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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| the character of those who were responsible for their occurrence, 2 Intro, 0| to seek. The middle ages were a period fruitful in great 3 Intro, 0| fallen humanity. His prayers were of certain efficacy; the 4 Intro, 0| uniformities of experience were thought to be constantly 5 Intro, 0| needless to say that they were not revolutionaries -- had 6 Intro, 0| though of facts, as it were, visibly interpreted by 7 Intro, 0| Giacomo and Lapa Benincasa, were simple townspeople, prosperous, 8 Intro, 0| that his infantile sports were joyously shared by the Divine 9 Intro, 0| fears of an accident. Nor were these phenomena the only 10 Intro, 0| her conversation, and who were constantly inviting her 11 Intro, 0| accomplished, while they were on the way back from their 12 Intro, 0| s house to their own and were passing along a certain 13 Intro, 0| a papal tiara; with Him were the princes of the Apostles, 14 Intro, 0| road, where men and beasts were continually passing, and 15 Intro, 0| the States of the Church were governed by papal legates, 16 Intro, 0| treated the Pope badly, were furious when at last they 17 Intro, 0| though weak and compliant, were in their personal characters 18 Intro, 0| peninsula. Those elements were grave and numerous. The 19 Intro, 0| anxiety. Germs of heresy were fermenting north of the 20 Intro, 0| difficulties of the Pope were complicated by his temporal 21 Intro, 0| be gradually, and as it were unconsciously, effected. 22 Intro, 0| Love. Truth and Goodness were, she thought, means for 23 Intro, 0| Symbols of Catholic theology were to her the necessary and 24 Intro, 0| those writers whose names were preceded by the title of 25 1, 4 | you and others before you were in existence; and that, 26 1, 4 | covered his heart, as it were, with a diamond, which, 27 1, 5 | did not remark that you were really asking for love, 28 1, 7 | of him, that all virtues were founded; and, truly indeed 29 1, 7 | one virtue, to be as it were the chief of the others, 30 1, 8 | to you; and, if fortitude were not able to make that good 31 2, 1 | any fruit of life, if it were not planted in the virtue 32 2, 1 | on true humility, for, were this humility not in the 33 2, 2 | together? It is, as if a circle were drawn on the surface of 34 2, 2 | circle, for if the tree were out of the earth it would 35 2, 2 | confusion, if this knowledge were not contained in Me). Then 36 2, 3 | if you remember, when you were desirous of doing great 37 2, 3 | principal affection of the soul were placed in penance, I should 38 2, 3 | for, if one single sin were committed to save the whole 39 2, 3 | a thousand times, if it were possible, the life of her 40 2, 3 | shown you, that, if virtue were not visible and did not 41 2, 5 | vessels made of this stuff, were corrupted and not disposed 42 2, 5 | and your mother when you were generated by them. But this 43 2, 9 | Abyss of Charity, as if you were mad with love of Your creature, 44 2, 9 | remember, my Lord, that You were willing to show me who are 45 2, 10 | three steps, of which two were made with the wood of the 46 2, 11 | sincere virtues. These stones were not built into the walls 47 2, 11 | walk by the road of virtue were prevented from arriving 48 2, 11 | pass; but, after the stones were made, and built up on the 49 2, 11 | these stones of the virtues were built into a wall, upon 50 2, 14 | Then this soul, as it were, like one intoxicated, could 51 2, 14 | the whole world, by You were we created, in You were 52 2, 14 | were we created, in You were we re-created in the Blood 53 2, 15 | proceeds every evil. But if she were grateful for the benefits 54 2, 16 | you left your dignity? You were made sister to the angels, 55 2, 19 | pride, the works of My Son were slandered and unjustly judged, 56 2, 19 | death. This life and power were given you by the Word, My 57 2, 19 | your servitude when you were servants of the devil, Himself 58 2, 20 | Who were the others who followed 59 2, 20 | their souls. Thus, they were born in sin like you, and 60 2, 20 | your sails to winds which were contrary to your salvation, 61 2, 22 | such pain to them, that, were it possible, they would 62 2, 24 | go to his brothers, who were in the world, to tell them 63 2, 25 | to the soul, for, if this were so, it would follow that, 64 2, 26 | inordinate self-love, whence were born all their ills, will 65 2, 26 | faith. The Devil says, as it were, to them: 'Whosoever thirsts 66 2, 27 | the Devil (not that they were forced to do so, for as 67 2, 27 | imperfect, for, because they were imperfect, they constrained 68 2, 27 | or pleasure to themselves were to be obtained thereby. 69 2, 27 | did not see that the roots were united with the earth of 70 2, 29 | damnation, and many who were in the river and had begun 71 2, 30 | intellect, saying, as it were, 'I will love, because the 72 2, 30 | the affection, says, as it were, 'If you will love, I will 73 2, 32 | You were all invited, generally and 74 2, 33 | afraid because he is alone; were he accompanied he would 75 2, 33 | I said to you that two were not without three, nor three 76 2, 39 | Invisible, made Myself, as it were, visible by sending you 77 2, 40 | weep. Yet his lamentations were imperfect and remained so, 78 2, 41 | the doctrine of My Truth, were built up the stones, based 79 3, 2 | crucified, communicating, as it were, sacramentally, with the 80 3, 2 | visitation, that she feels, as it were, by conscience, rather than 81 3, 2 | course provided that it were not the Divine office which 82 3, 5 | and Immaculate Lamb, You were dead when Your side was 83 3, 5 | of Blood, speaking, as it were, under a figure, and this 84 3, 5 | is the pains of the Cross were finite, the fruit of them 85 3, 10 | Christ crucified. Wherefore were it possible for them to 86 3, 11 | doctors, and my saints. They were illuminated by My Truth 87 3, 11 | was, before the Scriptures were formed, wherefore, from 88 3, 11 | professors, virgins, and martyrs were all likewise illuminated 89 3, 11 | Testament; in the Old, by it, were seen by the eye of the intellect, 90 3, 11 | and proud men of science were blind notwithstanding this 91 3, 14 | counsels are observed, which were given you, as I have told 92 3, 15 | sense I said that there were tears of infinite value, 93 3, 16 | the flowers of this tree were putrid, and so in truth 94 3, 17 | spiritual self-love; for if it were so, I would humbly confine 95 3, 19 | will of man. But, if they were not thus clothed with My 96 3, 19 | she lies. Now, if the soul were not in this condition, but 97 3, 19 | not in this condition, but were truly humble and not presumptuous, 98 3, 20 | which he sees, than if he were to see all traveling by 99 3, 20 | beginning of your life, when you were thinking in what way you 100 3, 20 | arrive at perfect purity, and were praying to Me with a great 101 3, 20 | replied to you, while you were asleep, concerning this 102 3, 22 | the feelings of the body were alienated through the union 103 3, 24 | that this Body is, as it were, a Sun. Wherefore, you cannot 104 3, 24 | million particles (if it were possible) in each particle 105 3, 25 | its touch, nor its savor were taken away. This was shown 106 3, 28 | servile fear, because they were not thinking of themselves, 107 3, 28 | not even fear death. They were true gardeners who, with 108 3, 28 | holy Church (because they were not deprived of correction, 109 3, 28 | deprived of correction, and so were not guilty of sin), for 110 3, 28 | first burnt the wound. So, were the prelate, or any other 111 3, 28 | the same pastor. But if he were a physician, good and true 112 3, 28 | true to those souls, as were those glorious pastors of 113 3, 28 | the fire of reproof. And, were the member still to remain 114 3, 28 | They were cursed, and they blessed, 115 3, 28 | and good inspirations, so were these ministers angels, 116 3, 28 | these ministers angels, and were given by My goodness to 117 3, 28 | observed that which they were really bound to do, that 118 3, 28 | money at all, and there were some even who, for the sake 119 3, 28 | placed in My Providence, they were without servile fear that 120 3, 28 | I loved you before you were, and those My beloved ones 121 3, 28 | every fear, because they were not alone but were accompanied, 122 3, 28 | they were not alone but were accompanied, because being 123 3, 28 | enjoyment of love, they were in Me, and from Me they 124 3, 28 | you see that because they were not alone but were accompanied 125 3, 28 | they were not alone but were accompanied they feared 126 3, 28 | themselves infirm with those who were infirm, so that they might 127 3, 28 | who received it; and there were even those who actually 128 3, 28 | mortal sin, which latter were perfectly cured, the ointment 129 3, 30 | will, because if their will were in accordance with mine 130 3, 30 | warning him when enemies were coming to attack the city 131 3, 31 | considered to whom and how you were giving it, the Devil puts 132 3, 32 | Because You loved us before we were. Oh! Good! oh! Eternal Greatness! 133 4, 2 | the same instruments that were used by My Word. Oh! blinder 134 4, 3 | naturally and simply, as they were said to you by My Truth, 135 4, 5 | servants might be poor, they were never beggars. No more are 136 4, 5 | luminously appointed by those who were temples of the Holy Spirit. 137 4, 5 | very strict for those who were perfect, for the few and 138 4, 5 | the beginning its subjects were not as they are now, but 139 4, 5 | actually experience martyrdom, were martyrs in will like Dominic; 140 4, 5 | Dominic; great laborers were these sent by My Father 141 4, 5 | truth Dominic and Francis were two columns of the holy 142 4, 6 | of faith that all these were his enemies who would defile 143 4, 6 | spoke to the disciples, who were contending among themselves 144 4, 8 | you fly your cell as if it were a prison, for you have abandoned 145 4, 9 | the example of those who were standing idle and were sent 146 4, 9 | who were standing idle and were sent by the lord of the 147 4, 9 | prompt, and has become, as it were, so incarnate in them, that 148 4, 9 | holy scripture that many were placed in the fire, rather 149 4, 9 | obedience, and, at My command were not hurt by it. This was 150 4, 9 | sake of obedience. If you were lifted up in such contemplation 151 4, 9 | earth, and an obedience were imposed on you (speaking 152 4, 11 | is ineffable, as if You were mad with love for Your creature. 153 Lette, 0| you know that her prayers were so fervent that one hour 154 Lette, 0| These were her exercises up till the 155 Lette, 0| evidently was so; for, if I were to attempt to explain the 156 Lette, 0| made signs to those who were standing near that she desired 157 Lette, 0| did, while she lay as it were deprived of feeling. ~ 158 Lette, 0| her sons and daughters who were standing around in the affliction 159 Lette, 0| labors, especially where they were necessary. Did You not command 160 Lette, 0| placing our ears to her mouth, were able to catch one or two 161 Lette, 0| remained as flexible as if she were still alive. During those


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