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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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    Chapter, Paragraph
1 Intro, 0| own special relations with God, which amounted almost to 2 Intro, 0| First Epistle of St. John, God Himself, is, at once, the 3 Intro, 0| heart, which not only sees God, but diffuses Him, as by 4 Intro, 0| worldly man" who loves God for his own pleasure or 5 Intro, 0| the general conception of God's infinite loving-kindness 6 1, 1 | by desire of the honor of God, and of the salvation of 7 1, 1 | soul, through love, with God, asked of God four requests. ~ 8 1, 1 | love, with God, asked of God four requests. ~ 9 1, 1 | desire for the honor of God and the salvation of souls, 10 1, 1 | know better the goodness of God towards her. This she does 11 1, 1 | knowledge of herself and of God; because prayer, exercising 12 1, 1 | the above way, unites with God the soul that follows the 13 1, 1 | heard from a handmaid of God, namely, that, when she 14 1, 1 | great elevation of mind, God was not wont to conceal, 15 1, 1 | sweet and amorous Word of God) "they are another Myself, 16 1, 1 | soul unites herself with God by the affection of love. ~ 17 1, 2 | desire of this soul grew when God showed her the neediness 18 1, 2 | tempest of offense against God it lay. And she had understood 19 1, 2 | caused by offenses against God, and the loss of souls, 20 1, 2 | with which she waited for God to provide against such 21 1, 2 | within herself and with God, and knows better His truth, 22 1, 2 | inasmuch as the soul is then in God, and God in the soul, as 23 1, 2 | soul is then in God, and God in the soul, as the fish 24 1, 3 | sacrifice was offered to God, a fire descended and drew 25 1, 3 | infinite desire; because God, who is infinite, wishes 26 1, 5 | How very pleasing to God is the willing desire to 27 1, 6 | and he (a man not loving God) does not do this, because 28 2, 2 | being, that is Myself, her God, who am Eternal Life. And 29 2, 4 | less, and how she prayed to God for the Holy Church, and 30 2, 4 | learning the ineffable love of God, shown in His great goodness, 31 2, 4 | account of offenses against God, and the damage of the Holy 32 2, 4 | herself, she knows more of God, and knowing the goodness 33 2, 4 | knowing the goodness of God in herself, the sweet mirror 34 2, 4 | herself, the sweet mirror of God, she knows her own dignity 35 2, 4 | that she is the image of God, and this has been given 36 2, 4 | mirror of the goodness of God, the soul knows her own 37 2, 4 | herself in the sweet mirror of God, knows better the stains 38 2, 4 | knowledge of herself and of God, and her hunger for the 39 2, 4 | Love. Wherefore, You, O God, have become man, and man 40 2, 4 | man, and man has become God. By this ineffable love 41 2, 5 | How God grieves over the Christian 42 2, 5 | Then God, turning the eye of His 43 2, 6 | Christ than before; and how God promises to do mercy to 44 2, 6 | see that man has become God, and God has become man, 45 2, 6 | man has become God, and God has become man, through 46 2, 7 | the disobedience of Adam, God made of His Son a Bridge 47 2, 8 | How God induces the soul to look 48 2, 9 | How this soul prays God to show her those who cross 49 2, 9 | him, and yet You are our God who have no heed of us, 50 2, 10 | Then the Eternal God, to enamor and excite that 51 2, 11 | only-begotten Son, wholly God and wholly man, may be ministered 52 2, 14 | wondering at the mercy of God, relates many gifts and 53 2, 14 | standing before the face of God, exclaimed, "How great is 54 2, 15 | underneath, is called by God the tree of death, whose 55 2, 15 | her heart in the mercy of God, by these words, she humbly 56 2, 15 | promise made to her, and God continuing His discourse 57 2, 17 | than Me, and has made a god of herself, persecuting 58 2, 18 | using injustice against Me, God, and against their neighbor, 59 2, 18 | My Truth: 'The Kingdom of God is among you.' But they 60 2, 20 | with a like food, and I am God now as then. My power is 61 2, 27 | said to you, 'I am your God, unmoving and unchangeable,' 62 2, 27 | fear, and how I am your God, immovable, who am not an 63 2, 29 | notwithstanding the great goodness of God, in having placed nothing 64 2, 29 | of the sweet goodness of GOD, who had deigned to manifest 65 2, 30 | that is, in the Son of GOD, signify the three powers 66 2, 35 | Then the goodness of God, wishing to satisfy the 67 2, 37 | imperfection of those who love GOD for their own profit, delight, 68 2, 38 | Of the way in which GOD manifests Himself to the 69 2, 38 | in the ordinary grace of God. It is manifested to them 70 2, 39 | indeed, will you see Me, your GOD, and My Son, the Word, face 71 2, 41 | How an imperfect lover of GOD loves his neighbor also 72 3, 2 | Blood of My Son, wholly God and wholly man, administered 73 3, 2 | perfect and pleasing to God, and there is no more need 74 3, 2 | true contrition, seeing who God is, who is offended by me, 75 3, 6 | render glory and praise to GOD, whether they will or no. ~ 76 3, 7 | render glory and praise to GOD. ~ 77 3, 10 | state and unite herself to GOD. ~ 78 3, 12 | soul seeks knowledge from God concerning the state and 79 3, 12 | union which she had had with God, and by what she had heard 80 3, 12 | affection of the love of God. And nevertheless she had 81 3, 12 | promise that the Truth of God had made to her, teaching 82 3, 12 | and the other servants of God as well as herself) in order 83 3, 12 | states of the soul of which God had spoken to her, and seeing 84 3, 12 | which the Truth, that is, God, had given her, that in 85 3, 12 | matter of her request, for God Himself manifested it to 86 3, 13 | Supreme and Sweet Truth of God, "Oh, beloved and dearest 87 3, 14 | given by Me, the Eternal God, without fulfilling that 88 3, 15 | infinite value: and how God wishes to be served as the 89 3, 15 | For I, who am the Infinite God, wish to be served by you 90 3, 16 | miserably in the world, making a god of created things and of 91 3, 16 | but Myself, the Eternal God. Therefore I alone can satisfy 92 3, 17 | this devout soul, thanking God for His explanation of the 93 3, 17 | know, Sweet and Eternal God, that You replied above 94 3, 18 | soul that wishes to serve God in truth; and first of the 95 3, 18 | Then the Eternal God, delighting in the thirst 96 3, 18 | difficulty. And the Eternal God said to her, "In order that 97 3, 19 | but in order to please God the more, and in order to 98 3, 20 | honor of Me, the Eternal God, and of the salvation of 99 3, 20 | ordered in Me, the Eternal God. ~ 100 3, 21 | the honor of the Eternal God, and for the food of the 101 3, 22 | soul, rendering thanks to God, humiliates herself; then 102 3, 22 | and Eternal Goodness of God, who am I, miserable one, 103 3, 23 | How God renders this soul attentive 104 3, 23 | Then the Eternal God, turning the eye of His 105 3, 24 | it. Then said the Eternal God: "I will first, dearest 106 3, 24 | as I have said to you, I, God, have become man, and man 107 3, 24 | man, and man has become God by the union of My Divine 108 3, 24 | sweet Blood, is one Sun, all God and all man, because He 109 3, 24 | is to say, I, the Eternal God, am that Sun whence have 110 3, 24 | Divinity of Me, the Eternal God, because none of these can 111 3, 24 | and color, the whole of God and the whole of man cannot 112 3, 24 | should I be present, whole God and whole Man. When you 113 3, 24 | when the host is divided God and man are not divided, 114 3, 24 | actually receive the whole of God and the whole of Man. Do 115 3, 24 | yet you have Him, whole God and whole man, as I told 116 3, 25 | in that whiteness whole God and whole man, the Divine 117 3, 25 | Abyss of the Trinity, whole God and whole man concealed 118 3, 25 | which is holy desire, tastes God and Man. See, therefore, 119 3, 27 | dignity of priests; and how God demands in them greater 120 3, 29 | love of Me, the Eternal God, who send them to you, and 121 3, 29 | administer to you the whole of God and the whole of Man, that 122 3, 32 | soul, praising and thanking GOD, made a prayer for the Holy 123 3, 32 | Goodness, saying: "Oh! Eternal God! oh! Light above every other 124 3, 32 | has moved You, Infinite God, to illuminate me, Your 125 3, 32 | sweet Physician, Eternal God, have given a soothing, 126 4, 1 | looking on Me, the eternal God. His fidelity obtained this 127 4, 9 | How God does not reward merit according 128 4, 9 | and of the miracles which God has performed by means of 129 4, 11 | soul, thanking and praising God, makes prayer for the whole 130 Lette, 0| that may be pleasing to God concerning themselves and 131 Lette, 0| being committed against God, and from the dangers ever 132 Lette, 0| natural; for it seems that God has given permission to 133 Lette, 0| her eyes and her heart to God and say: "Thanks to You, 134 Lette, 0| without moving her arms, "Holy God, have mercy on me!" Finally 135 Lette, 0| feelings of the goodness of God, and while she prayed, she 136 Lette, 0| her sins in the sight of God, and, in particular, said: " 137 Lette, 0| You not command me, oh, my God! to abandon all thought 138 Lette, 0| confessed in the presence of God, and of all the others which 139 Lette, 0| a particular grace from God -- namely, that in these 140 Lette, 0| able to touch it. Almighty God also worked many miracles 141 Lette, 0| are in Rome, and Almighty God is granting many graces 142 Lette, 0| of prayer. May Almighty God preserve you and help you


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