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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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    Chapter, Paragraph
1 Intro, 0| temporal preoccupations. For good or ill, it had come to be 2 1, 3 | Me, who am the Infinite Good, calls for an infinite satisfaction? 3 1, 4 | give them this love for the good of souls and grief for their 4 1, 4 | Me, who am the Infinite Good, in greater or less degree, 5 1, 6 | inasmuch as such a man does no good, it follows that he must 6 1, 6 | doctrine, and the example of good works, and in every other 7 1, 6 | only by not doing him the good that he might do him, but 8 1, 7 | inasmuch as she has done good to herself by the conception 9 1, 7 | another with the example of a good life, and this indeed all 10 1, 8 | benignity on the irascible. Good men produce and prove all 11 1, 8 | proved in those who render good for evil, but, that many 12 1, 8 | but, that many times a good man gives back fiery coals 13 1, 8 | were not able to make that good proof of itself, being tested 14 2, 3 | life to all the virtues and good works, should increase infinitely, 15 2, 3 | Me, who am the Infinite Good. The more serious the fault 16 2, 4 | taste and enjoy Your Eternal Good. I see therefore that through 17 2, 5 | Me, who am the Infinite Good. Wishing, however, to restore 18 2, 5 | and to dispose him to that good for which I had created 19 2, 5 | dispose herself to evil as to good, in spite of her having 20 2, 5 | will, make choice either of good or evil, according as it 21 2, 7 | not participate in that Good for which I had created 22 2, 9 | not increase through our good, for You are unchangeable, 23 2, 12 | deserves. Wherefore every good deed is rewarded, and every 24 2, 12 | and participates in that good which has been prepared 25 2, 12 | who despises so great a good, and chooses rather to receive 26 2, 12 | the Supreme and Eternal Good. Truly then have you reason 27 2, 13 | judge the world, to render good to the virtuous, and reward 28 2, 17 | out of his own or others' good. How will these wicked ones 29 2, 19 | having spoiled their taste, good things seem evil to them, 30 2, 19 | disorderly living, seem good to them. Oh, how blind is 31 2, 21 | who am Supreme and Eternal Good, still she can find mercy. 32 2, 24 | damned cannot desire any good. ~ 33 2, 24 | cannot will or desire any good, but they continually blaspheme 34 2, 24 | know why they cannot desire good? Because the life of man 35 2, 24 | love and could not desire good, either for My honor or 36 2, 24 | damned souls cannot do any good to their neighbor, and they 37 2, 25 | vision, participating in that good that I have in Myself, everyone 38 2, 25 | participating in each other's good with the affection of love, 39 2, 25 | love, besides the universal good that they enjoy altogether. 40 2, 25 | being added to the universal good, and I would not that you 41 2, 25 | they have this particular good, of which I have told you, 42 2, 25 | all participate in the good of that soul, and the soul 43 2, 25 | soul, and the soul in their good. Not that her vessel or 44 2, 25 | they exult in Me in the good of that soul, which good 45 2, 25 | good of that soul, which good she has received through 46 2, 25 | your tongue to tell of the good of the Blessed. Oh, how 47 2, 25 | seeing Me, who am every good! Oh, how much delight they 48 2, 25 | Not that they can work any good, but they rejoice and delight 49 2, 25 | rejoice and delight in that good which they have brought 50 2, 26 | instrument of the soul -- to do good and evil according as the 51 2, 26 | free-will pleased. Every work, good or bad, is done by means 52 2, 26 | daughter, glory and infinite good are rendered to My elect 53 2, 27 | of death comes, see the good which I have prepared for 54 2, 27 | the Supreme and Eternal Good. And so they taste eternal 55 2, 27 | under pretense of some good: and, how those are deceived 56 2, 27 | pleasure, under the pretense of good, because in no other way 57 2, 27 | caught if they saw that no good or pleasure to themselves 58 2, 27 | nature, always relishes good, though it is true that 59 2, 27 | and discern what is true good, and of profit to the soul 60 2, 27 | appearance of some benefit or good; and he gives to everyone 61 2, 28 | know what is the special good of the blessed ones? It 62 2, 28 | Me, Supreme and Eternal Good, and, in tasting Me, she 63 2, 28 | to Me, who am the Supreme Good, and who cannot desire other 64 2, 28 | cannot desire other than good, for which I permit these 65 2, 28 | the light of faith, that good must be rewarded and evil 66 2, 28 | against Me, who am Infinite Good, wherefore they deem themselves 67 2, 28 | are rewarded with infinite good. Hereafter they know that 68 2, 28 | affection of love. It is a good truth then that these do 69 2, 30 | cannot desire anything but good, and vice, appearing to 70 2, 30 | under color of the soul's good, causes him to sin. But, 71 2, 30 | truth, it errs, seeking good and delights there where 72 2, 30 | the other, as I told you, good or evil, according to the 73 2, 33 | full of Me, who am every good. ~ 74 2, 35 | offending Me, who am Supreme Good. So that the imperfect law 75 2, 37 | sanctification, which is the good and the end for which I 76 2, 37 | I wish nothing but their good, through the Blood of My 77 2, 37 | Peter loved the sweet and good Jesus, My only-begotten 78 2, 37 | holy prayer and their other good works, but go on, with perseverance, 79 3, 2 | than the broadness of My good mercy, if the soul will 80 3, 2 | prayer, in this sense that a good and holy will disposes itself 81 3, 3 | towards Me, when, for her good, I withdraw delight from 82 3, 8 | perfection, satisfied by every good." ~ 83 3, 9 | had seen and tasted this good, when I drew him up into 84 3, 16 | they should produce some good fruit among their actions, 85 3, 16 | foulness of its root, for no good actions done by a soul in 86 3, 16 | abandon on this account its good works, forevery good deed 87 3, 16 | its good works, forevery good deed is rewarded, and every 88 3, 16 | every evil deed punished. A good action performed out of 89 3, 16 | should never stop doing good. ~ 90 3, 16 | founded on Me, the Supreme Good; but such as these always 91 3, 18 | similarly if the soul know not good, and the reason of good, 92 3, 18 | good, and the reason of good, that is to say virtue, 93 3, 18 | Me, who am the Essential Good, or virtue, which I have 94 3, 18 | grace, and Myself the True Good. See then how necessary 95 3, 19 | table of penance, and are good and perfect, if their penance 96 3, 20 | wishes naught else but your good, and gives and permits these 97 3, 20 | not only in the case of good, but even when he sees something 98 3, 20 | sinners may frequently have a good intention, for no one can 99 3, 20 | wishes nothing else but your good; so that everything which 100 3, 22 | You, Supreme and Eternal Good, that, in the manifesting 101 3, 22 | Church, and comfort her with good and holy pastors. I ask 102 3, 28 | salvation of souls, like good shepherds, followers of 103 3, 28 | shepherds, followers of the Good Shepherd, My Truth, whom 104 3, 28 | if he were a physician, good and true to those souls, 105 3, 28 | ministers to you holy and good inspirations, so were these 106 3, 28 | in their hearts holy and good thoughts, and offering up 107 3, 28 | way of truth, giving you good inspirations, with prayers 108 3, 28 | excellency they never rested like good shepherds from putting the 109 3, 28 | nourishment, preserving the good and rejoicing in their virtues, 110 3, 28 | zeal for souls and for the good of the holy Church and the 111 3, 29 | priests, whether they are good or bad. ~ 112 3, 29 | sample of the excellence of good priests (for what I have 113 3, 29 | This dignity belongs to good and bad alike -- all have 114 3, 29 | inspire your hearts with good thoughts by their holy prayers, 115 3, 29 | and inspiring you with good and holy thoughts as does 116 3, 30 | life his conscience kept a good guard, warning him when 117 3, 30 | the Infinite and Eternal Good, whom she hopes to obtain 118 3, 30 | with the example of their good and holy life and by the 119 3, 30 | His conscience gives good testimony of him to Me, 120 3, 30 | followed the doctrine of the Good Shepherd, sweet Christ Jesus, 121 3, 31 | see only too clearly the good which follows the virtue 122 3, 31 | those of others, just as good men are placed in a higher 123 3, 32 | Oh! Supreme and Eternal Good, who has moved You, Infinite 124 3, 32 | are He who is Supremely Good, and nevertheless You gave 125 3, 32 | loved us before we were. Oh! Good! oh! Eternal Greatness! 126 3, 32 | the Supreme and Eternal Good, and that we are they who 127 3, 32 | Your lambs. You are the Good Shepherd who, to fulfill 128 3, 32 | the fragrant flowers of good and holy pastors, who by 129 4, 1 | perfect, the other is also good and perfect; for no one 130 4, 3 | there they possess every good without any evil, safety 131 4, 3 | darkness, one supreme infinite good, shared by all those who 132 4, 5 | perfect, for the few and the good, not for the majority. I 133 4, 6 | those who live in sin to the good conversation of My servants. 134 4, 6 | causing him to leave the good customs and traditions of 135 4, 6 | would like to give them the good which he possesses, seeing 136 4, 6 | a truly obedient man are good and perfect, whether they 137 4, 8 | with his arms, than the good religious in the ship, or 138 4, 8 | which was done for your good, and thus taking scandal, 139 4, 8 | him of every sweetness and good, causing him to dwell with 140 4, 9 | could it possibly do any good, but, without inquiring 141 4, 9 | and rest, the inestimable good which no one can value or 142 4, 9 | for, being the infinite good, it cannot be understood 143 4, 9 | rejoice, and this joy, the good which I have in Myself, 144 4, 10 | against Me, the Infinite Good, unless it is united with 145 4, 10 | circumstance of your life for your good, in order that you may be 146 4, 11 | clemency, Your infinite good, have overlooked these infinite 147 4, 11 | the Supreme and Infinite Good, Good Blessed and Incomprehensible, 148 4, 11 | Supreme and Infinite Good, Good Blessed and Incomprehensible, 149 4, 11 | Blessed and Incomprehensible, Good Inestimable. Beauty above 150 4, 11 | I may be the mirror of a good and holy life, and arise 151 Lette, 0| however, she remained in very good health, robust and fresh 152 Lette, 0| St. Peter's, although a good mile distant, where she 153 Lette, 0| sufficient examples of the good life or the warnings of


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