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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| of man. Another case, but how profoundly more significant 2 Intro, 0| sometimes very wonderful. How subtle, for instance, is 3 1, 1 | How a soul, elevated by desire 4 1, 2 | How the desire of this soul 5 1, 3 | How finite works are not sufficient 6 1, 4 | How desire and contrition of 7 1, 4 | oneself and in others; and how sometimes it satisfies for 8 1, 4 | sweet Truth continued: "See how, by contrition of the heart, 9 1, 4 | passions, they may know how little stability it has, 10 1, 4 | relate, nor the heart think, how many are the roads and ways 11 1, 4 | therefore, you have understood how suffering satisfies for 12 1, 5 | How very pleasing to God is 13 1, 6 | How every virtue and every defect 14 1, 7 | How virtues are accomplished 15 1, 7 | means of our neighbor, and how it is that virtues differ 16 1, 7 | I have told you how all sins are accomplished 17 1, 8 | How virtues are proved and fortified 18 1, 8 | present, I have taught you how a man may serve his neighbor, 19 2, 1 | How the affection should not 20 2, 1 | but rather on virtues; and how discretion receives life 21 2, 2 | A parable showing how love, humility, and discretion 22 2, 2 | discretion are united; and how the soul should conform 23 2, 2 | Do you know how these three virtues stand 24 2, 3 | How penance and other corporal 25 2, 3 | knowing, that is to say, how to keep the rein on the 26 2, 3 | from charity. So you see how discreetly every soul, who 27 2, 4 | How this soul grew by means 28 2, 4 | the divine response, and how her sorrows grew less, and 29 2, 4 | her sorrows grew less, and how she prayed to God for the 30 2, 5 | How God grieves over the Christian 31 2, 5 | you; but marvel, and see how My spouse has defiled her 32 2, 6 | How sin is more gravely punished 33 2, 6 | Christ than before; and how God promises to do mercy 34 2, 6 | to grace. See, therefore, how much more they owe after 35 2, 7 | How the road to Heaven being 36 2, 7 | the creature is to Me, and how ignorant he is, not to take 37 2, 8 | How God induces the soul to 38 2, 8 | You will see further how those bear themselves who 39 2, 9 | How this soul prays God to show 40 2, 10 | How this Bridge has three steps, 41 2, 10 | states of the soul; and how, being lifted on high, yet 42 2, 10 | separated from the earth; and how these words are to be understood: " 43 2, 11 | How this Bridge is built of 44 2, 11 | which signify virtues; and how on the Bridge is a hostelry 45 2, 11 | given to the travelers; and how he who goes over the Bridge 46 2, 11 | Incarnation of this My Son. How was Heaven opened? With 47 2, 12 | How traveling on both of these 48 2, 12 | heard about this Bridge, how it is, and this I have told 49 2, 13 | How this Bridge, having reached 50 2, 13 | See then how He returns, not in actual 51 2, 13 | And I have shown how My Son, returning to Me, 52 2, 14 | How this soul wondering at the 53 2, 14 | face of God, exclaimed, "How great is the Eternal Mercy 54 2, 15 | river under the Bridge; and how the soul, that passes underneath, 55 2, 15 | said to you. Do you know how this tree finds such roots? 56 2, 16 | How the fruits of this tree 57 2, 17 | How the fruit of others is avarice; 58 2, 17 | succoring him charitably. Oh, how many are the evils that 59 2, 17 | this cursed sin of avarice, how many homicides and thefts, 60 2, 17 | homicides and thefts, and how much pillage with unlawful 61 2, 17 | his own or others' good. How will these wicked ones in 62 2, 17 | poor, when they rob others? How will they draw their foul 63 2, 18 | How some others hold positions 64 2, 19 | How through these and through 65 2, 19 | seem good to them. Oh, how blind is the human generation 66 2, 20 | of false judgment;" and how one of these reproofs is 67 2, 22 | even you do not know well how horrible he is, because, 68 2, 23 | now, so that you may see how greatly man deceives himself, 69 2, 24 | How the damned cannot desire 70 2, 25 | good of the Blessed. Oh, how much delight they have in 71 2, 25 | who am every good! Oh, how much delight they will have 72 2, 26 | How, after the General Judgment, 73 2, 27 | use of temptations, and how every soul in her extremity 74 2, 27 | wish it. Now you see, then, how great is the foolishness 75 2, 27 | How the Devil gets hold of souls, 76 2, 27 | pretense of some good: and, how those are deceived who keep 77 2, 27 | Now I want to show you how they deceive themselves, 78 2, 27 | deceive themselves, and how, wishing to flee troubles, 79 2, 27 | nor themselves. You see how deceived they are, choosing 80 2, 27 | I have shown you how they are deceived by a disordinate 81 2, 27 | a disordinate fear, and how I am your God, immovable, 82 2, 28 | How, the world having germinated 83 2, 28 | goodness, and have told you how they are deceived by their 84 2, 28 | now I wish to tell you how it is only they themselves 85 2, 28 | But how have they the earnest money 86 2, 29 | How this soul was in great bitterness, 87 2, 30 | How the three steps figured 88 2, 30 | tastes My mercy, and sees how, through mercy, I have lent 89 2, 31 | How if the three aforesaid powers 90 2, 31 | above, when you asked Me, how the voyagers could come 91 2, 32 | way you should keep, and how, namely with perseverance, 92 2, 34 | How this devoted soul looking 93 2, 35 | How servile fear is not sufficient, 94 2, 35 | to give eternal life; and how the law of fear and that 95 2, 36 | How, by exercising oneself in 96 2, 37 | enabled to know My Truth, how, in order to give them eternal 97 2, 38 | Do you know how I manifest Myself to the 98 2, 39 | You see now how truly My Word spoke, when 99 2, 40 | How the soul, after having mounted 100 2, 40 | You have now seen how excellent is the state of 101 2, 40 | and now I will show you how they signify the three states, 102 2, 40 | state, I wish to show you how a man becomes a friend and 103 2, 40 | man becomes a friend and how, from a friend, he grows 104 2, 40 | attaining to filial love, and how a man may know if he has 105 2, 40 | become a friend. And first of how a man arrives at being a 106 2, 40 | told you, that is to say: how the soul arrives at perfection, 107 2, 40 | am the fire of charity. How does she await me? Not in 108 2, 40 | own weakness, and learn how incapable she is of stability 109 2, 41 | How an imperfect lover of GOD 110 2, 41 | your neighbor. Do you know how the imperfection of spiritual 111 3, 1 | increase of grace in her. How is a lively faith to be 112 3, 2 | complete doctrine is given; and how the soul proceeds from vocal 113 3, 2 | Know, dearest daughter, how, by humble, continual, and 114 3, 2 | virtue of perseverance. Oh, how sweet and pleasant to that 115 3, 2 | prayer. I have now told you how mental prayer is reached 116 3, 2 | prayers of good-will, and how every exercise, whether 117 3, 3 | have shown you in many ways how the soul raises herself 118 3, 4 | now remains to be told you how it can be seen that souls 119 3, 5 | How they who are imperfect desire 120 3, 5 | because My love was infinite, how much more love I had, I 121 3, 5 | open, so that you might see how much more I loved than I 122 3, 5 | that My love was infinite. How? By the Baptism of Blood, 123 3, 6 | How worldly people render glory 124 3, 7 | How even the devils render glory 125 3, 8 | How the soul, after she has 126 3, 9 | How after Saint Paul was drawn 127 3, 10 | How the soul who finds herself 128 3, 11 | How they, who are arrived at 129 3, 11 | light infused by grace. And how it is better to go for counsel 130 3, 11 | of the evangelical life, how is the Gospel declared to 131 3, 11 | it in love and holy fear. How was this declared to be 132 3, 12 | How this devout soul seeks knowledge 133 3, 12 | different kinds of tears, and how they came to be, and whence 134 3, 13 | How there are five kinds of 135 3, 14 | best beloved daughter, how glorious is that soul who 136 3, 14 | Oh, how sweet is the taste of this 137 3, 15 | How the four stages of the soul, 138 3, 15 | tears of infinite value: and how God wishes to be served 139 3, 15 | have said to you. You ask how their value can be infinite. 140 3, 15 | I have already told you how tears come from the heart, 141 3, 15 | come from the heart, and how the heart distributes them 142 3, 15 | Holy Spirit. You see then how tears are infinite, how, 143 3, 15 | how tears are infinite, how, as regards the tears shed 144 3, 16 | complainings. Do you know how many? There are as many 145 3, 16 | with duplicity and misery. How much danger, apart from 146 3, 16 | have all heard and seen how, through words alone, have 147 3, 17 | How this devout soul, thanking 148 3, 17 | Yours to ask for counsel, how should I teach him? I know, 149 3, 18 | How the light of reason is necessary 150 3, 18 | recognize your own fragility, how strong is your inclination, 151 3, 18 | has for Me, her Creator. How does she prove it? When, 152 3, 18 | the True Good. See then how necessary is this light, 153 3, 18 | virtue. See, therefore, how his ignorance is the cause 154 3, 18 | cause of all his evil, and how you also need this light, 155 3, 20 | imperfect alike. And see, how My Truth, the Lamb, who 156 3, 20 | will tell you and show you how men should never discern 157 3, 22 | How this soul, rendering thanks 158 3, 22 | of pilgrimage, may know how to avoid being deceived 159 3, 23 | How God renders this soul attentive 160 3, 25 | How the bodily sentiments are 161 3, 25 | look at this mystery, and how should you touch it? Not 162 3, 25 | How is this Sacrament to be 163 3, 25 | look on this Sacrament. How do you touch It? By the 164 3, 25 | and known through faith. How do you taste It? With the 165 3, 26 | benefit of the Blood. See then how straitly you are constrained 166 3, 27 | How the things which have been 167 3, 27 | dignity of priests; and how God demands in them greater 168 3, 28 | and holy ministers; and how such are like the sun. ~ 169 3, 28 | the others, you will see how much light they have thrown 170 3, 28 | doctrine as I said. With how much humility did they govern 171 3, 28 | converse with them! With how much hope and lively faith, 172 3, 28 | And so with love they knew how to be all things to all 173 3, 29 | which I have appointed them, how worthy they are of being 174 3, 30 | Having told you how the world and the devils 175 3, 30 | poor wretches), telling you how different are the struggles 176 3, 30 | to those of a sinner, and how different are their deaths, 177 3, 30 | different are their deaths, and how the peace of the just man' 178 3, 30 | and drowned in the same. How is it that the devils cannot 179 3, 30 | said, more than others. Oh! how happy are their souls when 180 3, 31 | as I have related to you. How terrible and dark is their 181 3, 31 | bring him to despair. Oh! how hard for them is this battle, 182 3, 31 | guilt of mortal sin, and how even when you recited it 183 3, 31 | not considered to whom and how you were giving it, the 184 3, 31 | See now, dearest daughter, how different are the sufferings 185 3, 31 | man and to a sinner, and how different is their end. ~ 186 3, 31 | it is but a trifle. See how great is the blindness of 187 3, 32 | How this devout soul, praising 188 3, 32 | more, more even than I knew how to ask for. Wherefore I 189 3, 32 | the heart of man knows not how to ask or desire as much 190 4, 2 | How obedience is the key with 191 4, 2 | which Heaven is opened, and how the soul should fasten it 192 4, 2 | repair it that no matter how much a man may have spoiled 193 4, 2 | dwell in their soul. Oh! how sweet and glorious is this 194 4, 5 | How a soul advances from general 195 4, 6 | contrast with the other, and how he should walk if he would 196 4, 6 | ship of a religious order. How should he walk who wishes 197 4, 6 | the kingdom of heaven and how he may best observe true 198 4, 7 | How the truly obedient receive 199 4, 8 | for the obedient man. For how can this wretch be in any 200 4, 8 | love than without it. Oh! how deluded he is, and no one 201 4, 8 | torment. See, therefore, how he deludes himself; for, 202 4, 9 | How God does not reward merit 203 4, 9 | finish it; wherefore to show how pleasing his prompt obedience 204 4, 9 | In order to show how pleasing it is to Me, the 205 4, 9 | did not proceed to ask how could it possibly do any 206 4, 9 | with the light of faith of how to fulfill the command of 207 4, 9 | in order that you may see how prompt I wish the obedience 208 4, 9 | of My servants to be, and how pleasing it is to Me. Everything 209 4, 9 | obedience that he serves. How is he guided in the choir, 210 4, 10 | My Truth, and showing you how you may know this truth 211 4, 10 | know; explaining to you how you might come to the knowledge 212 4, 10 | contrition of the heart. How this is to be done I have 213 4, 10 | light concerning My truth, how this Bridge is built on 214 4, 10 | reaching perfection, and how the soul may know by which 215 4, 10 | sins of the latter, and how displeasing to me is such 216 4, 10 | particular, showing you how everything is made by divine 217 4, 10 | imperfection of disobedience; and how obedience can be obtained 218 4, 10 | obedience can be obtained and how destroyed. I have shown 219 4, 10 | war of disobedience, and how the disobedient man is deceived, 220 4, 10 | is deceived, showing you how death came into the world 221 4, 10 | disobedience of Adam, and how I, the Eternal Father, supreme 222 4, 11 | How this most devout soul, thanking 223 4, 11 | body and see You in truth. How long, oh! Eternal Trinity, 224 Lette, 0| creature that I am! with how little reverence have I 225 Lette, 0| was a bitter sweet to her. How full of tender affection


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