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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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charity

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1 Intro, 0| religioso, forgetting his noble charity at the time of the plague, 2 1, 4 | in itself except through charity, and humility, which is 3 1, 4 | foster-mother and nurse of charity. In self-knowledge, then, 4 1, 4 | are in a state of ordinary charity, wherefore, if they have 5 1, 5 | that the love of divine charity is so closely joined in 6 1, 6 | should proceed from the charity which he has through love 7 1, 6 | love Me, he cannot be in charity with his neighbor; and thus, 8 1, 7 | self-love, which destroys charity and affection towards the 9 1, 7 | indeed did I say to you, that charity gives life to all the virtues, 10 1, 7 | can be obtained without charity, which is the pure love 11 2, 1 | self-knowledge, and, wedding with charity, has indeed many other descendants, 12 2, 1 | foster-mother and nurse of charity, by whose means this tree 13 2, 2 | the divine love of perfect charity, she cannot produce fruit 14 2, 3 | discretion which proceeds from charity. So you see how discreetly 15 2, 3 | to you when he says that charity ought to be concerned first 16 2, 4 | seeing the breadth of His charity, that, with such sweetness, 17 2, 9 | love, -- "Oh, inestimable Charity, sweet above all sweetness! 18 2, 9 | It seems, oh, Abyss of Charity, as if you were mad with 19 2, 25 | finishes in the affection of charity and the bonds of love, cannot 20 2, 27 | righteous, who have lived in charity and died in love, if they 21 2, 27 | of death with an ordinary charity (not in that great perfection), 22 2, 30 | goodness, and the increate charity with which I created her, 23 2, 32 | dwelling in the life of common charity, finds to drink, tasting 24 2, 33 | you behold the fire of My charity, and the will to love and 25 2, 35 | and brought the fire of My charity into your humanity with 26 2, 37 | neighbor, and withdrawing their charity if they see their own profit 27 2, 38 | is to say, of My love and charity in the soul, is made through 28 2, 38 | such fire of love. Now this charity is manifested in two ways; 29 2, 38 | taste the fire of Divine charity, and to conceive the true 30 2, 40 | every virtue proceeds from charity, and charity is nourished 31 2, 40 | proceeds from charity, and charity is nourished by humility, 32 2, 40 | with this love, My divine charity, exercising himself in the 33 2, 40 | of Me, who am the fire of charity. How does she await me? 34 2, 40 | for the affection of My charity, and knowing that I desire 35 3, 1 | note well) for obedience or charity's sake. For no other reason 36 3, 2 | affections to the abundance of My charity, which was made visible 37 3, 2 | with the fire of divine charity, giving her the food of 38 3, 2 | finds the breadth of My charity and the remission of her 39 3, 2 | strike me with the stick of charity.' The soul, therefore, should 40 3, 2 | sometimes in the broadness of My charity, and sometimes by placing 41 3, 2 | communicate in the affection of charity, which they taste by means 42 3, 2 | appointed time, according as charity commands for the salvation 43 3, 2 | made with the affection of charity, which charity is itself 44 3, 2 | affection of charity, which charity is itself continual prayer. 45 3, 4 | to her, with the fire of charity, in which charity, while 46 3, 4 | fire of charity, in which charity, while still remaining in 47 3, 4 | passions, and through which charity she participates in the 48 3, 4 | perfection, and, through this charity, which is of the Holy Spirit, 49 3, 4 | state, in which they taste charity and give birth to it on 50 3, 5 | knew the fire of divine Charity, and so, if you remember 51 3, 5 | with the fire of Divine charity, because, through love was 52 3, 5 | and this way the Divine charity provided, knowing the infirmity 53 3, 5 | of Blood. This the Divine charity provided in the Sacrament 54 3, 5 | united with the fire of My charity, and by the general baptism, 55 3, 6 | in the abundance of My charity, I give them time, and do 56 3, 6 | made for them, I use My charity and mercy, withdrawing neither 57 3, 6 | worldly men My mercy and charity shine, and they render praise 58 3, 6 | virtues of patience and charity, causing them to suffer 59 3, 7 | only to deprive them of charity. But in thinking to deprive 60 3, 8 | had the affection of My charity, which I showed you by means 61 3, 9 | inflaming him with the fire of charity. He became a vessel, disposed 62 3, 9 | with the doctrine of My charity. I illuminated him perfectly 63 3, 9 | defects, and founded him in My charity." ~ 64 3, 10 | they find the blaze of My charity, which charity is a fire 65 3, 10 | blaze of My charity, which charity is a fire proceeding from 66 3, 11 | had it in the affection of charity and purity. To the obedient 67 3, 11 | ravished by the fire of My charity, in which charity it receives 68 3, 11 | of My charity, in which charity it receives the supernatural 69 3, 15 | tasting the fire of My divine charity, and having passed from 70 3, 18 | those who live in ordinary charity. (I shall repeat to you 71 3, 25 | she tastes My Burning Charity, My Ineffable Love, with 72 3, 26 | say, the heat of My Divine charity, and the clemency of the 73 3, 27 | souls I demand purity and charity, that they should love Me 74 3, 27 | only-begotten Son, with the fire of charity, and a hunger for the salvation 75 3, 27 | instrument of the soul in perfect charity; and I do not wish them 76 3, 28 | through the privation of charity. So you see that they are 77 3, 28 | through the largeness of their charity, and of the hope that they 78 3, 29 | according to the demands of charity, and thus I wish you to 79 3, 29 | goodness, with the garment of charity. Know well that I wish to 80 3, 30 | the office of remaining in charity with his neighbor, to them 81 3, 30 | inscribed by their ardent charity with My name, they showed 82 3, 31 | the armor of affection and charity; because, as members of 83 3, 31 | should dilate themselves in charity, and in the consideration 84 3, 31 | in which they hoped, in charity and love of virtue, and 85 3, 31 | who has lived in ardent charity, exults in joy, while the 86 3, 31 | themselves the love and charity which they should have to 87 3, 32 | and Eternal Fire, Abyss of Charity. Oh! Supreme and Eternal 88 3, 32 | the abyss and fire of Your charity. And can a wretch like me 89 3, 32 | the graces and the burning charity that You have shown and 90 3, 32 | particular to me beyond common charity, and the love that You show 91 3, 32 | that the affection of Your charity itself will render You thanks, 92 3, 32 | from Your Greatness and Charity, through the love which 93 4, 1 | truly love or not. Wherefore charity, the mother of patience, 94 4, 1 | foster-mother and nurse of charity, and with the same milk 95 4, 2 | is conceived and born of charity, on her is founded the rock 96 4, 2 | germinate with the heat of charity, all of which as well as 97 4, 5 | true poverty and fraternal charity, their temporal substance 98 4, 5 | and yet they all remain in charity, so with the principal foundation 99 4, 5 | burnt in the furnace of My charity, so that he never slackened 100 4, 6 | taking the spouse which charity gives him, together with 101 4, 6 | of faith by her mother, Charity, should be offended; so 102 4, 6 | the enemy of humility and charity. Impatience is the enemy 103 4, 6 | love and the breadth of his charity. Of his cell he makes a 104 4, 6 | labor, but serving all with charity. The obedient man does not 105 4, 7 | recommencing from the first. So charity is the most perfect of all 106 4, 7 | possess eternal life, for charity alone enters into eternal 107 4, 7 | the other virtues, Queen Charity alone enters and possesses 108 4, 7 | receive the fire of divine charity figured by the number of 109 4, 7 | for there is no sadness in charity, but the joy of it makes 110 4, 7 | dissembling and ambition, because charity is an open book to be read 111 4, 7 | Wherefore the soul who possesses charity never falls into trouble, 112 4, 8 | suffering, for he is deprived of charity, he is obliged by force 113 4, 8 | obliged. He has no fraternal charity, because he loves no one 114 4, 9 | prayer, except for necessity, charity, or obedience. I say this 115 4, 9 | burning in the furnace of charity, anointed with humility, 116 4, 11 | clemency, I have found Your charity, and the love of my neighbor. 117 4, 11 | my virtues, but only Your charity. May that same charity constrain 118 4, 11 | Your charity. May that same charity constrain You to illuminate 119 4, 11 | burn in the fire of Your charity, and may that fire so work 120 Lette, 0| grateful for your great charity and tender love towards


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