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160 grace
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154 herself
153 good
153 such
St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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    Chapter, Paragraph
1 1, 1 | example, or prayer, to her neighbor, if she did not first profit 2 1, 2 | the sufferings which my neighbor must endure, I implore You, 3 1, 6 | obtained by means of our neighbor. ~ 4 1, 6 | obtained by means of your neighbor, and likewise, every defect; 5 1, 6 | Me, does an injury to his neighbor, and to himself, who is 6 1, 6 | himself, who is his own chief neighbor, and this injury is both 7 1, 6 | are obliged to love your neighbor as yourself, and loving 8 1, 6 | himself grace, and injures his neighbor, by depriving him of the 9 1, 6 | is done by means of his neighbor, for, if he do not love 10 1, 6 | cannot be in charity with his neighbor; and thus, all evils derive 11 1, 6 | deprivation of love of Me and her neighbor; whence, inasmuch as such 12 1, 6 | himself, and then to his neighbor, not against Me, for no 13 1, 6 | this he cannot do to his neighbor. Him he injures in not paying 14 1, 6 | other respect in which your neighbor may be seen to be in need; 15 1, 6 | has no love towards his neighbor; and, by not doing it, he 16 1, 6 | have towards Me, and his neighbor, as has been said. And, 17 1, 6 | after another against his neighbor, according to the diverse 18 1, 6 | prevents a man from helping his neighbor, but causes him to seize 19 1, 6 | cheating and fraud, his neighbor being forced to redeem, 20 1, 6 | benevolence towards his neighbor! ~ 21 1, 6 | against the person of his neighbor, by which he becomes a brute 22 1, 6 | forth evils? Against the neighbor, through love of one's own 23 1, 6 | whence comes hatred of the neighbor, reputing one's self to 24 1, 6 | always produced against the neighbor, and through his medium; 25 1, 6 | is when you deprive your neighbor of that which you ought 26 1, 6 | through the medium of the neighbor." ~ 27 1, 7 | accomplished by means of our neighbor, and how it is that virtues 28 1, 7 | accomplished by means of your neighbor, through the principles 29 1, 7 | and affection towards the neighbor, is the principle and foundation 30 1, 7 | you, that it was in the neighbor, that is to say in the love 31 1, 7 | delivered of fruit for her neighbor, because, in no other way, 32 1, 7 | same truth she serves her neighbor. ~ 33 1, 7 | because love of Me and of her neighbor are one and the same thing, 34 1, 7 | loves Me, she loves her neighbor, because love towards him 35 1, 7 | you should do it to your neighbor. This proves that you possess 36 1, 7 | producing much fruit for your neighbor and making prayers to Me, 37 1, 7 | eye on the needs of her neighbor in particular. Wherefore, 38 1, 7 | indeed all give to their neighbor, the edification of a holy 39 1, 7 | forth in the love of the neighbor; but, although I have given 40 1, 7 | completed the love of the neighbor, and the law observed. For 41 1, 8 | how a man may serve his neighbor, and manifest, by that service, 42 1, 8 | proves his patience on his neighbor, when he receives injuries 43 1, 8 | all their virtues on their neighbor, just as perverse men all 44 1, 8 | the love he feels for his neighbor. For, he sees that the infidel 45 1, 8 | faith in himself and in his neighbor, and so, justice is not 46 1, 8 | itself externally upon the neighbor, as I have said to you; 47 2, 1 | everything in Me and in her neighbor is cause of scandal to her. 48 2, 1 | proceed to render to their neighbor their principal debt of 49 2, 1 | everything that he does to his neighbor is done discreetly and lovingly, 50 2, 2 | grace and of utility to her neighbor, according to the zeal of 51 2, 3 | Me; but her love for her neighbor, on the contrary, is ordered 52 2, 3 | have told you) gives to the neighbor a conditioned love, one 53 2, 3 | that she should love her neighbor with such devotion that 54 2, 3 | and torments so that her neighbor may have the life of grace, 55 2, 3 | without measure, but her neighbor with measure, with a restricted 56 2, 3 | and then are proved on her neighbor, and bring forth their fruit 57 2, 3 | fruit except by means of the neighbor, even as a woman, who has 58 2, 3 | virtue, in the love of her neighbor, showing her child to him 59 2, 3 | committed by means of the neighbor." ~ 60 2, 5 | cruel to himself and his neighbor. He has used cruelty to 61 2, 6 | both of Myself and of their neighbor, with true and genuine virtue, 62 2, 17 | generosity, selling time to their neighbor. They are cruel usurers, 63 2, 17 | usurers, and robbers of their neighbor; because in their memory 64 2, 17 | to themselves or to their neighbor; on the contrary, they would 65 2, 17 | practicing the virtues on their neighbor and succoring him charitably. 66 2, 17 | desire to be greater than his neighbor. It also brings forth the 67 2, 18 | God, and against their neighbor, and against themselves -- 68 2, 18 | themselves, to Me, and to their neighbor, unjustly selling the flesh 69 2, 24 | cannot do any good to their neighbor, and they blaspheme Me, 70 2, 25 | in love of Me and of the neighbor, united together with the 71 2, 25 | themselves and in their neighbor; and, in the life everlasting, 72 2, 25 | ended in the love of the neighbor, they have not left it behind, 73 2, 25 | good-will towards their neighbor. So you see then, that the 74 2, 26 | should have done for their neighbor, as is contained in the 75 2, 26 | their cruelty towards their neighbor, for their pride and self-love, 76 2, 26 | envy; and the hater of his neighbor with hatred. And inordinate 77 2, 33 | grace and the love of his neighbor, and being, by sin, deprived 78 2, 33 | above everything, and your neighbor as yourself, which two are 79 2, 33 | My love and that of his neighbor, suddenly finds himself 80 2, 33 | is love of Me and of the neighbor, finds herself accompanied 81 2, 33 | salvation and that of his neighbor, without which thirst he 82 2, 37 | of their love for their neighbor, which grows weak by degrees, 83 2, 37 | relaxing their love for their neighbor. Thus, those in the first 84 2, 37 | render service to their neighbor, and withdrawing their charity 85 2, 37 | for they gave to their neighbor the same imperfect love 86 2, 38 | on the pure love of her neighbor." ~ 87 2, 41 | imperfect lover of GOD loves his neighbor also imperfectly, and of 88 2, 41 | manifested by means of the neighbor. And simple souls, who often 89 2, 41 | of their love for their neighbor equally sincerely. If a 90 2, 41 | full. So the love of the neighbor, whether spiritual or temporal, 91 2, 41 | that you may love your neighbor of free grace, without expecting 92 2, 41 | that you must love your neighbor. Do you know how the imperfection 93 3, 2 | love for Me and for her neighbor. Where can this be acquired? 94 3, 2 | for the salvation of the neighbor, if the soul see him to 95 3, 2 | towards the salvation of his neighbor, is virtually a prayer, 96 3, 2 | performed in oneself or in one's neighbor, with good-will, is prayer. 97 3, 2 | will only love Me and her neighbor in proportion to the pleasure 98 3, 4 | forth the virtues on her neighbor. Not that by coming out 99 3, 4 | that, in the time of the neighbor's necessity she loses that 100 3, 4 | Me, without love of the neighbor, nor love of the neighbor 101 3, 4 | neighbor, nor love of the neighbor without love of Me." ~ 102 3, 8 | clothed in the love of the neighbor, they pass through the Narrow 103 3, 13 | the perfect love of their neighbor, loving Me without any regard 104 3, 14 | and compassion for her neighbor, as I told you in speaking 105 3, 14 | love for Me and for her neighbor, grieving solely for My 106 3, 14 | solely for My offense and her neighbor's loss, and not for any 107 3, 14 | self-knowledge, gained in love of the neighbor, in which exercise the soul 108 3, 14 | the offenses caused to her neighbor, weeping with those who 109 3, 14 | continually love to one's neighbor, together with true knowledge 110 3, 14 | herself, because love of her neighbor is developed out of love 111 3, 14 | expands to the love of her neighbor, because she sees that I 112 3, 14 | she sees that I love that neighbor ineffably, and so, herself, 113 3, 14 | have given her, namely, her neighbor, who is the medium through 114 3, 14 | virtues by means of your neighbor, I having given you all 115 3, 14 | rational creature, loving your neighbor without being loved by him 116 3, 14 | above everything, and your neighbor as yourselves. ~ 117 3, 14 | fulfilling that of your neighbor, for these two laws are 118 3, 15 | yearn for Me or love her neighbor, for love has entered into 119 3, 15 | love towards Me and her neighbor, having further possessed 120 3, 16 | unkindness towards their neighbor. So if a man be a thief, 121 3, 16 | directed against a man's neighbor, from which often come many 122 3, 16 | for the salvation of the neighbor. These are the stained leaves 123 3, 17 | that I may serve You and my neighbor in truth, and not fall into 124 3, 20 | means to avoid judging our neighbor is spoken of. ~ 125 3, 20 | her own delight, nor her neighbor for her own profit, but 126 3, 20 | compassion of this injured neighbor, and without murmuring against 127 3, 20 | either in Me or in your neighbor. Otherwise you fall into 128 3, 20 | fall into contempt of your neighbor, if you judge his evil will 129 3, 20 | has conceived against his neighbor. ~ 130 3, 20 | always in the love of her neighbor, she remains always in Mine, 131 3, 21 | herself with love of her neighbor, which causes her hunger 132 3, 21 | desire, for the love of the neighbor is a food which never satiates 133 3, 21 | earnest of My love, and of her neighbor's, is not yet perfect, but 134 3, 21 | others by the offense of her neighbor. She has indeed, in a sense, 135 3, 21 | through compassion for their neighbor, and because they afflict 136 3, 22 | passing judgment on their neighbor, or causing him any scandal 137 3, 22 | to the edification of the neighbor. I now know for certain, 138 3, 27 | should love Me and their neighbor, helping him by the ministration 139 3, 28 | love of Me and of their neighbor. With humility they trampled 140 3, 28 | anointed the wounds of their neighbor, that is the wounds of the 141 3, 30 | remaining in charity with his neighbor, to them is given the office 142 3, 30 | preachers of the faith to their neighbor. This faith they have incarnated 143 3, 30 | of their words to their neighbor. This heart then arises 144 3, 30 | on fire with love for the neighbor, having passed through the 145 4, 2 | above everything, and your neighbor as yourself, and the commandments 146 4, 2 | is faithful to Me and his neighbor, for he loves Me and My 147 4, 2 | every labor, and even his neighbor's detraction of him. This 148 4, 2 | dwelling in the love of your neighbor, being anointed with true 149 4, 2 | fruit for yourself and your neighbor. You are even cheerful, 150 4, 3 | you do to Me and to your neighbor with those done to you, 151 4, 3 | above everything, and your neighbor as yourself. No gloss has 152 4, 3 | have been said, if your neighbor injures you do not love 153 4, 7 | serve, or act towards her neighbor with dissembling and ambition, 154 4, 9 | obedience; if he serve his neighbor, it is obedience that he 155 4, 11 | charity, and the love of my neighbor. What has constrained me? 156 Lette, 0| myself in labors for my neighbor, while I, on the contrary,


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