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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| able to endure this without pain, began with tears to reproach 2 1, 3 | not through the finite pain endured, but through the 3 1, 3 | Me offended, their every pain, whether spiritual or corporeal, 4 1, 3 | against their guilt, their pain is held worthy. Paul explained 5 1, 4 | this finite time by any pain which is sustained purely 6 1, 4 | guilt is punished by the pain which is endured through 7 1, 4 | heart; not by virtue of the pain, but by virtue of the desire 8 1, 4 | deeming themselves worthy of pain and unworthy of reward, 9 1, 4 | she continues in constant pain; not, however, a pain which 10 1, 4 | constant pain; not, however, a pain which afflicts or dries 11 1, 4 | not through the finite pain; and such as have this contrition 12 1, 5 | willing desire to bear every pain and fatigue, even unto death, 13 1, 5 | more she knows, the more pain and intolerable grief she 14 1, 5 | of love, grows grief and pain, wherefore he that grows 15 2, 5 | not only on account of the pain which it sustained in its 16 2, 14 | to withdraw from their pain Your servants, and give 17 2, 20 | creatures, susceptible of pain like you, having the same 18 2, 21 | fault, not on account of the pain of Hell that follows upon 19 2, 21 | upon it, but on account of pain at her offense against Me, 20 2, 21 | grieving on account of the pain they expect for their sin; 21 2, 22 | sufficient to narrate the pain of these poor souls. As 22 2, 22 | vision of Me, which is such pain to them, that, were it possible, 23 2, 22 | This first pain revives in them, then, the 24 2, 22 | of the Devil is the third pain and redoubles to them their 25 2, 22 | but only for their own pain, have they thus so miserably 26 2, 23 | General Judgment, when the pain of the miserable soul is 27 2, 23 | Him, letting Him suffer pain and torment like man, not 28 2, 24 | their damnation, and he saw pain increased to himself, on 29 2, 25 | tediousness of satiety and the pain of hunger are far from her. 30 2, 25 | Wherefore they feel not the pain of desire. And think not, 31 2, 25 | have not, on that account, pain, because no bliss is lacking 32 2, 26 | the General Judgment, the pain of the damned will increase. ~ 33 2, 26 | is to them an increase of pain, as, to the righteous, the 34 2, 26 | Blessed increases their pain. With pain they await the 35 2, 26 | increases their pain. With pain they await the Last Day 36 2, 26 | following it, an increase of pain to themselves. And so will 37 2, 26 | The pain and confusion of the darkened 38 2, 26 | they have committed, with pain and torture. And when they 39 2, 26 | be burnt with intolerable pain, as the head and principle 40 2, 27 | her final place either of pain or of glory, before she 41 2, 27 | they cannot escape enduring pain, for no one can pass through 42 2, 27 | My servants pass without pain, but their pain is alleviated. 43 2, 27 | without pain, but their pain is alleviated. And because -- 44 2, 28 | passes this life without pain. ~ 45 2, 28 | passes this life without pain, bodily or mental. Bodily 46 2, 28 | bodily or mental. Bodily pain My servants bear, but their 47 2, 28 | feel the weariness of the pain; for their will is accorded 48 2, 28 | that gives trouble to man. Pain of mind and of body have 49 2, 28 | desires. And as I told you pain is far from the desire, 50 2, 28 | sensitive will, which gives pain and afflicts the mind of 51 2, 28 | there, neither is there any pain. They bear everything with 52 2, 28 | of mind and deserving of pain, and so they proceed with 53 2, 28 | little sin merits infinite pain, because it is against Me, 54 2, 32 | Father, there can be no pain, but in My Son there can 55 2, 32 | but in My Son there can be pain. And you, while you are 56 2, 32 | life, cannot be without pain, because the earth, through 57 2, 32 | this mortal life without pain, and in Me, the Father, 58 2, 32 | Father, there can be no pain, but in Him there can be 59 2, 32 | but in Him there can be pain, and therefore of Him did 60 2, 34 | fearing their own personal pain, and she saw others, practicing 61 2, 37 | through the fear of enduring pain, and those in the second, 62 2, 37 | only could he not bear any pain himself, but his terror 63 2, 37 | of the very approach of pain caused him to fall, and 64 2, 40 | consolation and afflicted by pain, she may recognize her own 65 2, 41 | shown when the lover feels pain if it appear to him that 66 3, 4 | only-begotten Son, not fearing pain, but rather glorying therein. 67 3, 4 | to be willing to suffer pain, and, coming out of the 68 3, 5 | and do not wish to suffer pain, but only to have the delight 69 3, 5 | the actual work of bearing pain and torment, and yet I had 70 3, 5 | could show you by finite pain. I poured from it Blood 71 3, 5 | which human nature endures pain in Me, the Word, clothed 72 3, 5 | Deity drew to Himself the pain, which I suffered with so 73 3, 5 | called infinite, not that My pain, neither the actuality of 74 3, 5 | body be infinite, nor the pain of the desire that I had 75 3, 5 | fruit, which came out of the pain and desire for your salvation, 76 3, 5 | could show, with finite pain. I showed to you that My 77 3, 8 | and, though, in her the pain of desire is ended, the 78 3, 8 | in nothing can it suffer pain, because it has that which 79 3, 8 | longer now can give her pain, but only compassion, because 80 3, 8 | because she loves without pain, and prays to Me continually 81 3, 8 | have mercy on the world. Pain in her is ended, but not 82 3, 8 | salvation of souls without pain, because pain ended in their 83 3, 8 | souls without pain, because pain ended in their death, but 84 3, 9 | Myself, because on Me can no pain fall, and I wished him to 85 3, 10 | them to remain, with their pain, for the greater praise 86 3, 10 | desire and the will to suffer pain mitigates the pain caused 87 3, 10 | suffer pain mitigates the pain caused them by their desire 88 3, 10 | not having it they suffer pain, fearing that I reward not 89 3, 10 | Christ, acquiring it with pain, than in any other way obtain 90 3, 14 | eye. If the heart is in pain the eye manifests it. And 91 3, 14 | manifests it. And if the pain be sensual the eye drops 92 3, 14 | receives the meed of mortal pain and tears. It is true that 93 3, 14 | and sweet patience every pain and trouble which I have 94 3, 15 | tearful indeed, though without pain or physical weeping, for 95 3, 16 | weep when their heart feels pain, that is, when they are 96 3, 16 | in continual torment and pain. Weeping follows pain, and 97 3, 16 | and pain. Weeping follows pain, and when he begins to weep 98 3, 21 | disgust, and hunger without pain, for from that divine hunger 99 3, 21 | from that divine hunger pain is far away, and though 100 3, 21 | would prevent her feeling pain in herself, or in others. 101 3, 28 | insult, or opprobrium, or pain, or torment. ~ 102 3, 28 | gave the penance, bore more pain than they who received it; 103 3, 30 | this is not an afflictive pain, but rather profitable, 104 3, 31 | would rather choose any pain that can be suffered in 105 3, 31 | reproved, and for your greater pain and confusion you have before 106 3, 31 | virtue of a just man, and the pain that comes on him who has 107 3, 31 | hope, so that with that pain and knowledge he may pay 108 4, 1 | and mockings. He caused pain to Himself in His bodily 109 4, 3 | impatience endure intolerable pain, for it has seduced them 110 4, 3 | disgust, hunger without pain, light without darkness, 111 4, 5 | obliging his subjects under pain of mortal sin, and illuminated 112 4, 6 | weight of obedience give him pain? No, for he has trampled 113 4, 6 | servants, but rather worthy of pain, for he despises himself 114 4, 6 | can never endure enough pain, for neither his hope nor 115 4, 6 | obedient man does without pain and weariness of mind. He 116 4, 8 | religious order with so much pain to himself and others, that 117 4, 8 | and the change gives him pain, for his will was active 118 4, 8 | himself; for, wishing to fly pain, he on the contrary falls 119 4, 8 | only-begotten Son, who removed pain from it, so that he walks 120 4, 8 | finding on the contrary pain and bitterness. Who is his 121 4, 8 | soul and body living in pain. Why has your brother displeased


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