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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| powerful personality who may awaken love or hatred, but 2 Intro, 0| conclusions on special points may differ, in every country 3 Intro, 0| saints, less dramatic, it may be, but breathing, nevertheless, 4 Intro, 0| semblance of His Vicar, may fitly appear to symbolize 5 Intro, 0| Captivity, as it was called, may have seemed, at the time 6 Intro, 0| Pope. Whatever the truth may be about the details of 7 Intro, 0| thought. In this way Gregory may truly be looked upon as 8 Intro, 0| St. Catherine. Great ends may be pursued by essentially 9 Intro, 0| unique specimen of what may be called "ecclesiastical" 10 1, 1 | another Himself. That this may be seen more clearly, I 11 1, 2 | before You, in order that You may punish me for my sins in 12 1, 3 | corporeal, from wherever it may come, receives infinite 13 1, 4 | then, for pains, so that I may receive satisfaction for 14 1, 4 | and various passions, they may know how little stability 15 1, 4 | little stability it has, and may come to lift their desire 16 1, 4 | grace, so that My truth may be fulfilled in them. I 17 1, 5 | whatever mode or circumstance I may send them to her. Patience 18 1, 6 | to the need in which he may be, at least with your goodwill 19 1, 6 | respect in which your neighbor may be seen to be in need; counseling 20 1, 6 | to the diverse ways which may please his perverse sensual 21 1, 6 | vice. Being thus cruel he may wish to extend his cruelty 22 1, 6 | the bands of their death may be loosened! ~ 23 1, 7 | have given you, that you may exercise and prove your 24 1, 7 | ranks, in order that they may make use of the virtue of 25 1, 8 | have taught you how a man may serve his neighbor, and 26 2, 3 | which she has begun, or, as may frequently happen, through 27 2, 3 | torments so that her neighbor may have the life of grace, 28 2, 3 | bring it forth, so that it may appear before the eyes of 29 2, 6 | constrained by their tears, I may mitigate the fury of My 30 2, 7 | passing across the flood, you may not be drowned, which flood 31 2, 8 | Me in truth, so that you may grieve over the damnation 32 2, 10 | first and the second, you may reach the last, which is 33 2, 10 | water, running beneath, may not touch it; for, in My 34 2, 11 | that, if the rain come, it may not impede the traveler. 35 2, 11 | so that every believer may walk speedily, and without 36 2, 11 | journeying on their pilgrimage, may not, through weariness, 37 2, 11 | wholly God and wholly man, may be ministered to you. The 38 2, 13 | hearers, that is, that they may know that of this Body of 39 2, 13 | cases, that every person may, if he will, be illuminated 40 2, 13 | so that, in this road, he may recognize the truth, and 41 2, 13 | ignorant, in order that they may see where this road of Truth 42 2, 13 | sweat, in order that they may receive mercy from Me." ~ 43 2, 14 | for such, in order that I may do them mercy.' Oh, Mercy, 44 2, 15 | between the two, except what may be between a finite and 45 2, 16 | any sin, abominable as it may be, take away the light 46 2, 17 | swallow them up, that they may repent of their sins. Would 47 2, 23 | two, and now, so that you may see how greatly man deceives 48 2, 26 | the Righteous, so that you may the better know the misery 49 2, 27 | conquered, but that they may conquer, proving their virtue, 50 2, 27 | temptation of the Devil that may come to him, because I have 51 2, 27 | through hatred, that you may conquer, and not that you 52 2, 27 | conquer, and not that you may be conquered, and that you 53 2, 27 | conquered, and that you may come to a perfect knowledge 54 2, 27 | and of Me, and that virtue may be proved, for it is not 55 2, 30 | instrument of the body, you may prove and exercise the virtues. 56 2, 32 | by any contrary wind that may arise, either of prosperity 57 2, 33 | the vessel with which he may get the water, and neither 58 2, 36 | to the soul, so that she may climb with love and affection, 59 2, 37 | perfect self-knowledge, they may know that of themselves 60 2, 37 | is true, that a servant may so advance by the virtuous 61 2, 40 | filial love, and how a man may know if he has become a 62 2, 40 | this end, namely that she may arrive at perfection, that 63 2, 40 | I leave her, so that she may see and know her defects, 64 2, 40 | and afflicted by pain, she may recognize her own weakness, 65 2, 41 | of your fellows, that you may do to them that which you 66 2, 41 | that is to say, that you may love your neighbor of free 67 2, 41 | exist, so that the soul may in this way come to the 68 2, 41 | soul by sentiment, that she may be thus led to enclose herself 69 3, 1 | in order that holy prayer may become tedious to the soul, 70 3, 1 | and confused in mind, she may abandon the exercise of 71 3, 2 | general, so that the mind may not be contaminated by the 72 3, 2 | holy will, and whatever he may contribute, by words or 73 3, 2 | that is, that actual prayer may be united with mental prayer 74 3, 5 | extremity of death, when he may not be able to do so. In 75 3, 6 | goods of the world that he may the more abundantly enjoy 76 3, 10 | aforesaid way that the body may return a little to its corporal 77 3, 11 | because of his darkness, it may appear to you, that, from 78 3, 13 | all these various graces may exist in one soul, who, 79 3, 14 | Name's sake in whatever she may have to suffer. Then the 80 3, 14 | permitting, so that she may ever grow in virtue. For 81 3, 14 | in the last stage, which may please you by means of My 82 3, 15 | tell what different sorrows may cause them. I have now told 83 3, 16 | in whatever state a man may be, he should never stop 84 3, 16 | for an action which he may see, or for a word he may 85 3, 16 | may see, or for a word he may hear, he will judge the 86 3, 16 | according as their judgment may suggest to them. The unfortunate 87 3, 16 | the soul, of temporal loss may not occur! For you have 88 3, 17 | You grace and mercy that I may come to You truly in the 89 3, 17 | I fear that they are, or may become, stumbling-blocks 90 3, 17 | perfection? I pray You, so that I may not be deceived through 91 3, 17 | You to tell me, so that I may serve You and my neighbor 92 3, 18 | wherefore in order that you may the better know it, rise 93 3, 18 | her, "In order that you may the better understand what 94 3, 18 | your creeping intelligence may better understand that which 95 3, 18 | holy baptism, though you may have lost it by your own 96 3, 18 | rational creature, whatever may be his condition, who wishes 97 3, 19 | of perfection; for they may be called perfect who have 98 3, 19 | order that their sensuality may not rebel against their 99 3, 19 | and tribulations as they may be needed for your salvation, 100 3, 20 | condition in which they may be, and receive every event 101 3, 20 | their own will, so that it may not seek or wish anything 102 3, 20 | stumbling-blocks, so that your mind may not be scandalized by anything?' 103 3, 20 | man in anything that you may see done or said by any 104 3, 20 | that such apparent sinners may frequently have a good intention, 105 3, 20 | your mind, even though it may externally be open mortal 106 3, 20 | you, I give so that you may arrive at the end for which 107 3, 22 | this life of pilgrimage, may know how to avoid being 108 3, 22 | from today henceforward, I may never again wander from 109 3, 22 | by You, Eternal Truth, may shine in Your ministers; 110 3, 22 | Love, that not one of them may be taken from me by the 111 3, 22 | Devil, so that at last they may arrive at You, their End, 112 3, 22 | slave, and no daughter, may behave to them with due 113 3, 22 | order that these sentiments may increase in me." ~ 114 3, 23 | that, on your side, you may not sin through ignorance 115 3, 23 | truth, a means by which they may each receive, according 116 3, 24 | and, in order that you may the better understand the 117 3, 24 | Lamb, My only-begotten Son, may be administered to you. 118 3, 24 | light of grace, so that they may administer this light to 119 3, 24 | holy Church, so that you may have life, receiving His 120 3, 24 | itself, except as far as may be in the following example. ~ 121 3, 24 | metaphor further that you may the better understand Me. 122 3, 24 | holy baptism, each of you may grow in love and virtue 123 3, 24 | the help of My grace, as may please you. Not that you 124 3, 24 | or by any defect which may be in the soul, or by any 125 3, 26 | and travelers, so that you may have refreshment, and not 126 3, 27 | dearest daughter, that you may the better recognize the 127 3, 27 | grief at their miseries may be more intense. If they 128 3, 28 | so that you blind ones may have guides to direct you 129 3, 28 | And therefore his labor may be reputed to be in vain, 130 3, 29 | the great defects there may be in them) through love 131 3, 29 | and great desire, that I may re-clothe them in My goodness, 132 3, 30 | this point (so that you may have greater compassion 133 3, 30 | yes it is possible that he may attain to it, but an individual 134 3, 31 | at the last moment they may have something which they 135 3, 31 | have something which they may lay hold of, and by so doing 136 3, 31 | the moment of death you may not escape from their hands, 137 3, 31 | when you are with them they may render to you of the part 138 3, 31 | this knowledge so that he may despair, but so that he 139 3, 31 | despair, but so that he may come to a perfect self-knowledge 140 3, 31 | that pain and knowledge he may pay for his sins, and appease 141 3, 32 | bitter medicine, that I may be cured and rise from my 142 3, 32 | by Your grace, that they may be as two streams of water 143 3, 32 | that the infernal devils may not carry off Your lambs. 144 4, 1 | first of where obedience may be found, and what it is 145 4, 1 | But observe that obedience may be kept in two ways, of 146 4, 2 | no matter how much a man may have spoiled his key by 147 4, 3 | death, for although everyone may and should hope as long 148 4, 3 | fire of love, so that you may taste eternal life together 149 4, 5 | His religious subjects who may transgress the rule of the 150 4, 5 | mistake of the steersman may send her down into the billows, 151 4, 5 | physical light with which they may more perfectly obtain the 152 4, 6 | obedient, so that a man may better know the one by contrast 153 4, 6 | religious order, but however he may enter it (for I have told 154 4, 6 | of the great door, as you may see in any real door. They 155 4, 6 | suffering in order that he may be more eager to fly himself 156 4, 6 | so that by these means he may avoid idleness. He looks 157 4, 6 | kingdom of heaven and how he may best observe true obedience. ~ 158 4, 6 | And in order that he may better keep to the path 159 4, 8 | word and reproof which he may make to you, but in such 160 4, 9 | say this in order that you may see how prompt I wish the 161 4, 10 | and showing you how you may know this truth which you 162 4, 10 | perfection, and how the soul may know by which road she is 163 4, 10 | good, in order that you may be sanctified in Me, and 164 4, 11 | but only Your charity. May that same charity constrain 165 4, 11 | light of faith, so that I may know and understand the 166 4, 11 | me. Grant that my memory may be capable of retaining 167 4, 11 | Your benefits, that my will may burn in the fire of Your 168 4, 11 | fire of Your charity, and may that fire so work in me 169 4, 11 | the key of obedience, I may unlock the door of Heaven. 170 4, 11 | illuminate me so that I may know all Your truth; You 171 4, 11 | the hand of love, that I may see myself, who am Your 172 4, 11 | supreme perfection, so that I may no longer serve You in darkness, 173 4, 11 | but with light, and that I may be the mirror of a good 174 4, 11 | so that in that light I may give You thanks. Clothe 175 4, 11 | oh! Eternal Truth, that I may run my mortal course with 176 Lette, 0| all the sisters that they may be ready to do all that 177 Lette, 0| be ready to do all that may be pleasing to God concerning 178 Lette, 0| need of the help of prayer. May Almighty God preserve you


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