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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| special points may differ, in every country now at a certain 2 Intro, 0| orthodoxy, and set her free with every mark of reverence. In this 3 Intro, 0| Bride of Christ, seems at every step to impede her victorious 4 Intro, 0| of the creeds taught to every child in the Catholic poor-schools. 5 Intro, 0| And so every well-known form of Christian 6 1, 3 | or see Me offended, their every pain, whether spiritual 7 1, 4 | inasmuch as desire and every virtue is of value, and 8 1, 5 | the willing desire to bear every pain and fatigue, even unto 9 1, 6 | How every virtue and every defect 10 1, 6 | How every virtue and every defect is obtained by means 11 1, 6 | that you should know that every virtue is obtained by means 12 1, 6 | neighbor, and likewise, every defect; he, therefore, who 13 1, 6 | offer for him to Me. Thus, every act of help that he performs 14 1, 6 | through love of Me. And every evil also, is done by means 15 1, 6 | which is owed in general to every rational creature; but its 16 1, 6 | example of good works, and in every other respect in which your 17 1, 6 | therefore, indeed the truth that every sin done against Me, is 18 1, 7 | love, which gives light to every virtue. In the same way 19 1, 7 | principle and foundation of every evil. All scandals, hatred, 20 1, 7 | scandals, hatred, cruelty, and every sort of trouble proceed 21 2, 1 | received by grace from Me, and every other grace which she has 22 2, 3 | of them, showing you that every actual operation, as such, 23 2, 3 | So you see how discreetly every soul, who wishes for grace, 24 2, 3 | and is the condiment of every instrument of virtue. Holy 25 2, 5 | and adorns the soul with every grace, in proportion to 26 2, 5 | inclination to sin, and to every sort of corporeal defect, 27 2, 7 | the devil, and the world. Every one was drowned in the flood, 28 2, 11 | with His Blood, so that every believer may walk speedily, 29 2, 12 | to those who use It, that every bitterness becomes sweet, 30 2, 12 | bitterness becomes sweet, and every burden light, yet prefers 31 2, 12 | and just, and render to every man according as he deserves. 32 2, 12 | as he deserves. Wherefore every good deed is rewarded, and 33 2, 12 | good deed is rewarded, and every fault is punished. The tongue 34 2, 13 | in their own cases, that every person may, if he will, 35 2, 14 | Your benefits. Wherefore every day You give Yourself to 36 2, 14 | thinking of you, for on every side to which I turn my 37 2, 15 | It is true indeed, that every time that this corpse, in 38 2, 15 | ingratitude, whence proceeds every evil. But if she were grateful 39 2, 19 | By His death He destroyed every vice, so that no one could 40 2, 22 | redoubles to them their every toil. As the saints exult 41 2, 25 | have in seeing Me, who am every good! Oh, how much delight 42 2, 26 | as the free-will pleased. Every work, good or bad, is done 43 2, 26 | the head and principle of every evil, in company with pride. 44 2, 27 | of temptations, and how every soul in her extremity sees 45 2, 27 | this life, they receive every one their place, as I have 46 2, 28 | punished. And they see that every little sin merits infinite 47 2, 30 | your desire. You know that every evil is founded in self-love, 48 2, 33 | general method by which every rational creature can come 49 2, 33 | salvation of souls, and his every other thirst is spent and 50 2, 33 | they are full of Me, who am every good. ~ 51 2, 33 | of the heart, emptied of every affection and disordinate 52 2, 36 | they suddenly faint, and every little breeze catches their 53 2, 37 | that, generally speaking, every person is first called in 54 2, 37 | who am the Rewarder of every labor, render to each man 55 2, 40 | thereat? I will tell you. Every perfection and every virtue 56 2, 40 | you. Every perfection and every virtue proceeds from charity, 57 2, 41 | have you know that just as every imperfection and perfection 58 2, 41 | self-knowledge, where is acquired every perfection. After which 59 3, 1 | can defend herself from every adversary, if grasped with 60 3, 2 | with time and perseverance, every virtue. Wherefore should 61 3, 2 | prayers of good-will, and how every exercise, whether performed 62 3, 8 | then, that the saints and every soul in Eternal Life have 63 3, 8 | perfection, satisfied by every good." ~ 64 3, 11 | all, who will receive it? Every light that comes from Holy 65 3, 12 | out of herself, exceeding every limit of her nature with 66 3, 14 | I wish you to know that every tear proceeds from the heart, 67 3, 14 | true and sweet patience every pain and trouble which I 68 3, 14 | ineffably loved by Me, she loves every rational creature with the 69 3, 16 | soul. I said to you that every tear proceeded from the 70 3, 16 | good deed is rewarded, and every evil deed punished. A good 71 3, 16 | blaspheming and saying evil of every rational creature, according 72 3, 18 | of reason is necessary to every soul that wishes to serve 73 3, 18 | necessary in general to every rational creature, whatever 74 3, 20 | glorious light, are perfect in every condition in which they 75 3, 20 | they may be, and receive every event which I permit to 76 3, 20 | creature, but rejoices in every condition and in every manner 77 3, 20 | in every condition and in every manner of holiness which 78 3, 23 | will never fail you, and every man, if he be humble, shall 79 3, 23 | he is fit to receive; and every minister, that which I have 80 3, 28 | received their being, and every other additional grace, 81 3, 28 | the others all lost their every fear, because they were 82 3, 28 | fears, and is afraid of every little thing, because he 83 3, 28 | and exposed themselves to every peril with true patience, 84 3, 31 | which has proceeded their every sin, they have not known 85 3, 32 | Eternal God! oh! Light above every other light, from whom issues 86 3, 32 | all light! Oh! Fire above every fire, because You are the 87 3, 32 | who is. And my being and every further grace that You have 88 4, 1 | find described this and every other virtue." ~ 89 4, 2 | humble patience he endures every labor, and even his neighbor' 90 4, 3 | but worldly men devoid of every virtue do the contrary; 91 4, 3 | for there they possess every good without any evil, safety 92 4, 5 | for it still possesses every delight, but in the beginning 93 4, 6 | with the knife of hatred of every sensual passion, taking 94 4, 6 | words and by prayer, and by every means by which he can draw 95 4, 8 | Disobedience clothes him with every misery, causes him to die 96 4, 8 | bitterness, depriving him of every sweetness and good, causing 97 4, 8 | causing him to dwell with every evil in life it gives him 98 4, 9 | obedience in different ways, and every man will receive a price, 99 4, 9 | in the earth and water it every day, did not proceed to 100 4, 10 | temporal and spiritual, and every circumstance of your life 101 Lette, 0| days in prayer. Meanwhile, every morning, after communion, 102 Lette, 0| This only will I say, that, every time that a new torment 103 Lette, 0| granting such graces afresh every day to me, Your miserable


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