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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| With facts as such, there can indeed be no tampering; 2 Intro, 0| excommunication. Nothing can be further from the truth. 3 Intro, 0| possible home, if home they can have on earth, of the glorified 4 Intro, 0| in a winding alley that can hardly be called a street, 5 Intro, 0| Christian hagiology. Who can read unmoved of the struggles 6 Intro, 0| Siena, the same Tuscan idiom can be heard, hardly altered 7 1, 1 | when she has attained love, can she strive to follow and 8 1, 1 | similar words, by which we can see that it is, indeed, 9 1, 3 | which the soul endures, or can endure, in this life, are 10 1, 3 | the guilt and the penalty can be expiated by the desire 11 1, 4 | No virtue, my daughter, can have life in itself except 12 1, 4 | self-love, and in no other way can he learn. Then the soul 13 1, 4 | not broken by the Blood, can in no way be broken. And 14 1, 4 | his hardness of heart, he can use his free will while 15 1, 5 | perfect patience, that neither can leave the soul without the 16 1, 6 | against Me, for no evil can touch Me, except in so far 17 1, 7 | virtues, because no virtue can be obtained without charity, 18 1, 7 | sees that, in no other way, can she become grateful and 19 1, 7 | because, in no other way, can she act out the truth she 20 1, 7 | because, inasmuch as you can do Me no profit, you should 21 1, 7 | observed. For he, only, can be of use in his state of 22 1, 8 | pride, because a proud man can do no harm to a humble one; 23 1, 8 | to a humble one; neither can the infidelity of a wicked 24 2, 1 | to what the soul sees she can do in the measure of her 25 2, 2 | existing by love, and that it can live by nothing else than 26 2, 3 | for My sake, asking, 'What can I do to endure suffering 27 2, 3 | Eternal Truth. The soul can therefore place neither 28 2, 4 | abyss of love! What heart can help breaking when it sees 29 2, 5 | of weakness, but the soul can keep the bridle on it if 30 2, 5 | and, in the same way, she can dispose herself to evil 31 2, 5 | discretion is come, the soul can, by her free will, make 32 2, 5 | that no demon or creature can constrain him to one smallest 33 2, 9 | such great love? What heart can help breaking at such tenderness? 34 2, 10 | Feet are steps by which you can arrive at His Side, Which 35 2, 10 | own profit, because you can be of no profit to Him, 36 2, 11 | their life. Wherefore no one can have the virtue given by 37 2, 11 | Truth says, 'That no man can come to Me if not by Him,' 38 2, 11 | supports in the water, no one can travel that way without 39 2, 15 | comparison, far more than you can see, because your sight 40 2, 15 | infinite, so that there can be no comparison between 41 2, 15 | And, as a corpse which can have no feeling or movement 42 2, 15 | lives), asks My help, he can have it, but never can he 43 2, 15 | he can have it, but never can he help himself; he has 44 2, 19 | the vilest service that can be had, because you are 45 2, 20 | cannot become weak. So that I can and will succor him who 46 2, 21 | at the end, where there can be no remedy, for she is 47 2, 21 | Eternal Good, still she can find mercy. But if she pass 48 2, 22 | material thing that fire can consume. But I, by Divine 49 2, 25 | come to naught, but she can always love with that affection 50 2, 25 | that her vessel or theirs can increase, nor that there 51 2, 25 | that the glorified body can pass through a wall, and 52 2, 25 | that neither water nor fire can injure it, not by virtue 53 2, 25 | eternally. Not that they can work any good, but they 54 2, 25 | because in this life alone can they merit and sin, according 55 2, 26 | therefore said My Truth, 'No one can go to the Father but by 56 2, 27 | neither Devil nor creature can move, because it is yours, 57 2, 27 | with free arbitration, can hold it or leave it, according 58 2, 27 | is weak, and by himself can do nothing, unless I allow 59 2, 27 | enduring pain, for no one can pass through this life without 60 2, 30 | give you that which you can love.' And at once it arises, 61 2, 30 | of the intellect that it can discern and see nothing 62 2, 30 | temporal, that the creature can do, and free choice gets 63 2, 31 | and doctrine of My Truth can mount one without the other, 64 2, 32 | in Me, the Father, there can be no pain, but in My Son 65 2, 32 | pain, but in My Son there can be pain. And you, while 66 2, 32 | in Me, the Father, there can be no pain, but in Him there 67 2, 32 | no pain, but in Him there can be pain, and therefore of 68 2, 32 | for you a Bridge. No one can come to Me except by Him, 69 2, 32 | you in the words: 'No one can come to the Father except 70 2, 33 | every rational creature can come out of the sea of the 71 2, 33 | other things, for nothing can remain empty, and, being 72 2, 37 | friends have one soul, there can be no secret between them, 73 2, 39 | of the Resurrection, you can see Me, with the eye of 74 2, 41 | these and in many other ways can it be seen that his neighborly 75 3, 1 | well that in no other way can she arrive thereat, she 76 3, 1 | weapon with which the soul can defend herself from every 77 3, 2 | for her neighbor. Where can this be acquired? In the 78 3, 2 | resist the humble mind, nor can any confusion of spirit 79 3, 2 | Cursed that you are, for I can find no way to take you. 80 3, 2 | past, if there be time, she can resume the vocal prayers 81 3, 2 | Although vocal or mental prayer can be understood in many and 82 3, 4 | remains to be told you how it can be seen that souls have 83 3, 5 | and love. And therefore can this operation be called 84 3, 8 | and praise of My Name. Who can see it? The soul who is 85 3, 8 | stable, so that in nothing can it suffer pain, because 86 3, 8 | sorrow, it no longer now can give her pain, but only 87 3, 9 | of Myself, because on Me can no pain fall, and I wished 88 3, 11 | science, because such a one can only offer what he has himself, 89 3, 11 | the more it knows the more can it love. Thus the one feeds 90 3, 12 | Truth Himself, and nothing can be learnt in the Truth but 91 3, 14 | tranquillity of mind that no tongue can tell it. Having crossed 92 3, 14 | She further knows that she can be of no use to Me and can 93 3, 14 | can be of no use to Me and can in no way repay Me that 94 3, 14 | medium through which you can all serve Me. For, as I 95 3, 14 | I have said to you, you can perform all virtues by means 96 3, 14 | cannot repay to Me, but you can pay it to My rational creature, 97 3, 14 | third (and final) stage. Nor can it be preserved when it 98 3, 15 | You ask how their value can be infinite. I do not say 99 3, 15 | in this life your tears can become infinite, but I call 100 3, 15 | this life only, no tongue can tell what different sorrows 101 3, 16 | badly planted, the tree can bear no fruits of life but 102 3, 16 | the branches of mortal sin can turn no other way than to 103 3, 16 | world. Do not marvel, they can turn no way but that in 104 3, 16 | way but that in which they can be fed by the earth; for 105 3, 16 | Eternal God. Therefore I alone can satisfy him, and, because 106 3, 17 | gladly know whether this joy can consist with the delusion 107 3, 18 | that if you do not see, you can not hear, that is to say, 108 3, 18 | your demand. Not that you can increase My delight, for 109 3, 18 | without the light, no one can walk in the truth, that 110 3, 18 | that by this law any man can be constrained to commit 111 3, 20 | except seeing in what way she can preserve and increase her 112 3, 20 | and follow Him, for no one can reach Me, the Father, if 113 3, 20 | the world and the Devil can attack them, slide under 114 3, 20 | good intention, for no one can judge the secrets of the 115 3, 22 | precept that, in no way, can I judge any rational creature, 116 3, 23 | opportunity, for without Me you can do nothing, I will fulfill 117 3, 24 | God, because none of these can be separated from each other, 118 3, 24 | because of yourselves you can do nothing, though I have 119 3, 24 | material, with which you can receive this light and feed 120 3, 24 | for when time is past you can no longer do so. So that 121 3, 24 | longer do so. So that you can increase in love, as has 122 3, 24 | water has fallen, which can do nothing but crackle when 123 3, 24 | the Light Itself, for that can receive no hurt, but on 124 3, 24 | therefore, that in no way can this Light, united with 125 3, 24 | diminished in any way, nor can it be detached from its 126 3, 25 | The eye can only see, and the hand can 127 3, 25 | can only see, and the hand can only touch, the white substance 128 3, 25 | the bread, and the taste can only taste the savor of 129 3, 25 | love. With this hand alone can you touch that which the 130 3, 28 | therefore, that no one can receive the light without 131 3, 28 | law, nor the divine law, can be kept in any degree without 132 3, 30 | virtues, because he neither can nor will hope in his own 133 3, 30 | round him to see if they can acquire anything, and appear 134 3, 30 | light of virtue which all can have in general, but of 135 3, 30 | whether one who has no science can attain to this love, I should 136 3, 30 | the vision of the devils can do no harm, because of the 137 3, 31 | rather choose any pain that can be suffered in this world 138 3, 31 | and with this mercy he can, if he will, take hold on 139 3, 31 | sins which any creature can commit; wherefore it greatly 140 3, 31 | fear, for fear and harm can only be caused to him by 141 3, 32 | fire of Your charity. And can a wretch like me pay back 142 3, 32 | or desire as much as You can give, and thus I see that 143 3, 32 | in the way in which You can and will satisfy the soul, 144 3, 32 | attribute, wherefore You can not destroy it or refuse 145 3, 32 | our bath, wherefore You can not deny it to any one who 146 3, 32 | first reply to us before we can cry out with the voice of 147 3, 32 | You open before even we can knock, for it is with the 148 4, 1 | perfect; for no one at all can reach eternal life if he 149 4, 1 | door, opened it, and no one can enter except by means of 150 4, 2 | assisted by My grace, he can repair it with the same 151 4, 2 | that the pride which fell can rise? Do you think to be 152 4, 2 | chain of mortal sin, you can walk? or that without a 153 4, 2 | or that without a key you can open the door? Do not imagine 154 4, 2 | Do not imagine that you can, for it is a fantastical 155 4, 2 | faith that in no other way can they escape eternal damnation; 156 4, 2 | they will lose it. They can indeed find it again if 157 4, 2 | sea cannot hurt her, nor can any tempest reach the interior 158 4, 2 | to desire Me alone, who can and will satisfy all his 159 4, 2 | is so great that no one can rule you, for you have come 160 4, 3 | though it is true that they can obey the precepts of the 161 4, 5 | place and in what way she can pay her debt, trampling 162 4, 5 | death, for no true judgment can be made on a person's entrance 163 4, 5 | pride, not that this light can be darkened in itself, but 164 4, 5 | for there, where pride is, can be no obedience. I have 165 4, 6 | every means by which he can draw them out of the darkness 166 4, 6 | am his helper, and both can and will help him, and open 167 4, 6 | self-reproach, thinking that he can never endure enough pain, 168 4, 7 | perfect that no higher virtue can be attained except by recommencing 169 4, 8 | the obedient man. For how can this wretch be in any other 170 4, 8 | irreverently and reproving him. You can not endure your brother, 171 4, 8 | disobedience, wherefore you can not remain in your material 172 4, 8 | the chapter-house when he can through fear of penance. 173 4, 9 | inestimable good which no one can value or understand, for, 174 4, 9 | Pacific, am He who alone can comprehend and value Myself 175 4, 10 | inflicted in finite time can satisfy for a sin committed 176 4, 10 | disobedience; and how obedience can be obtained and how destroyed. 177 4, 11 | darkness with Your light. Who can attain to Your Greatness, 178 Lette, 0| around in the affliction you can imagine. ~ 179 Lette, 0| sorrowful mother, all that I can say is that it was a bitter


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