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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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herself

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1 Intro, 0| was a little older than herself, to the house of their sister 2 Intro, 0| that Catherine, beside herself, and transformed into Him 3 Intro, 0| road she was on, but also herself, although naturally a timid 4 Intro, 0| began with tears to reproach herself for having turned her eyes 5 Intro, 0| according to Catherine herself, too often one of the deepest 6 Intro, 0| also the fact that Rome herself had produced not a few popes 7 1, 1 | her neighbors, exercising herself in humble prayer, after 8 1, 1 | souls, begins by exercising herself, for a certain space of 9 1, 1 | to follow and to clothe herself with the truth. But, in 10 1, 1 | founded on knowledge of herself and of God; because prayer, 11 1, 1 | indeed, that the soul unites herself with God by the affection 12 1, 1 | lifting her desires first for herself -- for she considered that 13 1, 1 | she did not first profit herself, that is, if she did not 14 1, 1 | did not acquire virtue in herself -- addressed four requests 15 1, 1 | Father. The first was for herself; the second for the reformation 16 1, 2 | communion, sweetly to bind herself fast within herself and 17 1, 2 | bind herself fast within herself and with God, and knows 18 1, 2 | with a great knowledge of herself, being ashamed of her own 19 1, 2 | imperfection, appearing to herself to be the cause of all the 20 1, 2 | and displeasure against herself, and a feeling of holy justice, 21 1, 3 | desire that she made of herself, saying: "Do you not know, 22 1, 4 | through which, she deems herself worthy of pains and unworthy 23 1, 4 | Then the soul will inflame herself in this knowledge of Me 24 1, 7 | Wherefore, when the soul knows herself, as we have said above, 25 1, 7 | earnestness, she discovers in herself the bounty of My goodness, 26 1, 7 | which she considers again in herself. She attributes to Me, through 27 1, 7 | which she has obtained of herself, knowing that, by My grace, 28 1, 7 | say, without the medium of herself or of any advantage accruing 29 1, 7 | any advantage accruing to herself, and with the medium of 30 1, 7 | truth she has conceived in herself, but, loving Me in truth, 31 1, 7 | of which, she truly loves herself, extending her desire for 32 1, 7 | as she has done good to herself by the conception of virtue, 33 1, 7 | virtue; the soul disposing herself, for her chief conversation, 34 1, 7 | virtue, the soul draws to herself all the other virtues, which, 35 2, 1 | love, with a holy hatred of herself, accompanied by true humility 36 2, 1 | the light of knowledge of herself and of My goodness, with 37 2, 1 | the soul should have of herself and of Me, and in this knowledge 38 2, 1 | from Me; and rendering to herself that which she sees herself 39 2, 1 | herself that which she sees herself to have merited, knowing 40 2, 1 | she does not even exist of herself, and attributing to Me, 41 2, 1 | attributing to Me, and not to herself, her being, which she knows 42 2, 1 | And she seems to herself to be ungrateful for so 43 2, 1 | received, and so seems to herself worthy of suffering; wherefore 44 2, 1 | odious and displeasing to herself through her guilt. And this 45 2, 1 | Me, and attributes it to herself, through vainglory, and 46 2, 2 | the soul should conform herself to this parable. ~ 47 2, 3 | as I have said, not doing herself the injury of sin in order 48 2, 3 | because she carries with herself the light of holy discretion, 49 2, 4 | which the soul obtains of herself, she knows more of God, 50 2, 4 | knowing the goodness of God in herself, the sweet mirror of God, 51 2, 4 | eye of the intellect at herself in the sweet mirror of God, 52 2, 4 | found in the knowledge of herself and of God, and her hunger 53 2, 5 | receive and increase in herself grace, more or less, according 54 2, 5 | it pleases her to dispose herself willingly with affection, 55 2, 5 | same way, she can dispose herself to evil as to good, in spite 56 2, 10 | filled with love, seeing herself so much loved. Having passed 57 2, 10 | the earth, the soul strips herself of vice; on the second she 58 2, 10 | on the second she fills herself with love and virtue; and 59 2, 14 | intoxicated, could not contain herself, but standing before the 60 2, 15 | For the soul cannot defend herself against her enemies, nor 61 2, 15 | against her enemies, nor help herself through her own power, but 62 2, 15 | and knowing Me would know herself, and so would remain in 63 2, 17 | love. Now she has separated herself from Me, like an adulteress, 64 2, 17 | like an adulteress, loving herself, and creatures more than 65 2, 17 | Me, and has made a god of herself, persecuting Me with many 66 2, 21 | the Blood, and bewailing herself more on account of her first 67 2, 25 | abundance, and will re-clothe herself on the Last Day of Judgment, 68 2, 25 | soul being satisfied in herself, and, as I have told you, 69 2, 30 | exercises perfection in herself, as I will tell you below. 70 2, 33 | and of the neighbor, finds herself accompanied by Me, who am 71 2, 37 | this is because the soul herself is at first imperfect, from 72 2, 37 | that takes no thought for herself, or, at least, in the moment 73 2, 37 | serving Me, irrespectively of herself. It was with this imperfect 74 2, 38 | as I see need in the soul herself and in other creatures. 75 2, 40 | mortal sin, she had separated herself from Me, and I deprived 76 2, 40 | of desire. When she knows herself and her darkness, she opens 77 2, 40 | time of trouble, deeming herself unworthy of peace and quietness 78 2, 40 | the knowledge of Me and of herself, she continues to pray with 79 2, 40 | defects, so that, feeling herself deprived of consolation 80 2, 40 | self-knowledge, to rise above herself, mounting the throne of 81 2, 41 | may be thus led to enclose herself in the house of self-knowledge, 82 3, 1 | Why does she thus shut herself in? She does so from fear, 83 3, 1 | which the soul can defend herself from every adversary, if 84 3, 2 | holy desire and satisfies herself, becoming full of love for 85 3, 2 | recognize My goodness in herself and continue her exercises 86 3, 2 | season the knowledge of herself with the knowledge of My 87 3, 2 | loosen her affection from herself, and fasten it in Me with 88 3, 2 | desire, the soul raising herself to Me, with knowledge of 89 3, 2 | to Me, with knowledge of herself and of My mercy, seasoned 90 3, 2 | soul should therefore spur herself on with prayer, and when 91 3, 3 | which the soul separates herself from imperfect love, and 92 3, 3 | ways how the soul raises herself from imperfection and attains 93 3, 3 | of perseverance, barring herself into the House of Self-Knowledge, 94 3, 3 | hatred corrects and reproves herself, not only for those things 95 3, 3 | humble because she will know herself in humble and continual 96 3, 10 | How the soul who finds herself in the unitive state desires 97 3, 10 | earthly state and unite herself to GOD. ~ 98 3, 10 | glory to Me, and finding herself, amid the conversation of 99 3, 12 | servants of God as well as herself) in order that He should 100 3, 12 | of tears, she rose out of herself, exceeding every limit of 101 3, 14 | But the soul, exercising herself in virtue, begins to lose 102 3, 14 | proceeds, with love, to know herself and My goodness in her, 103 3, 14 | compassionate sorrow, pitying herself with the spiritual compassion 104 3, 14 | growing, and exercising herself in the light of self-knowledge, 105 3, 14 | conceives displeasure at herself and finally perfect self-hatred. 106 3, 14 | and she begins to unite herself to Me, and to conform her 107 3, 14 | joy and compassion. Joy in herself through the affection of 108 3, 14 | any penalty or loss due to herself; for she does not think 109 3, 14 | for she does not think of herself, but only of rendering glory 110 3, 14 | Holy Cross, thus conforming herself to the humble, patient, 111 3, 14 | the union which she feels herself to have with Me, tasting 112 3, 14 | feel the fire of My love in herself, because love of her neighbor 113 3, 14 | soul obtained by knowing herself and My goodness in her. 114 3, 14 | When, therefore, she sees herself to be ineffably loved by 115 3, 14 | love with which she sees herself to be loved. And, for this 116 3, 14 | neighbor ineffably, and so, herself, loves the object which 117 3, 14 | love with which she feels herself to be loved by Me, and therefore 118 3, 14 | consolation, considering herself unworthy of peace and quiet 119 3, 15 | loves the less she seems to herself to love. Thus is holy desire, 120 3, 18 | soul obeyed and rose out of herself, in order to learn the true 121 3, 18 | displeasure, she rises against herself. This law has also been 122 3, 19 | tedious and insupportable to herself; thus injuring her own perfection; 123 3, 20 | having known My Will, clothes herself with it, and fixes her attention 124 3, 20 | desire; she does not see herself in herself, seeking her 125 3, 20 | does not see herself in herself, seeking her own consolation 126 3, 20 | without any medium, unites herself directly to Me, participates 127 3, 21 | that is to say, nourishes herself with love of her neighbor, 128 3, 21 | prevent her feeling pain in herself, or in others. In herself, 129 3, 21 | herself, or in others. In herself, through the offense done 130 3, 22 | thanks to God, humiliates herself; then she prays for the 131 3, 22 | inebriated, seemed beside herself, as if the feelings of the 132 3, 25 | love, as if to certify to herself that which she has seen 133 3, 30 | jewels of virtue, reproves herself, seeming to herself to have 134 3, 30 | reproves herself, seeming to herself to have used her time but 135 3, 30 | the soul recollected in herself, is caused by it to throw 136 3, 30 | is caused by it to throw herself before the Blood of the 137 3, 30 | a soul receives who sees herself so sweetly arrived at this 138 3, 32 | great bitterness, turned herself to the Supreme and Eternal 139 4, 1 | insult, desire to displease herself, and to please Me. Where 140 4, 5 | truth virtuously exercising herself, as has been said, in this 141 4, 5 | Master of the ship. The ship herself is so delightful that your 142 4, 5 | attains it by exercising herself in the virtue of obedience; 143 4, 6 | causes the soul to hold herself vile, and not to desire 144 4, 6 | the soul has cut off from herself that which kept her in bitterness 145 4, 9 | obedience of the Word, losing herself and her own opinions and 146 Lette, 0| difficulty that she could force herself to take any, and, when she 147 Lette, 0| of her infirmity, to give herself with such application of 148 Lette, 0| distant, where she would place herself in prayer, so remaining 149 Lette, 0| that she could not move herself, even a little, from one 150 Lette, 0| sea, she was restored to herself, which circumstance greatly 151 Lette, 0| she prayed, she accused herself in general of all her sins 152 Lette, 0| did that pure dove accuse herself, rather, as I think, for 153 Lette, 0| finally to me, and then turned herself straightway to prayer. ~ 154 Lette, 0| the mother, recommending herself to her blessed child, and


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