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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 1, 1| God towards her. This she does because knowledge must precede 2 1, 1| the truth. But, in no way, does the creature receive such 3 1, 6| stands in hatred of Me, does an injury to his neighbor, 4 1, 6| else. A man therefore, who does not love, does not help 5 1, 6| therefore, who does not love, does not help him, and thereby 6 1, 6| not help him, and thereby does himself an injury; for he 7 1, 6| inasmuch as such a man does no good, it follows that 8 1, 6| he must do evil. To whom does he evil? First of all to 9 1, 6| done to Me that which he does to himself. To himself he 10 1, 6| to himself. To himself he does the injury of sin, which 11 1, 6| he (a man not loving God) does not do this, because he 12 1, 6| and, by not doing it, he does him, as you see, a special 13 1, 6| a special injury. And he does him evil, not only by not 14 1, 6| stench, and in this case he does not poison one only, but 15 1, 6| Against whom does pride bring forth evils? 16 1, 8| any harm; his infidelity does not diminish the faith or 17 1, 8| in My servant, because he does not love Me, placing his 18 1, 8| loves. My faithful servant does not leave him because he 19 1, 8| not leave him because he does not faithfully love Me, 20 1, 8| faithfully love Me, or because he does not constantly seek, with 21 2, 1| merited, knowing that she does not even exist of herself, 22 2, 1| virtue, everything that he does to his neighbor is done 23 2, 3| of his body, than he who does less, inasmuch as neither 24 2, 3| that, being ordered aright, does not cause the injury of 25 2, 3| everything which the soul does for itself and for others 26 2, 5| Its grace and virtue, nor does an evil minister do harm 27 2, 5| Blood, but to himself he does the harm of guilt, which 28 2, 5| say then that the Blood does harm to him who receives 29 2, 5| the mud like a brute, and does not learn this great benefit 30 2, 9| heed of us, Your greatness does not increase through our 31 2, 10| say consumed, because He does not love you for His own 32 2, 11| Life, he who follows Me does not walk in darkness, but 33 2, 11| things that he loves), but he does not succeed, either, through 34 2, 15| down the river, and she does not see that the water does 35 2, 15| does not see that the water does not support her." ~ 36 2, 16| filthy actions. Neither does any sin, abominable as it 37 2, 16| intellect from man, so much as does this one. This the philosophers 38 2, 16| occupy their heart. Not so does the ignorant and false Christian, 39 2, 17| and boasting in that which does not belong to it. It is 40 2, 17| that is always gnawing, and does not let the miser have any 41 2, 17| diverse sins. And this she does because she does not consider 42 2, 17| this she does because she does not consider the benefit 43 2, 22| displeasure of themselves, so does the sight of the Devil revive 44 2, 22| fire. This fire burns and does not consume, for the being 45 2, 25| their body, but this desire does not afflict them, as they 46 2, 25| fulfilled. Their desire does not afflict them, because, 47 2, 27| by being proved. For one does not arrive at virtue except 48 2, 27| My goodness, so that it does not yield to these thoughts. 49 2, 27| blinded by self- love, does not know and discern what 50 2, 28| over it by self-love, she does not see, but only has the 51 2, 30| benefits received, which it does with care and gratitude, 52 2, 30| account of its blindness, does not discern, and knows not 53 2, 30| attached to Me when your will does not, by disordinate love, 54 2, 33| stop, or pleasure, and he does not care to carry the vessel 55 2, 33| get the water, and neither does he care for the company, 56 2, 33| will still hold them, he does so according to My will -- 57 2, 35| love alone. The new law does not break the old law, but 58 2, 35| for servile fear; and this does not mean that sin is not 59 2, 37| to themselves, This labor does not profit me. All this 60 2, 37| they love Me, as a servant does his master, I pay them their 61 2, 40| grows into a son. What means does he take to arrive thereat? 62 2, 40| perfection, and what she does when she is perfect. This 63 2, 40| perfect. This is what she does. Though she perceives that 64 2, 40| have withdrawn Myself, she does not, on that account, look 65 2, 40| the fire of charity. How does she await me? Not in idleness, 66 2, 40| Church. This is what the soul does in order to rise from imperfection 67 2, 41| that the object of his love does not satisfy or return his 68 3, 1| consolations of the world. Why does she thus shut herself in? 69 3, 1| thus shut herself in? She does so from fear, knowing her 70 3, 1| occupied in prayer. This he does in order that holy prayer 71 3, 2| abandon vocal prayer, since it does not seem to all that they 72 3, 2| virtually a prayer, although it does not replace a prayer which 73 3, 2| friendly and filial love she does so. Unless the soul keep 74 3, 3| to perfection, which she does after she has attained to 75 3, 14| due to herself; for she does not think of herself, but 76 3, 14| the third kind of grief does not prevent the fourth, 77 3, 14| for this further state does but increase the riches 78 3, 15| because the wood is green, so does the heart, made green again 79 3, 15| reached Me, her End, she does not on that account abandon 80 3, 15| caused her tears to fall, does not cease to offer Me her 81 3, 16| rational creatures, when he does not yet know himself. And, 82 3, 17| great penance, and the other does not, should I be right to 83 3, 17| right to judge that he who does the greater penance has 84 3, 18| say, that the soul that does not see into My Truth with 85 3, 18| for Me, her Creator. How does she prove it? When, with 86 3, 18| humility. So that this law does not constrain you to any 87 3, 18| not having the light, she does not know the evil of her 88 3, 18| his sensual self-love, nor does he hate himself on account 89 3, 19| capable of growth, and he who does not go forward, by that 90 3, 19| own perfection; yet she does not perceive it, nor that, 91 3, 20| table of holy desire; she does not see herself in herself, 92 3, 20| rejoices in everything, nor does he make himself judge of 93 3, 20| something evidently sinful, he does not fall into judgment, 94 3, 20| she is from Me, the more does her purity leave her; which 95 3, 20| esteeming that he who acts thus does so as the instrument of 96 3, 24| from it -- the light itself does not diminish -- and yet 97 3, 24| she cannot live. Where does the soul united in this 98 3, 24| for so great a mystery, does not remain by grace in that 99 3, 26| the imprint of grace, as does a seal, which, when lifted 100 3, 28| who is not corrected, and does not correct others, becomes 101 3, 28| not to correct, for he who does not desire lordship or prelacy 102 3, 28| and he whose conscience does not reprove him of guilt, 103 3, 28| not reprove him of guilt, does not fear. ~ 104 3, 28| not in himself, is that he does not fear with a servile 105 3, 29| good and holy thoughts as does an angel. ~ 106 3, 30| been a faithful guardian, does not gnaw but remains in 107 3, 30| Lamb My Son. The just man does not turn his head to admire 108 3, 30| possession before she actually does so, in the way which I have 109 3, 30| but an individual case does not make a general law and 110 3, 31| than see it; and so greatly does he freshen the sting of 111 3, 31| man fall into this sin, he does not repent, and does not 112 3, 31| he does not repent, and does not truly grieve for his 113 3, 32| with things for which she does not ask You. Moreover, I 114 4, 1| and to please Me. Where does she find this? In sweet 115 4, 2| the Word had, and if a man does not unlock in the light 116 4, 2| impatience proves that obedience does not dwell in their soul. 117 4, 4| when the fire increases so does this self-hatred), that 118 4, 5| imperfect when she enters, it does not follow that she cannot 119 4, 5| call men in different ways, does not supply material for 120 4, 5| goodness. At what table does he feed his sons with the 121 4, 5| eaten for My honor. Dominic does not wish his sons to apply 122 4, 5| but also of the body, he does not wish them to obscure 123 4, 5| it rarely happens that he does not also transgress the 124 4, 6| of continence, for he who does not constrain his appetite 125 4, 6| enemy of self-love, for he does not wish that his spouse, 126 4, 6| causes him to fulfill them. Does the weight of obedience 127 4, 6| trampled on his own will, and does not care to examine or judge 128 4, 6| crowding into his cell, he does not sit down on the bed 129 4, 6| brotherly love. The obedient man does not leave the refectory, 130 4, 6| anything is given to him, he does not think of laying it by 131 4, 6| charity. The obedient man does not wish to fulfill his 132 4, 6| and perfectly obedient man does without pain and weariness 133 4, 6| obedience through humility. He does not break his neck through 134 4, 6| nothing, for as a child who does not remember the blows and 135 4, 6| this child of the spirit does not remember the injuries, 136 4, 7| wounded by this sweet arrow does not appear one thing in 137 4, 7| heart is different. She does not serve, or act towards 138 4, 8| into it, for his blindness does not let him know the road 139 4, 8| than an animal's, and he does not see that he labors more 140 4, 8| will have no remedy. No, he does not see, for he has darkened 141 4, 8| to preach My doctrine, he does so in polished terms, not 142 4, 8| virtues for your children as does the truly obedient religious; 143 4, 8| The obedient religious does not think of laying a table, 144 4, 8| of this? Disobedience. He does not watch in prayer, and 145 4, 8| in prayer, and not only does he omit mental prayer, but 146 4, 9| How God does not reward merit according 147 4, 9| according to the work he does, or the length of time for 148 4, 9| love of obedience, then, does the soul receive her merit, 149 4, 9| Everything that the obedient man does is a source of merit to 150 4, 9| watches -- everything that he does is obedience; if he serve 151 4, 9| the Incarnate Word. What does she drink? The Blood, in 152 4, 9| which, dipped into the sea, does not comprehend the whole


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