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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| It would be hard to say whether the 2 Intro, 0| with a reputation to lose would venture on any personal 3 Intro, 0| realizing. Prince and serf would one day appear as suppliants 4 Intro, 0| rulers as well as subjects, would at the last be judged. When 5 Intro, 0| occupy the foreground. It would create no surprise to come, 6 Intro, 0| Divine Child Himself. He would be a morose pedant indeed 7 Intro, 0| to the angels, that they would frequently carry her up 8 Intro, 0| continually passing, and would certainly have continued 9 Intro, 0| had seen what I see, you would not distract me from so 10 Intro, 0| from Christian bishops who would have disgraced Islam that 11 Intro, 0| these elements of schism would have been a dangerous rival 12 Intro, 0| to worship the gods. They would thus come to associate the 13 Intro, 0| merry-makings, and their conversion would be gradually, and as it 14 Intro, 0| It would be an unnecessary digression 15 Intro, 0| bait before those whom she would induce to turn from evil. 16 1, 1 | another Himself. Christ would seem to have meant this, 17 1, 3 | burned, and have not love, it would be worth nothing to me. 18 1, 4 | she did not love Me, she would not be obliged to do so; 19 1, 4 | the Eternal Truth, whom he would have known through the use 20 1, 6 | counseling him exactly as you would yourselves, without any 21 1, 8 | by many contrarieties, it would not be a serious virtue 22 2, 1 | above-mentioned virtues would please Me little; often, 23 2, 1 | Because otherwise the tree would not produce the virtue of 24 2, 1 | not in the soul, the soul would be indiscreet, indiscretion 25 2, 2 | were out of the earth it would die, and give no fruit. 26 2, 2 | for, otherwise, the circle would not be without end and beginning, 27 2, 2 | without end and beginning, but would have its beginning in knowledge 28 2, 3 | saying: 'Lord, Lord, I would do something for You,' and 29 2, 3 | or love, in which case it would be grateful and pleasant 30 2, 3 | this is because such a work would not be alone, but accompanied 31 2, 3 | principal foundation; for it would not be becoming that that 32 2, 3 | to do them, she not only would receive no merit, but would 33 2, 3 | would receive no merit, but would offend Me; thus you see 34 2, 3 | therein; for otherwise he would be in an evil case, who, 35 2, 3 | great virtue, the motive would not be a rightly ordered 36 2, 3 | with such devotion that she would lay down a thousand times, 37 2, 3 | others is imperfect. It would not, therefore, be just 38 2, 3 | in the time of trial, it would not have been truly conceived; 39 2, 4 | the Supreme Strength, it would not have been possible for 40 2, 5 | in him, because his evil would not spoil nor defile the 41 2, 6 | Blood of My Son, than they would have been before that redemption 42 2, 7 | against man, whereas they would have been obedient to him, 43 2, 9 | above all sweetness! Who would not be inflamed by such 44 2, 9 | manifest this to me, willingly would I see and hear it." ~ 45 2, 10 | being lifted on high, He would draw all things to Him. 46 2, 11 | journey -- death! And he would gladly retain himself (that 47 2, 12 | is punished. The tongue would not be sufficient to relate 48 2, 13 | given you.' He said that He would return, and He did return, 49 2, 15 | benefits she has received, she would know Me, and knowing Me 50 2, 15 | know Me, and knowing Me would know herself, and so would 51 2, 15 | would know herself, and so would remain in My love: but she, 52 2, 17 | for if they had it they would not be cruel to themselves 53 2, 17 | neighbor; on the contrary, they would be compassionate and merciful 54 2, 17 | may repent of their sins. Would they then give their life 55 2, 17 | not give their substance? Would they give their affections 56 2, 21 | there, because the soul would not be pardoned, depreciating 57 2, 22 | were it possible, they would rather choose the fire, 58 2, 22 | was that, in death, they would not hope in Me, nor grieve 59 2, 25 | the universal good, and I would not that you should think 60 2, 25 | for, if this were so, it would follow that, until they 61 2, 25 | which the glorified body would take in the glorified humanity 62 2, 27 | pains and vexations which he would flee; and he knows Me in 63 2, 27 | he catch them, for they would not allow themselves to 64 2, 28 | this pupil of faith she would not see, except as a man 65 2, 29 | delusion of Your creatures. I would that, when it is pleasing 66 2, 29 | pleasing to Your Goodness, You would more clearly explain to 67 2, 30 | no such brightness there would be no sin, for man, by his 68 2, 31 | persevere in virtue, and if you would have eternal death, you 69 2, 33 | were he accompanied he would not fear, and had he ascended 70 2, 33 | ascended the three steps he would not have been alone, and 71 2, 33 | not have been alone, and would, therefore, have been secure. 72 2, 33 | without which thirst he would not be able to arrive at 73 2, 37 | had she unwound it she would see that, in truth, everything 74 2, 40 | which he must pass, who would attain to perfect love, 75 2, 41 | And I would have you know that just 76 3, 2 | together with confusion would come the Devil, who has 77 3, 2 | displeasure of sin, and so she would arrive at eternal damnation, 78 3, 2 | through the despair which would come to her, because she 79 3, 3 | soul to confusion, for it would cause the soul to hate her 80 3, 8 | terminated and ended then, you would not be, because by love 81 3, 10 | virtue without toil they would not want it. They would 82 3, 10 | would not want it. They would rather delight in the Cross, 83 3, 11 | is almost as if My Truth would say to them -- The Law is 84 3, 13 | satisfy those who often would desire to weep and cannot. 85 3, 14 | state of neighborly love, it would not be perfect. Therefore 86 3, 14 | the other, else the soul would come to a state of presumption, 87 3, 14 | her own reputation, and would fall at once, vomited from 88 3, 15 | desire infinite, otherwise it would be worth nothing, nor would 89 3, 15 | would be worth nothing, nor would any virtue of yours have 90 3, 17 | these states of tears, You would explain these points also 91 3, 17 | limited vision, that You would declare to me in detail, 92 3, 17 | and courageous virtue. I would gladly know whether this 93 3, 17 | self-love; for if it were so, I would humbly confine myself to 94 3, 18 | Light, for, without it, you would plunge into darkness. ~ 95 3, 18 | for, without it, the soul would be in a state of damnation. 96 3, 19 | in true humility, they would often offend against their 97 3, 19 | path. Do you know why this would happen to them? Because 98 3, 19 | and not presumptuous, she would be illuminated to see that 99 3, 19 | elected the soul. And she would see that I give everything 100 3, 21 | yet, the perfection which would prevent her feeling pain 101 3, 22 | to the effect that You would speak to me more distinctly, 102 3, 22 | prayers of Your servants, You would reform the holy Church, 103 3, 23 | negligence; for a fault of yours would be more serious and worthy 104 3, 24 | flame; nevertheless you would judge that he whose candle 105 3, 24 | participate in this light; you would be like a candle with no 106 3, 24 | Word, My only-begotten Son, would not be separated from Me -- 107 3, 24 | take light from it, each would have it entire, and yet 108 3, 24 | have it entire, and yet it would remain whole." ~ 109 3, 25 | rational creature whose heart would not melt for love in contemplating 110 3, 27 | considered their own dignity they would not be in the darkness of 111 3, 27 | face of their soul. They would not only see their offenses 112 3, 27 | bodies to be burned, they would not repay the tremendous 113 3, 28 | and unity of hearts. And I would that you know that, more 114 3, 28 | alone, without reproof, he would never cure him, but the 115 3, 28 | him, but the putrefaction would rather spread to the other 116 3, 28 | glorious pastors of old, he would not give salving ointment 117 3, 28 | obstinate in his evil doing, he would cut him off from the congregation 118 3, 28 | position is to be kept. If they would only see that it is by holy 119 3, 28 | is by holy justice they would be able to maintain it; 120 3, 28 | placed in Me. Your tongue would not be sufficient to relate 121 3, 28 | exposing their infirmity, they would oftentimes lend countenance 122 3, 29 | which you obtained life, you would not hate the bearer, however 123 3, 29 | sent it to you. His state would indeed displease you, and 124 3, 29 | indeed displease you, and you would be anxious through love 125 3, 30 | accordance with mine they would endure no suffering, not 126 3, 30 | suffering, not that they would have no labors on that account, 127 3, 30 | no terror or fear, as it would do to another who had lived 128 3, 31 | horrible that the creature would rather choose any pain that 129 3, 31 | and that as a debtor he would have to render an account 130 3, 31 | presumption), there is not one who would not despair, and with despair 131 3, 31 | despair, and with despair they would arrive with the Devil in 132 3, 31 | and hoped in My mercy, he would have found mercy, for, as 133 3, 31 | you in your presumption would not do My will, rather you 134 3, 31 | their state at all, they would not come to such misery, 135 3, 31 | come to such misery, but would be that which they ought 136 3, 32 | to us. I desired that You would fulfill the promise that 137 3, 32 | answered; to knock, and it would be opened to us; to beg, 138 3, 32 | opened to us; to beg, and it would be given to us. Oh! Eternal 139 3, 32 | labors of Your servants, You would do mercy to the world, and 140 4, 2 | rusting it with self-love. It would have been entirely destroyed 141 4, 2 | And so in all things which would be too long to relate, he 142 4, 5 | the most holy faith she would have learnt, in the blood 143 4, 5 | the vow of poverty, each would not have taken his own, 144 4, 5 | faith, fearing that they would not be provided for, but 145 4, 6 | how he should walk if he would enter the ship of a religious 146 4, 6 | without this nurse obedience would perish of hunger, for obedience 147 4, 6 | faith to what ruin they would come if they transgressed 148 4, 6 | evil and the loss which would come to him from temporal 149 4, 6 | that in such a state he would die before he would be able 150 4, 6 | state he would die before he would be able to pass it, having 151 4, 6 | these were his enemies who would defile his spouse, holy 152 4, 6 | his heart towards them he would like to give them the good 153 4, 6 | that more glory and praise would be given to My name by many 154 4, 6 | for if he wished this he would be separated from brotherly 155 4, 8 | the contrary to what it would be for the obedient man. 156 4, 8 | force or by love, and it would have been better and less 157 4, 8 | resting place, where he would like to remain for the pleasures 158 4, 8 | are so corrupt that they would be out of place in the mouth 159 4, 8 | cast from you the key which would have opened the door of 160 4, 10 | the holy Church, that I would remove darkness and persecutions 161 4, 10 | your fourth request, that I would provide for the particular 162 Lette, 0| to greater weakness than would be suffered by one who should 163 Lette, 0| any one who had seen her would have thought her dead, and 164 Lette, 0| after an hour or two, she would arise afresh, and we would 165 Lette, 0| would arise afresh, and we would go to St. Peter's, although 166 Lette, 0| mile distant, where she would place herself in prayer, 167 Lette, 0| such an extent that she would often say: "These pains 168 Lette, 0| torment came upon her, she would joyously raise her eyes 169 Lette, 0| on account of them, You would use mercy with the world,


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