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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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sin

    Chapter, Paragraph
1 Intro, 0| Similarly the ugliness of sin, as much as its wickedness, 2 1, 4 | and displeasure against sin, and against the soul's 3 1, 4 | but, coming out of their sin, they receive the life of 4 1, 4 | memory with the delights of sin, and with the recollection 5 1, 4 | having abandoned mortal sin, they receive grace, and 6 1, 6 | himself he does the injury of sin, which deprives him of grace, 7 1, 6 | constant evil. In this way sin causes a physical and a 8 1, 6 | pleasure in the idea of sin, and hatred of virtue, that 9 1, 6 | conceived, he brings forth one sin after another against his 10 1, 6 | in all kinds of people, sin is always produced against 11 1, 6 | medium; in no other way could sin ever be committed either 12 1, 6 | secret or open. A secret sin is when you deprive your 13 1, 6 | ought to give him; an open sin is where you perform positive 14 1, 6 | perform positive acts of sin, as I have related to you. 15 1, 6 | indeed the truth that every sin done against Me, is done 16 1, 7 | by conceiving, hatred of sin and love of virtue; and, 17 2, 3 | not cause the injury of sin to self in order to be useful 18 2, 3 | others, for, if one single sin were committed to save the 19 2, 3 | by means of the guilt of sin. Holy discretion ordains 20 2, 3 | doing herself the injury of sin in order to be useful to 21 2, 3 | ever incur the guilt of sin. ~ 22 2, 4 | from the clouds of mortal sin, and from eternal damnation; 23 2, 4 | therefore that through his sin he lost this dignity in 24 2, 5 | those who feed on their own sin. ~ 25 2, 5 | in the darkness of mortal sin; to him, I say, It gives 26 2, 5 | when the stain of original sin was taken from him by virtue 27 2, 5 | was corrupted through the sin of the first man Adam. Wherefore, 28 2, 5 | grace which you had lost by sin; for I was incapable of 29 2, 5 | could man satisfy, his sin having been committed against 30 2, 5 | make satisfaction for the sin of man and to dispose him 31 2, 5 | destroyed the stain of Adam's sin, only the mark of it remaining 32 2, 5 | that is an inclination to sin, and to every sort of corporeal 33 2, 5 | the mark alone of original sin remains, which sin you take 34 2, 5 | original sin remains, which sin you take from your father 35 2, 5 | receives Holy Baptism, original sin is taken away from her, 36 2, 5 | and that inclination to sin, which remains from the 37 2, 6 | How sin is more gravely punished 38 2, 6 | before the stain of Adam's sin had been taken away. It 39 2, 7 | the road was broken by the sin and disobedience of Adam, 40 2, 7 | and goodness. But, after sin had closed Heaven and bolted 41 2, 8 | remove the stain of Adam's sin. Which stain corrupted the 42 2, 10 | has been waging with her sin. On the first step, then, 43 2, 10 | My Son, was no venom of sin. This Bridge is lifted on 44 2, 14 | those who abandon mortal sin and return to You, 'I do 45 2, 14 | confounded the death of our sin, and the death of our sin 46 2, 14 | sin, and the death of our sin destroyed the bodily life 47 2, 15 | when they conceived mortal sin in their minds, for they 48 2, 15 | which is not, that is by sin, for sin in itself is nothing, 49 2, 15 | not, that is by sin, for sin in itself is nothing, and 50 2, 15 | the servants and slaves of sin. I have made them trees 51 2, 15 | while man lives in mortal sin, is blinded by self-love, 52 2, 16 | sins; and first, of the sin of sensuality. ~ 53 2, 16 | actions. Neither does any sin, abominable as it may be, 54 2, 16 | light to know that this sin obscured the intellect, 55 2, 16 | Christian, who has lost grace by sin." ~ 56 2, 17 | that come of this cursed sin of avarice, how many homicides 57 2, 19 | the servant and slave of sin, and are become like unto 58 2, 19 | Sin is nothing. You, then, have 59 2, 20 | Thus, they were born in sin like you, and nourished 60 2, 21 | remorse, seeing that her own sin has brought her into so 61 2, 21 | than My mercy. This is that sin which is neither pardoned 62 2, 21 | Therefore is this last sin graver to Me than all the 63 2, 21 | which is to have held their sin to be greater than My mercy, 64 2, 21 | pain they expect for their sin; so you see that they are 65 2, 22 | the angels, through her sin, made worthy of the conversation 66 2, 22 | know that, by their own sin, they have made themselves 67 2, 22 | according to the gravity of her sin. The fourth torment that 68 2, 24 | with the guilt of mortal sin, their souls, by divine 69 2, 25 | state of grace, they cannot sin any more. And their will 70 2, 25 | alone can they merit and sin, according as they please, 71 2, 27 | injured by the guilt of sin in any temptation, but will 72 2, 27 | of the darkness of mortal sin. You know that I then showed 73 2, 27 | alleviated. And because -- by sin, as I said to you above -- 74 2, 28 | world germinated through sin, do harm, and to whom they 75 2, 28 | the earth produced after sin) come upon them, they endure 76 2, 28 | they see that every little sin merits infinite pain, because 77 2, 28 | finite time; they drive away sin with contrition of heart, 78 2, 30 | which she has fallen through sin. In the dignity of her being 79 2, 30 | brightness there would be no sin, for man, by his nature, 80 2, 30 | soul's good, causes him to sin. But, because the eye, on 81 2, 30 | is free, liberated from sin by the Blood of My Son, 82 2, 32 | because the earth, through sin, brought forth thorns. And 83 2, 33 | neighbor, and being, by sin, deprived of Me, he turns 84 2, 35 | from the vomit of mortal sin, but, if they do not arise 85 2, 35 | which law they who committed sin suffered the penalty of 86 2, 35 | this does not mean that sin is not punished, but that 87 2, 36 | punishment which follows her sin, climbs; and gathers together 88 2, 36 | only at the punishment of sin, but at the fruit of virtue, 89 2, 36 | and if, with hatred of sin, they employ their minds 90 2, 37 | for eternal life to fly sin from fear of punishment, 91 2, 37 | of one's own advantage. Sin should be abandoned because 92 2, 40 | did Peter, who, after the sin of denying My Son, began 93 2, 40 | from the guilt of mortal sin, recognizing it for what 94 2, 40 | was in the guilt of mortal sin, she had separated herself 95 3, 2 | contrition and displeasure of sin, and so she would arrive 96 3, 2 | self-knowledge or of contrition for sin, sometimes in the broadness 97 3, 3 | and pure conscience made sin where there was no sin, 98 3, 3 | made sin where there was no sin, that is, that through purity 99 3, 3 | purity of conscience, it saw sin where there was no sin. ~ 100 3, 3 | saw sin where there was no sin. ~ 101 3, 5 | and infirmity, to commit sin unless he wish to do so; 102 3, 5 | into the guilt of mortal sin, by which he loses the grace 103 3, 13 | belong to men who abandon sin from fear of punishment, 104 3, 13 | those who, having abandoned sin, are beginning to serve 105 3, 14 | penalty which follows the sin committed, while the eye 106 3, 16 | many and diverse kinds of sin, and if they should produce 107 3, 16 | done by a soul in mortal sin are of value for eternal 108 3, 16 | because the branches of mortal sin can turn no other way than 109 3, 16 | when they commit mortal sin. ~ 110 3, 18 | commit any, even the smallest sin, against his will, but that 111 3, 18 | not constrain you to any sin by its strivings, but supplies 112 3, 18 | not know the evil of her sin or its cause, and therefore 113 3, 20 | externally be open mortal sin, seeing nothing in others, 114 3, 23 | on your side, you may not sin through ignorance or negligence; 115 3, 24 | Sacrament in the guilt of mortal sin, will receive no grace therefrom, 116 3, 24 | is extinguished and her sin increased by her darkness. 117 3, 25 | stood there to consider your sin, fearing to have offended 118 3, 27 | in the darkness of mortal sin, or defile the face of their 119 3, 27 | fellow-creatures; for, if by sin they are cruel to themselves, 120 3, 28 | at all. A man in mortal sin is deprived of the life 121 3, 28 | misery and the reason of sin, that is to say, his own 122 3, 28 | darkness of their mortal sin and infidelity, by the example 123 3, 28 | disorder and darkness of sin, and in coldness, through 124 3, 28 | cauterizing the wound of sin with reproof and penance, 125 3, 28 | and so were not guilty of sin), for My gardeners corrected 126 3, 28 | from it, and without any sin, for they balanced exactly 127 3, 28 | the corruption of mortal sin, to apply to him the ointment 128 3, 28 | the putrefaction of mortal sin. But they act not so today, 129 3, 28 | in them is no darkness of sin, or of ignorance, because 130 3, 28 | and the leprosy of mortal sin, being strong they made 131 3, 28 | wounds of the guilt of mortal sin, which latter were perfectly 132 3, 29 | those who live miserably in sin, but not on that account 133 3, 30 | devils cannot reprove him of sin? Because during his life 134 3, 30 | phantasms, but the poison of sin not being in his soul, their 135 3, 30 | them is not the poison of sin. There is no servile fear 136 3, 31 | death, and recognizing his sin, his conscience unloaded 137 3, 31 | despair; for this final sin of despair is much more 138 3, 31 | this is the reason why this sin is more dangerous to them 139 3, 31 | despises My mercy, making his sin to be greater than mercy 140 3, 31 | if a man fall into this sin, he does not repent, and 141 3, 31 | See, therefore, that this sin alone leads him to hell, 142 3, 31 | Despair is that sin which is pardoned neither 143 3, 31 | has proceeded their every sin, they have not known it 144 3, 31 | into the guilt of mortal sin, and how even when you recited 145 3, 31 | the better he knows his sin, the greater his shame, 146 3, 31 | and by comparison with his sin he knows better the perfection 147 3, 31 | in the darkness of mortal sin. I do not give him this 148 3, 31 | only be caused to him by sin; but those who have passed 149 3, 31 | Christians for the same sin, on account of the ministry 150 3, 32 | consuming, and consume all sin and self-love found in the 151 3, 32 | race lay sick through the sin of Adam, You sent it a Physician, 152 3, 32 | world, being mirrors of sin when they ought to be mirrors 153 3, 32 | destroyed the stain of Adam's sin. The Blood is ours, for 154 3, 32 | of the putrid flowers of sin. You have said, Eternal 155 4, 2 | with the chain of mortal sin, you can walk? or that without 156 4, 2 | firm, you must leave mortal sin by a holy confession, contrition 157 4, 3 | from bad to worse, from sin to sin, from misery to misery, 158 4, 3 | bad to worse, from sin to sin, from misery to misery, 159 4, 3 | account of their long habit of sin. Therefore let no man trust 160 4, 5 | subjects under pain of mortal sin, and illuminated by Me the 161 4, 6 | particular, showing you the sin of the disobedient and the 162 4, 6 | conversation of those who live in sin to the good conversation 163 4, 6 | of the darkness of mortal sin. Thus the conversations 164 4, 10 | finite time can satisfy for a sin committed against Me, the 165 4, 10 | those who die in mortal sin without hope, of whom I


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