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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| Justice, could not, in his own person, escape its rigors, 2 Intro, 0| was conceived to have his own special relations with God, 3 Intro, 0| which the experience of our own utilitarian century makes 4 Intro, 0| grace and poetry all their own: the childhood of those 5 Intro, 0| sister's house to their own and were passing along a 6 Intro, 0| together in the web of its own secular experience of man 7 Intro, 0| man" who loves God for his own pleasure or profit! The 8 Intro, 0| hardly to be reached; their own treatment of the preliminary 9 1, 1 | have lost and denied their own will, and are clothed with 10 1, 2 | herself, being ashamed of her own imperfection, appearing 11 1, 3 | through her sorrow for her own sins, which she has committed 12 1, 4 | of one's self and one's own thoughts. And this knowledge 13 1, 4 | and against the soul's own sensuality, through which, 14 1, 4 | known My truth, and her own faults, and the ingratitude 15 1, 4 | through mercy, turns to their own ruin and judgment, not through 16 1, 4 | solely through the man's own wretchedness and hardness, 17 1, 4 | Son, and let him with his own hand apply It to the diamond 18 1, 4 | yourselves dead to all your own sensuality." ~ 19 1, 6 | and to himself, who is his own chief neighbor, and this 20 1, 6 | forced to redeem, to his own loss, his own goods, and 21 1, 6 | redeem, to his own loss, his own goods, and often indeed 22 1, 6 | goods, and often indeed his own person. ~ 23 1, 6 | neighbor, through love of one's own reputation, whence comes 24 1, 7 | humility and hatred of her own sensual passion, for she 25 1, 7 | arising with hatred of her own sensuality, crushing it 26 1, 8 | faith and hope rather in his own sensuality, which is all 27 2, 1 | and continually slays its own sensuality through the affection 28 2, 1 | do in the measure of her own possibility. Otherwise, 29 2, 1 | she will contaminate her own perfection, because her 30 2, 1 | that which is really her own she imputes to Me, grieving 31 2, 3 | many penances, and not his own will, did not give Me much 32 2, 3 | hatred and disgust of her own offenses and sensuality, 33 2, 3 | light; knowing, by it, her own fragility, she renders to 34 2, 4 | Holy Church, and for her own people. ~ 35 2, 4 | Church, and through His own mercy, which she saw through 36 2, 4 | perfection, showed her anew her own guilt, and the loss of souls, 37 2, 4 | mirror of God, she knows her own dignity and indignity. Her 38 2, 4 | God, the soul knows her own indignity, which is the 39 2, 4 | is the consequence of her own fault. Wherefore, as a man 40 2, 4 | better the stains of her own face, by the purity which 41 2, 4 | Your spouse, when it is my own sins, and not those of Your 42 2, 4 | Let us make man in our own image," and this You did, 43 2, 5 | those who feed on their own sin. ~ 44 2, 5 | minister, but through his own evil disposition and defect 45 2, 5 | reason, I sent My Word, My own Son, clothed in your own 46 2, 5 | own Son, clothed in your own very nature, the corrupted 47 2, 5 | that he might govern his own sensuality, and obtain the 48 2, 6 | him, creating him in My own image and similitude; for 49 2, 6 | pay any attention to their own sins, and so become My enemies, 50 2, 7 | I have created man to My own image and similitude, in 51 2, 7 | because no one, with his own justice alone, could arrive 52 2, 10 | does not love you for His own profit, because you can 53 2, 13 | of My Son, and with His own clemency, which is the essence 54 2, 13 | they have proved in their own cases, that every person 55 2, 13 | and the clemency of His own Essence. ~ 56 2, 15 | with the dead love of their own sensuality, and so their 57 2, 15 | help herself through her own power, but only so far as 58 2, 15 | which is nourished by their own sensitive self-love. Its 59 2, 15 | self-love. Its branch is their own impatience, and its offshoot 60 2, 17 | loves no one except for his own profit. Avarice proceeds 61 2, 17 | with him the thought of his own reputation, and thus avarice, 62 2, 17 | with pride, full of its own opinions, goes on from bad 63 2, 17 | makes a man care for his own reputation, from whence 64 2, 17 | truth and tell lies for his own profit. And it produces 65 2, 17 | any happiness out of his own or others' good. How will 66 2, 18 | to the service of their own sensuality. So that they 67 2, 19 | that it considers not its own dignity! From being great 68 2, 20 | dignities of the world at your own will, following your fragile 69 2, 20 | who, with the sail of your own will set, has led you along 70 2, 21 | remorse, seeing that her own sin has brought her into 71 2, 21 | themselves through their own sensuality, so that, together, 72 2, 22 | they know that, by their own sin, they have made themselves 73 2, 22 | because they see him in his own form, which is so horrible 74 2, 22 | showed him to you in his own form for a little space 75 2, 22 | to Me, but only for their own pain, have they thus so 76 2, 23 | power, to reprove in His Own Person, and will render 77 2, 23 | world, but through their own defect." ~ 78 2, 25 | in the garments of her own flesh which she had quitted. 79 2, 26 | and themselves, by their own fault, sunk into the depths 80 2, 27 | judgment than that of their own conscience, and desperately, 81 2, 27 | all those who love their own sensuality kept away, and 82 2, 28 | they are deceived by their own sensuality, now I wish to 83 2, 28 | lose their self-will. Their own will lost, they clothe themselves 84 2, 29 | desire, considering her own imperfections and those 85 2, 30 | hatred and displeasure of its own sensuality, united with 86 2, 33 | thirst for My honor and his own salvation and that of his 87 2, 34 | that is, fearing their own personal pain, and she saw 88 2, 35 | not on account of one's own damnation, but of offending 89 2, 37 | those who love GOD for their own profit, delight, and consolation. ~ 90 2, 37 | Me with a view to their own profit, or the delight and 91 2, 37 | use of Me only for their own profit, relaxing their love 92 2, 37 | charity if they see their own profit or consolation withdrawn 93 2, 37 | only on desire of their own advantage. If, through a 94 2, 37 | from the motive of one's own advantage. Sin should be 95 2, 37 | of death, recognizing her own imperfection, with the purpose, 96 2, 40 | of delight, finding his own delight and profit in Me. 97 2, 40 | temporal, hiding himself in his own house, as did Peter, who, 98 2, 40 | contemplation, she finds her own pleasure and profit. This 99 2, 40 | thing with Me, and with His own clemency, which proceeds 100 2, 40 | her of grace through her own guilt, because that guilt 101 2, 40 | not shine, not through its own defect, but through the 102 2, 40 | faith and with hatred of her own sensuality, she rejoices 103 2, 40 | pain, she may recognize her own weakness, and learn how 104 2, 41 | to the knowledge of her own imperfection, and for the 105 2, 41 | the power of slaying her own will. And she never ceases 106 3, 1 | so from fear, knowing her own imperfections, and also 107 3, 2 | illusion of the Devil or her own fragility, that is to say, 108 3, 2 | movement coming from her own body, or of the words of 109 3, 2 | the consideration of her own defects and of the Blood 110 3, 2 | the consideration of her own defects should make her 111 3, 2 | be in need, and also her own necessities according to 112 3, 3 | cause the soul to hate her own sensitive pleasure and the 113 3, 3 | pleasure and the delight of her own consolations. But from this 114 3, 4 | overrules and conquers her own sensitive passions, and 115 3, 4 | the imperfect love of her own consolations, as has been 116 3, 4 | His will, fortifying her own to be willing to suffer 117 3, 4 | of being deprived of her own consolations, and so issues 118 3, 10 | their will is not their own, but becomes one with Mine, 119 3, 11 | deprived of the hell of their own will, which gives to man 120 3, 14 | choosing them according to her own tastes, but accepting them 121 3, 14 | subtle breeze of love of her own reputation, and would fall 122 3, 14 | moved Me to create you to My own image and similitude. This 123 3, 14 | without consideration of your own advantage, whether spiritual 124 3, 14 | soul's perception of her own sensuality is mortified 125 3, 15 | having gathered them in its own fiery desire. As, when green 126 3, 16 | created things and of their own sensuality, from which comes 127 3, 18 | I take in the work of My own hands causes Me delight." ~ 128 3, 18 | may have lost it by your own defects. For, in baptism, 129 3, 18 | you first recognize your own fragility, how strong is 130 3, 18 | created the soul to Mine own image and similitude, placing 131 3, 18 | virtue; he is ignorant of his own dignity, which he should 132 3, 19 | the destruction of their own will; and of the second 133 3, 19 | often offend against their own perfection, esteeming themselves 134 3, 19 | the destruction of their own will. Such as these wish 135 3, 19 | wish always to choose their own times, and places, and consolations, 136 3, 19 | consolations, after their own fashion, and also the persecutions 137 3, 19 | with the delusion of their own self-will, which I have 138 3, 19 | Devil, not, indeed, for my own pleasure, but in order to 139 3, 19 | herself; thus injuring her own perfection; yet she does 140 3, 20 | of the privation of their own consolation, and indeed 141 3, 20 | choose to serve Me in your own way, instead of in the way 142 3, 20 | in herself, seeking her own consolation either spiritual 143 3, 20 | knowledge, and has destroyed his own will, she shuns no labor 144 3, 20 | serving neither Me for her own delight, nor her neighbor 145 3, 20 | nor her neighbor for her own profit, but purely through 146 3, 20 | Old Man, that is of their own sensuality, and, having 147 3, 20 | more anxious to slay their own will than to slay and mortify 148 3, 20 | to slay and mortify their own body. They have indeed mortified 149 3, 20 | helps them to stay their own will, as I said to you when 150 3, 20 | should be to slay their own will, so that it may not 151 3, 20 | are caused, namely their own will. And all the persecutions, 152 3, 20 | of men, either for their own sake or that of others. 153 3, 20 | That is to say, in their own case they are content to 154 3, 21 | because they afflict their own self-love, depriving it 155 3, 22 | deceitfulness of the Devil, and our own passions, You have made 156 3, 22 | pure, and dead to their own will and opinion, and without 157 3, 23 | administer, each in his own way, according to what he 158 3, 24 | Sacrament. Each one carries his own candle, that is the holy 159 3, 25 | illuminated and assured in her own perceptions, for she touches 160 3, 27 | themselves considered their own dignity they would not be 161 3, 28 | sin, that is to say, his own self-love, on which account 162 3, 28 | to My Name, and, to their own sensuality, hatred and displeasure, 163 3, 28 | they are deluded by their own sensitive self-love, or 164 3, 28 | or greater ones are their own. They feel themselves comprehended 165 3, 28 | temporal substance to their own necessity being the poor 166 3, 28 | and are afraid of their own shadow, and doubt lest the 167 3, 28 | perverted hope in their own small knowledge, they spend 168 3, 29 | reverence, not for their own sakes, as I have said, but 169 3, 30 | world, the Devil, and their own sensuality through holy 170 3, 30 | can nor will hope in his own virtues, but only in the 171 3, 30 | they did not hope in their own knowledge, and having lost 172 3, 31 | through some delight of their own sensuality, and they sometimes 173 3, 31 | grieving indeed for his own loss, but not for the offense 174 3, 31 | more, for he sees that his own life was devoid of any; 175 3, 31 | stripping her for their own advantage, seizing prelacies, 176 3, 32 | I should be lying by my own head, and should be a lying 177 3, 32 | well that mercy is Your own attribute, wherefore You 178 3, 32 | have created us without our own help, You will not save 179 4, 2 | that each man has in his own person that very same key 180 4, 2 | shape on the anvil of His own body. So perfectly did He 181 4, 2 | mortal servitude of your own sensuality, which destroyed 182 4, 2 | hatred and dislike of your own pleasure have re-obtained 183 4, 3 | wallow in the mire of your own lust. Abandon the injustice, 184 4, 3 | not you will injure your own soul, depriving it of the 185 4, 4 | restrain in everything their own will. They either place 186 4, 5 | I have for her, and her own fragility, which cannot 187 4, 5 | her debt, trampling on her own fragility, and restraining 188 4, 5 | fragility, and restraining her own will. Enlightened in her 189 4, 5 | would not have taken his own, and lived privately. See 190 4, 5 | which was specially his own, as has been said, and Dominic 191 4, 6 | and the weight of their own will without great fatigue 192 4, 6 | their riches, and of their own will observing the vow of 193 4, 6 | friends who love him for their own profit. From these relations 194 4, 6 | self-contempt, they live in their own pleasure richly and delicately, 195 4, 6 | walking weighed down by his own will; he also sees that 196 4, 6 | rises above himself and his own sensuality, and rising above 197 4, 6 | sensuality, and rising above his own feelings with living faith, 198 4, 6 | for he has trampled on his own will, and does not care 199 4, 6 | despises himself in his own mind with hatred and self-reproach, 200 4, 6 | of laying it by for his own use, but freely shares it 201 4, 6 | fulfill his obedience in his own way, or to choose his time 202 4, 7 | return for the gift of his own will. This is the one for 203 4, 7 | given Me the unit of their own will, both in general obedience, 204 4, 8 | nourished by pride, and his own pleasure, which pride (as 205 4, 8 | incline the neck of his own will, and pride keeps it 206 4, 8 | Self-love, that is his own passion for disobedience. 207 4, 8 | with the strength of his own arms, trusting in his own 208 4, 8 | own arms, trusting in his own miserable knowledge, and 209 4, 8 | Because you live for your own sensual pleasure, you fly 210 4, 8 | swim in the strength of his own arms, and not repose on 211 4, 9 | fear, having destroyed his own will, from which comes all 212 4, 9 | and of Me, knowing her own non- existence and sinfulness, 213 4, 9 | losing herself and her own opinions and knowledge, 214 4, 9 | Myself truly. And in My own estimate and comprehension 215 4, 10 | punishing its iniquities at own desire in your person. As 216 Lette, 0| myself? But I have sought my own consolation. You did ever 217 Lette, 0| our example than for her own need, and then, turning


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