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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| conducted. And yet, while no one with a reputation to lose 2 Intro, 0| as a plastic force. The one great Tyrant of the nineteenth 3 Intro, 0| realizing. Prince and serf would one day appear as suppliants 4 Intro, 0| escape its rigors, but must, one day, render an account of 5 Intro, 0| indeed that message was one of warning or correction 6 Intro, 0| at a turn in the road, on one of the sacred groups so 7 Intro, 0| environment: often indeed one experiences a curious illusion 8 Intro, 0| Caterina, who still lives one of the purest glories of 9 Intro, 0| piety. Lapa, the daughter of one Mucio Piagenti, a now wholly 10 Intro, 0| some pretext or other. Sent one morning on an errand to 11 Intro, 0| at the age of six, went one day with her brother Stephen, 12 Intro, 0| Bonaventura, who was married to one Niccolò, as has been mentioned 13 Intro, 0| the hospital ward. She is one of the most voluminous of 14 Intro, 0| Catherine herself, too often one of the deepest degradation, 15 Intro, 0| leaving Rome, was the only one who profited by the exile 16 Intro, 0| genius of Pope Gregory I., one of the few men whom their 17 Intro, 0| through by the keen logic of one who has experienced and 18 Intro, 0| Dialogo we have a great saint, one of the most extraordinary 19 Intro, 0| is held by critics to be one of the classics of the age 20 Intro, 0| One word as to the translation. 21 1, 1 | Myself; and he shall be one thing with Me and I with 22 1, 3 | are insufficient to punish one smallest fault, because 23 1, 3 | creature in two ways: in one way, through her sorrow 24 1, 4 | acquired by knowledge of one's self and one's own thoughts. 25 1, 4 | knowledge of one's self and one's own thoughts. And this 26 1, 4 | or dries up the soul, but one which rather fattens her; 27 1, 6 | are all obliged to help one another by word and doctrine, 28 1, 6 | conceived, he brings forth one sin after another against 29 1, 6 | case he does not poison one only, but whoever approaches 30 1, 6 | neighbor, through love of one's own reputation, whence 31 1, 6 | of the neighbor, reputing one's self to be greater than 32 1, 7 | and of her neighbor are one and the same thing, and, 33 1, 7 | entrusted to her to administer; one she helps with doctrine, 34 1, 7 | that is to say not all to one, but to one, one virtue, 35 1, 7 | say not all to one, but to one, one virtue, and to another, 36 1, 7 | all to one, but to one, one virtue, and to another, 37 1, 7 | it is impossible to have one, without having them all, 38 1, 7 | that, in many cases I give one virtue, to be as it were 39 1, 7 | others, that is to say, to one I will give principally 40 1, 7 | to another humility, to one a lively faith, to another 41 1, 7 | therefore, that the particular one so placed in the soul becomes 42 1, 7 | have not placed them all in one soul, in order that man 43 1, 7 | and soul, but I wish that one should have need of the 44 1, 8 | infidel, his true hope on one who despairs, his justice 45 1, 8 | can do no harm to a humble one; neither can the infidelity 46 1, 8 | when brought forth against one who is faithful to Me, do 47 2, 1 | discreetly, renders to each one his due. Chiefly to Me in 48 2, 3 | However, no one should judge that he has 49 2, 3 | neighbor a conditioned love, one that, being ordered aright, 50 2, 3 | useful to others, for, if one single sin were committed 51 2, 3 | from Hell, or to obtain one great virtue, the motive 52 2, 3 | not lawful to perform even one act of great virtue and 53 2, 5 | only-begotten Son, kneaded into one dough with the divine nature, 54 2, 5 | creature can constrain him to one smallest fault without his 55 2, 7 | in such a way, that no one could arrive at Eternal 56 2, 7 | devil, and the world. Every one was drowned in the flood, 57 2, 7 | in the flood, because no one, with his own justice alone, 58 2, 10 | profit to Him, He being one and the same thing with 59 2, 10 | united and kneaded into one thing with it. And there 60 2, 10 | with it. And there was no one who could go on the Bridge 61 2, 10 | the Sorrowful Crucified One; so My Truth said well, ' 62 2, 11 | their life. Wherefore no one can have the virtue given 63 2, 11 | supports in the water, no one can travel that way without 64 2, 13 | of the Holy Spirit. He is one thing with Me, the Father, 65 2, 13 | into Heaven, and was the one road which was taught you 66 2, 13 | and the doctrine, which is one and the same thing with 67 2, 14 | this soul, as it were, like one intoxicated, could not contain 68 2, 16 | man, so much as does this one. This the philosophers knew, 69 2, 17 | A miser loves no one except for his own profit. 70 2, 17 | from and feeds pride, the one follows from the other, 71 2, 17 | branches, and the principal one is that which makes a man 72 2, 17 | double, making a man show one thing with his tongue, while 73 2, 18 | Me, and to Him, who was one thing with Me, and like 74 2, 19 | and through other defects, one falls into false judgment; 75 2, 19 | of the indignity to which one comes. ~ 76 2, 19 | destroyed every vice, so that no one could say that any vice 77 2, 20 | false judgment;" and how one of these reproofs is continuous. ~ 78 2, 20 | There are three reproofs. One was given when the Holy 79 2, 20 | the Holy Spirit, who is one thing with Me and with My 80 2, 20 | they cannot say 'I had no one who reproved me,' because 81 2, 20 | many other saints who, by one thing or another, have been 82 2, 20 | doctrine of My Truth. Thus no one has any excuse, because 83 2, 21 | and are punished for the one and the other together. 84 2, 23 | will not come like a poor one, as when He was born, coming 85 2, 23 | due, and there will be no one in that Day who will not 86 2, 23 | He is unchangeable, being one thing with Me according 87 2, 23 | than to the illuminated one, but the defect of the eye 88 2, 25 | increasing virtue, and the one was the occasion to the 89 2, 25 | with more abundance, the one with the other, their love 90 2, 25 | dwell in Him, because He is one thing with Me. But their 91 2, 26 | any remedy or hope -- each one being wrapped up in diverse 92 2, 26 | burning in the fire; the cruel one with cruelty; the foul man 93 2, 26 | therefore said My Truth, 'No one can go to the Father but 94 2, 27 | glory of victory. And no one should fear any battle or 95 2, 27 | virtue, by being proved. For one does not arrive at virtue 96 2, 27 | you. So that neither the one nor the other waits for 97 2, 27 | life, they receive every one their place, as I have told 98 2, 27 | to be most disposed -- of one kind to the secular, of 99 2, 27 | conscience always fights on one side, and sensuality on 100 2, 27 | escape enduring pain, for no one can pass through this life 101 2, 28 | do not harm; although no one passes this life without 102 2, 28 | injured by the thorns. No one born passes this life without 103 2, 30 | the light of faith, and one is not lost without the 104 2, 30 | care and gratitude, and so one power spurs on another, 105 2, 30 | I cannot be offended by one without all the others offending 106 2, 30 | the same time, because the one presents to the other, as 107 2, 30 | with the will, it becomes one thing with it. And I tell 108 2, 30 | already told you that no one could come to Me except 109 2, 31 | powers of the soul, and no one who wishes to pass by the 110 2, 31 | doctrine of My Truth can mount one without the other, and the 111 2, 32 | Sea Pacific, because I am one thing with Him, and He with 112 2, 32 | make for you a Bridge. No one can come to Me except by 113 2, 32 | told you in the words: 'No one can come to the Father except 114 2, 33 | without more. The number one is excluded, for, unless 115 2, 35 | offending, not on account of one's own damnation, but of 116 2, 36 | step of the holy Bridge, one arrives at the second step, 117 2, 36 | I told you that no one could go by the Bridge or 118 2, 37 | virtue from the motive of one's own advantage. Sin should 119 2, 37 | a friend, who has become one thing with his friend, and 120 2, 37 | He who loves Me shall be one thing with Me and I with 121 2, 37 | two in body, yet they are one in soul through the affection 122 2, 37 | and where two friends have one soul, there can be no secret 123 2, 39 | He who loves Me shall be one thing with Me.' Because, 124 2, 39 | with Me, because We are one thing together. And so it 125 2, 39 | Myself to you, because We are one and the same thing together. 126 2, 39 | This He said because He was one thing with Me, and that 127 2, 39 | Him and He with Me are but one thing. For this reason He 128 2, 39 | manifest Myself,' being one thing with the Father. The 129 2, 39 | Himself to Me, because I am one thing with Him, and I will 130 2, 39 | body, and because He is one thing with Me." ~ 131 2, 40 | wisdom of the Son, who is one thing with Me, and with 132 2, 41 | when he sees the beloved one's conversation turned aside 133 3, 2 | arm of My mercy. This is one of the subtle devices with 134 3, 2 | visiting her mind sometimes in one way, and sometimes in another, 135 3, 2 | of My mercy, seasoned the one with the other. Thus she 136 3, 2 | and contemplative life is one, so are they. Although vocal 137 3, 2 | I have placed her. Each one, according to his condition, 138 3, 2 | not replace a prayer which one should make oneself at the 139 3, 2 | performed in oneself or in one's neighbor, with good-will, 140 3, 4 | the fourth state, which is one of perfect union with Me. 141 3, 4 | united, that is to say, one cannot be without the other, 142 3, 5 | been speaking. But let no one be so mad as so to arrange 143 3, 5 | humanity. But because the one nature is steeped in and 144 3, 7 | causing them to injure one another and take one another' 145 3, 7 | injure one another and take one another's property, and 146 3, 8 | possesses you, because I am one thing with My Truth, and 147 3, 10 | not their own, but becomes one with Mine, they cannot desire 148 3, 11 | science, because such a one can only offer what he has 149 3, 11 | more can it love. Thus the one feeds the other, and, with 150 3, 12 | great desire, and rising as one intoxicated both by the 151 3, 13 | various graces may exist in one soul, who, rising from fear 152 3, 14 | it is necessary that the one should flavor the other, 153 3, 14 | practice continually love to one's neighbor, together with 154 3, 14 | your Captain, was the only One who could increase in no 155 3, 14 | perfection, because He was one thing with Me, and I with 156 3, 17 | state of tears, said as one enamored -- "Thanks, thanks 157 3, 17 | subjects of my prayer, in one I find (in the course of 158 3, 17 | Eternal Father, to judge the one soul to be in light, and 159 3, 17 | supposing I should see that the one lives in great penance, 160 3, 18 | that, without the light, no one can walk in the truth, that 161 3, 18 | against Me. Wherefore, to one who possesses this light, 162 3, 18 | deprived of My grace. Such a one walks as if blind, for he 163 3, 19 | than the former general one. ~ 164 3, 19 | of living of the world. One perfection is that of those 165 3, 20 | and follow Him, for no one can reach Me, the Father, 166 3, 20 | this light, she runs, as one enamored and inflamed with 167 3, 20 | spiritual or temporal, but, like one who has placed his all in 168 3, 20 | peace and quiet, and no one scandalizes them, for they 169 3, 20 | to see all traveling by one road, because, in this way, 170 3, 20 | an injury is done to some one else, they endure it with 171 3, 20 | a good intention, for no one can judge the secrets of 172 3, 21 | virtue of which he expects one day to receive his payment, 173 3, 22 | God, who am I, miserable one, that You, Supreme and Eternal 174 3, 22 | upon whom oftentimes I, as one blind and sick with this 175 3, 22 | truth given to me, miserable one, by You, Eternal Truth, 176 3, 22 | and whom You have made one thing with me, and whom 177 3, 22 | Sweetest Love, that not one of them may be taken from 178 3, 22 | instruct me, miserable infirm one, from the beginning of my 179 3, 22 | and of two bodies make one soul, and that they attend 180 3, 23 | attentive to prayer, replying to one of the above-mentioned petitions. ~ 181 3, 24 | placed them. And, since one thing is better known by 182 3, 24 | is a Sun, because He is one thing with Me, the True 183 3, 24 | His most sweet Blood, is one Sun, all God and all man, 184 3, 24 | and all man, because He is one thing with Me and I with 185 3, 24 | Him, the Son; for He is one thing with us, the Holy 186 3, 24 | and We together forming one and the same Sun; that is 187 3, 24 | substance into which each one receives the fire. I will 188 3, 24 | who bring their candles, one weighing an ounce, others 189 3, 24 | receive this Sacrament. Each one carries his own candle, 190 3, 24 | for although you all have one and the same material, in 191 3, 25 | is, with the latter, that one must see, taste, and touch 192 3, 25 | You know that you went one morning to church at sunrise 193 3, 25 | whiteness of the bread, the one vision did not prevent the 194 3, 28 | virtue of the Blood. Each one, placed in a different rank, 195 3, 28 | see, therefore, that no one can receive the light without 196 3, 28 | united together and are one thing; wherefore he cannot, 197 3, 28 | I have said to you, have one power of his soul so ordered 198 3, 28 | affection of love, they are one thing with Me, and I with 199 3, 28 | another place, and each one has given light in the holy 200 3, 28 | having subjects, on seeing one putrefying from the corruption 201 3, 28 | members, who, with him, form one body under the same pastor. 202 3, 28 | that I being for him, no one could be against him; and 203 3, 28 | men, and to give to each one his nourishment. What caused 204 3, 30 | only-begotten Son being one and the same thing. What 205 3, 30 | you should ask Me, whether one who has no science can attain 206 3, 30 | and by My goodness each one is arranged in his place, 207 3, 30 | in his place, and to each one is measured of the affection 208 3, 31 | presumption), there is not one who would not despair, and 209 3, 31 | intolerable suffering in it. One who despairs despises My 210 3, 31 | charge of souls unjustly to one of your subjects, that is, 211 3, 31 | there is no reason that any one should remind him of the 212 3, 31 | another place. So that the one, that is to say, the just 213 3, 31 | suffering, that is, of the one, and the happiness of the 214 3, 32 | You can not deny it to any one who truly asks for it. Give, 215 4, 1 | kept in two ways, of which one is more perfect than the 216 4, 1 | precepts and counsels. The one way is the most perfect, 217 4, 1 | good and perfect; for no one at all can reach eternal 218 4, 1 | door, opened it, and no one can enter except by means 219 4, 1 | the Holy Gospel that 'no one could come to Me, the Father, 220 4, 1 | and therefore hastened as one enamored along the road 221 4, 1 | united them together that one cannot be lost without the 222 4, 1 | embraced His injuries like one enamored, fulfilling the 223 4, 2 | cannot observe or transgress one without observing or transgressing 224 4, 2 | whom she dwells. Such a one feels no hatred when injured, 225 4, 2 | kingdom is so great that no one can rule you, for you have 226 4, 3 | light without darkness, one supreme infinite good, shared 227 4, 5 | of faith, enters there as one dead, if she is truly obedient; 228 4, 5 | to you in another place, one virtue belongs especially 229 4, 5 | virtue belongs especially to one man, and another to another, 230 4, 5 | are perfect in kind, yet one possesses a higher degree 231 4, 6 | all together and not of one ship -- that is, one order -- 232 4, 6 | of one ship -- that is, one order -- in particular, 233 4, 6 | man may better know the one by contrast with the other, 234 4, 6 | any war, for there is no one to make war on him, for 235 4, 7 | receive a hundredfold for one, and also eternal lift; 236 4, 7 | and what is meant by this one, and this hundredfold. ~ 237 4, 7 | give you a hundredfold for one, and you shall possess eternal 238 4, 7 | give you a hundredfold for one.' And what is this hundredfold, 239 4, 7 | not, however, often cause one who gives alms to multiply 240 4, 7 | his own will. This is the one for which I repay him a 241 4, 7 | necessarily arrive at the number one hundred. This is that hundredfold 242 4, 7 | receive a hundredfold for one, and also eternal life, 243 4, 7 | sweet arrow does not appear one thing in face and tongue 244 4, 8 | is, My daughter, to see one who has once taken the key 245 4, 8 | how deluded he is, and no one else deceives him but himself. 246 4, 8 | of his superior. Such a one is indeed in the ship of 247 4, 8 | not on his heart. Such a one is no friar, but a masquerader, 248 4, 8 | polished terms, not simply, as one who should feed souls with 249 4, 8 | charity, because he loves no one but himself, and that not 250 4, 9 | inestimable good which no one can value or understand, 251 4, 10 | of My love in your soul: one for yourself, which I have 252 4, 10 | My clemency delivers -- one in this life, the second 253 4, 11 | intellect and my will, being one with Your Holy Spirit, who 254 Lette, 0| rejecting it. Moreover, not one drop of water could she 255 Lette, 0| prayers were so fervent that one hour spent in prayer by 256 Lette, 0| than would be suffered by one who should persist for two 257 Lette, 0| in such a state that any one who had seen her would have 258 Lette, 0| herself, even a little, from one side to another. In the 259 Lette, 0| could not doubt that, like one saved from a deep sea, she 260 Lette, 0| Spouse; but I, wretched one, have not corresponded with 261 Lette, 0| Pope Urban, saying this as one an hungered for the Blood 262 Lette, 0| mouth, were able to catch one or two now or again, passing 263 Lette, 0| again, passing them on from one to the other. After this


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