shall terribly condemn them at their last extremity, and 225 3, 30 | himself and desire of arriving at his last end, his natural 226 3, 30 | a watch-dog which stands at the door, and when it sees 227 3, 30 | struck his enemies; so that at the point of death his conscience, 228 3, 30 | through humility, and because at the moment of death she 229 3, 30 | herself so sweetly arrived at this pass, for in Truth 230 3, 31 | the truth of that which at first he knew not, and his 231 3, 31 | But arriving at the extremity of death, 232 3, 31 | them in this hope so that at the last moment they may 233 3, 31 | receive, and thus arrive at despair; for this final 234 3, 31 | them to hope in My mercy at the point of death, even 235 3, 31 | with this hope, they arrive at death, they are not so inclined 236 3, 31 | you to despair, so that at the moment of death you 237 3, 31 | all others in general, for at death when the soul begins 238 3, 31 | and of fear and terror at their horrible aspect. See 239 3, 31 | the better do they know at their death the great sins 240 3, 31 | they consider their state at all, they would not come 241 3, 32 | conceived a very great sorrow at Your offense and the harm 242 3, 32 | it. Your servants knock at the door of Your truth, 243 3, 32 | Your servants who knock at You for their sakes. Grant 244 3, 32 | Father who, as You see, stand at the door of Your truth and 245 3, 32 | hungry servants beg of You at this door, begging You through 246 4, 1 | destroys obedience? Look at the first man and you will 247 4, 1 | and perfect; for no one at all can reach eternal life 248 4, 1 | the conversation of men at the Ascension, He left you 249 4, 5 | wicked rulers. Now look at the ship of your father 250 4, 5 | committed to her by My goodness. At what table does he feed 251 4, 5 | with the light of science? At the table of the cross, 252 4, 5 | anything, but remaining at this table, there to seek 253 4, 5 | though they are nourished at its breast. I do not say 254 4, 5 | dissipated by their glance. Look at My glorious Thomas, who 255 4, 5 | gentle eye of his intellect at My Truth, whereby he acquired 256 4, 5 | the clouds of heresy. Look at My Peter, virgin and martyr, 257 4, 5 | heretics hated him so that at last they took his life; 258 4, 5 | it in his life but even at the moment of his death, 259 4, 5 | his death, for when he was at the last extremity, having 260 4, 6 | Is he disgusted and angry at having to perform the humble 261 4, 6 | insults which are often cast at him, or to be held at little 262 4, 6 | cast at him, or to be held at little worth? No, for he 263 4, 6 | avoid idleness. He looks at Me with the light which 264 4, 6 | continually and delights at being at table with the 265 4, 6 | continually and delights at being at table with the poor. And 266 4, 7 | attained except by recommencing at the beginning of self- knowledge, 267 4, 7 | always necessarily arrive at the number one hundred. 268 4, 8 | another place I related to you at greater length. I will, 269 4, 8 | weariness; whereby he arrives at the greatest weariness of 270 4, 8 | which he promised to observe at the time of his profession; 271 4, 8 | ship, which will happen at the moment of death, he 272 4, 8 | eloquent language. Look at the stinking flowers of 273 4, 8 | are loosened from the ship at death, disobedience will 274 4, 9 | as much to those who went at dawn, as to those who went 275 4, 9 | dawn, as to those who went at prime or at tierce, and 276 4, 9 | those who went at prime or at tierce, and those who went 277 4, 9 | tierce, and those who went at sext, at none, and even 278 4, 9 | those who went at sext, at none, and even at vespers, 279 4, 9 | sext, at none, and even at vespers, received as much 280 4, 9 | read of a religious, who at once obeyed in his affection 281 4, 9 | transgress My obedience, and, at My command were not hurt 282 4, 9 | peace all his life, and at his death receives that 283 4, 9 | that which was promised him at his death by his superior, 284 4, 10 | punishing its iniquities at own desire in your person. 285 4, 10 | in which the soul arrives at the excellence of unitive 286 4, 10 | in this life, the second at death on those who die in 287 4, 10 | this of you now more than at first, for now I have manifested 288 4, 11 | hidden from my eyes? Melt at once the cloud of my body. 289 4, 11 | Your creature, for, looking at myself in You, I saw myself 290 Lette, 0| about the hour of vespers, at the time of her prayer, 291 Lette, 0| devils to torment this body at their pleasure." And, in 292 Lette, 0| who had not been present at a memorable discourse, which, 293 Lette, 0| with such affection, that, at hearing her, not only our 294 Lette, 0| transit occurred on the Sunday at the hour of Sext, but we 295 Lette, 0| the sisters, for I have, at present, the greatest need


IntraText® (V89) Copyright 1996-2007 Èulogos SpA