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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| historical investigation should be conducted. And yet, while 2 Intro, 0| morose pedant indeed who should wish to rationalize this 3 Intro, 0| an Italian anti-Pope who should fortify his position by 4 Intro, 0| communion. An anti-Pope who should have rallied to his allegiance 5 Intro, 0| the penniless fisherman should have his place among the 6 Intro, 0| Festivals of the Sabots should if possible be held at the 7 Intro, 0| much as its wickedness, should warn us of its true nature. 8 1, 1 | And yet I tell you, if you should ask Me, who these are, I 9 1, 1 | ask Me, who these are, I should reply" (said the sweet and 10 1, 3 | However, I wish that you should know, that not all the pains 11 1, 4 | Eternal Truth, that you should never go outside the knowledge 12 1, 4 | namely, that their obstinacy should not be so great in their 13 1, 4 | truth, affection, so that he should love Me, the Eternal Truth, 14 1, 5 | say to you all, that you should ask, and it will be given 15 1, 5 | soul elect to love Me) she should elect to endure pains for 16 1, 6 | I wish also that you should know that every virtue is 17 1, 6 | of help that he performs should proceed from the charity 18 1, 7 | can do Me no profit, you should do it to your neighbor. 19 1, 7 | soul, in order that man should, perforce, have material 20 1, 7 | possessed of all that they should need both for body and soul, 21 1, 7 | soul, but I wish that one should have need of the other, 22 1, 7 | the other, and that they should be My ministers to administer 23 2, 1 | How the affection should not place reliance chiefly 24 2, 1 | perfection will be impeded; she should rather place reliance on 25 2, 1 | With this discretion, then, should the soul perform her penance, 26 2, 1 | her penance, that is, she should place her principal affection 27 2, 1 | than in penance. Penance should be but the means to increase 28 2, 1 | knowledge which the soul should have of herself and of Me, 29 2, 1 | continuous prayer, which all should pay to each other, and further, 30 2, 2 | united; and how the soul should conform herself to this 31 2, 2 | the affection of the soul, should grow in, and issue from 32 2, 3 | other corporal exercises, should be observed merely as means, 33 2, 3 | were placed in penance, I should receive a finite thing like 34 2, 3 | which I have called a word, should be joined with the affection 35 2, 3 | that principal foundation should be placed in penance only, 36 2, 3 | in his epistle, that you should mortify the body and destroy 37 2, 3 | macerating the flesh whenever it should wish to combat the spirit, 38 2, 3 | the spirit, but the will should be dead and annihilated 39 2, 3 | virtues and good works, should increase infinitely, and 40 2, 3 | However, no one should judge that he has greater 41 2, 3 | worth nothing. And this love should be directed to Me endlessly, 42 2, 3 | discretion ordains that the soul should direct all her powers to 43 2, 3 | manly zeal, and, that she should love her neighbor with such 44 2, 3 | soul, who wishes for grace, should pay her debts, that is, 45 2, 3 | pay her debts, that is, should love Me with an infinite 46 2, 3 | finite and created by Me, should be saved through offense 47 2, 3 | produce; therefore, in no way should you ever incur the guilt 48 2, 4 | which he had fallen, there should come a great peace; and 49 2, 5 | Holy Church; and, not only should they feed themselves, but 50 2, 5 | also any other people who should wish to leave the darkness 51 2, 6 | that he who receives more should render more, and should 52 2, 6 | should render more, and should be under great obligations 53 2, 7 | wish that you, My children, should know that the road was broken 54 2, 8 | to you, in order that man should pass through the bitterness 55 2, 8 | race, so that human nature should sustain the punishment, 56 2, 8 | united with the human, should make acceptable the sacrifice 57 2, 8 | enough, in order that you should have life, that My Son should 58 2, 8 | should have life, that My Son should have made you this Bridge, 59 2, 9 | Bridge and those who do not; should it please Your goodness 60 2, 10 | sent Him in order that He should be lifted on high on the 61 2, 10 | born of human generation, should be re-made, in order to 62 2, 10 | order that ignorant man should be unable to resist being 63 2, 10 | necessary that the Bridge should be lifted on high, and have 64 2, 13 | Paraclete' -- as if My Truth should say, 'I will go to the Father 65 2, 13 | Manfully, then, should you follow this road, without 66 2, 14 | so that we, weak ones, should have comfort, and the ignorant 67 2, 14 | ignorant commemorating You, should not lose the memory of Your 68 2, 15 | But I have wished that you should taste this mercy, and also 69 2, 15 | their nourishment, which should have been humility, from 70 2, 16 | that the thought of them should not occupy their heart. 71 2, 24 | their damnation when they should arrive in torment together 72 2, 25 | and I would not that you should think that they have this 73 2, 26 | of My Son, and which they should have done for their neighbor, 74 2, 27 | glory of victory. And no one should fear any battle or temptation 75 2, 29 | only Son, and what method should be used so as to come entirely 76 2, 30 | showed you the methods they should use; nevertheless, now I 77 2, 32 | have seen to what way you should keep, and how, namely with 78 2, 33 | in this way, in which you should follow, I am in your midst, 79 2, 36 | powers of the soul, which should be exercised by the light 80 2, 37 | created them. My creatures should see and know that I wish 81 2, 37 | is impossible that they should not turn back. For those 82 2, 37 | one's own advantage. Sin should be abandoned because it 83 2, 37 | displeasing to Me, and virtue should be loved for My sake. It 84 2, 37 | many troubles. Such souls should arise and become sons, and 85 2, 39 | be seen by you, until you should be separated from your bodies. 86 2, 39 | Myself to you,' as if He should say, 'According as My Father 87 2, 40 | first step of the Bridge, should proceed to mount the second. ~ 88 2, 40 | those, that is to say, who should come after. He said 'I will 89 2, 40 | spiritual self-love, for this should be the end and purpose of 90 2, 41 | whether spiritual or temporal, should be drunk in Me, without 91 2, 41 | considerations. I require that you should love Me with the same love 92 3, 2 | every virtue. Wherefore should she persevere and never 93 3, 2 | the soul. All of this she should pass by, by means of the 94 3, 2 | doctrine of My Truth, lest they should faint through weakness. 95 3, 2 | ask Me, whether the soul should abandon vocal prayer, since 96 3, 2 | called to mental prayer, I should reply 'No.' The soul should 97 3, 2 | should reply 'No.' The soul should advance by degrees, and 98 3, 2 | it with her prayer. She should nevertheless continue in 99 3, 2 | fall into idleness. But she should not say her vocal prayers 100 3, 2 | while she is reciting, she should endeavor to elevate her 101 3, 2 | of her sins. And this she should do, so that self- knowledge 102 3, 2 | consideration of her own defects should make her recognize My goodness 103 3, 2 | fear that otherwise she should be brought to confusion. 104 3, 2 | charity.' The soul, therefore, should season the knowledge of 105 3, 2 | which she had begun. She should not do so, for, in so doing, 106 3, 2 | ways I have told you, she should abandon vocal prayer; then, 107 3, 2 | appointed for saying it, should feel their minds drawn and 108 3, 2 | and raised by desire, they should so arrange as to say it 109 3, 2 | other case, vocal prayer should be immediately abandoned 110 3, 2 | perfection, and therefore she should not abandon it, but use 111 3, 2 | replace a prayer which one should make oneself at the appointed 112 3, 2 | prayer. The enclosed soul should therefore spur herself on 113 3, 3 | sensuality, through malevolence, should lift its head against reason, 114 3, 3 | the judgment of conscience should rise against it, and, with 115 3, 3 | rise above imperfection should await My Providence in the 116 3, 3 | of the Holy Spirit. She should remain fasting and watching, 117 3, 5 | these Baptisms, which you should all receive until the last 118 3, 6 | they do so in the way they should, loving Me above everything, 119 3, 12 | herself) in order that He should do mercy to the world. And, 120 3, 14 | is necessary that the one should flavor the other, else the 121 3, 14 | ministered unto by you; you should therefore love them with 122 3, 14 | Goodness, but the humble soul should despise such things, not 123 3, 16 | kinds of sin, and if they should produce some good fruit 124 3, 16 | whatever state a man may be, he should never stop doing good. ~ 125 3, 16 | to their state that they should always be unquiet, longing 126 3, 17 | to ask for counsel, how should I teach him? I know, Sweet 127 3, 17 | darkness? Or, supposing I should see that the one lives in 128 3, 17 | and the other does not, should I be right to judge that 129 3, 18 | that My rational creature should be conquered by it, but 130 3, 18 | it, but in order that he should prove and increase the virtue 131 3, 18 | true beauty consisted, she should not raise her head in pride 132 3, 18 | instability of the world. This should be seen by the eye of the 133 3, 18 | his own dignity, which he should maintain by advancing to 134 3, 19 | which I have spoken, she should not remain contented, because, 135 3, 19 | fact, is turning back. She should either grow in the general 136 3, 19 | because it seems to me that I should possess Him more, and serve 137 3, 19 | with love and reverence, should she receive everything, 138 3, 20 | troubles in order that you should be sanctified in Me. Wherefore 139 3, 20 | and amorous Word, My Son, should have said to you: 'Behold, 140 3, 20 | Their principal desire should be to slay their own will, 141 3, 20 | purity, namely, that you should never judge the will of 142 3, 20 | to others. My will alone should you consider, both in them 143 3, 20 | in yourself. And, if you should see evident sins or defects, 144 3, 20 | which you do not see you should not judge in your mind, 145 3, 20 | you and show you how men should never discern by judgment, 146 3, 22 | commit today; wherefore if it should please Your goodness to 147 3, 24 | host; for even if the host should be divided into a million 148 3, 24 | possible) in each particle should I be present, whole God 149 3, 24 | light, and the whole world should come to you in order to 150 3, 24 | yourselves to receive it. He who should go to this sweet Sacrament 151 3, 24 | soul is not disposed as she should be for so great a mystery, 152 3, 24 | If all the world should receive in communion the 153 3, 25 | what eye, dearest daughter, should you and others look at this 154 3, 25 | at this mystery, and how should you touch it? Not only with 155 3, 25 | holy faith, for this eye should be your principal means 156 3, 25 | wherefore, with it you should look on this Sacrament. 157 3, 25 | See, therefore, that you should receive and look on this 158 3, 26 | soul who receives, as she should, this Bread of Life, this 159 3, 27 | purity and charity, that they should love Me and their neighbor, 160 3, 28 | sheep, having willed that He should give His life for you. These 161 3, 28 | correct not the faults they should correct in others, because 162 3, 28 | servile fear that anything should diminish to them, either 163 3, 29 | and of the reverence which should be paid to priests, whether 164 3, 29 | Wherefore this reverence should never diminish in the case 165 3, 29 | what great reverence you should hold them, for they are 166 3, 29 | placed in their hands. You should love them therefore by reason 167 3, 29 | very virtue and dignity you should hate the defects of those 168 3, 29 | love of his master that he should be cleansed from his foulness 169 3, 29 | nature. Their sins indeed should displease you, and you should 170 3, 29 | should displease you, and you should hate them, and strive with 171 3, 29 | that is to say, that you should offer them before Me with 172 3, 29 | according to My will that they should administer to you the Sun 173 3, 29 | darkness, not that they should be stripped of the garment 174 3, 29 | being My will that they should be in this state, you should 175 3, 29 | should be in this state, you should pray for them, and not judge 176 3, 30 | of your love, and if you should ask Me, whether one who 177 3, 30 | can attain to this love, I should reply, yes it is possible 178 3, 31 | them this, so that they should offend Me by means of My 179 3, 31 | mercy, but rather that they should dilate themselves in charity, 180 3, 31 | offense against Me as he should, grieving indeed for his 181 3, 31 | displeases Me that they should consider their sins to be 182 3, 31 | reproving them in that they should have used the time and the 183 3, 31 | I gave them through love should have been spent in holiness, 184 3, 31 | your house. Whereas you should have lived in voluntary 185 3, 31 | love and hunger which you should have felt towards nourishing 186 3, 31 | is no reason that any one should remind him of the sins that 187 3, 31 | love and charity which they should have to this divine spouse, 188 3, 32 | being anything of myself, I should be lying by my own head, 189 3, 32 | lying by my own head, and should be a lying daughter of the 190 3, 32 | Fire of Love, that my heart should ever grow weary, or my eyes 191 3, 32 | told us to cry out, and we should be answered; to knock, and 192 4, 1 | eternal death. All this you should read in that glorious book, 193 4, 2 | opened, and how the soul should fasten it by means of a 194 4, 2 | it is not enough that it should be only in word, and not 195 4, 2 | Your creator, of which you should make a girdle to yourself 196 4, 3 | although everyone may and should hope as long as he has life, 197 4, 3 | long as he has life, he should not put such trust in this 198 4, 3 | upon these words as if it should have been said, if your 199 4, 3 | this rule. Literally also should you observe it, and if you 200 4, 4 | it to be your will that I should speak to you of this particular 201 4, 5 | obedience. And even if she should be imperfect when she enters, 202 4, 5 | the smallest matters they should experience the fruit of 203 4, 5 | perfectly, wishing that his sons should apply themselves only to 204 4, 5 | curse and Mine, if they should hold any possessions, either 205 4, 5 | continence, and wishes that all should observe it, with true and 206 4, 5 | he provided for those who should be less perfect, for though 207 4, 5 | sinner, but rather that he should be converted and live. Wherefore 208 4, 6 | with the other, and how he should walk if he would enter the 209 4, 6 | of a religious order. How should he walk who wishes to enter 210 4, 6 | shame. Thus dead to himself, should he who is old enough enter 211 4, 6 | souls in diverse ways), he should acquire and preserve this 212 4, 6 | see in any real door. They should keep this key when they 213 4, 6 | whether he will or no he should not leave the ship of the 214 4, 6 | the ship of the order, but should walk the narrow path of 215 4, 6 | by her mother, Charity, should be offended; so he drives 216 4, 6 | true hope which the soul should have in Me; injustice cannot 217 4, 6 | truly fear Me, and if he should converse with those who 218 4, 6 | and come to Me. And if it should seem to him that on account 219 4, 6 | however, that his brother should have less thereof, for if 220 4, 6 | themselves which of them should be the greater, for calling 221 4, 8 | death; for if his clothes should be suddenly torn from the 222 4, 8 | not simply, as one who should feed souls with the seed 223 4, 9 | virtue. Everything else should be abandoned for the sake 224 4, 9 | imposed on you, though you should never leave prayer, except 225 4, 10 | you made of Me was that I should do mercy to the world. In 226 4, 10 | reverence towards My ministers should not diminish on account 227 4, 11 | This light, without which I should still walk in darkness, 228 Lette, 0| would be suffered by one who should persist for two whole days 229 Lette, 0| and unheard-of agony, I should fear to injure, by my explanations, 230 Lette, 0| many beloved sons, that I should love them with singular


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