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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| it deals. With facts as such, there can indeed be no 2 Intro, 0| formula, an abstraction such as "Capital" or the "Rights 3 Intro, 0| hardly have been caught in such meshes in the trecento. 4 Intro, 0| recurrent to the memory in such an environment: often indeed 5 Intro, 0| represents, long desisted from such minor matters. Its worldly 6 Intro, 0| evangelist John. Astounded at such a sight, Catherine stood 7 Intro, 0| upon whom she gazed with such love, forgetting not only 8 Intro, 0| turned her eyes to earth." Such was the "call" of St. Catherine 9 Intro, 0| vassal of the French crown. Such a decline in its position 10 Intro, 0| to apply to the situation such maxims as Ubi Petrus ibi 11 Intro, 0| dignity been sustained with such lofty enthusiasm, such sagacious 12 Intro, 0| with such lofty enthusiasm, such sagacious political insight. 13 Intro, 0| political ascendancy which such a man inevitably came to 14 Intro, 0| Rome held, by the right of such donations to his See, large 15 Intro, 0| Church, is not wanting in such instances. Savonarola set 16 Intro, 0| feuilletonistes of piety. Such works, brightly bound, are 17 Intro, 0| lofty eloquence, and also of such literary perfection that 18 Intro, 0| Catherine has no style as such; she introduces a metaphor 19 Intro, 0| sometimes in the same phrase. In such cases I have occasionally 20 1, 1 | does the creature receive such a taste of the truth, or 21 1, 2 | for God to provide against such great evils. And, since 22 1, 2 | since the soul seems, in such communion, sweetly to bind 23 1, 3 | neighbors commit against Me. Of such as these, inasmuch as they 24 1, 4 | which is sustained purely as such. And I say, that the guilt 25 1, 4 | and unworthy of reward, such souls endure the patient 26 1, 4 | of the Blood, which, with such sweetness, has restored 27 1, 4 | only of the guilt; because such complete satisfaction requires 28 1, 4 | his disordinate will. Let such as these receive the eternal 29 1, 4 | through the finite pain; and such as have this contrition 30 1, 6 | neighbor; whence, inasmuch as such a man does no good, it follows 31 1, 7 | is that virtues differ to such an extent in creatures. ~ 32 1, 7 | although I have given them in such a different way, that is 33 2, 3 | Me. And this is because such a work would not be alone, 34 2, 3 | any exterior corporal act, such works being finite, since 35 2, 3 | every actual operation, as such, was finite, and therefore 36 2, 3 | should love her neighbor with such devotion that she would 37 2, 3 | serious the fault is in such a case, the less fruit will 38 2, 3 | cannot take her virtues from such a soul, but all their persecutions 39 2, 4 | His charity, that, with such sweetness, He had deigned 40 2, 4 | the fire in that soul to such an extent that it was no 41 2, 4 | You for creating man in such dignity? The inestimable 42 2, 4 | and destined him to be such that he might taste and 43 2, 4 | help breaking when it sees such dignity as Yours descend 44 2, 4 | dignity as Yours descend to such lowliness as our humanity? 45 2, 5 | befouled his mind and body with such impurity and misery, and 46 2, 5 | wretched creature full of such ignorance could receive 47 2, 7 | disobedience of Adam, in such a way, that no one could 48 2, 9 | would not be inflamed by such great love? What heart can 49 2, 9 | heart can help breaking at such tenderness? It seems, oh, 50 2, 9 | What moves You to do us such mercy through pure love, 51 2, 11 | the sight of My creatures. Such as these follow a lie, walking 52 2, 12 | made for him, which causes such delight to those who use 53 2, 14 | I wish you to pray for such, in order that I may do 54 2, 15 | in itself is nothing, and such men have become the servants 55 2, 15 | know how this tree finds such roots? In the height of 56 2, 16 | become a brute beast. To such misery come sinners, notwithstanding 57 2, 16 | cannot endure the sight of such filthy actions. Neither 58 2, 17 | death they find no remedy. Such as these, with their meanness, 59 2, 18 | Thus are such as these unjust to themselves, 60 2, 22 | the vision of Me, which is such pain to them, that, were 61 2, 22 | toils borne for Me with such abundance of love, and displeasure 62 2, 22 | torments issue all others, such as cold and heat and gnashing 63 2, 23 | damned, His aspect will cause such torment and terror that 64 2, 23 | the damned, it will appear such, on account of their terrible 65 2, 25 | in the bond of love, in such a way that, time failing 66 2, 30 | discern and see nothing but such glittering objects. It is 67 2, 30 | for had worldly things no such brightness there would be 68 2, 36 | servile fear. And doing so, such souls will become faithful 69 2, 36 | render their debt to Me by such small degrees, and with 70 2, 36 | small degrees, and with such negligence and ignorance, 71 2, 37 | indeed, but not grace. At such a time these weak ones, 72 2, 37 | deprived of mental consolation. Such a soul acts imperfectly, 73 2, 37 | falls into many troubles. Such souls should arise and become 74 2, 38 | Blood, which He spilled with such fire of love. Now this charity 75 2, 39 | Father to you.' Both, because such a vision is impossible for 76 2, 41 | Wherefore I often permit such a love to exist, so that 77 3, 2 | think that the soul receives such ardor and nourishment from 78 3, 2 | rather words than love. Such as these give heed to nothing 79 3, 3 | against it, not allowing such evil emotions to get by 80 3, 7 | Sinners, such as those of whom I have 81 3, 10 | offense is the torture which such souls always have, and which, 82 3, 11 | in much science, because such a one can only offer what 83 3, 14 | from the love of Me; for such love, being disordinate 84 3, 14 | regarding the imperfections of such souls.) Wherefore, when 85 3, 14 | souls.) Wherefore, when such a soul is deprived of the 86 3, 14 | Then the soul arrives at such delight and tranquillity 87 3, 14 | in which the soul finds such union with Me), developed 88 3, 14 | humble soul should despise such things, not indeed in so 89 3, 14 | virtue within her soul. In such a case let her not remain 90 3, 16 | grace. Let not, however, such a soul abandon on this account 91 3, 16 | which obtains it. Often such a man is rewarded in temporal 92 3, 16 | Me, the Supreme Good; but such as these always judge badly, 93 3, 16 | they are founded on evil. Such critics as these cause hatreds, 94 3, 16 | This is the reason why such satiety cannot content them, 95 3, 18 | similitude, placing her in such dignity and beauty, I caused 96 3, 18 | is deprived of My grace. Such a one walks as if blind, 97 3, 19 | destruction of their own will. Such as these wish always to 98 3, 20 | precious Blood, shed with such fire of love, with such 99 3, 20 | such fire of love, with such hatred of your sins. It 100 3, 20 | purely through love alone. Such as these have lost themselves, 101 3, 20 | umbilical cord of fiery desire. Such a man rejoices in everything, 102 3, 20 | men of the world fall into such iniquities, for they are 103 3, 20 | perceiving, moreover, that such apparent sinners may frequently 104 3, 20 | of My will acting in him. Such contempt and scandal separates 105 3, 20 | dearest daughter, that such as these, who have learnt 106 3, 24 | whence you have arrived at such excellence, through the 107 3, 24 | with Me, the True Sun, in such a way that He cannot be 108 3, 27 | The angel himself has no such dignity, for I have given 109 3, 28 | holy ministers; and how such are like the sun. ~ 110 3, 28 | And, as if famished for such food, they feed upon My 111 3, 28 | ones not to be punished. In such as these are fulfilled the 112 3, 28 | fade away before them. With such fears as these, and a perverted 113 3, 28 | precious stones, and as such do they stand in My presence, 114 3, 29 | you to act with regard to such badly ordered priests, who 115 3, 30 | are ordained by My will. Such men as these wage war with 116 3, 30 | The world cannot accuse such a man, because he saw through 117 3, 30 | the same thing. What joy such a soul receives who sees 118 3, 30 | himself unworthy of receiving such grace. ~ 119 3, 30 | Oh, dearest daughter! to such as these the vision of the 120 3, 31 | you have held and used in such guilty darkness the substance 121 3, 31 | they would not come to such misery, but would be that 122 4, 2 | him. This obedience is of such excellence that you all 123 4, 2 | delight in the praise of men. Such as these are apt to lose 124 4, 2 | soul in whom she dwells. Such a one feels no hatred when 125 4, 3 | life, he should not put such trust in this hope as to 126 4, 3 | reason of all this, and of such blindness that prevents 127 4, 3 | faith, walk no longer in such darkness or cold, but observe 128 4, 4 | Of those who have such love for obedience that 129 4, 4 | in deed and in thought. Such as these wish to bind themselves 130 4, 5 | faith without any fear, to such an extent that he not only 131 4, 6 | disobedience of those who travel in such a ship, speaking of all 132 4, 6 | panel of the door of Heaven. Such as these have undertaken 133 4, 6 | narrow door, and that in such a state he would die before 134 4, 6 | ones to come to Me, for of such is the kingdom of heaven 135 4, 8 | passion for disobedience. Such a man thinks like a fool 136 4, 8 | order, and of his superior. Such a one is indeed in the ship 137 4, 8 | body but not on his heart. Such a one is no friar, but a 138 4, 8 | may make to you, but in such a case you immediately bring 139 4, 9 | these latter labor with such fire of love, seeing the 140 4, 9 | fulfilled his obedience in such virtue of faith that the 141 4, 9 | If you were lifted up in such contemplation and union 142 4, 10 | how displeasing to me is such diminution of reverence; 143 4, 11 | and give You thanks for such immeasurable gifts and benefits 144 Lette, 0| but little fitted to give such a narration, I will write 145 Lette, 0| infirmity, to give herself with such application of mind to prayer 146 Lette, 0| arose from the earth in such a state that any one who 147 Lette, 0| the crown of her head, to such an extent that she would 148 Lette, 0| eternal Spouse, for granting such graces afresh every day 149 Lette, 0| that time it was reduced to such a state that it seemed like 150 Lette, 0| became gradually reduced to such a state that we could observe 151 Lette, 0| became serene and joyous, in such a manner that I could not 152 Lette, 0| innumerable gifts, the graces of such sweet torments and labors 153 Lette, 0| the Father, praying with such affection, that, at hearing


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