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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| to lose would venture on any personal heresy as to the 2 Intro, 0| middle ages than of that of any more recent period, nor 3 Intro, 0| understand the state of Europe at any particular moment of that 4 Intro, 0| office and the individual, by any means shrink from contemplating 5 Intro, 0| revolutionary than that of any heretics before or since. 6 Intro, 0| many-colored threads that have at any time attached his hopes 7 1, 4 | punished in this finite time by any pain which is sustained 8 1, 5 | Patience cannot be proved in any other way than by suffering, 9 1, 6 | would yourselves, without any passion of self-love; and 10 1, 7 | goodness, she loves it without any medium, and yet at the same 11 1, 7 | medium of herself or of any advantage accruing to herself, 12 1, 7 | sincere counsel without any respect of persons, another 13 1, 8 | is faithful to Me, do him any harm; his infidelity does 14 2, 1 | virtue of discretion, or any fruit of life, if it were 15 2, 3 | other works, founded on any other principle than this, 16 2, 3 | placed in penance only, or in any exterior corporal act, such 17 2, 4 | possible for her to have lived any longer. This soul then, 18 2, 5 | Christian people, and also any other people who should 19 2, 6 | lose their being through any torment which they receive. 20 2, 6 | perceive this, nor to pay any attention to their own sins, 21 2, 11 | walk speedily, and without any servile fear of the rain 22 2, 11 | because He is light without any falsehood. And, with that 23 2, 12 | great toil, and without any refreshment or advantage. 24 2, 13 | Son -- 'Do not stand here any longer, for He is seated 25 2, 13 | follow this road, without any cloud of doubt, but with 26 2, 15 | that My mercy is without any comparison, far more than 27 2, 16 | filthy actions. Neither does any sin, abominable as it may 28 2, 17 | does not let the miser have any happiness out of his own 29 2, 18 | their dependents, and of any person who falls into their 30 2, 19 | that no one could say that any vice remained that was not 31 2, 20 | My Truth. Thus no one has any excuse, because both reproof 32 2, 24 | the damned cannot desire any good. ~ 33 2, 24 | they cannot will or desire any good, but they continually 34 2, 24 | the damned souls cannot do any good to their neighbor, 35 2, 25 | of grace, they cannot sin any more. And their will is 36 2, 25 | Not that they can work any good, but they rejoice and 37 2, 25 | that is, they cannot do any meritorious act, by which 38 2, 26 | be with the Devil without any remedy or hope -- each one 39 2, 27 | And no one should fear any battle or temptation of 40 2, 27 | injured by the guilt of sin in any temptation, but will even 41 2, 27 | I do not draw away from any creature who wants to come 42 2, 28 | Me, and taste Me without any revolt, for they have left 43 2, 28 | there, neither is there any pain. They bear everything 44 2, 32 | not being turned back by any contrary wind that may arise, 45 2, 33 | proceeds securely without any servile fear, having ascended 46 2, 37 | not only could he not bear any pain himself, but his terror 47 2, 41 | My love sincerely without any self-regarding considerations, 48 2, 41 | be drunk in Me, without any self-regarding considerations. 49 2, 41 | grace, without expecting any return from him, and what 50 3, 1 | rises from holy prayer, for any reason except (note well) 51 3, 2 | say, either on account of any thought or movement coming 52 3, 2 | body, or of the words of any creature. The Devil often 53 3, 2 | the humble mind, nor can any confusion of spirit be greater 54 3, 2 | be not omitted. But, in any other case, vocal prayer 55 3, 10 | acquiring it with pain, than in any other way obtain Eternal 56 3, 11 | understood; not through any defect of the Scriptures, 57 3, 12 | truth cannot be learnt from any other than from the Truth 58 3, 13 | neighbor, loving Me without any regard whatsoever for themselves. 59 3, 14 | neighbor's loss, and not for any penalty or loss due to herself; 60 3, 14 | Myself loved, and without any consideration of Myself 61 3, 15 | Me in very truth, without any fear of ever losing that 62 3, 15 | worth nothing, nor would any virtue of yours have any 63 3, 15 | any virtue of yours have any life if you served Me with 64 3, 18 | Creator (not that by this law any man can be constrained to 65 3, 18 | be constrained to commit any, even the smallest sin, 66 3, 18 | does not constrain you to any sin by its strivings, but 67 3, 20 | judge of My servants, or of any rational creature, but rejoices 68 3, 20 | are never scandalized by any murmurings of men, either 69 3, 20 | those they love, nor from any rational creature, their 70 3, 20 | while the soul, who, without any medium, unites herself directly 71 3, 20 | may see done or said by any creature whatsoever, either 72 3, 22 | in no way, can I judge any rational creature, and particularly 73 3, 22 | and opinion, and without any passing judgment on their 74 3, 22 | neighbor, or causing him any scandal or murmuring. And 75 3, 24 | it, and is not defiled by any impurity on which it shines, 76 3, 24 | either by death or from any other cause. So that you 77 3, 24 | said, either on account of any imperfection of yours who 78 3, 24 | receives the Sacrament, or by any defect which may be in the 79 3, 24 | may be in the soul, or by any defect of him who administers 80 3, 24 | divided, or diminished in any way, nor can it be detached 81 3, 28 | correcting them without any servile fear, because they 82 3, 28 | gardeners corrected them without any servile fear, being free 83 3, 28 | free from it, and without any sin, for they balanced exactly 84 3, 28 | of injustice, than from any other causes. ~ 85 3, 28 | divine law, can be kept in any degree without holy justice, 86 3, 28 | So, were the prelate, or any other lord having subjects, 87 3, 28 | and do not (if there be any now) act so. And they are 88 3, 28 | fleeing from or refusing any labor, but with zeal for 89 3, 29 | of seculars on account of any personal defect, for those 90 3, 29 | whose virtue grows weak, any more than in the case of 91 3, 30 | placed no inordinate love in any fellow-creature or in any 92 3, 30 | any fellow-creature or in any created thing; having lived 93 3, 30 | not give them trouble or any fear, because in them is 94 3, 31 | creature would rather choose any pain that can be suffered 95 3, 31 | himself denuded and without any virtue, and on whichever 96 3, 31 | mercy is greater without any comparison than all the 97 3, 31 | than all the sins which any creature can commit; wherefore 98 3, 31 | have given prelacies or any charge of souls unjustly 99 3, 31 | there is no reason that any one should remind him of 100 3, 31 | his own life was devoid of any; and I wish you to know 101 3, 32 | these evils. Do not put off any longer Your merciful designs 102 3, 32 | wherefore You can not deny it to any one who truly asks for it. 103 4, 2 | cannot hurt her, nor can any tempest reach the interior 104 4, 3 | they taste peace without any disturbance, they receive 105 4, 3 | possess every good without any evil, safety without any 106 4, 3 | any evil, safety without any fear, riches without any 107 4, 3 | any fear, riches without any poverty, satiety without 108 4, 5 | Himself through the defects of any of His religious subjects 109 4, 5 | not desiring to please any creature but only your will; 110 4, 5 | Mine, if they should hold any possessions, either privately 111 4, 5 | spreading the faith without any fear, to such an extent 112 4, 6 | door, as you may see in any real door. They should keep 113 4, 6 | free and in peace without any war, for there is no one 114 4, 8 | how can this wretch be in any other state than suffering, 115 4, 9 | how could it possibly do any good, but, without inquiring 116 4, 11 | sweetness. Oh! Sweet, without any bitter, oh! Eternal Trinity, 117 Lette, 0| narration, I will write in any case what my feeble eyes 118 Lette, 0| could force herself to take any, and, when she did so, she 119 Lette, 0| long time without giving any sign of life. Then, rising, 120 Lette, 0| earth in such a state that any one who had seen her would 121 Lette, 0| Compline on Tuesday, without any odor being perceptible,


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