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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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   Chapter, Paragraph
1 1, 3 | offense, being done to Me, who am the Infinite Good, calls 2 1, 4 | to know and love Me, who am the Supreme Truth. Wherefore 3 1, 4 | be fulfilled in them. I am constrained to do so by 4 1, 4 | of My servants, since I am no despiser of their tears, 5 1, 4 | accept them, inasmuch as I am He who give them this love 6 1, 4 | the soul united to Me, who am the Infinite Good, in greater 7 2, 2 | patience, which proves that I am in the soul and the soul 8 2, 2 | is Myself, her God, who am Eternal Life. And these 9 2, 3 | finite works, and I, who am Infinite, seek infinite 10 2, 3 | endlessly, boundlessly, since I am the Supreme and Eternal 11 2, 3 | offense done to Me, who am the Infinite Good. The more 12 2, 3 | is the same with Me, who am the Spouse of the soul, 13 2, 4 | much offended You, and who am the cause and the instrument 14 2, 5 | committed against Me, who am the Infinite Good. Wishing, 15 2, 9 | Supreme and Eternal Truth, I am the thief and You have been 16 2, 10 | to be understood: "If I am lifted up from the earth, 17 2, 10 | me ipsum,' that is, 'If I am lifted on high I will draw 18 2, 10 | My Truth said well, 'If I am lifted on high,' &c., meaning, 19 2, 11 | enter, wherefore He says: 'I am the Way, the Truth, and 20 2, 11 | He is united with Me who am the Truth, and he who follows 21 2, 11 | themselves united to Me, who am the Door and the Road and 22 2, 12 | wearies himself for Me, who am grateful and just, and render 23 2, 12 | are deprived of Me, who am the Supreme and Eternal 24 2, 13 | and proceeds from Me, who am immovable. ~ 25 2, 16 | are sustained by Me, who am Supreme Purity, notwithstanding 26 2, 20 | with a like food, and I am God now as then. My power 27 2, 21 | offense against Me, who am Supreme and Eternal Good, 28 2, 25 | they have in seeing Me, who am every good! Oh, how much 29 2, 27 | that then I said to you, 'I am your God, unmoving and unchangeable,' 30 2, 27 | disordinate fear, and how I am your God, immovable, who 31 2, 27 | your God, immovable, who am not an Acceptor of persons 32 2, 28 | faith, looking to Me, who am the Supreme Good, and who 33 2, 28 | because it is against Me, who am Infinite Good, wherefore 34 2, 30 | most delightful daughter, I am not a Despiser, but the 35 2, 30 | together in My name, there am I in the midst of them.' 36 2, 31 | want life arrive at Me who am Life, and with perseverance 37 2, 32 | come to Me and drink, for I am the Fountain of the Water 38 2, 32 | yourselves also in Me, who am the Sea Pacific, because 39 2, 32 | the Sea Pacific, because I am one thing with Him, and 40 2, 32 | persevere till you find Me, who am the Giver of the Water of 41 2, 32 | And why did He say: 'I am the Fountain of Living Water'? 42 2, 33 | which you should follow, I am in your midst, reposing, 43 2, 33 | which is naught, because I am He that is. So that he who 44 2, 33 | love and desire Me, who am your End. When these virtues 45 2, 33 | congregated together in My Name, I am in the midst of them by 46 2, 33 | they are full of Me, who am every good. ~ 47 2, 33 | herself accompanied by Me, who am her strength and security, 48 2, 33 | and walks safely because I am in the midst of her. Wherefore 49 2, 35 | but of offending Me, who am Supreme Good. So that the 50 2, 37 | of themselves, for I, who am the Rewarder of every labor, 51 2, 38 | their love. For though I am no Acceptor of creatures, 52 2, 38 | Acceptor of creatures, I am an Acceptor of holy desires, 53 2, 39 | Himself to Me, because I am one thing with Him, and 54 2, 39 | intellect alone, for, as I am, you cannot see Me now. 55 2, 40 | Spirit, that is of Me, who am the fire of charity. How 56 3, 2 | these words: 'Wretch that I am, John the Baptist never 57 3, 2 | offended by me, and who I am, who offend Him.' Then the 58 3, 8 | possesses you, because I am one thing with My Truth, 59 3, 15 | anything finite. For I, who am the Infinite God, wish to 60 3, 17 | above to this question -- 'I am He who takes delight in 61 3, 17 | on some occasion, when I am praying for Your creatures, 62 3, 18 | increase My delight, for I am the cause of you and of 63 3, 18 | or desire either Me, who am the Essential Good, or virtue, 64 3, 18 | of virtue and of Me, who am the cause of his obtaining 65 3, 20 | affection of love, for I am the Supreme and Eternal 66 3, 20 | Supreme and Eternal Purity. I am that Fire which purifies 67 3, 20 | not their evil will, for I am their Judge, not you, and, 68 3, 21 | far from satiety, for I am the flawless Food of Life. 69 3, 22 | Eternal Goodness of God, who am I, miserable one, that You, 70 3, 22 | to You, Eternal Father! I am imperfect and full of darkness, 71 3, 24 | say, I, the Eternal God, am that Sun whence have proceeded 72 3, 28 | consider not that I alone am He who provides all things 73 3, 28 | not regard the fact that I am He who is, and they are 74 3, 28 | infirmity and say, 'I, too, am infirm with you.' They wept 75 3, 30 | arises and seizes Me, who am its End, with ineffable 76 3, 32 | render You thanks, because I am she who is not, and if I 77 3, 32 | iniquities to me -- a wretch who am the cause and instrument 78 3, 32 | instrument of many sins -- I am plunged in intolerable grief. ~ 79 4, 1 | heard, and inasmuch as I am the Supreme Truth, I will 80 4, 6 | the light of faith that I am his helper, and both can 81 4, 9 | sinfulness, and knowing that I am He who is, thus eating and 82 4, 9 | So I, the Sea Pacific, am He who alone can comprehend 83 4, 11 | many miseries of which I am full; You, who are the Infinite, 84 4, 11 | have overlooked that I am finite; You, who are Wisdom, 85 4, 11 | and Your Son, by whom I am able to love You. You, Eternal 86 4, 11 | Trinity, are my Creator, and I am the work of Your hands, 87 4, 11 | In the light of faith I am strong, constant, and persevering. 88 4, 11 | that I may see myself, who am Your creature, there represented 89 Lette, 0| of our common mother, I am constrained to satisfy your 90 Lette, 0| other defects. Wretch that I am! for I have not observed 91 Lette, 0| Oh mean creature that I am!" Saying which, she struck 92 Lette, 0| Oh, unhappy that I am! You have placed me in charge 93 Lette, 0| Oh, mean creature that I am! with how little reverence


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