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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| history of the middle ages than of that of any more recent 2 Intro, 0| anonymous forces of his time than by the superior skill or 3 Intro, 0| has been complete for more than five hundred years; in truth 4 Intro, 0| present population at less than 23,000. The free Ghibelline 5 Intro, 0| Catherine of Siena. More than 500 years have passed since 6 Intro, 0| profoundly more significant than that of poor Madonna Pia, 7 Intro, 0| who was a little older than herself, to the house of 8 Intro, 0| counsel -- and possibly more than counsel -- Clement had submitted 9 Intro, 0| Boniface, rather flourished than otherwise under persecution. 10 Intro, 0| radically revolutionary than that of any heretics before 11 Intro, 0| of canonized common sense than by exalted flights of spirituality. 12 Intro, 0| their temporal ruler no less than as their spiritual father. 13 Intro, 0| last it is nothing more than a mystical exposition of 14 1, 5 | proved in any other way than by suffering, and patience 15 1, 6 | him of grace, and worse than this he cannot do to his 16 1, 6 | one's self to be greater than he; and in this way is injury 17 1, 7 | conversation, to this rather than to other virtues, and, by 18 1, 7 | wish for no other thing than love, for in the love of 19 2, 1 | affection in virtue rather than in penance. Penance should 20 2, 1 | of discretion is no other than a true knowledge which the 21 2, 2 | can live by nothing else than love; and, that if this 22 2, 3 | founded on any other principle than this, I judge to be a mere 23 2, 3 | the slaying of his body, than he who does less, inasmuch 24 2, 6 | after the Passion of Christ than before; and how God promises 25 2, 6 | I desired anything else than their sanctification. ~ 26 2, 6 | in the Blood of My Son, than they would have been before 27 2, 6 | owe after the redemption than before. For they are now 28 2, 6 | Christian is punished more than a pagan, and the deathless 29 2, 6 | Redemption of the Blood than before, because man received 30 2, 10 | then, I could not show you, than to lay down My life for 31 2, 13 | doctrine by example rather than by words; for He practiced, 32 2, 15 | any comparison, far more than you can see, because your 33 2, 17 | his desire to be greater than his neighbor. It also brings 34 2, 17 | herself, and creatures more than Me, and has made a god of 35 2, 21 | of her first condemnation than on account of My displeasure, 36 2, 21 | judging her misery greater than My mercy. This is that sin 37 2, 21 | this last sin graver to Me than all the other sins that 38 2, 21 | was more grave to My Son than was his betrayal of Him. 39 2, 21 | their sin to be greater than My mercy, and, on that account, 40 2, 21 | over their condemnation than over My displeasure, and 41 2, 22 | torments, and to see Me, than to be without the torments 42 2, 22 | until the Day of Judgment, than to see him again. With all 43 2, 23 | appear other to the blind than to the illuminated one, 44 2, 27 | await no other judgment than that of their own conscience, 45 2, 27 | counting My mercy greater than their sins. The wicked sinners 46 2, 27 | rather to die of hunger than to pass a little thorn. 47 2, 28 | who cannot desire other than good, for which I permit 48 2, 41 | consolation, or another loved more than he. In these and in many 49 3, 1 | more conflict and trouble than when the soul is not occupied 50 3, 2 | prayers are rather words than love. Such as these give 51 3, 2 | confusion of spirit be greater than the broadness of My good 52 3, 2 | were, by conscience, rather than abandon that which she had 53 3, 5 | the eye of their intellect than Christ crucified, not the 54 3, 5 | see how much more I loved than I could show you by finite 55 3, 5 | showing that I loved more than I could show, with finite 56 3, 6 | often more to the sinner than to the righteous man, because 57 3, 10 | they cannot desire other than what I desire, and though 58 3, 10 | acquiring it with pain, than in any other way obtain 59 3, 11 | humble and holy conscience than to a proud lettered man. ~ 60 3, 11 | Scripture rather literally than with understanding, and 61 3, 11 | and upright conscience, than to a proud lettered man, 62 3, 12 | be learnt from any other than from the Truth Himself, 63 3, 16 | This flower stinks less than that of false judgment, 64 3, 16 | sin can turn no other way than to the earth, the fragile 65 3, 16 | except in something greater than himself. Greater than himself 66 3, 16 | greater than himself. Greater than himself there is nothing 67 3, 18 | consist in nothing else than in loving that which I hate, 68 3, 19 | mortification of the body than in the destruction of their 69 3, 19 | second light, more perfect than the former general one. ~ 70 3, 19 | mortification of the body than in the destruction of their 71 3, 19 | mortification of the body, rather than in the destruction of their 72 3, 19 | serve Him better in that way than in this.' And this is the 73 3, 20 | purity, with no other regard than for the praise and glory 74 3, 20 | anxious to slay their own will than to slay and mortify their 75 3, 20 | seek or wish anything else than to follow My sweet Truth, 76 3, 20 | holiness which he sees, than if he were to see all traveling 77 3, 22 | they attend to nothing else than to complete in themselves, 78 3, 23 | worthy of graver reproof now than before, because you have 79 3, 24 | greater dignity and excellence than the angels, for I took your 80 3, 24 | ounce has less of the light than he whose candle weighs a 81 3, 24 | has the fire touched it, than it is extinguished, and 82 3, 27 | demands in them greater purity than in other creatures. ~ 83 3, 28 | the darkness of injustice, than from any other causes. ~ 84 3, 28 | penance, bore more pain than they who received it; and 85 3, 29 | virtue grows weak, any more than in the case of those virtuous 86 3, 30 | as has been said, more than others. Oh! how happy are 87 3, 31 | be suffered in this world than see it; and so greatly does 88 3, 31 | wherefore he dares not ask other than justice. ~ 89 3, 31 | and injures them much more than all the other sins which 90 3, 31 | making his sin to be greater than mercy and goodness. Wherefore, 91 3, 31 | greater without any comparison than all the sins which any creature 92 3, 31 | Me miserably. Oh! blinder than the blind! You have hidden 93 3, 31 | and blackness on a white, than when they are separated. 94 3, 31 | their torments are greater than those of others, just as 95 3, 31 | Hell in greater torment than a pagan, because he had 96 3, 31 | wretches will be punished more than other Christians for the 97 3, 31 | they being much more guilty than seculars, according to their 98 3, 32 | gave much more, more even than I knew how to ask for. Wherefore 99 3, 32 | saving so many creatures, than in leaving them obstinate 100 4, 1 | which one is more perfect than the other, not that they 101 4, 1 | who abased Himself more than He did! He was sated with 102 4, 1 | And who was more patient than He? for His cry was never 103 4, 2 | by My Word. Oh! blinder than the blind, for, having spoiled 104 4, 5 | them, but they had more than their needs demanded. But 105 4, 5 | higher degree of perfection than another, yet all perfect 106 4, 5 | rather by means of prayer than by human study. He was a 107 4, 6 | observing aright their order than by him doing so alone. Wherefore 108 4, 6 | a brother more obedient than himself he regards him in 109 4, 8 | wretch be in any other state than suffering, for he is deprived 110 4, 8 | wearisome to have obeyed by love than without it. Oh! how deluded 111 4, 8 | appearance. His life is lower than an animal's, and he does 112 4, 8 | swimming with his arms, than the good religious in the 113 4, 9 | early will not have more than he who comes late, as My 114 4, 9 | obeys rather the intention than the word, judging that the 115 4, 9 | rather obeys the intention than the word. He also obeys 116 4, 9 | placed in the fire, rather than transgress My obedience, 117 4, 9 | understood by anything smaller than itself, like a vessel, which, 118 4, 10 | provided as you know. Further than this, I have explained My 119 4, 10 | demand this of you now more than at first, for now I have 120 4, 11 | what more could You give me than Yourself; You are the fire 121 Lette, 0| frame to greater weakness than would be suffered by one 122 Lette, 0| observe no other movement than her breathing, continuous, 123 Lette, 0| believe, she repeated more than sixty times, raising each 124 Lette, 0| I think, for our example than for her own need, and then,


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