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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| medieval state, for the prince himself was held to be ultimately 2 Intro, 0| shared by the Divine Child Himself. He would be a morose pedant 3 Intro, 0| sweetly to gain her love to Himself, fixed on her the eyes of 4 Intro, 0| sagacious political insight. Himself a Roman of Rome, Romano 5 Intro, 0| Savonarola set great ends before himself -- the freedom of his country 6 Intro, 0| Epistle of St. John, God Himself, is, at once, the highest 7 1, 1 | love, makes her another Himself. Christ would seem to have 8 1, 1 | the soul becomes another Himself. That this may be seen more 9 1, 3 | and drew more strongly to Himself her desire, doing as He 10 1, 4 | to Me, do he receive in himself the measure of My goodness. 11 1, 6 | to his neighbor, and to himself, who is his own chief neighbor, 12 1, 6 | help him, and thereby does himself an injury; for he cuts off 13 1, 6 | injury; for he cuts off from himself grace, and injures his neighbor, 14 1, 6 | he evil? First of all to himself, and then to his neighbor, 15 1, 6 | Me that which he does to himself. To himself he does the 16 1, 6 | which he does to himself. To himself he does the injury of sin, 17 1, 6 | general cruelty is to see himself and other creatures in danger 18 1, 6 | that he reminds neither himself nor others of the love of 19 1, 6 | neighbors, for he makes himself an instrument to destroy 20 1, 8 | servant proves his faith in himself and in his neighbor, and 21 2, 3 | great penances, and gives himself in excess to the slaying 22 2, 4 | Justice, for He took on Himself all our offenses and injustices, 23 2, 5 | mercy towards her, allowing Himself to be constrained by her 24 2, 5 | of that man who disposes himself properly to receive it, 25 2, 5 | gives the Blood, but to himself he does the harm of guilt, 26 2, 5 | punishment, unless he correct himself with contrition and repentance. 27 2, 5 | and has been so cruel to himself and his neighbor. He has 28 2, 5 | He has used cruelty to himself, depriving himself of grace, 29 2, 5 | cruelty to himself, depriving himself of grace, trampling under 30 2, 5 | only have satisfied for himself, and not for other rational 31 2, 5 | besides which, neither for himself, nor for others, could man 32 2, 6 | and wished to give it to himself. Thus he came to transgress 33 2, 6 | his affliction, he feels himself being consumed by the worm 34 2, 7 | and My creature found in himself rebellion against himself. ~ 35 2, 7 | himself rebellion against himself. ~ 36 2, 7 | weariness and trouble from himself, the devil, and the world. 37 2, 10 | wherefore He drew everything to Himself by this means, namely, by 38 2, 11 | spoken to you, He, who was Himself the Bridge, moistened the 39 2, 11 | is. Therefore He says of Himself that He is the Road, and 40 2, 11 | by, and yet he is passing himself continually to the end of 41 2, 11 | And he would gladly retain himself (that is his life, and the 42 2, 12 | refreshment to him who wearies himself for Me, who am grateful 43 2, 13 | resurrection, this Bridge, namely Himself, arose from the earth, that 44 2, 13 | for He practiced, first Himself, what He afterwards taught 45 2, 15 | it, but never can he help himself; he has become insupportable 46 2, 15 | become insupportable to himself, and, wishing to govern 47 2, 19 | were servants of the devil, Himself becoming as a servant to 48 2, 19 | of servitude, imposing on Himself obedience to do away the 49 2, 19 | disobedience of Adam, and humbling Himself to the shameful death of 50 2, 20 | even as the Devil puts himself on the tongues of his servants, 51 2, 20 | so has brought you with himself to eternal damnation." ~ 52 2, 23 | how greatly man deceives himself, I will tell you of the 53 2, 24 | he saw pain increased to himself, on account of their damnation 54 2, 26 | filth of avarice, wrapping himself up with the worldly substance 55 2, 27 | because then man knows himself to be nothing, being unable 56 2, 27 | being unable to lift off himself the pains and vexations 57 2, 27 | the devil is weak, and by himself can do nothing, unless I 58 2, 27 | hatred and displeasure of himself, manfully makes up his mind, 59 2, 29 | had deigned to manifest Himself to her. And, for this, she 60 2, 33 | neighbor, suddenly finds himself the companion of many and 61 2, 33 | the Water of Life, finding himself in Me, the Sea Pacific." ~ 62 2, 35 | to say, the person punish himself in this life with perfect 63 2, 37 | could he not bear any pain himself, but his terror of the very 64 2, 38 | way in which GOD manifests Himself to the soul who loves Him. ~ 65 2, 39 | because, in manifesting Himself, He manifested Me, and, 66 2, 39 | manifesting Me, He manifested Himself. But why did He not say, ' 67 2, 39 | because, in manifesting Himself to you, He did not present 68 2, 39 | the Father has manifested Himself to Me, because I am one 69 2, 39 | According as My Father manifests himself to Me, will I manifest myself 70 2, 39 | in this manifestation of Himself, He manifests Me.' Now therefore 71 2, 40 | only-begotten Son, drawing to Himself, with this love, My divine 72 2, 40 | divine charity, exercising himself in the extirpation of his 73 2, 40 | spiritual and temporal, hiding himself in his own house, as did 74 2, 41 | turned aside from him, or himself deprived of consolation, 75 3, 2 | The Devil often places himself upon the tongues of creatures, 76 3, 2 | condition, ought to exert himself for the salvation of souls, 77 3, 5 | the Eternal Deity drew to Himself the pain, which I suffered 78 3, 11 | can only offer what he has himself, and, because of his darkness, 79 3, 12 | other than from the Truth Himself, and nothing can be learnt 80 3, 12 | of her request, for God Himself manifested it to her, and 81 3, 16 | Me of honor, and takes it himself. This flower stinks less 82 3, 16 | wretched man wishes to set himself up as the judge of the affections 83 3, 16 | when he does not yet know himself. And, for an action which 84 3, 16 | in something greater than himself. Greater than himself there 85 3, 16 | than himself. Greater than himself there is nothing but Myself, 86 3, 17 | Your Love, gave us Love Himself, in the time of our warfare 87 3, 18 | self-love, nor does he hate himself on account of it; he is 88 3, 20 | everything, nor does he make himself judge of My servants, or 89 3, 27 | the holy Church. The angel himself has no such dignity, for 90 3, 28 | only-begotten Son, who is Himself the undivided Sun, as has 91 3, 28 | creature hopes in Me and not in himself, is that he does not fear 92 3, 28 | nothing. He only who feels himself to be alone, and hopes in 93 3, 28 | to be alone, and hopes in himself, deprived of the affection 94 3, 30 | overcoming it with holy hatred of himself and desire of arriving at 95 3, 30 | holy conscience, and with himself he is indignant, deeming 96 3, 30 | he is indignant, deeming himself unworthy of receiving such 97 3, 31 | account to Me; now he finds himself denuded and without any 98 3, 31 | My truth to Me and not to himself, wherefore he exalts in 99 4, 1 | only-begotten Son. For who abased Himself more than He did! He was 100 4, 1 | mockings. He caused pain to Himself in His bodily life, in order 101 4, 1 | having first observed them Himself. He is the way, wherefore 102 4, 1 | it. For He has cast from Himself the darkness of self-love, 103 4, 2 | his desires, if he strip himself of worldly riches. And so 104 4, 3 | to you by My Truth, who Himself literally observed this 105 4, 5 | Spirit, who never fails in Himself through the defects of any 106 4, 5 | whom he had chosen for himself, embracing self-contempt 107 4, 5 | slaying his will, clothing himself in insults, sufferings, 108 4, 5 | in this ship. He allied himself with My truth, showing that 109 4, 5 | while he lived he applied himself to nothing but prayer, preaching, 110 4, 6 | but shame. Thus dead to himself, should he who is old enough 111 4, 6 | constrain his appetite or strip himself of temporal substance makes 112 4, 6 | obedient man rises above himself and his own sensuality, 113 4, 6 | not in order to conform himself to their sins, but to draw 114 4, 6 | flies sloth, rising above himself and his senses with hatred 115 4, 6 | may be more eager to fly himself and come to Me. And if it 116 4, 6 | vocal prayers, or busies himself with some corporal exercises, 117 4, 6 | true humility, for he deems himself unworthy of the peace and 118 4, 6 | of pain, for he despises himself in his own mind with hatred 119 4, 6 | brother more obedient than himself he regards him in his eagerness 120 4, 6 | of poverty that he blames himself for considering even the 121 4, 6 | morrow, but rather depriving himself today of what he needs, 122 4, 6 | whoever will not humble himself like this child (that is, 123 4, 6 | heaven. For he who humbles himself, dearest daughter, will 124 4, 6 | exalted, and he who exalts himself will be humbled,' which 125 4, 8 | order with so much pain to himself and others, that in this 126 4, 8 | superior, insupportable to himself. What a terrible thing it 127 4, 8 | disobedience, to which he has made himself a slave, for of disobedience 128 4, 8 | one else deceives him but himself. Wishing to please himself 129 4, 8 | himself. Wishing to please himself he only gives himself displeasure, 130 4, 8 | please himself he only gives himself displeasure, for the actions 131 4, 8 | therefore, how he deludes himself; for, wishing to fly pain, 132 4, 8 | wherefore he miserably deceives himself. What fruit is produced 133 4, 8 | or of providing food for himself like this wretched man, 134 4, 8 | because he loves no one but himself, and that not with a reasonable 135 4, 9 | disciple; he did not think of himself, but thought only with the 136 4, 9 | self-will, and abandoned himself with self-hatred to the 137 4, 9 | obedience in the ship, allowing himself to be guided by his superior, 138 Lette, 0| people, and lucky he thought himself who was able to touch it.


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