Table of Contents | Words: Alphabetical - Frequency - Inverse - Length - Statistics | Help | IntraText Library
Alphabetical    [«  »]
malevolence 1
malice 2
malignant 1
man 221
manful 1
manfully 7
manifest 26
Frequency    [«  »]
230 should
227 virtue
225 how
221 man
220 no
217 own
208 desire
St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

IntraText - Concordances

man

    Chapter, Paragraph
1 Intro, 0| historian. It is evident that a man who lacks the sympathetic 2 Intro, 0| Capital" or the "Rights of Man" has largely taken the place 3 Intro, 0| teaching as to the destiny of man. Another case, but how profoundly 4 Intro, 0| own secular experience of man so large a proportion of 5 Intro, 0| ascendancy which such a man inevitably came to acquire 6 Intro, 0| nature. Love, that love of man for man which, in deepest 7 Intro, 0| Love, that love of man for man which, in deepest truth, 8 Intro, 0| the highest achievement of man and his supreme and satisfying 9 Intro, 0| the state of the "worldly man" who loves God for his own 10 1, 4 | but solely through the man's own wretchedness and hardness, 11 1, 4 | Me, the Father; but, if a man barters and sells it to 12 1, 4 | same measure with which a man measures to Me, do he receive 13 1, 6 | you have nothing else. A man therefore, who does not 14 1, 6 | whence, inasmuch as such a man does no good, it follows 15 1, 6 | of self-love; and he (a man not loving God) does not 16 1, 6 | which not only prevents a man from helping his neighbor, 17 1, 6 | which will deprive the man who practices it of all 18 1, 6 | injury done to him. And if a man be in a position of authority, 19 1, 7 | to the physical life of man; all these I have given 20 1, 7 | one soul, in order that man should, perforce, have material 21 1, 7 | received from Me. Whether man will or no, he cannot help 22 1, 8 | I have taught you how a man may serve his neighbor, 23 1, 8 | tell you further, that a man proves his patience on his 24 1, 8 | his humility on a proud man, his faith on an infidel, 25 1, 8 | in this way. The humble man extinguishes pride, because 26 1, 8 | extinguishes pride, because a proud man can do no harm to a humble 27 1, 8 | the infidelity of a wicked man, who neither loves Me, nor 28 1, 8 | diminished by the wicked man's injustice, but is rather 29 1, 8 | say, the justice of a just man. Similarly, the virtues 30 1, 8 | that many times a good man gives back fiery coals of 31 1, 8 | constantly endeavor to turn a man aside from following the 32 2, 1 | humility, and renders to each man his due. ~ 33 2, 1 | you above. Whatever rank a man be in, whether that of a 34 2, 4 | own fault. Wherefore, as a man more readily sees spots 35 2, 4 | moved You Yourself to create man in Your image and similitude, 36 2, 4 | similitude, saying, "Let us make man in our own image," and this 37 2, 4 | oh eternal Trinity, that man might participate in everything 38 2, 4 | reason had You for creating man in such dignity? The inestimable 39 2, 4 | created him, willingly gave man a means of reconciliation, 40 2, 4 | You have accomplished with man, veiling the Eternal Deity 41 2, 4 | You, O God, have become man, and man has become God. 42 2, 4 | God, have become man, and man has become God. By this 43 2, 5 | perfection in the case of that man who disposes himself properly 44 2, 5 | through the sin of the first man Adam. Wherefore, all of 45 2, 5 | demanded suffering. But man was not sufficient to satisfy 46 2, 5 | himself, nor for others, could man satisfy, his sin having 47 2, 5 | Wishing, however, to restore man, who was enfeebled, and 48 2, 5 | self-same nature in which man had offended, suffering 49 2, 5 | satisfaction for the sin of man and to dispose him to that 50 2, 5 | cicatrice which remains when a man is healed of a wound. In 51 2, 5 | this bitter medicine, which man could not drink on account 52 2, 5 | endure its bitterness. He was man's foster-mother, enduring, 53 2, 5 | great is this liberty that man has, and so strong has this 54 2, 5 | was created. Oh, miserable man, who delights to remain 55 2, 6 | Man, then, was closely bound 56 2, 6 | examine, you will see that man has become God, and God 57 2, 6 | God, and God has become man, through the union of the 58 2, 6 | Blood than before, because man received more; but sinners 59 2, 6 | the darkness of perverse man, not fearing the world's 60 2, 7 | His Son a Bridge by which man could pass. ~ 61 2, 7 | truth is that I have created man to My own image and similitude, 62 2, 7 | doors of mercy, the soul of man produced thorns and prickly 63 2, 7 | things rebelled against man, whereas they would have 64 2, 8 | union which I have made with man. ~ 65 2, 8 | said to you, in order that man should pass through the 66 2, 8 | this done? In order that man might come to his true happiness 67 2, 10 | union which I have made with man, whom I formed of the clay 68 2, 10 | I love you, the heart of man being always attracted by 69 2, 10 | in order that ignorant man should be unable to resist 70 2, 10 | that, when the heart of man is drawn by the affection 71 2, 10 | other operations which the man performs, whether in deed 72 2, 10 | created for the service of man, to serve the necessities 73 2, 10 | affection. See, then, that man being drawn, everything 74 2, 11 | Son, wholly God and wholly man, may be ministered to you. 75 2, 11 | My Truth says, 'That no man can come to Me if not by 76 2, 11 | continually runs past, and man also passes continually 77 2, 12 | ignorance and blindness of man, who, having a Road made 78 2, 12 | just, and render to every man according as he deserves. 79 2, 14 | You to give even more to man, namely, to leave Yourself 80 2, 14 | day You give Yourself to man, representing Yourself in 81 2, 15 | and also the dignity of man, which I have shown you 82 2, 15 | conscience, which, while man lives in mortal sin, is 83 2, 16 | light of the intellect from man, so much as does this one. 84 2, 17 | one is that which makes a man care for his own reputation, 85 2, 17 | but is double, making a man show one thing with his 86 2, 19 | did His enemies say: 'This man works by virtue of Beelzebub.' 87 2, 20 | wishes to be succored by Me. Man wants My succor when he 88 2, 22 | horrible that the heart of man could not imagine it. And 89 2, 23 | you may see how greatly man deceives himself, I will 90 2, 23 | suffer pain and torment like man, not that My divine nature 91 2, 23 | but I let Him suffer like man to satisfy for your guilt. 92 2, 24 | good? Because the life of man ended, free-will is bound. 93 2, 24 | to others, as that rich man, who was damned, demonstrated 94 2, 26 | represented the face of the man, so in the body is represented 95 2, 26 | one with cruelty; the foul man with foulness and miserable 96 2, 27 | you and slays you. But if man do not give this knife of 97 2, 27 | temptation, because then man knows himself to be nothing, 98 2, 27 | a thorn which appears to man to stand in the way of following 99 2, 28 | will that gives trouble to man. Pain of mind and of body 100 2, 28 | would not see, except as a man who has the form of the 101 2, 28 | And if tribulations on man's account, or infirmity, 102 2, 30 | there would be no sin, for man, by his nature, cannot desire 103 2, 31 | perseverance, without which no man arrives at his end. ~ 104 2, 33 | excluded, for, unless a man has a companion, I cannot 105 2, 33 | of them by grace, and a man, who is full of My love 106 2, 33 | have I shown My love to man. He finds peace and quiet, 107 2, 35 | the body, wherefore while man lives is his time for mercy, 108 2, 37 | every labor, render to each man according to his state and 109 2, 40 | I wish to show you how a man becomes a friend and how, 110 2, 40 | to filial love, and how a man may know if he has become 111 2, 40 | friend. And first of how a man arrives at being a friend. 112 2, 40 | friend. In the beginning, a man serves Me imperfectly through 113 2, 40 | perfect, because thereby, a man receives his inheritance 114 2, 40 | sensuality. To arrive thereat, a man must persevere, and remain 115 2, 41 | equally sincerely. If a man carry away the vessel which 116 3, 2 | Son, wholly God and wholly man, administered to you by 117 3, 3 | against the persecutions of man, and towards Me, when, for 118 3, 5 | infirmity and fragility of man, through which he offends, 119 3, 5 | in the last extremity, a man, desiring to confess and 120 3, 6 | sinner and the righteous man, and often more to the sinner 121 3, 6 | sinner than to the righteous man, because the righteous man 122 3, 6 | man, because the righteous man is able to endure privation, 123 3, 11 | than to a proud lettered man. ~ 124 3, 11 | than to a proud lettered man, learned in much science, 125 3, 11 | own will, which gives to man the earnest-money of damnation, 126 3, 16 | obtains it. Often such a man is rewarded in temporal 127 3, 16 | that, in whatever state a man may be, he should never 128 3, 16 | their neighbor. So if a man be a thief, he robs Me of 129 3, 16 | judgment is directed against a man's neighbor, from which often 130 3, 16 | evils, because the wretched man wishes to set himself up 131 3, 16 | Man is placed above all creatures, 132 3, 18 | not that by this law any man can be constrained to commit 133 3, 19 | not to that of the will of man. But, if they were not thus 134 3, 20 | stripped themselves of the Old Man, that is of their own sensuality, 135 3, 20 | themselves with the New Man, the sweet Christ Jesus, 136 3, 20 | of fiery desire. Such a man rejoices in everything, 137 3, 20 | never judge the will of man in anything that you may 138 3, 20 | secrets of the heart of man. That which you do not see 139 3, 20 | in some cases, deprives a man of grace, more or less according 140 3, 21 | guarantee which is given to man, in virtue of which he expects 141 3, 23 | never fail you, and every man, if he be humble, shall 142 3, 24 | you, I, God, have become man, and man has become God 143 3, 24 | God, have become man, and man has become God by the union 144 3, 24 | one Sun, all God and all man, because He is one thing 145 3, 24 | of God and the whole of man cannot be separated under 146 3, 24 | present, whole God and whole Man. When you break a mirror 147 3, 24 | host is divided God and man are not divided, but remain 148 3, 24 | of God and the whole of Man. Do you know the condition 149 3, 24 | Him, whole God and whole man, as I told you, in the metaphor 150 3, 25 | whiteness whole God and whole man, the Divine nature united 151 3, 25 | Trinity, whole God and whole man concealed and veiled in 152 3, 25 | holy desire, tastes God and Man. See, therefore, that the 153 3, 28 | color of grace, wherefore a man must either have the light, 154 3, 28 | grace, or none at all. A man in mortal sin is deprived 155 3, 29 | virtues, forevery virtuous man is worthy of love, and these 156 3, 29 | of God and the whole of Man, that is to say, the Body 157 3, 30 | between the death of a just man and that of a sinner, and 158 3, 30 | of the death of the just man. ~ 159 3, 30 | struggles of the soul of a just man to those of a sinner, and 160 3, 30 | how the peace of the just man's death is greater or less 161 3, 30 | world cannot accuse such a man, because he saw through 162 3, 30 | difficult, and on account of it man naturally fears death; but 163 3, 30 | virtue of a just and perfect man transcends nature, extinguishing 164 3, 30 | immaculate Lamb My Son. The just man does not turn his head to 165 3, 30 | his due. Wherefore this man renders to Me justice with 166 3, 31 | goodness. Wherefore, if a man fall into this sin, he does 167 3, 31 | see its woes, and the just man his beatitude, his evil 168 3, 31 | represented to a wicked man, and there is no reason 169 3, 31 | follows the virtue of a just man, and the pain that comes 170 3, 31 | that is to say, the just man, who has lived in ardent 171 3, 31 | in joy, while the wicked man is darkened and confounded 172 3, 31 | To the just man the appearance and vision 173 3, 31 | battle of death to a just man and to a sinner, and how 174 3, 31 | great is the blindness of man, and in particular of these 175 3, 32 | Yourself low and small to make man great. On whichever side 176 3, 32 | administering to it the entire God- Man in the mystic body of the 177 3, 32 | truth that the heart of man knows not how to ask or 178 3, 32 | love which You have for man, wherefore the fire of Your 179 4, 1 | and what is the sign of a man's possessing it, and what 180 4, 1 | obedience? Look at the first man and you will see the cause 181 4, 1 | goodness, since I saw that man whom I so much loved, did 182 4, 2 | and to obey. So that each man has in his own person that 183 4, 2 | which the Word had, and if a man does not unlock in the light 184 4, 2 | men who follow the first man, their first father, following 185 4, 2 | that no matter how much a man may have spoiled his key 186 4, 3 | of sin. Therefore let no man trust to this, putting off 187 4, 5 | belongs especially to one man, and another to another, 188 4, 5 | belonged especially to My poor man Francis, who placed the 189 4, 5 | already told you that a man's humility is in proportion 190 4, 6 | the obedient, so that a man may better know the one 191 4, 6 | for it is impossible for a man with many worldly relations, 192 4, 6 | Wherefore the perfectly obedient man sees from afar with the 193 4, 6 | Wherefore the perfectly obedient man rises above himself and 194 4, 6 | My servants. These are a man's enemies, causing him to 195 4, 6 | Injuries? No, for the obedient man is patient, patience being 196 4, 6 | conversations of a truly obedient man are good and perfect, whether 197 4, 6 | The obedient man wishes to be the first to 198 4, 6 | brotherly love. The obedient man does not leave the refectory, 199 4, 6 | with charity. The obedient man does not wish to fulfill 200 4, 6 | truly and perfectly obedient man does without pain and weariness 201 4, 8 | labors of the disobedient man; and of the miserable fruits 202 4, 8 | Contrariwise, a wicked disobedient man dwells in the ship of a 203 4, 8 | would be for the obedient man. For how can this wretch 204 4, 8 | obedience. This wretched man is deluded by his self-love, 205 4, 8 | for disobedience. Such a man thinks like a fool to navigate 206 4, 8 | friar, but a masquerader, a man only in appearance. His 207 4, 8 | himself like this wretched man, to whose taste it is painful 208 4, 8 | have you, oh! disobedient man, having rebelled against 209 4, 9 | reward of the truly obedient man. ~ 210 4, 9 | different ways, and every man will receive a price, according 211 4, 9 | Wherefore the truly obedient man obeys rather the intention 212 4, 9 | the feet of the obedient man. And as for the obedience 213 4, 9 | animals obey the obedient man; for a certain disciple, 214 4, 9 | Everything that the obedient man does is a source of merit 215 4, 9 | The obedient man speaks words of peace all 216 4, 9 | perfect beatitude; each man comprehends and knows My 217 4, 9 | Thus, then, the obedient man, with the light of faith 218 4, 10 | inestimable love which I had for man, I sent to the earth the 219 4, 10 | and how the disobedient man is deceived, showing you 220 4, 10 | and as from that first old man you contracted the infection 221 4, 10 | infection of the life of the new Man, sweet Jesus, of whom I


IntraText® (V89) Copyright 1996-2007 Èulogos SpA