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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| the only possible home, if home they can have on earth, 2 Intro, 0| come?' Then Catherine, as if waking from a heavy sleep, 3 Intro, 0| her eyes and said: 'Oh, if you had seen what I see, 4 Intro, 0| Gregory the Great. Seldom, if ever, has the papal dignity 5 Intro, 0| Festivals of the Sabots should if possible be held at the 6 Intro, 0| honor them, and rightly; but if they have nothing but this 7 1, 1 | love. And yet I tell you, if you should ask Me, who these 8 1, 1 | prayer, to her neighbor, if she did not first profit 9 1, 1 | profit herself, that is, if she did not acquire virtue 10 1, 3 | explained this when he said: If I had the tongues of angels, 11 1, 3 | the tongues of angels, and if I knew the things of the 12 1, 4 | reply that this is the way, if you will arrive at a perfect 13 1, 4 | because she loves Me; for, if she did not love Me, she 14 1, 4 | glory and praise of My Name. If you act thus, I will satisfy 15 1, 4 | ordinary charity, wherefore, if they have trouble, they 16 1, 4 | receive the life of grace. But if, like fools, they are ungrateful, 17 1, 4 | with a diamond, which, if it be not broken by the 18 1, 4 | been paid for him. But, if he delays until the time 19 1, 4 | to Me, the Father; but, if a man barters and sells 20 1, 4 | to the devil, the devil, if he choose, has a right to 21 1, 4 | speaking in general; and if they satisfy for the guilt 22 1, 4 | the guilt alone, that is, if, having abandoned mortal 23 1, 5 | other. For this reason (if the soul elect to love Me) 24 1, 6 | least with your goodwill if you have nothing else. A 25 1, 6 | means of his neighbor, for, if he do not love Me, he cannot 26 1, 6 | injury done to him. And if a man be in a position of 27 1, 8 | men all their vices; thus, if you consider well, humility 28 1, 8 | supporting his defects. If you will observe the virtues 29 1, 8 | I have said to you; and, if fortitude were not able 30 2, 1 | Me little; often, indeed, if the soul perform not her 31 2, 1 | discretion, that is to say, if her affection be placed 32 2, 1 | possibility. Otherwise, if the soul place her foundation 33 2, 1 | discretion, or any fruit of life, if it were not planted in the 34 2, 1 | a prelate, or a servant, if he have this virtue, everything 35 2, 2 | stand together? It is, as if a circle were drawn on the 36 2, 2 | diameter of the circle, for if the tree were out of the 37 2, 2 | else than love; and, that if this soul have not in very 38 2, 2 | and its end in confusion, if this knowledge were not 39 2, 3 | And yet some time ago, if you remember, when you were 40 2, 3 | affection of the soul. For, if the principal affection 41 2, 3 | director, it is well; since, if she continued then to do 42 2, 3 | and not as an end. For, if she takes them as an end 43 2, 3 | be useful to others, for, if one single sin were committed 44 2, 3 | lay down a thousand times, if it were possible, the life 45 2, 3 | have I shown you, that, if virtue were not visible 46 2, 3 | who has conceived a child, if she do not bring it forth, 47 2, 3 | the Spouse of the soul, if she do not produce the child 48 2, 4 | of the world, saying, as if with the words of Moses, ' 49 2, 4 | will be the more glorified if You pardon so many creatures, 50 2, 4 | mercy. For what is it to me if I have life, and Your people 51 2, 5 | to satisfy it, for, even if he had satisfied to a certain 52 2, 5 | can keep the bridle on it if she choose. Then the vessel 53 2, 6 | receive injuries from Me, as if I desired anything else 54 2, 6 | I give you liberty, but, if you examine, you will see 55 2, 6 | have said to you above, and if they do not do it, the greater 56 2, 6 | by means of My servants, if they are jealous to constrain 57 2, 6 | will I fulfill your desire if you, on your part, endure 58 2, 9 | oh, Abyss of Charity, as if you were mad with love of 59 2, 9 | love of Your creature, as if You could not live without 60 2, 9 | malignant debtors. Wherefore, if I understand aright, Oh, 61 2, 10 | words are to be understood: "If I am lifted up from the 62 2, 10 | ad me ipsum,' that is, 'If I am lifted on high I will 63 2, 10 | so My Truth said well, 'If I am lifted on high,' &c., 64 2, 10 | high,' &c., meaning, that if the heart and the powers 65 2, 11 | built of stones, so that, if the rain come, it may not 66 2, 11 | That no man can come to Me if not by Him,' and so indeed 67 2, 11 | of the world. Wherefore, if the affection is not placed 68 2, 13 | that every person may, if he will, be illuminated 69 2, 13 | you the Paraclete' -- as if My Truth should say, 'I 70 2, 14 | that is, in Your saints. If I turn to the earth, it 71 2, 15 | proceeds every evil. But if she were grateful for the 72 2, 15 | in My love: but she, as if blind, goes groping down 73 2, 17 | remembrance of My mercy, for if they had it they would not 74 2, 20 | given to them. Wherefore, if they do not amend while 75 2, 21 | into so great evil. But if the soul have light to know 76 2, 21 | she can find mercy. But if she pass the Bridge of death 77 2, 22 | could not imagine it. And if you remember well, you know 78 2, 24 | have, the time to do so. If they finish their life, 79 2, 25 | bliss to the soul, for, if this were so, it would follow 80 2, 27 | please. It is an arm, which, if you place it in the hands 81 2, 27 | strikes you and slays you. But if man do not give this knife 82 2, 27 | hands of the Devil, that is, if he do not consent to his 83 2, 27 | and this he cannot do, if you do not wish it. Now 84 2, 27 | charity and died in love, if they have lived perfectly 85 2, 27 | themselves to be caught if they saw that no good or 86 2, 27 | At the foot of the Tree, if you remember well, there 87 2, 27 | without Me. But they, as if blinded by the fog of disordinate 88 2, 28 | intellect is faith, and if the soul has covered it 89 2, 28 | nothing but what I desire. If I allow the Devil to trouble 90 2, 28 | painful affliction. And if tribulations on man's account, 91 2, 30 | affection, says, as it were, 'If you will love, I will give 92 2, 30 | below. So, on the contrary, if the sensual affection wants 93 2, 31 | How if the three aforesaid powers 94 2, 31 | they are vice and virtue. If you desire to arrive at 95 2, 31 | persevere in virtue, and if you would have eternal death, 96 2, 33 | acceptable to Me. He says then: 'If there be two or three or 97 2, 33 | completely contained in two, and if these two are not observed 98 2, 33 | above transitory things, or, if he will still hold them, 99 2, 35 | vomit of mortal sin, but, if they do not arise with love 100 2, 36 | and not through fear, and if, with hatred of sin, they 101 2, 37 | This very love, however, if they serve Me with a view 102 2, 37 | withdrawing their charity if they see their own profit 103 2, 37 | of their own advantage. If, through a desire for perfection, 104 2, 37 | and his labor; wherefore, if these souls do not abandon 105 2, 37 | which they love Me, so that, if they love Me, as a servant 106 2, 37 | manifest Myself to them. If they, through displeasure 107 2, 39 | thing together. Wherefore if My Truth said, 'I will manifest 108 2, 39 | manifest Myself to you,' as if He should say, 'According 109 2, 40 | and how a man may know if he has become a friend. 110 2, 40 | come to prudence. Then, if she love Me without thought 111 2, 41 | love, know this well, for, if they have received My love 112 2, 41 | neighbor equally sincerely. If a man carry away the vessel 113 2, 41 | vessel becomes empty, but if he keep his vessel standing 114 2, 41 | when the lover feels pain if it appear to him that the 115 2, 41 | begotten Son. For I told you, if you remember, that upon 116 3, 1 | herself from every adversary, if grasped with the hand of 117 3, 2 | nourishment from prayer, if she pray only vocally, as 118 3, 2 | pleases Me but little. But if you ask Me, whether the 119 3, 2 | broadness of My good mercy, if the soul will only truly 120 3, 2 | therein. Wherefore it was, if you remember rightly, that, 121 3, 2 | find no way to take you. If I put you down through confusion, 122 3, 2 | the wings of mercy, and if I raise you on high, you 123 3, 2 | perfect mental prayer; but if she simply aims at completing 124 3, 2 | then, My visitation past, if there be time, she can resume 125 3, 2 | had resolved to say, but if she has not time to complete 126 3, 2 | death, say their office. But if they, at the hour appointed 127 3, 2 | salvation of the neighbor, if the soul see him to be in 128 3, 2 | united with mental prayer if made with the affection 129 3, 3 | delight from her mind. And if her sensuality, through 130 3, 5 | find in Me. But they, as if drunken with love and burning 131 3, 5 | divine Charity, and so, if you remember well, My Truth 132 3, 5 | virtue through My Blood, even if they have not been able 133 3, 5 | the face of the soul. But, if the soul be unable to confess, 134 3, 5 | this precious Blood. But if you are able to confess, 135 3, 5 | I wish you to do so, and if you are able to, and do 136 3, 8 | Thus, as if drunk with the Blood of 137 3, 10 | are contented to remain, if I desire them to remain, 138 3, 11 | fulfill it.' It is almost as if My Truth would say to them -- 139 3, 11 | knowledge of Scripture, as if they had studied it for 140 3, 11 | earnest-money of damnation, if he yield to it." ~ 141 3, 14 | heart so much as the eye. If the heart is in pain the 142 3, 14 | the eye manifests it. And if the pain be sensual the 143 3, 14 | drops sensual tears, and if you ask Me why, I reply: 144 3, 14 | when it has been reached if the soul abandon the affection 145 3, 15 | all of which give life if they are disciplined in 146 3, 15 | virtue of yours have any life if you served Me with anything 147 3, 16 | diverse kinds of sin, and if they should produce some 148 3, 16 | towards their neighbor. So if a man be a thief, he robs 149 3, 17 | many deeds.' Nevertheless, if it please Your Goodness 150 3, 17 | greatest pleasure. And also, if on some occasion, when I 151 3, 17 | revealed Your Presence. If I remember well, oh, Eternal 152 3, 17 | spiritual self-love; for if it were so, I would humbly 153 3, 18 | towards Me, and remember, that if you do not see, you can 154 3, 18 | And similarly if the soul know not good, 155 3, 18 | grace. Such a one walks as if blind, for he knows not 156 3, 19 | reaching the perfect. For, if the soul truly have light, 157 3, 19 | and are good and perfect, if their penance be illuminated 158 3, 19 | discretion, and founded on Me, if, that is to say, they act 159 3, 19 | of the will of man. But, if they were not thus clothed 160 3, 19 | and there she lies. Now, if the soul were not in this 161 3, 20 | of your sins. It was as if the sweet and amorous Word, 162 3, 20 | can reach Me, the Father, if not by Him; He is the Way 163 3, 20 | holiness which he sees, than if he were to see all traveling 164 3, 20 | your ear. So much so, that, if you remember truly, you 165 3, 20 | them and in yourself. And, if you should see evident sins 166 3, 20 | contempt of your neighbor, if you judge his evil will 167 3, 20 | given to you by My Truth, if you remember well. Now I 168 3, 20 | life in this life; and, if you have well retained this 169 3, 22 | Then that soul, as if, in truth, inebriated, seemed 170 3, 22 | seemed beside herself, as if the feelings of the body 171 3, 22 | with her Creator, and as if, in elevation of mind, she 172 3, 22 | commit today; wherefore if it should please Your goodness 173 3, 23 | fail you, and every man, if he be humble, shall receive 174 3, 24 | mantle of the host; for even if the host should be divided 175 3, 24 | into a million particles (if it were possible) in each 176 3, 24 | If you have a light, and the 177 3, 24 | cannot burn or receive light, if you have not received in 178 3, 24 | If all the world should receive 179 3, 24 | metaphor of the light, that, if all the world came to take 180 3, 25 | the eye of the intellect if within it is the pupil of 181 3, 25 | Me, as I revealed to you, if you remember well, almost 182 3, 25 | with the hand of love, as if to certify to herself that 183 3, 27 | miseries may be more intense. If they themselves considered 184 3, 27 | against Me, but also, that, if they gave their bodies to 185 3, 27 | their fellow-creatures; for, if by sin they are cruel to 186 3, 28 | receiving virtue from Me. If you turn to Augustine, and 187 3, 28 | perfect humility. And, as if famished for such food, 188 3, 28 | under the same pastor. But if he were a physician, good 189 3, 28 | position is to be kept. If they would only see that 190 3, 28 | not to see. And, moreover, if they do see they do not 191 3, 28 | leaders of the blind, and if the blind lead the blind, 192 3, 28 | sun, did not, and do not (if there be any now) act so. 193 3, 28 | not fearing, or caring if for them and their subjects 194 3, 28 | vain, who watches the city if it be not guarded by Me. 195 3, 28 | his labor will be vain, if he thinks by his labor or 196 3, 29 | them. You know well that if a filthy and badly dressed 197 3, 29 | I wish to do them grace, if only they will dispose themselves 198 3, 29 | prayers, will do them mercy if they will only receive it, 199 3, 29 | will only receive it, but if they do not correct their 200 3, 29 | cause of their ruin. For if they do not accept the breadth 201 3, 30 | depend on their will, because if their will were in accordance 202 3, 30 | they come round him to see if they can acquire anything, 203 3, 30 | measure of your love, and if you should ask Me, whether 204 3, 30 | Wherefore if they do this solicitously 205 3, 31 | with this mercy he can, if he will, take hold on hope. 206 3, 31 | sometimes grieve for them, and if they grieve in the right 207 3, 31 | and goodness. Wherefore, if a man fall into this sin, 208 3, 31 | the point of death, even if their life have been disordered 209 3, 31 | condemnation they receive, as if they had not so nourished 210 3, 31 | And if as a prelate you have given 211 3, 31 | indeed the harm of despair if they do not wish it, but 212 3, 32 | Then this soul, as if inebriated, tormented, and 213 3, 32 | I am she who is not, and if I spoke as being anything 214 4, 1 | satisfying your desire. And if you ask Me where obedience 215 4, 1 | all can reach eternal life if he be not obedient, for 216 4, 1 | come to Me, the Father, if not by Him.' When He returned 217 4, 2 | which the Word had, and if a man does not unlock in 218 4, 2 | apt to lose their key; for if they suffer a little extra 219 4, 2 | corporal tribulation, and if, as often happens, the hand 220 4, 2 | can indeed find it again if they wish to while they 221 4, 2 | to while they live, but if they do not wish they will 222 4, 2 | satisfy all his desires, if he strip himself of worldly 223 4, 3 | the precepts of the law if they will, and have the 224 4, 3 | put upon these words as if it should have been said, 225 4, 3 | it should have been said, if your neighbor injures you 226 4, 3 | should you observe it, and if you do not you will injure 227 4, 4 | you are all obliged to do if you will have life and not 228 4, 5 | enters there as one dead, if she is truly obedient; that 229 4, 5 | obedient; that is to say, if she have perfectly observed 230 4, 5 | general obedience. And even if she should be imperfect 231 4, 5 | temporal or spiritual, for if he is truly obedient, and 232 4, 5 | sons his curse and Mine, if they should hold any possessions, 233 4, 6 | and how he should walk if he would enter the ship 234 4, 6 | what ruin they would come if they transgressed obedience, 235 4, 6 | holding their heads erect, and if sometimes it suits their 236 4, 6 | have money to spend, for if they had it not they could 237 4, 6 | and physical impurity, for if sometimes from shame or 238 4, 6 | those who truly fear Me, and if he should converse with 239 4, 6 | himself and come to Me. And if it should seem to him that 240 4, 6 | should have less thereof, for if he wished this he would 241 4, 6 | corrupt his garments; and if anything is given to him, 242 4, 7 | possess eternal life.' As if My Truth had wished to say, ' 243 4, 8 | danger of eternal death; for if his clothes should be suddenly 244 4, 8 | of a ribald secular; and if he have to preach My doctrine, 245 4, 8 | pleasure, you fly your cell as if it were a prison, for you 246 4, 8 | torments to endure, and if he do not amend before his 247 4, 9 | walked upon the water as if he had been on dry land, 248 4, 9 | disciple. In everything, if you open the eye of the 249 4, 9 | for the sake of obedience. If you were lifted up in such 250 4, 9 | give a law), you ought, if possible, to force yourself 251 4, 9 | source of merit to him. If he eats, obedience is his 252 4, 9 | obedience is his food; if he sleeps, his dreams are 253 4, 9 | his dreams are obedience; if he walks, if he remains 254 4, 9 | obedience; if he walks, if he remains still, if he 255 4, 9 | walks, if he remains still, if he fasts, if he watches -- 256 4, 9 | remains still, if he fasts, if he watches -- everything 257 4, 9 | that he does is obedience; if he serve his neighbor, it 258 4, 10 | If you remember well, you made 259 4, 10 | not to be taken prisoner if you go slowly. I demand 260 4, 11 | for me is ineffable, as if You were mad with love for 261 Lette, 0| it evidently was so; for, if I were to attempt to explain 262 Lette, 0| her head and her arms as if to show that she was suffering 263 Lette, 0| remained as flexible as if she were still alive. During


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