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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| women, and, in order to do this successfully, must 2 Intro, 0| Triumphant, "You cannot do it," he was in the tradition 3 Intro, 0| lines of natural humanity do but seem more pathetically 4 Intro, 0| are you doing here? why do you not come?' Then Catherine, 5 Intro, 0| to offer us, our hearts do not run to meet them, as 6 1, 3 | made of herself, saying: "Do you not know, dear daughter, 7 1, 4 | seeing that, in yourself, you do not even exist; for your 8 1, 4 | would not be obliged to do so; whence it follows immediately, 9 1, 4 | endure and suffer pains. Do you, therefore, and My other 10 1, 4 | What fruit do they receive? ~ 11 1, 4 | them. I am constrained to do so by that inestimable love 12 1, 4 | grief for their loss. But I do not, in general, grant to 13 1, 4 | that of My servants. They do not receive their grief 14 1, 4 | as I told you that they do receive remission, this 15 1, 4 | guise of correction, and do not resist over much the 16 1, 4 | which a man measures to Me, do he receive in himself the 17 1, 5 | courage, for, unless you do so, you will not prove yourselves 18 1, 6 | his neighbor, for, if he do not love Me, he cannot be 19 1, 6 | it follows that he must do evil. To whom does he evil? 20 1, 6 | worse than this he cannot do to his neighbor. Him he 21 1, 6 | not loving God) does not do this, because he has no 22 1, 6 | him the good that he might do him, but by doing him a 23 1, 7 | because, inasmuch as you can do Me no profit, you should 24 1, 7 | Me no profit, you should do it to your neighbor. This 25 1, 8 | because a proud man can do no harm to a humble one; 26 1, 8 | one who is faithful to Me, do him any harm; his infidelity 27 2, 1 | what the soul sees she can do in the measure of her own 28 2, 2 | Do you know how these three 29 2, 3 | sake, asking, 'What can I do to endure suffering for 30 2, 3 | saying: 'Lord, Lord, I would do something for You,' and 31 2, 3 | even that she be made to do so. ~ 32 2, 3 | if she continued then to do them, she not only would 33 2, 3 | increase infinitely, and yet I do not, by this, exclude words, 34 2, 3 | legitimate reason, was unable to do actual penance. Merit consists 35 2, 3 | conceived a child, if she do not bring it forth, so that 36 2, 3 | Spouse of the soul, if she do not produce the child of 37 2, 4 | Your revenge on me, and to do mercy to Your people, and 38 2, 4 | and I adjure You that You do this by Your uncreated love 39 2, 4 | and implore You that You do mercy to Your creatures." ~ 40 2, 5 | nor does an evil minister do harm to him to whom he gives 41 2, 6 | and how God promises to do mercy to the world, and 42 2, 6 | give them, that, not only do they not attribute what 43 2, 6 | to you above, and if they do not do it, the greater their 44 2, 6 | above, and if they do not do it, the greater their debt, 45 2, 6 | consumed, because the damned do not lose their being through 46 2, 6 | you, because I wished to do mercy to the world. ~ 47 2, 9 | aforesaid Bridge, and those who do not. ~ 48 2, 9 | Goodness. What moves You to do us such mercy through pure 49 2, 9 | the Bridge and those who do not; should it please Your 50 2, 10 | time, joined to the earth. Do you know when it was lifted 51 2, 11 | not impede the traveler. Do you know what these stones 52 2, 13 | the wisdom of My Son -- 'Do not stand here any longer, 53 2, 14 | sins of Your creatures! I do not wonder that You say 54 2, 14 | sin and return to You, 'I do not remember that you have 55 2, 14 | Oh, ineffable Mercy! I do not wonder that You say 56 2, 14 | such, in order that I may do them mercy.' Oh, Mercy, 57 2, 14 | Mercy caused Your Son to do battle for us, hanging by 58 2, 14 | Mercy shines, for the damned do not receive the pains they 59 2, 15 | have already said to you. Do you know how this tree finds 60 2, 17 | it there? Sometimes even do they become so brutish, 61 2, 17 | become so brutish, that they do not consider their children 62 2, 17 | mercy I sustain them, I do not command the earth to 63 2, 18 | blind and ignorant men who do not recognize Me in themselves 64 2, 19 | like unto that which you do serve. ~ 65 2, 19 | on Himself obedience to do away the disobedience of 66 2, 20 | vexations of the flesh as we do, neither the heaviness of 67 2, 20 | them. Wherefore, if they do not amend while they have 68 2, 21 | over My displeasure, and do not render to Me that which 69 2, 21 | they have done Me. And they do the contrary because they 70 2, 22 | you have seen, even you do not know well how horrible 71 2, 24 | continually blaspheme Me. And do you know why they cannot 72 2, 24 | as they have, the time to do so. If they finish their 73 2, 24 | This, certainly, he did not do out of love or compassion 74 2, 24 | the damned souls cannot do any good to their neighbor, 75 2, 24 | virtue. But why then did he do it? He did it because he 76 2, 25 | father or his mother in Hell, do not trouble themselves, 77 2, 25 | enemies. Wherefore in nothing do they disagree with Me, and 78 2, 25 | when you ignorant ones do not resist My mercy. They 79 2, 25 | not afflict them, as they do not actually feel it, but 80 2, 25 | them, that is, they cannot do any meritorious act, by 81 2, 25 | These then do not await, with fear, the 82 2, 26 | instrument of the soul -- to do good and evil according 83 2, 26 | diverse ways. Thus miserably do they arrive at their end 84 2, 26 | are as blind and mad, and do not perceive it, because 85 2, 27 | and slays you. But if man do not give this knife of his 86 2, 27 | the Devil, that is, if he do not consent to his temptations 87 2, 27 | weak, and by himself can do nothing, unless I allow 88 2, 27 | of it, and this he cannot do, if you do not wish it. 89 2, 27 | this he cannot do, if you do not wish it. Now you see, 90 2, 27 | that they were forced to do so, for as I told you they 91 2, 27 | sins. The wicked sinners do the contrary, for, seeing, 92 2, 27 | because they are blinded and do not know or see the Truth, 93 2, 27 | and unchangeable,' and I do not draw away from any creature 94 2, 28 | who those are whom they do not harm; although no one 95 2, 28 | germinated through sin, do harm, and to whom they do 96 2, 28 | do harm, and to whom they do not. And as, so far, I have 97 2, 28 | are free, that is, they do not feel the weariness of 98 2, 28 | earnest money of eternal life. Do you know what is the special 99 2, 28 | pass over the thorns, which do not hurt them, their feet 100 2, 28 | and with perfect patience do they merit, and their labors 101 2, 28 | thorns they pass through do not touch their heart, because 102 2, 28 | good truth then that these do taste eternal life, receiving 103 2, 30 | temporal, that the creature can do, and free choice gets rid 104 2, 35 | desire of that soul, said, "Do you see those? They have 105 2, 35 | mortal sin, but, if they do not arise with love of virtue, 106 2, 36 | of Christ crucified, they do not arrive at the second 107 2, 37 | find in Me, is imperfect. Do you know what proves the 108 2, 37 | and perplexities. This I do so that, coming to perfect 109 2, 37 | profit me. All this they do, because they feel themselves 110 2, 37 | desire for perfection, they do not recognize this imperfection 111 2, 37 | wherefore, if these souls do not abandon the exercise 112 2, 37 | to their deserts, but I do not reveal Myself to them, 113 2, 37 | very dear friend, and so do some of these of whom I 114 2, 37 | state of mercenary love, I do not manifest Myself to them. 115 2, 38 | Do you know how I manifest 116 2, 38 | things of the future. This I do in many and diverse ways, 117 2, 40 | her by sentiment, which I do in order to humiliate her, 118 2, 40 | by sentiment. Once more do I leave her, so that she 119 2, 41 | This indeed you cannot do, because I loved you without 120 2, 41 | but because you ought to do so. While I love you of 121 2, 41 | your fellows, that you may do to them that which you cannot 122 2, 41 | them that which you cannot do to Me, that is to say, that 123 2, 41 | return from him, and what you do to him, I count as done 124 2, 41 | must love your neighbor. Do you know how the imperfection 125 2, 41 | and for the same reason do I withdraw myself from the 126 3, 2 | But do not think that the soul 127 3, 2 | she pray only vocally, as do many souls whose prayers 128 3, 2 | their appointed tale, they do not appear to think of anything 129 3, 2 | soul is not required to do, for, in doing only this, 130 3, 2 | sins. And this she should do, so that self- knowledge 131 3, 2 | exercises with true humility. I do not wish defects to be considered 132 3, 2 | sins. But, as I said, I do not wish the soul to consider 133 3, 2 | it) gave you strength to do, that is you rose, humbly 134 3, 2 | had begun. She should not do so, for, in so doing, she 135 3, 5 | not the Father, as they do who are in imperfect love 136 3, 5 | are in imperfect love and do not wish to suffer pain, 137 3, 5 | commit sin unless he wish to do so; but, falling, as he 138 3, 5 | to confess, I wish you to do so, and if you are able 139 3, 5 | if you are able to, and do not, you will be deprived 140 3, 5 | when he may not be able to do so. In which case, it is 141 3, 6 | to My Name, not that they do so in the way they should, 142 3, 6 | charity, I give them time, and do not order the earth to open 143 3, 6 | even when they intend to do Me infamy and wrong." ~ 144 3, 9 | loosened from the body, as they do, who have reached the aforesaid 145 3, 9 | but said: 'My Lord, what do You wish me to do? Show 146 3, 9 | what do You wish me to do? Show me that which it is 147 3, 9 | Your pleasure for me to do, and I will do it.' Which 148 3, 9 | for me to do, and I will do it.' Which I answered when 149 3, 11 | disposed to know Me, for I do not despise dispositions. 150 3, 11 | have done so. Therefore do they taste life eternal, 151 3, 12 | in order that He should do mercy to the world. And, 152 3, 14 | with the Divine nature. But do you, His pilgrim-members, 153 3, 15 | value can be infinite. I do not say that in this life 154 3, 16 | are their complainings. Do you know how many? There 155 3, 16 | This also will I sometimes do, I grant him the life of 156 3, 16 | The unfortunate creatures do not remember that the tongue 157 3, 16 | substance of the world. Do not marvel, they can turn 158 3, 17 | soul far from You, so I do not wish to fall into this 159 3, 18 | and remember, that if you do not see, you can not hear, 160 3, 19 | the judges of those who do not walk in the same path. 161 3, 19 | not walk in the same path. Do you know why this would 162 3, 19 | souls in the second state do, and, by doing so, arrive 163 3, 20 | worthy of trouble, so also do they deem themselves unworthy 164 3, 20 | the door with My Blood.' Do not you then be negligent 165 3, 20 | deeds, and so ought you to do. Their principal desire 166 3, 20 | feet, standing, as they do, in the waters of many tribulations 167 3, 20 | tribulations and temptations, and do not hurt them, for they 168 3, 20 | namely His doctrine. These do not lose their time in passing 169 3, 20 | heart of man. That which you do not see you should not judge 170 3, 20 | you must entreat Me to do three things: to grant you 171 3, 22 | ourselves! What moved you to do it? Love, because You loved 172 3, 22 | You, then, Eternal Father, do I have recourse and flee, 173 3, 22 | recourse and flee, and I do not beseech You for myself 174 3, 23 | for without Me you can do nothing, I will fulfill 175 3, 23 | fulfill your desires, but do not you fail, or they either, 176 3, 24 | because of yourselves you can do nothing, though I have given 177 3, 24 | is past you can no longer do so. So that you can increase 178 3, 24 | God and the whole of Man. Do you know the condition of 179 3, 24 | water has fallen, which can do nothing but crackle when 180 3, 25 | look on this Sacrament. How do you touch It? By the hand 181 3, 25 | known through faith. How do you taste It? With the palate 182 3, 26 | sea in the fish -- thus do I dwell in the soul, and 183 3, 27 | another place. But far more do I demand purity in My ministers, 184 3, 27 | Sacrifice is made, even so do I require the purity and 185 3, 27 | in perfect charity; and I do not wish them to feed upon 186 3, 27 | neighbors, in that they do not give them an example 187 3, 28 | germinate with Its heat. Thus do My sweet ministers, elected 188 3, 28 | from this Blood; this they do in two ways, actually, in 189 3, 28 | pretend not to see. And do you know why? The root of 190 3, 28 | or their prelacy, they do not correct, but act like 191 3, 28 | to maintain it; but they do not, because they are deprived 192 3, 28 | position with injustice, they do not reprove the faults of 193 3, 28 | And, moreover, if they do see they do not correct, 194 3, 28 | moreover, if they do see they do not correct, but allow themselves 195 3, 28 | of the sun, did not, and do not (if there be any now) 196 3, 28 | they were really bound to do, that is, to distribute 197 3, 28 | miserable presumptuous ones do not regard the fact that 198 3, 28 | precious stones, and as such do they stand in My presence, 199 3, 28 | nourishment. What caused them to do thus? The hunger and desire 200 3, 29 | dignity and authority I do not wish them to be punished 201 3, 29 | Know well that I wish to do them grace, if only they 202 3, 29 | moved by your prayers, will do them mercy if they will 203 3, 29 | receive it, but if they do not correct their life, 204 3, 29 | their ruin. For if they do not accept the breadth of 205 3, 30 | sensual fragility and his body do not accuse him, because 206 3, 30 | terror or fear, as it would do to another who had lived 207 3, 30 | the salvation of souls. I do not speak only of the light 208 3, 30 | Wherefore if they do this solicitously and with 209 3, 30 | vision of the devils can do no harm, because of the 210 3, 30 | terrible aspect of the demons do not give them trouble or 211 3, 30 | holy fear. Wherefore they do not fear the demon's deception, 212 3, 30 | know them, so that they do not cause them darkness 213 3, 31 | battle they know not what to do. They are not nourished 214 3, 31 | during their life, although I do not grant them this, so 215 3, 31 | your presumption would not do My will, rather you hid 216 3, 31 | darkness of mortal sin. I do not give him this knowledge 217 3, 31 | harm of despair if they do not wish it, but the suffering 218 3, 31 | more intolerable confusion do they receive for not fulfilling 219 3, 31 | during their life, the better do they know at their death 220 3, 31 | pains. But the wretches do not know this, for did they 221 3, 31 | ought on that account to do so, or that their sins are 222 3, 32 | image and similitude, and to do us mercy, giving immeasurable 223 3, 32 | the whole world, for they do harm to the world, being 224 3, 32 | live miserably. Wherefore I do not wish, oh! Eternal Father, 225 3, 32 | beg of You that You will do mercy to the world and to 226 3, 32 | cause of all these evils. Do not put off any longer Your 227 3, 32 | Eternal Father, Your servants do cry out to Your mercy; do 228 3, 32 | do cry out to Your mercy; do You then reply. ~ 229 3, 32 | not for their sakes who do not knock, but on account 230 3, 32 | truth and pray. For what do they pray? For with the 231 3, 32 | begging You through it to do mercy to the world, and 232 3, 32 | Your servants, You would do mercy to the world, and 233 3, 32 | us refreshment; wherefore do not delay, but turn the 234 3, 32 | for that for which they do not wish; and this I ask 235 3, 32 | that we are in existence, do mercy to us, and remake 236 4, 1 | way from that in which you do. Among the others he possessed 237 4, 2 | love in finite things, as do foolish men who follow the 238 4, 2 | the key of obedience, you do not think of mending it! 239 4, 2 | not think of mending it! Do you think, forsooth, that 240 4, 2 | pride which fell can rise? Do you think to be admitted 241 4, 2 | and disordered garments? Do you think that sitting down 242 4, 2 | key you can open the door? Do not imagine that you can, 243 4, 2 | please themselves; they do not wear the cord of self-contempt, 244 4, 2 | self-contempt, for they do not desire to be despised, 245 4, 2 | while they live, but if they do not wish they will never 246 4, 3 | men devoid of every virtue do the contrary; they, like 247 4, 3 | is very hard for them to do so, on account of their 248 4, 3 | Compare the injuries which you do to Me and to your neighbor 249 4, 3 | your neighbor injures you do not love him; but they are 250 4, 3 | you observe it, and if you do not you will injure your 251 4, 4 | for obedience that they do not remain content with 252 4, 4 | as you are all obliged to do if you will have life and 253 4, 5 | the greater destitution do they come. It is just that 254 4, 5 | extirpator of heresies. Why do I say by means of Mary? 255 4, 5 | in order that they might do nothing else, he chose poverty 256 4, 5 | to observe obedience and do their duty, and since impure 257 4, 5 | flagrant, but the wretches who do not observe the order, but 258 4, 5 | nourished at its breast. I do not say that the order itself 259 4, 6 | convenience to obey they do not incline their heads 260 4, 6 | with humility, but proudly do so, because they must, which 261 4, 6 | presumption and self-confidence do not accord with the true 262 4, 6 | and holy obedience, who do not kick against the pricks 263 4, 6 | labors, and in this life also do they taste eternal life." ~ 264 4, 7 | Properly speaking, no. Do I not, however, often cause 265 4, 7 | goods? In return for what do I this? In return for the 266 4, 8 | actions which he will have to do, through the obedience imposed 267 4, 8 | obedience imposed on him, do not please him. He wishes 268 4, 8 | Wretch that you are, do you not see that under the 269 4, 8 | torments to endure, and if he do not amend before his clothes 270 4, 9 | incarnate in them, that not only do they wish to see reason 271 4, 9 | ask how could it possibly do any good, but, without inquiring 272 4, 9 | to the measure of each. I do not leave you empty, but 273 4, 10 | of Me was that I should do mercy to the world. In the 274 4, 10 | told you that I wish to do mercy to the world, proving 275 4, 10 | continual prayer I will do mercy to the world. Die 276 4, 11 | holy Church. I confess and do not deny that You loved 277 4, 11 | cold; with Your light You do illuminate me so that I 278 Lette, 0| that they may be ready to do all that may be pleasing


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