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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| that privilege still call themselves today, the instinct of government 2 1, 4 | with true humility, deeming themselves worthy of pain and unworthy 3 1, 4 | particular, to those who dispose themselves, humbly and with reverence, 4 1, 8 | benignity, and kindness manifest themselves in a time of wrath by the 5 2, 1 | what is due to Me and to themselves, they proceed to render 6 2, 3 | not as a principal end in themselves. ~ 7 2, 4 | You praise when they see themselves escape through Your infinite 8 2, 5 | not only should they feed themselves, but it is also their duty 9 2, 5 | their infidelity, and bind themselves as members to My Church. 10 2, 6 | received to grace, but seem to themselves on occasion to receive injuries 11 2, 8 | see further how those bear themselves who walk in the light, and 12 2, 11 | the door of Truth and find themselves united to Me, who am the 13 2, 13 | said to you, and, as they themselves say to you, with proof, 14 2, 15 | those who voluntarily drown themselves, and at the baseness to 15 2, 15 | no object before it but themselves, with the dead love of their 16 2, 16 | that reason they preserved themselves in continence the better 17 2, 17 | they would not be cruel to themselves or to their neighbor; on 18 2, 17 | compassionate and merciful to themselves, practicing the virtues 19 2, 17 | out of the mire, when they themselves put it there? Sometimes 20 2, 18 | their neighbor, and against themselves -- to themselves by not 21 2, 18 | against themselves -- to themselves by not paying the debt of 22 2, 18 | injustice towards Me and towards themselves, like blind and ignorant 23 2, 18 | who do not recognize Me in themselves on account of self-love, 24 2, 18 | envy and self-love, blinded themselves so that they did not recognize 25 2, 18 | such as these unjust to themselves, to Me, and to their neighbor, 26 2, 21 | that which is Mine, and to themselves that which is theirs. For 27 2, 21 | ought to render love, and to themselves bitterness, with contrition 28 2, 21 | contrary because they give to themselves love, pitying themselves, 29 2, 21 | themselves love, pitying themselves, and grieving on account 30 2, 21 | whose servants they made themselves through their own sensuality, 31 2, 22 | first is, that they see themselves deprived of the vision of 32 2, 22 | sight of Me, refreshing themselves with joyousness in the fruit 33 2, 22 | love, and displeasure of themselves, so does the sight of the 34 2, 22 | in seeing him they know themselves more, that is to say, they 35 2, 22 | own sin, they have made themselves worthy of him. And so the 36 2, 22 | because they did not amend themselves after the first reproof 37 2, 24 | therefore, being gnawed by themselves, their pains always increase, 38 2, 25 | and praise of My name, in themselves and in their neighbor; and, 39 2, 25 | which I have told you, for themselves alone, for it is not so, 40 2, 25 | jubilee, a joyousness in themselves, which is refreshed by the 41 2, 25 | in Hell, do not trouble themselves, and even are contented 42 2, 26 | an increase of pain to themselves. And so will it be, because 43 2, 26 | the choirs of Angels, and themselves, by their own fault, sunk 44 2, 27 | foolishness of men in making themselves feeble, when I have made 45 2, 27 | them strong, and in putting themselves into the hands of the Devil. 46 2, 27 | but they voluntarily put themselves into his hands), and, arriving 47 2, 27 | for they would not allow themselves to be caught if they saw 48 2, 27 | that no good or pleasure to themselves were to be obtained thereby. 49 2, 27 | to you of those who drown themselves in the river, and who care 50 2, 27 | who care for nothing but themselves, to love themselves to My 51 2, 27 | but themselves, to love themselves to My injury, and I will 52 2, 27 | show you how they deceive themselves, and how, wishing to flee 53 2, 27 | love, know neither Me nor themselves. You see how deceived they 54 2, 28 | you how it is only they themselves who are injured by the thorns. 55 2, 28 | in seeing My goodness in themselves, and in the knowledge of 56 2, 28 | own will lost, they clothe themselves in Mine, and I will nothing 57 2, 28 | with reverence, deeming themselves favored in having tribulation 58 2, 28 | fortified in Me, humiliating themselves, and deeming themselves 59 2, 28 | themselves, and deeming themselves unworthy of peace and quiet 60 2, 28 | recognize this, and, examining themselves, they see their sins, and 61 2, 28 | Good, wherefore they deem themselves favored because I wish to 62 2, 30 | conceived, they give birth to themselves perfectly and imperfectly, 63 2, 34 | began to mount, feeling themselves pricked by servile fear, 64 2, 37 | self-knowledge, they may know that of themselves they are nothing and have 65 2, 37 | their exercises, saying to themselves, This labor does not profit 66 2, 37 | they do, because they feel themselves deprived of mental consolation. 67 2, 37 | pure love, prescinding from themselves, is necessary, for it is 68 2, 37 | serve Me, irrespective of themselves, for I, who am the Rewarder 69 2, 37 | conscience, reasoning with themselves, so as to quell the motions 70 2, 38 | manifestation, however, is in men themselves; they manifesting Me, through 71 2, 40 | and the others concealed themselves in the house, awaiting the 72 3, 8 | crucified, and they find themselves in Me, the Sea Pacific, 73 3, 10 | tribulations they rejoice, seeing themselves clothed with the suffering 74 3, 11 | because they have deprived themselves of the light, with which 75 3, 13 | any regard whatsoever for themselves. These weep and their weeping 76 3, 16 | their neighbors, and remove themselves far away from the love of 77 3, 16 | insatiable and unbearable to themselves, and it is conformable to 78 3, 19 | is that of those who give themselves up wholly to the castigation 79 3, 19 | act with true knowledge of themselves and of Me, with great humility, 80 3, 19 | own perfection, esteeming themselves the judges of those who 81 3, 19 | They say, cheating themselves with the delusion of their 82 3, 20 | of the soul. These deem themselves worthy of the troubles and 83 3, 20 | And inasmuch as they deem themselves worthy of trouble, so also 84 3, 20 | trouble, so also do they deem themselves unworthy of the fruit which 85 3, 20 | Such as these have lost themselves, and have stripped themselves 86 3, 20 | themselves, and have stripped themselves of the Old Man, that is 87 3, 20 | sensuality, and, having clothed themselves with the New Man, the sweet 88 3, 21 | another place, who nourish themselves at this table of holy desire, 89 3, 22 | else than to complete in themselves, and in the mysteries that 90 3, 27 | be more intense. If they themselves considered their own dignity 91 3, 27 | prelacies, or to be cruel to themselves or to their fellow-creatures, 92 3, 27 | they cannot use cruelty to themselves without being cruel to their 93 3, 27 | by sin they are cruel to themselves, they are cruel to the souls 94 3, 27 | that, in being cruel to themselves, they are cruel to others." ~ 95 3, 28 | Sun, for, having clothed themselves, and filled the power of 96 3, 28 | first had done justice to themselves, they therefore did justice 97 3, 28 | they were not thinking of themselves, but solely of My honor 98 3, 28 | are their own. They feel themselves comprehended in the guilt, 99 3, 28 | do not correct, but allow themselves to be bound over with flattering 100 3, 28 | many presents, and they themselves find the excuse for the 101 3, 28 | true patience, they bore themselves like terrestrial angels, 102 3, 28 | servile fear. They who hope in themselves are the ones who fear, and 103 3, 28 | hunger for souls they gave themselves to die, to get them out 104 3, 28 | of the devil. They made themselves infirm with those who were 105 3, 28 | ones out of imperfection, themselves becoming imperfect and infirm 106 3, 28 | beloved ones, they made themselves subjects, being prelates, 107 3, 28 | being prelates, they made themselves servants, being lords, they 108 3, 28 | being lords, they made themselves infirm, being whole, and 109 3, 28 | being strong they made themselves weak, with the foolish and 110 3, 28 | foolish and simple they showed themselves simple, and with the small 111 3, 28 | spread of the faith, they put themselves in the midst of the thorns 112 3, 28 | tribulation, and exposed themselves to every peril with true 113 3, 29 | and perfect priests are themselves in a condition of light, 114 3, 29 | badly ordered priests, who themselves filthy and clothed in garments 115 3, 29 | if only they will dispose themselves to receive it, and you to 116 3, 29 | administer to you the Sun being themselves in darkness, not that they 117 3, 30 | sensuality through holy hatred of themselves. Wherefore when they come 118 3, 30 | and losing all trust in themselves, in that they did not hope 119 3, 30 | and having lost hope in themselves, placed no inordinate love 120 3, 31 | made them ministers, but in themselves alone, and in the dignities 121 3, 31 | that they should dilate themselves in charity, and in the consideration 122 3, 31 | mercy, for when, having fed themselves with this hope, they arrive 123 3, 31 | they had not so nourished themselves. ~ 124 3, 31 | discern the truth both for themselves and others had they wished 125 3, 31 | because they divert to themselves the love and charity which 126 4, 2 | but still seek to please themselves; they do not wear the cord 127 4, 3 | unless indeed they amend themselves with patience, they will 128 4, 3 | they receive and clothe themselves in the most perfect peace, 129 4, 4 | of precepts, but take on themselves a particular obedience. ~ 130 4, 4 | not death, but take upon themselves a particular obedience, 131 4, 4 | Such as these wish to bind themselves more tightly through self-hatred, 132 4, 4 | will. They either place themselves under the yoke of obedience 133 4, 4 | entering religion, they bind themselves to some creature, submitting 134 4, 5 | have entered they exercise themselves in virtue, and persevere 135 4, 5 | that his sons should apply themselves only to My honor and the 136 4, 5 | not wish his sons to apply themselves to anything, but remaining 137 4, 6 | physically, they indulge themselves mentally, for it is impossible 138 4, 6 | who were contending among themselves which of them should be 139 Lette, 0| towards them, recommend themselves greatly, for their part, 140 Lette, 0| pleasing to God concerning themselves and you. But since you,


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