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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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mercy

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1 Intro, 0| depended on him, at the mercy of the invading Lombard. 2 Intro, 0| infinite loving-kindness and mercy. ~ 3 Intro, 0| eighth spiritual work of mercy. St. Philip Neri's advice 4 1, 4 | was given them, through mercy, turns to their own ruin 5 1, 4 | judgment, not through defect of mercy, nor through defect of him 6 1, 4 | of him who implored the mercy for the ingrate, but solely 7 1, 6 | who practices it of all mercy, unless he turn to kindness 8 2, 4 | Church, and through His own mercy, which she saw through self-knowledge, 9 2, 4 | Lord, turn the eyes of Your mercy upon Your people, and upon 10 2, 4 | revenge on me, and to do mercy to Your people, and never 11 2, 4 | see that you grant them mercy. For what is it to me if 12 2, 4 | Your grace, that You have mercy on Your people, and I adjure 13 2, 4 | implore You that You do mercy to Your creatures." ~ 14 2, 5 | turning the eye of His mercy towards her, allowing Himself 15 2, 5 | My justice and My divine mercy. For My mercy willed to 16 2, 5 | My divine mercy. For My mercy willed to make satisfaction 17 2, 6 | and how God promises to do mercy to the world, and to the 18 2, 6 | because I wished to do mercy to the world. ~ 19 2, 7 | and bolted the doors of mercy, the soul of man produced 20 2, 9 | moves You to do us such mercy through pure love, and on 21 2, 11 | for he is sheltered by the mercy which descended from Heaven 22 2, 11 | is walled and roofed with Mercy. His also is the Hostelry 23 2, 13 | order that they may receive mercy from Me." ~ 24 2, 14 | this soul wondering at the mercy of God, relates many gifts 25 2, 14 | How great is the Eternal Mercy with which You cover the 26 2, 14 | offended Me.' Oh, ineffable Mercy! I do not wonder that You 27 2, 14 | order that I may do them mercy.' Oh, Mercy, who proceeds 28 2, 14 | may do them mercy.' Oh, Mercy, who proceeds from Your 29 2, 14 | Blood of Your Son. Your Mercy preserves us, Your Mercy 30 2, 14 | Mercy preserves us, Your Mercy caused Your Son to do battle 31 2, 14 | conquered? Death! By what means? Mercy! Your Mercy gives light 32 2, 14 | what means? Mercy! Your Mercy gives light and life, by 33 2, 14 | the height of Heaven Your Mercy shines, that is, in Your 34 2, 14 | earth, it abounds with Your Mercy. In the darkness of Hell 35 2, 14 | the darkness of Hell Your Mercy shines, for the damned do 36 2, 14 | they deserve; with Your Mercy You temper Justice. By Mercy 37 2, 14 | Mercy You temper Justice. By Mercy You have washed us in the 38 2, 14 | us in the Blood, and by Mercy You wish to converse with 39 2, 14 | fathers to fulfill Your Mercy and Your Truth in them? 40 2, 14 | fruit of their labors. Your Mercy constrains You to give even 41 2, 14 | What has done this? Your Mercy. Oh, Divine Mercy! My heart 42 2, 14 | Your Mercy. Oh, Divine Mercy! My heart suffocates in 43 2, 14 | thought, I find nothing but mercy. Oh, Eternal Father! Forgive 44 2, 14 | You, but the love of Your Mercy will be my excuse before 45 2, 15 | little her heart in the mercy of God, by these words, 46 2, 15 | have spoken before Me of My mercy, because I gave it you to 47 2, 15 | with Me,' but know, that My mercy is without any comparison, 48 2, 15 | sight is imperfect, and My mercy perfect and infinite, so 49 2, 15 | that you should taste this mercy, and also the dignity of 50 2, 15 | memory takes no heed of My mercy. The eye of their intellect 51 2, 17 | not the remembrance of My mercy, for if they had it they 52 2, 17 | And, nevertheless, in My mercy I sustain them, I do not 53 2, 19 | in truth through love and mercy. With this false judgment, 54 2, 21 | Good, still she can find mercy. But if she pass the Bridge 55 2, 21 | her misery greater than My mercy. This is that sin which 56 2, 21 | pardoned, depreciating My mercy. Therefore is this last 57 2, 21 | sin to be greater than My mercy, and, on that account, are 58 2, 21 | they, having depreciated My mercy, I with justice send them, 59 2, 25 | soul. They see that, by My mercy, she is raised from the 60 2, 25 | ignorant ones do not resist My mercy. They have a desire too, 61 2, 25 | and continually cry for mercy for you, to Me, the Supreme 62 2, 25 | the saved with love and mercy." ~ 63 2, 26 | them, and by the works of mercy, spiritual and temporal, 64 2, 26 | avarice; and when they see the mercy that they have received 65 2, 26 | will see generosity and mercy shining in the blessed ones, 66 2, 26 | to see their sins and My Mercy. And they arrive at the 67 2, 27 | perfection), embrace My mercy with the same light of faith 68 2, 27 | imperfect, they constrained My mercy, counting My mercy greater 69 2, 27 | constrained My mercy, counting My mercy greater than their sins. 70 2, 27 | place of Purgatory, with mercy and the same faith." ~ 71 2, 27 | when you prayed Me to have mercy on the world, and draw it 72 2, 30 | regarding with the eye of His mercy, the hunger and desire of 73 2, 30 | discovers and tastes My mercy, and sees how, through mercy, 74 2, 30 | mercy, and sees how, through mercy, I have lent her time and 75 2, 35 | humanity with abundance of mercy, the penalty of the sins 76 2, 35 | man lives is his time for mercy, but when he is dead comes 77 2, 40 | in which he will learn My mercy, in the Blood of My only-begotten 78 2, 40 | the consideration of My mercy, in which contemplation, 79 3, 2 | and the broadness of My mercy, for fear that otherwise 80 3, 2 | not seize the arm of My mercy. This is one of the subtle 81 3, 2 | affections in My boundless mercy, with true humility. You 82 3, 2 | the broadness of My good mercy, if the soul will only truly 83 3, 2 | rose, humbly trusting in My mercy, and saying: 'I confess 84 3, 2 | to Heaven on the wings of mercy, and if I raise you on high, 85 3, 2 | knowledge of herself and of My mercy, seasoned the one with the 86 3, 6 | everything, but that My mercy shines in them, in that, 87 3, 6 | them, I use My charity and mercy, withdrawing neither on 88 3, 6 | So that in worldly men My mercy and charity shine, and they 89 3, 8 | of love, that I will have mercy on the world. Pain in her 90 3, 12 | order that He should do mercy to the world. And, lifting 91 3, 14 | begins to take hope in My mercy in which her heart feels 92 3, 14 | the joy of her hope in My mercy, causes her eye to weep, 93 3, 14 | the plaint of My divine mercy, and grief at the offenses 94 3, 17 | I beg of You grace and mercy that I may come to You truly 95 3, 18 | eye of His benignity and mercy upon her, saying -- "Oh, 96 3, 22 | beseech You, through grace and mercy, that, from today henceforward, 97 3, 23 | turning the eye of His mercy upon this soul, not despising 98 3, 29 | your prayers, will do them mercy if they will only receive 99 3, 29 | accept the breadth of My mercy, I, the Supreme Judge, shall 100 3, 30 | Blood in which he has found mercy; and as he lived in the 101 3, 31 | the habit of hoping in My mercy, that is, have taken the 102 3, 31 | have taken the milk of mercy (although on account of 103 3, 31 | strikes Me with the arm of My mercy has a hope in mercy, but 104 3, 31 | of My mercy has a hope in mercy, but rather has presumption), 105 3, 31 | offends no more, there remains mercy, and with this mercy he 106 3, 31 | remains mercy, and with this mercy he can, if he will, take 107 3, 31 | hope. This is the effect of Mercy, to cause them to hope therein 108 3, 31 | offend Me by means of My mercy, but rather that they should 109 3, 31 | hope which they have in My mercy. And nevertheless, I keep 110 3, 31 | grief will procure them mercy. But it is no fragility 111 3, 31 | who despairs despises My mercy, making his sin to be greater 112 3, 31 | his sin to be greater than mercy and goodness. Wherefore, 113 3, 31 | done to Me, and hoped in My mercy, he would have found mercy, 114 3, 31 | mercy, he would have found mercy, for, as I have said to 115 3, 31 | as I have said to you, My mercy is greater without any comparison 116 3, 31 | wish them to hope in My mercy at the point of death, even 117 3, 31 | them hope greatly in My mercy, for when, having fed themselves 118 3, 31 | towards the sweetness of My mercy they have thought of it 119 3, 31 | time and the breadth of My mercy in which they hoped, in 120 3, 31 | time and great hope of My mercy they did nothing but offend 121 3, 31 | striking them with the hand of mercy and the rod of justice, 122 3, 31 | anger, humbly begging My mercy. The virtuous woman increases 123 3, 32 | similitude, and to do us mercy, giving immeasurable and 124 3, 32 | of You that You will do mercy to the world and to the 125 3, 32 | servants do cry out to Your mercy; do You then reply. ~ 126 3, 32 | I know well that mercy is Your own attribute, wherefore 127 3, 32 | begging You through it to do mercy to the world, and to cause 128 3, 32 | Your servants, You would do mercy to the world, and reform 129 3, 32 | but turn the eye of Your mercy towards us, for You must 130 3, 32 | out with the voice of Your mercy. Open the door of Your inestimable 131 3, 32 | You through Your infinite mercy. You have created us from 132 3, 32 | we are in existence, do mercy to us, and remake the vessels 133 3, 32 | Re-create them to Grace in Your mercy and the Blood of Your Son 134 4, 1 | kindly turning the eye of His mercy and clemency towards her, 135 4, 10 | Me was that I should do mercy to the world. In the third 136 4, 10 | told you that I wish to do mercy to the world, proving to 137 4, 10 | world, proving to you that mercy is My special attribute, 138 4, 10 | attribute, for through the mercy and the inestimable love 139 4, 10 | continual prayer I will do mercy to the world. Die to the 140 Lette, 0| have sinned! Oh Lord, have mercy on me!" And this, as I believe, 141 Lette, 0| her arms, "Holy God, have mercy on me!" Finally she employed 142 Lette, 0| account of them, You would use mercy with the world, and give 143 Lette, 0| merits, but through Your mercy alone, which I ask of You,


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