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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| The Germans, too, have had disciples of other nations, 2 Intro, 0| as the Prophets of Israel had done, under the older dispensation, 3 Intro, 0| were not revolutionaries -- had they been so indeed the 4 Intro, 0| inquisitor or guards; the Pope had to hear her out. He did 5 Intro, 0| Siena. Even the railway has had the grace to conceal its 6 Intro, 0| long as the vision lasted, had she not been violently diverted 7 Intro, 0| eyes and said: 'Oh, if you had seen what I see, you would 8 Intro, 0| on high; but the vision had entirely disappeared, according 9 Intro, 0| according to the will of Him who had granted it, and she, not 10 Intro, 0| over. Francis and Dominic had come and gone, and though 11 Intro, 0| inspiration was a brightness that had fled. The moral state of 12 Intro, 0| than counsel -- Clement had submitted in leaving Rome, 13 Intro, 0| French king. The Romans, who had always treated the Pope 14 Intro, 0| furious when at last they had driven him away, and gratified 15 Intro, 0| the fact that Rome herself had produced not a few popes 16 Intro, 0| These dangerous heretics had inherited a garbled version 17 Intro, 0| dispensation of the Son as that had taken the place of the dispensation 18 Intro, 0| Gerard of San Domino, who had derived it, not without 19 Intro, 0| Spirituali, the saints who had received the new dispensation, 20 Intro, 0| preoccupations. For good or ill, it had come to be essential to 21 Intro, 0| The papal monarchy had come about, as most things 22 Intro, 0| effective Emperor of the West -- had resulted in a natural increase 23 Intro, 0| by hereditary right. He had the defects as well as the 24 Intro, 0| counsels St. Augustine, who had consulted him as to the 25 Intro, 0| places at which the people had been in the habit of meeting 26 Intro, 0| they knew. Kings and nobles had conferred much property 27 Intro, 0| dearest of friends to all who had the privilege of intimate 28 1, 1 | humble prayer, after she had seen the union of the soul, 29 1, 1 | intellect, the love which He had for His servants, but rather 30 1, 2 | against God it lay. And she had understood this the better 31 1, 2 | from a letter, which she had received from the spiritual 32 1, 3 | this when he said: If I had the tongues of angels, and 33 1, 4 | the ineffable love which I had for you, wishing to re-create 34 2, 4 | very great desire that she had conceived on learning the 35 2, 4 | with such sweetness, He had deigned to reply to her 36 2, 4 | to the sorrow which she had conceived, on account of 37 2, 4 | departure of the soul; so that, had she not been surrounded 38 2, 4 | Holy Spirit. What reason had You for creating man in 39 2, 4 | rebellion into which he had fallen, there should come 40 2, 5 | fruit of the Blood which he had received in Holy Baptism, 41 2, 5 | restore it to grace which you had lost by sin; for I was incapable 42 2, 5 | satisfy it, for, even if he had satisfied to a certain extent, 43 2, 5 | self-same nature in which man had offended, suffering in His 44 2, 5 | to that good for which I had created him. This human 45 2, 6 | the stain of Adam's sin had been taken away. It is right 46 2, 7 | in that Good for which I had created them, and My truth 47 2, 7 | goodness. But, after sin had closed Heaven and bolted 48 2, 7 | have been obedient to him, had he remained in the state 49 2, 7 | in the state in which I had placed him. He, not remaining 50 2, 7 | body. And, as soon as he had sinned, a tempestuous flood 51 2, 9 | owed us, or need that You had of us? We are rather Your 52 2, 10 | go on the Bridge until It had been lifted on high, wherefore 53 2, 13 | Father!' When He, then, had thus ascended on high, and 54 2, 13 | doctrine which My Truth had left in the world. Thus, 55 2, 15 | After this soul had refreshed a little her heart 56 2, 16 | light of grace, because they had it not, but because nature 57 2, 17 | of My mercy, for if they had it they would not be cruel 58 2, 18 | the aforesaid way, they had lost the light of reason, 59 2, 19 | vilest service that can be had, because you are the servant 60 2, 19 | said that of His Body He had made an anvil. All the remedies 61 2, 20 | And they cannot say 'I had no one who reproved me,' 62 2, 20 | flesh to the Spirit, as had the glorious Paul, My standard-bearer, 63 2, 22 | and you chose (after you had returned to yourself) rather 64 2, 22 | first reproof that they had of injustice and false judgment, 65 2, 24 | because he was the eldest, and had nourished them up in the 66 2, 24 | same miseries in which he had lived, so that he was the 67 2, 25 | follow that, until they had the body, they had imperfect 68 2, 25 | they had the body, they had imperfect bliss, which cannot 69 2, 25 | her own flesh which she had quitted. For, as the soul 70 2, 27 | light of faith and hope that had those perfect ones, but, 71 2, 27 | tree, that this soul once had. ~ 72 2, 28 | that is, the desire she had to see and know Me; wherefore 73 2, 29 | who were in the river and had begun to come out, turn 74 2, 29 | scandalized at her, because they had heard of the sweet goodness 75 2, 29 | sweet goodness of GOD, who had deigned to manifest Himself 76 2, 30 | affection to love them; for had worldly things no such brightness 77 2, 33 | accompanied he would not fear, and had he ascended the three steps 78 2, 37 | spiritual self-love, for, had she unwound it she would 79 2, 37 | imperfection, with the purpose, had she but time, of serving 80 2, 39 | with Me, and that which He had, He had from Me, I having 81 2, 39 | and that which He had, He had from Me, I having nothing 82 2, 39 | present to you anything He had not received from Me, the 83 2, 40 | Holy Spirit, which My Truth had promised them. They remained 84 2, 40 | true love. But when they had persevered in fasting and 85 2, 40 | continual prayer, until they had received the abundance of 86 2, 40 | guilt of mortal sin, she had separated herself from Me, 87 2, 40 | guilt, because that guilt had barred the door of her desires. 88 3, 2 | prove to you that your life had been deluded, and that you 89 3, 2 | been deluded, and that you had not followed My will, you 90 3, 2 | than abandon that which she had begun. She should not do 91 3, 2 | vocal prayers which she had resolved to say, but if 92 3, 4 | holy disciples after they had received the Holy Spirit, 93 3, 5 | vision, which this holy soul had, concerning diverse baptisms, 94 3, 5 | generation was ended, and I had finished the actual work 95 3, 5 | pain and torment, and yet I had not been able to show, by 96 3, 5 | infinite, how much more love I had, I wished you to see the 97 3, 5 | pain of the desire that I had to complete your redemption, 98 3, 5 | you receive it infinitely. Had it not been infinite, the 99 3, 8 | which My Word, the Son, had borne from the beginning 100 3, 8 | but His love -- no. For had the affection of My charity, 101 3, 8 | by love you are made, and had My love been drawn back, 102 3, 8 | been drawn back, that is, had I not loved your being, 103 3, 9 | Paul, then, had seen and tasted this good, 104 3, 10 | account of the union which she had made with Me, is impatient 105 3, 11 | light. And everyone has had the illumination of this 106 3, 11 | doctors of the holy science had it, expounding the doctrine 107 3, 11 | Evangelists. The martyrs had it, declaring in their blood 108 3, 11 | of the Lamb. The virgins had it in the affection of charity 109 3, 11 | and the cloud of self-love had covered up and put out the 110 3, 11 | of Scripture, as if they had studied it for long; and 111 3, 12 | both by the union which she had had with God, and by what 112 3, 12 | the union which she had had with God, and by what she 113 3, 12 | with God, and by what she had heard and tasted of the 114 3, 12 | God. And nevertheless she had joy from the hope of the 115 3, 12 | promise that the Truth of God had made to her, teaching her 116 3, 12 | of the soul of which God had spoken to her, and seeing 117 3, 12 | Wherefore, knowing that she had not forgotten the teaching 118 3, 12 | the Truth, that is, God, had given her, that in no other 119 3, 14 | external being that which she had from the creature, and when 120 3, 14 | savor to each other, for, had not this last grief (in 121 3, 17 | and satisfaction which she had received from the Truth, 122 3, 20 | Knight that He was, whom I had placed on the battle-field 123 3, 22 | union of love which she had made with her Creator, and 124 3, 22 | in elevation of mind, she had gazed into the eternal truth 125 3, 22 | having recognized the truth, had become enamored of it, and 126 3, 23 | last petition, which she had made concerning His promise, 127 3, 24 | general love which I have had to My creatures, creating 128 3, 25 | beautiful vision this soul had upon this subject. ~ 129 3, 25 | the battle that the Devil had been waging against you 130 3, 25 | vexation which the Devil had been causing you, and to 131 3, 25 | consider My love, which had made you worthy to hear 132 3, 25 | The eye of the intellect had the true vision, using the 133 3, 28 | And, because they first had done justice to themselves, 134 3, 28 | the bad physician, when it had already begun to corrupt, 135 3, 28 | guardians, and therefore had they their eye continually 136 3, 28 | and of the hope that they had placed in My Providence, 137 3, 28 | world, and from Me they had the fire of the Holy Spirit, 138 3, 28 | virtue and power that I had given My servants over them. 139 3, 28 | love, faith, and hope they had placed in Me. Your tongue 140 3, 28 | and especially when they had seen that it had appeared 141 3, 28 | when they had seen that it had appeared particularly difficult 142 3, 28 | salvation of souls which they had conceived in Me. They ran 143 3, 30 | would do to another who had lived wickedly in the world. 144 3, 31 | he has committed; whereas had he grieved and repented 145 3, 31 | they receive, as if they had not so nourished themselves. ~ 146 3, 31 | than a pagan, because he had the light of faith and renounced 147 3, 31 | it, while the pagan never had it. ~ 148 3, 31 | Sacrament, and because they had the light of science, in 149 3, 31 | for themselves and others had they wished to; wherefore 150 4, 1 | key of obedience, which had been fastened by the disobedience 151 4, 1 | Word? The love which He had for My honor and your salvation. 152 4, 2 | same key which the Word had, and if a man does not unlock 153 4, 2 | been entirely destroyed had not My only-begotten Son, 154 4, 5 | never failed them, but they had more than their needs demanded. 155 4, 5 | fruit of disobedience, for had they been obedient and observed 156 4, 5 | and holy poverty, whom he had chosen for himself, embracing 157 4, 5 | also. And as a sign that he had it truly, and that the contrary 158 4, 5 | community, as a sign that he had chosen for his spouse Queen 159 4, 5 | extirpate the errors which had arisen in his time, thus 160 4, 5 | that he was to die, for I had revealed to him his death, 161 4, 6 | money to spend, for if they had it not they could not spend 162 4, 7 | eternal life.' As if My Truth had wished to say, 'You have 163 4, 7 | possess that for which they had hoped, and so with all the 164 4, 9 | the letter o, though he had not space to finish it; 165 4, 9 | as a sign that that soul had risen from the dryness of 166 4, 9 | green leaves of virtue, had brought forth the fruit 167 4, 9 | water bore up Maurus who had been sent by obedience to 168 4, 9 | upon the water as if he had been on dry land, and so 169 4, 10 | inestimable love which I had for man, I sent to the earth 170 Lette, 0| substance of the food, but had the habit of rejecting it. 171 Lette, 0| time of her prayer, she had so violent a stroke that 172 Lette, 0| following Monday, just after I had written a letter, she had 173 Lette, 0| had written a letter, she had another stroke so terrific, 174 Lette, 0| the same person as she who had fallen. ~ 175 Lette, 0| a state that any one who had seen her would have thought 176 Lette, 0| Catherine had been lying on the bosom 177 Lette, 0| mother. In the meantime we had put before her eyes a pious 178 Lette, 0| of human weakness; I have had no care of them; I have 179 Lette, 0| indulgence, saying that it had been granted her by Pope 180 Lette, 0| certain of her sons, who had not been present at a memorable 181 Lette, 0| many days previously, she had made to the whole family, 182 Lette, 0| which she seemed to have had of our salvation. Then she 183 Lette, 0| Oh! had you seen with what humility 184 Lette, 0| beloved children whom the Lord had given her, to love Him alone, 185 Lette, 0| of her life for which she had so longed, saying: "You,


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