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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| And so these other saintly babies play 2 Intro, 0| of an accident. Nor were these phenomena the only reward 3 Intro, 0| while the Lord was working these marvels, the child Stephen, 4 Intro, 0| otherwise under persecution. These dangerous heretics had inherited 5 Intro, 0| rallied to his allegiance these elements of schism would 6 Intro, 0| forefathers, to deal gently with these ancient survivals. He ruled 7 Intro, 0| imagination, not, as too often in these days of the twilight of 8 Intro, 0| pellucid atmosphere. Among these spirits of the air, St. 9 1, 1 | if you should ask Me, who these are, I should reply" (said 10 1, 3 | commit against Me. Of such as these, inasmuch as they have infinite 11 1, 4 | Life. And so I draw them by these, and by many other ways, 12 1, 4 | not, in general, grant to these others, for whom they pray, 13 1, 4 | These are they who are in a state 14 1, 4 | persecutor of My servants), with these miseries, he has obscured 15 1, 4 | disordinate will. Let such as these receive the eternal pains, 16 1, 6 | against Me, and weep over these corpses, so that, by prayer, 17 1, 7 | holy and honorable life. These are the virtues, and many 18 1, 7 | patience, to another fortitude. These, and many other virtues, 19 1, 7 | physical life of man; all these I have given indifferently, 20 1, 8 | virtue of faith is proved in these and other ways. Wherefore, 21 1, 8 | fortitude and perseverance, these virtues are proved by the 22 1, 8 | truth. Wherefore, in all these things, the virtue of fortitude 23 2, 1 | These are the holy and sweet works 24 2, 1 | I seek from My servants; these are the proved intrinsic 25 2, 1 | salvation of souls. For these virtues demonstrate that 26 2, 1 | discreetly and lovingly, because these virtues are bound and mingled 27 2, 2 | Do you know how these three virtues stand together? 28 2, 2 | who am Eternal Life. And these fruits cannot be taken from 29 2, 3 | These are the fruits and the works 30 2, 3 | self-love founded in self-will. These then are they who give Me 31 2, 3 | but manifold works, and in these I take delight. And then 32 2, 10 | from the earth; and how these words are to be understood: " 33 2, 10 | and vinegar to drink. In these three steps you will recognize 34 2, 10 | carries the soul. Wherefore these pierced Feet are steps by 35 2, 10 | and the Will; now, when these three powers are harmoniously 36 2, 11 | traveler. Do you know what these stones are? They are the 37 2, 11 | true and sincere virtues. These stones were not built into 38 2, 11 | love; and, by My power, these stones of the virtues were 39 2, 11 | my disposition, by which these created things are taken 40 2, 11 | of My creatures. Such as these follow a lie, walking on 41 2, 12 | How traveling on both of these roads, that is the Bridge 42 2, 12 | These are the two roads, and both 43 2, 13 | body of the Holy Church. These witnesses are like the light 44 2, 13 | presently speak to you. These are those sinners for whom 45 2, 15 | in the mercy of God, by these words, she humbly waited 46 2, 15 | spoke to you when I said: 'these are those for whom I pray 47 2, 15 | nothing but dead things. These three powers then being 48 2, 15 | its offshoot indiscretion: these are the four principal vices 49 2, 16 | diverse. See that some of these fruits are the food of beasts 50 2, 17 | find no remedy. Such as these, with their meanness, despise 51 2, 17 | or others' good. How will these wicked ones in so wretched 52 2, 18 | Thus are such as these unjust to themselves, to 53 2, 19 | How through these and through other defects, 54 2, 19 | By these and by other sins men fall 55 2, 20 | judgment;" and how one of these reproofs is continuous. ~ 56 2, 22 | sufficient to narrate the pain of these poor souls. As there are 57 2, 22 | iniquitous sins, that follow upon these. So I say to you, that in 58 2, 22 | sight of the Devil revive these wretched ones to torments, 59 2, 22 | gravity of their fault. Out of these four torments issue all 60 2, 25 | These then do not await, with 61 2, 27 | that it does not yield to these thoughts. And he has seen 62 2, 27 | seen that My love permits these temptations, for the devil 63 2, 28 | good, for which I permit these tribulations through love, 64 2, 28 | is a good truth then that these do taste eternal life, receiving 65 2, 30 | remembrance of them. The unity of these powers of the soul is so 66 2, 33 | contained in two, and if these two are not observed the 67 2, 33 | and the end of the Law. These two cannot be gathered together 68 2, 33 | Me, who am your End. When these virtues and powers of the 69 2, 37 | not grace. At such a time these weak ones, of whom I speak, 70 2, 37 | his labor; wherefore, if these souls do not abandon the 71 2, 37 | friend, and so do some of these of whom I have spoken, but 72 2, 37 | them, as My Truth said in these words: 'He who loves Me 73 2, 39 | received from Me, the Father. These words, then, mean, the Father 74 2, 40 | forty days, that is after these two states, withdraw Myself 75 2, 41 | another loved more than he. In these and in many other ways can 76 3, 1 | tempting her often with these words: 'This prayer avails 77 3, 2 | words than love. Such as these give heed to nothing except 78 3, 2 | answered the Devil with these words: 'Wretch that I am, 79 3, 5 | As I have told you, these latter have issued forth 80 3, 5 | You see then that these Baptisms, which you should 81 3, 10 | desire to quit the body. These not only endure with patience, 82 3, 12 | the soul passes through these states with tears, she wished 83 3, 13 | wicked men of the world. These are the tears of damnation. 84 3, 13 | whatsoever for themselves. These weep and their weeping is 85 3, 13 | wish you to know that all these various graces may exist 86 3, 13 | will begin to tell you of these tears in the following way." ~ 87 3, 14 | Of the difference of these tears, arising from the 88 3, 14 | their disordinate love. And these form that first class, who 89 3, 14 | These are both hearty and sensual 90 3, 14 | odoriferous ointment are these tears, shedding odors of 91 3, 14 | who live in My love. Over these the soul rejoices, seeing 92 3, 14 | that of your neighbor, for these two laws are the feet of 93 3, 14 | Truth, Christ crucified. These two states united nourish 94 3, 15 | These five states are like five 95 3, 15 | difference between four of these states of tears." ~ 96 3, 16 | Supreme Good; but such as these always judge badly, for 97 3, 16 | on evil. Such critics as these cause hatreds, murders, 98 3, 16 | Truly these fruits follow the leaves, 99 3, 16 | salvation of the neighbor. These are the stained leaves of 100 3, 16 | the way I have told you. These branches are the seven mortal 101 3, 17 | before I leave the subject of these states of tears, You would 102 3, 17 | tears, You would explain these points also to me. The first 103 3, 17 | myself to the sign of virtue. These are the things which I beg 104 3, 18 | here many things concerning these lights, which I have already 105 3, 18 | this primary light, and to these two I will also add a third. 106 3, 19 | great and severe penance. These, in order that their sensuality 107 3, 19 | to you in another place. These feed their souls at the 108 3, 19 | their own will. Such as these wish always to choose their 109 3, 19 | that consolation, and not these battles, or these temptations 110 3, 19 | and not these battles, or these temptations of the Devil, 111 3, 19 | explaining to you the nature of these two states which stand in 112 3, 20 | unitive state of the soul. These deem themselves worthy of 113 3, 20 | good, and gives and permits these troubles in order that you 114 3, 20 | through love alone. Such as these have lost themselves, and 115 3, 20 | Truth, follow Him manfully. These are they who sit at the 116 3, 20 | Son, namely His doctrine. These do not lose their time in 117 3, 20 | their love is so ordered, these souls, my dearest daughter, 118 3, 20 | the will of My Clemency. These observe the doctrine which, 119 3, 20 | dearest daughter, that such as these, who have learnt this doctrine, 120 3, 21 | suffering, and yours are not. These servants of Mine, as I have 121 3, 21 | divine nature. In like manner these are blessed by the union 122 3, 22 | of her soul; and, after these things, she asks to hear 123 3, 22 | ask You this in order that these sentiments may increase 124 3, 24 | rational creatures, but, among these I have especially chosen 125 3, 24 | Eternal God, because none of these can be separated from each 126 3, 27 | honor of My Name. Even as these ministers require cleanness 127 3, 28 | grief at the darkness of these miserable subjects, of the 128 3, 28 | Heaven. I say the same of these others, who have administered, 129 3, 28 | affection loves; and, as soon as these powers are thus disposed, 130 3, 28 | Spirit. See, then, that these have taken on them the condition 131 3, 28 | should give His life for you. These have followed His footsteps, 132 3, 28 | be punished. In such as these are fulfilled the words 133 3, 28 | spoken by My Truth, saying: 'These are blind and leaders of 134 3, 28 | good inspirations, so were these ministers angels, and were 135 3, 28 | them. With such fears as these, and a perverted hope in 136 3, 28 | all the Sacraments. And these My anointed ones and ministers 137 3, 29 | man is worthy of love, and these all the more by reason of 138 3, 30 | world and the devils accuse these wretches, which is indeed 139 3, 30 | have greater compassion on these poor wretches), telling 140 3, 30 | by My will. Such men as these wage war with the world, 141 3, 30 | love, receiving and using these with great solicitude; to 142 3, 30 | supernatural light which these men possessed over and above 143 3, 30 | dearest daughter! to such as these the vision of the devils 144 3, 31 | daughter, is the end of these other poor wretches who 145 3, 31 | separated. So it happens to these wretches, to these in particular 146 3, 31 | happens to these wretches, to these in particular and to all 147 3, 31 | man, and in particular of these ministers, for the more 148 3, 31 | So these wretches will be punished 149 3, 31 | Church, wherefore through these sins they make her grow 150 3, 32 | virtue and beatitude of these Your anointed ones who have 151 3, 32 | And by comparison with these I have better understood 152 3, 32 | is mine, the cause of all these evils. Do not put off any 153 4, 2 | the praise of men. Such as these are apt to lose their key; 154 4, 3 | gloss has been put upon these words as if it should have 155 4, 4 | and in thought. Such as these wish to bind themselves 156 4, 4 | unlock the door of Heaven. These are they, as I have told 157 4, 4 | I have already told you, these two kinds of obedience are 158 4, 5 | down into the billows, and these are wicked pastors and prelates 159 4, 5 | never beggars. No more are these, for they find everything 160 4, 5 | privately. See the riches of these holy rules, so thoughtfully 161 4, 5 | Dominic; great laborers were these sent by My Father to labor 162 4, 6 | have been found, namely, these ships commanded by the Holy 163 4, 6 | Spirit is the true Master of these ships, which are built in 164 4, 6 | door of Heaven. Such as these have undertaken to open 165 4, 6 | for their own profit. From these relations they go on to 166 4, 6 | conversation of My servants. These are a man's enemies, causing 167 4, 6 | light of faith that all these were his enemies who would 168 4, 6 | self-love, gave life to all these enemies of true obedience, 169 4, 6 | corporal exercises, so that by these means he may avoid idleness. 170 4, 6 | These are those little ones of 171 4, 6 | Justly, therefore, are these humble little ones, humiliated 172 4, 7 | possessor. See, therefore, that these little ones receive a hundredfold 173 4, 8 | lewdness. By transgressing these three vows, My daughter, 174 4, 9 | others in old age; sometimes these latter labor with such fire 175 4, 10 | three powers of the soul. These three steps I also represented 176 4, 10 | spiritual self-love. Speaking of these three states I have also 177 4, 11 | infinite good, have overlooked these infinite evils and sins, 178 Lette, 0| robust and fresh as usual. In these conditions we reached Sexagesima 179 Lette, 0| These were her exercises up till 180 Lette, 0| that she would often say: "These pains are truly physical, 181 Lette, 0| Of these and many other similar things 182 Lette, 0| crucified, absolve me of all these sins which I have confessed 183 Lette, 0| She now did the same to these others, begging most humbly 184 Lette, 0| from God -- namely, that in these melancholy circumstances 185 Lette, 0| not offend Him. But all these things did not distract


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