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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| in his own person, escape its rigors, but must, one day, 2 Intro, 0| external fabric of Catholicism, its sacraments, its priesthood, 3 Intro, 0| Catholicism, its sacraments, its priesthood, its discipline, 4 Intro, 0| sacraments, its priesthood, its discipline, was but the 5 Intro, 0| necessary and sacred in its place, of the Idea of Christianity, 6 Intro, 0| slopes of the hills or with its crenellated wall and slender-necked 7 Intro, 0| from such minor matters. Its worldly ruin has been complete 8 Intro, 0| 1348, carried off 80,000 of its population. Grassy mounds 9 Intro, 0| erection, and Mr. Murray gives its present population at less 10 Intro, 0| had the grace to conceal its presence in the folds of 11 Intro, 0| architecture of the Renaissance at its prime, like the Palazzo 12 Intro, 0| the Holy See in exile lost its ecumenical character and 13 Intro, 0| crown. Such a decline in its position could not fail 14 Intro, 0| not fail to affect even its doctrinal prestige. It was 15 Intro, 0| assuredly in the entirety of its details Christian, but at 16 Intro, 0| weaving together in the web of its own secular experience of 17 Intro, 0| which humanity enshrines its true benefactors. "Soul, 18 Intro, 0| ugliness of sin, as much as its wickedness, should warn 19 Intro, 0| wickedness, should warn us of its true nature. Love, that 20 Intro, 0| Humanity, of the soul in vi‰ on its dusty pilgrimage towards 21 Intro, 0| the twilight of the soul, its tyrant and its gaoler. Many 22 Intro, 0| the soul, its tyrant and its gaoler. Many of those who 23 Intro, 0| extraordinary circumstances of its production, this work has 24 Intro, 0| ecclesiastical" mysticism; for its special value lies in the 25 Intro, 0| sentences, so suggestive in its way of the sing-song articulation 26 1, 4 | it is, so that, feeling its diverse and various passions, 27 1, 6 | every rational creature; but its usefulness is more particular 28 1, 6 | Cruelty towards the body has its origin in cupidity, which 29 1, 7 | thus coming to the aid of its neediness, she strives, 30 1, 7 | the principal object of its virtue; the soul disposing 31 2, 1 | dead, and continually slays its own sensuality through the 32 2, 1 | gives life to the tree, to its branches, and its root, 33 2, 1 | tree, to its branches, and its root, is the ground of humility, 34 2, 2 | with an off-shoot joined to its side, grew in the center 35 2, 2 | beginning, but would have its beginning in knowledge of 36 2, 2 | in knowledge of self, and its end in confusion, if this 37 2, 2 | humility, bringing forth from its side the off-shoot of true 38 2, 3 | the nets of the world and its creatures, and, with unarmed 39 2, 3 | renders to her weakness its due of hatred. ~ 40 2, 5 | defile the Blood nor diminish Its grace and virtue, nor does 41 2, 5 | pain which it sustained in its finite nature, that is in 42 2, 5 | child is not fit to endure its bitterness. He was man's 43 2, 7 | which ever buffets him with its waves, bringing him weariness 44 2, 11 | moistened the mortar for its building with His Blood. 45 2, 13 | this means, the world of its injustice and false judgment, 46 2, 13 | This Bridge, taking its point of departure in you, 47 2, 13 | confessors, narrated in all its love by the Evangelists, 48 2, 15 | own sensitive self-love. Its branch is their own impatience, 49 2, 15 | their own impatience, and its offshoot indiscretion: these 50 2, 17 | combined with pride, full of its own opinions, goes on from 51 2, 19 | in that it considers not its own dignity! From being 52 2, 26 | miserable sensuality with its filthiness, in the vision 53 2, 26 | in the body the fruit of its labor, because it was the 54 2, 27 | is not proved except by its contrary. You see, then, 55 2, 30 | hatred and displeasure of its own sensuality, united with 56 2, 30 | intellect set before itself for its sole object transitory things, 57 2, 30 | because the eye, on account of its blindness, does not discern, 58 2, 40 | did not shine, not through its own defect, but through 59 2, 40 | imperfect love to turn again in its death-struggle, but, with 60 3, 3 | malevolence, should lift its head against reason, the 61 3, 10 | body may return a little to its corporal sentiment, the 62 3, 14 | arrived at perfect hatred of its guilt on account of the 63 3, 15 | having gathered them in its own fiery desire. As, when 64 3, 15 | drawn into itself among its self-love which dries up 65 3, 16 | spoiled by the foulness of its root, for no good actions 66 3, 16 | abandon on this account its good works, forevery good 67 3, 16 | and so in truth they are. Its flowers are the stinking 68 3, 18 | the path of truth, and, by its means, to arrive at Me, 69 3, 18 | cannot be proved, except by its contrary. Sensuality is 70 3, 18 | constrain you to any sin by its strivings, but supplies 71 3, 18 | know the evil of her sin or its cause, and therefore cannot 72 3, 20 | knowing, and tasting, in its full sweetness, this light, 73 3, 21 | soul was blessed through its union with the divine nature. 74 3, 24 | by means of contrast with its contrary, I will show you 75 3, 24 | the sun, never leaving its orbit, lights the whole 76 3, 24 | on which it shines, for its light and heat and color 77 3, 24 | it became perfect through its union with the Divine nature, 78 3, 24 | Whom have I entrusted with its administration? ~ 79 3, 24 | this Light, united with its heat and its color, be divided, 80 3, 24 | united with its heat and its color, be divided, either 81 3, 24 | can it be detached from its orbit. ~ 82 3, 25 | of the bread, for neither its whiteness, nor its touch, 83 3, 25 | neither its whiteness, nor its touch, nor its savor were 84 3, 25 | whiteness, nor its touch, nor its savor were taken away. This 85 3, 26 | impressed, leaves behind its imprint, so the virtue of 86 3, 26 | True Sun has returned to Its Center, not that it was 87 3, 28 | souls to germinate with Its heat. Thus do My sweet ministers, 88 3, 30 | because he saw through its deceptions and therefore 89 3, 30 | therefore renounced it with all its delights. His sensual fragility 90 3, 30 | enemies warns the guards by its barking, for in this way 91 3, 30 | arises and seizes Me, who am its End, with ineffable love, 92 3, 31 | understand the sweetness of its marrow. Wherefore now in 93 3, 31 | when the soul begins to see its woes, and the just man his 94 4, 1 | and what is the cause of its loss, and the sign of its 95 4, 1 | its loss, and the sign of its possession, I reply that 96 4, 1 | that you will find it in its completeness in the sweet 97 4, 2 | renounce the world and all its pomps and delights, and 98 4, 2 | enter there, in spite of its having been opened by the 99 4, 2 | hand of holy desire loosens its grasp, they will lose it. 100 4, 2 | of patience, and even in its fortitude you are great 101 4, 3 | key of obedience has lost its rust, so that, by the virtue 102 4, 4 | proceeds, and the cause of its loss. Now I will speak to 103 4, 5 | the order, but transgress its vows, have turned it into 104 4, 5 | though they are nourished at its breast. I do not say that 105 4, 5 | delight, but in the beginning its subjects were not as they 106 4, 6 | the place of obedience and its perfection, I will speak 107 4, 7 | for they experience in its essence that which they 108 4, 10 | persecutions from it, punishing its iniquities at own desire 109 Lette, 0| You immediately with all its strength." ~


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