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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| with his hands, saying: 'What are you doing here? why 2 Intro, 0| said: 'Oh, if you had seen what I see, you would not distract 3 Intro, 0| about in this world, by what seems to have been the inevitable 4 Intro, 0| his See, to bring about what was, for the moment, the 5 Intro, 0| almost unique specimen of what may be called "ecclesiastical" 6 Intro, 0| as their starting-point what, to most, is the goal hardly 7 1, 1 | clearly, I will mention what I remember having heard 8 1, 2 | neediness of the world, and in what a tempest of offense against 9 1, 4 | What fruit do they receive? ~ 10 1, 4 | allow the world to show them what it is, so that, feeling 11 2, 1 | individual, and according to what the soul sees she can do 12 2, 1 | when they have rendered what is due to Me and to themselves, 13 2, 3 | penance for My sake, asking, 'What can I do to endure suffering 14 2, 4 | you grant them mercy. For what is it to me if I have life, 15 2, 4 | clemency of Your Holy Spirit. What reason had You for creating 16 2, 4 | likeness. Oh, abyss of love! What heart can help breaking 17 2, 4 | corrupted clay of Adam. For what reason? -- Love. Wherefore, 18 2, 5 | What I say of the universal body 19 2, 5 | My Church. See then with what ignorance and darkness, 20 2, 5 | are administered, and with what filthy hands are handled 21 2, 5 | blood of My spouse, and with what presumption and irreverence 22 2, 6 | only do they not attribute what they have received to grace, 23 2, 7 | life. See, therefore, under what obligations the creature 24 2, 9 | inflamed by such great love? What heart can help breaking 25 2, 9 | Supreme and Eternal Goodness. What moves You to do us such 26 2, 11 | the traveler. Do you know what these stones are? They are 27 2, 13 | practiced, first Himself, what He afterwards taught you, 28 2, 13 | example and life of the Truth. What has now remained of all 29 2, 13 | height of Heaven. This is what He meant when He said, ' 30 2, 14 | finally conquered? Death! By what means? Mercy! Your Mercy 31 2, 14 | body of Your Holy Church. What has done this? Your Mercy. 32 2, 15 | between the two, except what may be between a finite 33 2, 18 | they, like thieves, steal what is Mine, and give it to 34 2, 25 | they cannot desire except what I desire, because their 35 2, 27 | does not know and discern what is true good, and of profit 36 2, 27 | them, and I have shown them what it is to love anything without 37 2, 28 | eternal life. Do you know what is the special good of the 38 2, 28 | their desire filled with what they desire; wherefore desiring 39 2, 28 | they desire nothing but what I desire. If I allow the 40 2, 29 | this life, no matter in what condition, that could be 41 2, 29 | Body of Your only Son, and what method should be used so 42 2, 30 | three steps, and to tell you what method they who want to 43 2, 30 | midst of them; and this is what My truth, the Word Incarnate, 44 2, 32 | Now you have seen to what way you should keep, and 45 2, 37 | is imperfect. Do you know what proves the imperfection 46 2, 37 | My providence, and that what I give and promise to My 47 2, 39 | Eternal Word, according to what I told you in the treatise 48 2, 40 | My Son. I have told you what was meant by the three powers 49 2, 40 | friend grows into a son. What means does he take to arrive 50 2, 40 | sin, recognizing it for what it is, begins to weep from 51 2, 40 | arrives at perfection, and what she does when she is perfect. 52 2, 40 | she is perfect. This is what she does. Though she perceives 53 2, 40 | of Holy Church. This is what the soul does in order to 54 2, 41 | any return from him, and what you do to him, I count as 55 3, 2 | acquired perfection. By what means is this acquired? 56 3, 3 | reality come from Me, which is what My sweet servant S. Gregory 57 3, 5 | but the principal part of what He said I will tell you. 58 3, 5 | you (said My Truth to you) what you asked of Me." ~ 59 3, 9 | resistance, but said: 'My Lord, what do You wish me to do? Show 60 3, 10 | cannot desire other than what I desire, and though they 61 3, 11 | and I will fill it up with what it lacks, taking away the 62 3, 11 | such a one can only offer what he has himself, and, because 63 3, 11 | appear to you, that, from what he says, the Scriptures 64 3, 12 | had had with God, and by what she had heard and tasted 65 3, 12 | learnt in the Truth but what is seen by the eye of the 66 3, 15 | only, no tongue can tell what different sorrows may cause 67 3, 17 | declare to me in detail, what You have already said in 68 3, 18 | may the better understand what I shall say to you, I shall 69 3, 18 | earth, so that, seeing in what her true beauty consisted, 70 3, 19 | receive everything, which is what the souls in the second 71 3, 20 | nothing else except seeing in what way she can preserve and 72 3, 20 | of perfection. She knows what this perfection is, having 73 3, 20 | when you were thinking in what way you could arrive at 74 3, 20 | desire of doing so. You know what was replied to you, while 75 3, 21 | In what way they, who stand in the 76 3, 21 | away, and though they have what they desire, disgust is 77 3, 22 | the Devil or ourselves! What moved you to do it? Love, 78 3, 22 | because I know, from seeing what it has pleased You to manifest, 79 3, 23 | his own way, according to what he has received and will 80 3, 24 | that you change the form of what I have given you, but that 81 3, 25 | And with what eye, dearest daughter, should 82 3, 25 | sentiment of the soul. With what eye is It to be seen? With 83 3, 26 | See, dearest daughter, in what an excellent state is the 84 3, 28 | of the Holy Spirit. With what have they administered it? 85 3, 28 | each one his nourishment. What caused them to do thus? 86 3, 29 | excellence of good priests (for what I have shown you is only 87 3, 29 | you is only a sample of what that excellence really is), 88 3, 29 | obliged to possess, and in what great reverence you should 89 3, 30 | one and the same thing. What joy such a soul receives 90 3, 31 | great battle they know not what to do. They are not nourished 91 3, 31 | intellect a very small part of what happens, and so small is 92 3, 31 | happens, and so small is what I have shown you with regard 93 3, 31 | shown you with regard to what it really is, to the suffering, 94 3, 32 | and filled with darkness. What was the cause of this? Love. 95 3, 32 | caused me to ask You. Alas! what a wretched and sorrowful 96 3, 32 | Your truth and pray. For what do they pray? For with the 97 3, 32 | That Blood is what Your hungry servants beg 98 4, 1 | obedience may be found, and what it is that destroys it, 99 4, 1 | is that destroys it, and what is the sign of a man's possessing 100 4, 1 | man's possessing it, and what accompanies and nourishes 101 4, 1 | obedience is to be found, and what is the cause of its loss, 102 4, 1 | shameful death of the Cross. What destroys obedience? Look 103 4, 1 | source whence it proceeds. What caused the great obedience 104 4, 2 | will never find it, and what will prove to them, that 105 4, 3 | as to delay repentance. What is the reason of all this, 106 4, 3 | those who taste it truly. What has placed them in so blessed 107 4, 5 | seeking by that light in what place and in what way she 108 4, 5 | light in what place and in what way she can pay her debt, 109 4, 5 | the Holy Spirit. See with what judgment Benedict ordered 110 4, 5 | ordered his ship; see with what perfection and order of 111 4, 5 | to her by My goodness. At what table does he feed his sons 112 4, 6 | by the light of faith to what ruin they would come if 113 4, 6 | bitterness and in sadness. What makes war on obedience? 114 4, 6 | depriving himself today of what he needs, thinking only 115 4, 7 | and also eternal lift; and what is meant by this one, and 116 4, 7 | and have followed You, what will you give us?' My Truth 117 4, 7 | hundredfold for one.' And what is this hundredfold, beloved 118 4, 7 | obtained eternal life? To what did My Truth refer? To temporal 119 4, 7 | temporal goods? In return for what do I this? In return for 120 4, 7 | repay him a hundredfold. What is the meaning of the number 121 4, 8 | insupportable to himself. What a terrible thing it is, 122 4, 8 | everything is the contrary to what it would be for the obedient 123 4, 8 | miserably deceives himself. What fruit is produced by this 124 4, 8 | giving him eternal death. And what stench comes from this fruit, 125 4, 8 | felt it no shame to commit. What is the cause of this? Disobedience. 126 4, 9 | they wish to see reason in what is ordered them by their 127 4, 9 | and disordinate fear. And what is the food of this spouse 128 4, 9 | Truth in the Incarnate Word. What does she drink? The Blood, 129 4, 11 | the love of my neighbor. What has constrained me? Not 130 4, 11 | Godhead, oh! Sea Profound! what more could You give me than 131 4, 11 | the soul is certain of what she believes. This water 132 Lette, 0| I will write in any case what my feeble eyes have seen, 133 Lette, 0| feeble eyes have seen, and what the dull senses of my soul 134 Lette, 0| Blood of Christ. So I did what she asked, and she, keeping 135 Lette, 0| Oh! had you seen with what humility and reverence she


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