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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 2 Intro, 0| such, there can indeed be no tampering; but for the determination 3 Intro, 0| to an extent that perhaps no succeeding period has been. 4 Intro, 0| from the truth. Probably at no period has the Christian 5 Intro, 0| foreground. It would create no surprise to come, while 6 Intro, 0| house of medieval Siena -- no palace this time, but a 7 Intro, 0| The tiny Catherine was no exception to the rest of 8 Intro, 0| the distance and paying no heed to his calls, he returned 9 Intro, 0| ecclesiastics. They gave no credit to John XXII. for 10 Intro, 0| unknown which surrounds him. No miracle is needed to explain 11 Intro, 0| as their temporal ruler no less than as their spiritual 12 Intro, 0| purveyors, well-intentioned no doubt, but not endowed with 13 Intro, 0| today. St. Catherine has no style as such; she introduces 14 1, 1 | with the truth. But, in no way, does the creature receive 15 1, 4 | Footprints. In this way, and in no other, are virtues of value, 16 1, 4 | draw all that is necessary. No virtue, my daughter, can 17 1, 4 | cloud of self-love, and in no other way can he learn. 18 1, 4 | My servants, since I am no despiser of their tears, 19 1, 4 | broken by the Blood, can in no way be broken. And yet, 20 1, 4 | the time be past, he has no remedy, because he has not 21 1, 6 | inasmuch as such a man does no good, it follows that he 22 1, 6 | neighbor, not against Me, for no evil can touch Me, except 23 1, 6 | do this, because he has no love towards his neighbor; 24 1, 6 | and through his medium; in no other way could sin ever 25 1, 7 | all the virtues, because no virtue can be obtained without 26 1, 7 | because she sees that, in no other way, can she become 27 1, 7 | her neighbor, because, in no other way, can she act out 28 1, 7 | inasmuch as you can do Me no profit, you should do it 29 1, 7 | Me. Whether man will or no, he cannot help making an 30 1, 7 | mansions, and that I wish for no other thing than love, for 31 1, 8 | because a proud man can do no harm to a humble one; neither 32 2, 1 | virtue of discretion is no other than a true knowledge 33 2, 2 | earth it would die, and give no fruit. Now, consider, in 34 2, 3 | issued from the mouth, is no more, unless it have issued 35 2, 3 | she not only would receive no merit, but would offend 36 2, 3 | the word 'many' I assign no particular number to you, 37 2, 3 | However, no one should judge that he 38 2, 3 | action produce; therefore, in no way should you ever incur 39 2, 4 | such an extent that it was no longer possible for the 40 2, 5 | this glorious Blood, that no demon or creature can constrain 41 2, 5 | ignorance could receive no greater." ~ 42 2, 7 | Adam, in such a way, that no one could arrive at Eternal 43 2, 7 | drowned in the flood, because no one, with his own justice 44 2, 9 | You are our God who have no heed of us, Your greatness 45 2, 9 | and our evil causes You no harm, for You are the Supreme 46 2, 9 | love, and on account of no debt that You owed us, or 47 2, 10 | profit, because you can be of no profit to Him, He being 48 2, 10 | it; for, in My Son, was no venom of sin. This Bridge 49 2, 10 | thing with it. And there was no one who could go on the 50 2, 10 | Goodness, seeing that in no other way could you be drawn 51 2, 11 | foundation, for there is no virtue which has not been 52 2, 11 | have their life. Wherefore no one can have the virtue 53 2, 11 | place My Truth says, 'That no man can come to Me if not 54 2, 11 | the river where there are no stones, only water, and 55 2, 11 | water, and since there are no supports in the water, no 56 2, 11 | no supports in the water, no one can travel that way 57 2, 13 | order that there might be no cloud of darkness in the 58 2, 15 | infinite, so that there can be no comparison between the two, 59 2, 15 | a corpse which can have no feeling or movement of itself, 60 2, 15 | dead their memory takes no heed of My mercy. The eye 61 2, 15 | is, their intellect has no object before it but themselves, 62 2, 17 | arrive at death they find no remedy. Such as these, with 63 2, 17 | A miser loves no one except for his own profit. 64 2, 19 | destroyed every vice, so that no one could say that any vice 65 2, 20 | And they cannot say 'I had no one who reproved me,' because 66 2, 20 | doctrine of My Truth. Thus no one has any excuse, because 67 2, 21 | end, where there can be no remedy, for she is at the 68 2, 23 | his due, and there will be no one in that Day who will 69 2, 25 | have it not yet fulfilled, no bliss is thereby lacking 70 2, 25 | which cannot be, because no perfection is lacking to 71 2, 25 | that account, pain, because no bliss is lacking to them, 72 2, 26 | therefore said My Truth, 'No one can go to the Father 73 2, 27 | the glory of victory. And no one should fear any battle 74 2, 27 | perverse lordship, they await no other judgment than that 75 2, 27 | pretense of good, because in no other way could he catch 76 2, 27 | caught if they saw that no good or pleasure to themselves 77 2, 27 | escape enduring pain, for no one can pass through this 78 2, 28 | they do not harm; although no one passes this life without 79 2, 28 | are injured by the thorns. No one born passes this life 80 2, 28 | the point of a needle and no more; and, when time has 81 2, 29 | placed nothing in this life, no matter in what condition, 82 2, 30 | for had worldly things no such brightness there would 83 2, 30 | brightness there would be no sin, for man, by his nature, 84 2, 30 | have already told you that no one could come to Me except 85 2, 31 | perseverance, without which no man arrives at his end. ~ 86 2, 31 | powers of the soul, and no one who wishes to pass by 87 2, 32 | the Father, there can be no pain, but in My Son there 88 2, 32 | the Father, there can be no pain, but in Him there can 89 2, 32 | I make for you a Bridge. No one can come to Me except 90 2, 32 | told you in the words: 'No one can come to the Father 91 2, 33 | Me and drink.' He who has no thirst will not persevere, 92 2, 33 | be in the midst; this is no indifferent trifle, for 93 2, 35 | is, he who offended was no longer punished suddenly, 94 2, 35 | There is, therefore, no need for servile fear; and 95 2, 35 | of Me, otherwise there is no remedy against his falling 96 2, 36 | I told you that no one could go by the Bridge 97 2, 37 | they are nothing and have no grace, and accordingly in 98 2, 37 | everything proceeds from Me, that no leaf of a tree falls to 99 2, 37 | virtuous heart that takes no thought for herself, or, 100 2, 37 | have one soul, there can be no secret between them, wherefore 101 2, 38 | their love. For though I am no Acceptor of creatures, I 102 3, 1 | sees and knows well that in no other way can she arrive 103 3, 1 | obedience or charity's sake. For no other reason ought she to 104 3, 2 | prayer, I should reply 'No.' The soul should advance 105 3, 2 | pleasing to God, and there is no more need for you to afflict 106 3, 2 | you are, for I can find no way to take you. If I put 107 3, 2 | that I will return to you no more, because you strike 108 3, 3 | made sin where there was no sin, that is, that through 109 3, 3 | saw sin where there was no sin. ~ 110 3, 5 | affection of love. There is no baptism of fire without 111 3, 5 | have been speaking. But let no one be so mad as so to arrange 112 3, 6 | GOD, whether they will or no. ~ 113 3, 6 | whether worldly people will or no, they render glory and praise 114 3, 6 | that, whether they will or no, worldly people render to 115 3, 8 | before caused her sorrow, it no longer now can give her 116 3, 8 | painful death, but His love -- no. For had the affection of 117 3, 9 | Myself, because on Me can no pain fall, and I wished 118 3, 9 | and, on being struck, made no resistance, but said: 'My 119 3, 11 | was made with Me, and in no other way could she perfectly 120 3, 12 | had given her, that in no other way could she learn 121 3, 14 | the heart, for there is no member of the body that 122 3, 14 | tranquillity of mind that no tongue can tell it. Having 123 3, 14 | stage. Yet this sorrow is no impediment to the unitive 124 3, 14 | knows that she can be of no use to Me and can in no 125 3, 14 | no use to Me and can in no way repay Me that pure love 126 3, 14 | One who could increase in no perfection, because He was 127 3, 15 | abandon desire, so as to no longer yearn for Me or love 128 3, 15 | without suffering, for, in Me, no perfection is wanting. ~ 129 3, 15 | shed in this life only, no tongue can tell what different 130 3, 16 | planted, the tree can bear no fruits of life but only 131 3, 16 | foulness of its root, for no good actions done by a soul 132 3, 16 | branches of mortal sin can turn no other way than to the earth, 133 3, 16 | not marvel, they can turn no way but that in which they 134 3, 18 | that, without the light, no one can walk in the truth, 135 3, 18 | humiliation to the soul, and is in no way matter for pride, but 136 3, 20 | promptly, and follow Him, for no one can reach Me, the Father, 137 3, 20 | his own will, she shuns no labor from whatever source 138 3, 20 | salvation of souls; seeking no reward, either from Me or 139 3, 20 | in perfect purity, with no other regard than for the 140 3, 20 | in peace and quiet, and no one scandalizes them, for 141 3, 20 | have a good intention, for no one can judge the secrets 142 3, 22 | in this precept that, in no way, can I judge any rational 143 3, 22 | and miserable slave, and no daughter, may behave to 144 3, 24 | Blood of the Word, for, in no other way, could you participate 145 3, 24 | would be like a candle with no wick inside it, which cannot 146 3, 24 | when time is past you can no longer do so. So that you 147 3, 24 | mortal sin, will receive no grace therefrom, though 148 3, 24 | brought near the flame, for no sooner has the fire touched 149 3, 24 | Itself, for that can receive no hurt, but on account of 150 3, 24 | See, therefore, that in no way can this Light, united 151 3, 25 | of My love, for there is no rational creature whose 152 3, 27 | have received, inasmuch as no greater dignity exists in 153 3, 27 | Church. The angel himself has no such dignity, for I have 154 3, 28 | Light. With light alone? No; because the light cannot 155 3, 28 | You see, therefore, that no one can receive the light 156 3, 28 | you, because in them is no darkness of sin, or of ignorance, 157 3, 28 | their death there remained no money at all, and there 158 3, 28 | believed that I being for him, no one could be against him; 159 3, 30 | with mine they would endure no suffering, not that they 160 3, 30 | not that they would have no labors on that account, 161 3, 30 | but because labors cause no suffering to a will which 162 3, 30 | their aspect causes him no terror or fear, as it would 163 3, 30 | Me, whether one who has no science can attain to this 164 3, 30 | hope in themselves, placed no inordinate love in any fellow-creature 165 3, 30 | vision of the devils can do no harm, because of the vision 166 3, 30 | poison of sin. There is no servile fear in them, but 167 3, 31 | away, so that he offends no more, there remains mercy, 168 3, 31 | procure them mercy. But it is no fragility of your nature 169 3, 31 | to despair, for there is no pleasure and nothing but 170 3, 31 | worm of conscience sleeps no longer, but is gnawing you, 171 3, 31 | wicked man, and there is no reason that any one should 172 3, 31 | vision of the Devil causes no harm or fear, for fear and 173 3, 32 | show to all Your creatures? No, but You alone, most sweet 174 4, 1 | also good and perfect; for no one at all can reach eternal 175 4, 1 | that door, opened it, and no one can enter except by 176 4, 1 | in the Holy Gospel that 'no one could come to Me, the 177 4, 2 | perfectly did He repair it that no matter how much a man may 178 4, 2 | the light of faith that in no other way can they escape 179 4, 2 | whose consort will feel no trouble, but only peace 180 4, 2 | dwells. Such a one feels no hatred when injured, because 181 4, 2 | kingdom is so great that no one can rule you, for you 182 4, 3 | habit of sin. Therefore let no man trust to this, putting 183 4, 3 | fools and madmen, delay no longer to come out of the 184 4, 3 | your neighbor as yourself. No gloss has been put upon 185 4, 3 | the light of faith, walk no longer in such darkness 186 4, 5 | persevere till death, for no true judgment can be made 187 4, 5 | is rich, so that there is no need for the subject to 188 4, 5 | they were never beggars. No more are these, for they 189 4, 5 | are all founded on it, in no other is this the principal 190 4, 5 | where pride is, can be no obedience. I have already 191 4, 6 | able to pass it, having no key of obedience wherewith 192 4, 6 | that whether he will or no he should not leave the 193 4, 6 | without any war, for there is no one to make war on him, 194 4, 6 | on obedience? Injuries? No, for the obedient man is 195 4, 6 | observances of the order? No, for obedience causes him 196 4, 6 | obedience give him pain? No, for he has trampled on 197 4, 6 | be held at little worth? No, for he has conceived love 198 4, 6 | therein, and so as to have no reason to remain without, 199 4, 6 | and not of clothes; he has no fear that thieves will come 200 4, 7 | done well, Peter, for in no other way could you follow 201 4, 7 | Properly speaking, no. Do I not, however, often 202 4, 7 | virtues, so perfect that no higher virtue can be attained 203 4, 7 | hearty joy, for there is no sadness in charity, but 204 4, 8 | miseries, that his aspect is no longer that of a religious 205 4, 8 | how deluded he is, and no one else deceives him but 206 4, 8 | his heart. Such a one is no friar, but a masquerader, 207 4, 8 | moment of death, he will have no remedy. No, he does not 208 4, 8 | he will have no remedy. No, he does not see, for he 209 4, 8 | faults which he felt it no shame to commit. What is 210 4, 8 | which he is obliged. He has no fraternal charity, because 211 4, 8 | charity, because he loves no one but himself, and that 212 4, 9 | pleasing to Me, that to no other have I given so many 213 4, 9 | the inestimable good which no one can value or understand, 214 4, 10 | to this I explained that no penalty inflicted in finite 215 4, 11 | is not turbid, and causes no fear to the soul, for she 216 4, 11 | perfection, so that I may no longer serve You in darkness, 217 Lette, 0| that day onwards she was no longer in health. Towards 218 Lette, 0| state that we could observe no other movement than her 219 Lette, 0| human weakness; I have had no care of them; I have not 220 Lette, 0| by hearing of them. I say no more. Recommend me to the


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