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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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state

   Chapter, Paragraph
1 Intro, 0| order to understand the state of Europe at any particular 2 Intro, 0| necessary to understand the state of soul of the individuals 3 Intro, 0| only power in the medieval state, for the prince himself 4 Intro, 0| they been so indeed the state of Europe might have been 5 Intro, 0| that had fled. The moral state of the secular clergy was, 6 Intro, 0| the regeneration of the state; but the spirit in which 7 Intro, 0| beauty of the soul "in a state of Grace" is a point on 8 Intro, 0| is the analysis of the state of the "worldly man" who 9 1, 4 | These are they who are in a state of ordinary charity, wherefore, 10 1, 7 | the affection of love, the state of all rational creatures 11 1, 7 | only, can be of use in his state of life, who is bound to 12 2, 4 | against You, fell into a state of war with Your kindness, 13 2, 7 | Spirit, and, losing the state of innocence, became a foul 14 2, 7 | had he remained in the state in which I had placed him. 15 2, 17 | wicked ones in so wretched a state give of their substance 16 2, 25 | failing them, and, dying in a state of grace, they cannot sin 17 2, 34 | others, practicing this first state, arriving at the second 18 2, 34 | arriving at the second state, but few she saw who arrived 19 2, 36 | servile fear, which is the state of imperfection, by which 20 2, 36 | second step, which is the state of perfection. ~ 21 2, 37 | Thus, those in the first state come to naught through the 22 2, 37 | each man according to his state and his labor; wherefore, 23 2, 37 | they will arrive at the state of filial love, because 24 2, 37 | while they remain in the state of mercenary love, I do 25 2, 37 | dwell together.' This is the state of two dear friends, for 26 2, 40 | seen how excellent is the state of him who has attained 27 2, 40 | Before treating of the third state, I wish to show you how 28 2, 40 | profit. This is an imperfect state, and I, in order to develop 29 3, 2 | necessities according to the state in which I have placed her. 30 3, 4 | have reached the fourth state, that is, from the third 31 3, 4 | that is, from the third state, which is a perfect state, 32 3, 4 | state, which is a perfect state, in which they taste charity 33 3, 4 | have arrived at the fourth state, which is one of perfect 34 3, 10 | finds herself in the unitive state desires infinitely to have 35 3, 10 | have the barren earthly state and unite herself to GOD. ~ 36 3, 10 | did, who are in the third state, but they glory, through 37 3, 11 | at the aforesaid unitive state, have the eye of their intellect 38 3, 11 | perfection of this unitive state, when the eye of the intellect 39 3, 11 | the souls in the unitive state love Me, because love follows 40 3, 11 | soul received in Me. This state is most excellent, when 41 3, 12 | from God concerning the state and fruit of tears. ~ 42 3, 13 | perfect love in the unitive state. Now I will begin to tell 43 3, 14 | explanation of the aforesaid state of the soul. ~ 44 3, 14 | of the fourth and unitive state. When she thus feels Me, 45 3, 14 | impediment to the unitive state, which produces tears of 46 3, 14 | belonging to the unitive state; they rather give savor 47 3, 14 | grief belonging to the third state of neighborly love, it would 48 3, 14 | the soul would come to a state of presumption, induced 49 3, 14 | virtue and in the unitive state. Not that the other state 50 3, 14 | state. Not that the other state is changed because this 51 3, 14 | changed because this further state has been reached, for this 52 3, 14 | reached, for this further state does but increase the riches 53 3, 15 | passed from this life in a state of love towards Me and her 54 3, 16 | action performed out of a state of grace is not sufficient 55 3, 16 | therefore, that, in whatever state a man may be, he should 56 3, 16 | is conformable to their state that they should always 57 3, 17 | the Truth, concerning the state of tears, said as one enamored -- " 58 3, 18 | the soul would be in a state of damnation. And, for this 59 3, 18 | without the light, is not in a state of grace, inasmuch as, not 60 3, 19 | in speaking of the second state of perfection. ~ 61 3, 19 | the souls in the second state do, and, by doing so, arrive 62 3, 19 | so, arrive at the third state. Of whom I will now speak 63 3, 20 | the third and most perfect state, and of reason, and of the 64 3, 20 | who belong to the third state, which immediately follows 65 3, 20 | of the third and unitive state of the soul. These deem 66 3, 20 | this sweet and excellent state, and gaze at those who run 67 3, 26 | Of the excellent state of the soul who receives 68 3, 26 | daughter, in what an excellent state is the soul who receives, 69 3, 26 | this Bread of Life in a state of grace, My grace remains 70 3, 28 | administered, according to his state, the grace of the Holy Spirit. 71 3, 29 | who sent it to you. His state would indeed displease you, 72 3, 29 | that they should be in this state, you should pray for them, 73 3, 30 | left many behind you in a state of grace. ~ 74 3, 31 | did they consider their state at all, they would not come 75 3, 31 | seculars, according to their state; for with their stench they 76 4, 1 | outside His obedience is in a state of damnation, as I have 77 4, 1 | whether a soul be in a state of grace and truly love 78 4, 3 | placed them in so blessed a state? The blood of the Lamb, 79 4, 6 | who wishes to enter this state of perfect and particular 80 4, 6 | door, and that in such a state he would die before he would 81 4, 8 | this wretch be in any other state than suffering, for he is 82 4, 10 | of soul -- the imperfect state, the perfect state, and 83 4, 10 | imperfect state, the perfect state, and the most perfect state, 84 4, 10 | state, and the most perfect state, in which the soul arrives 85 4, 10 | shown you clearly in each state the means of cutting away 86 Lette, 0| from the earth in such a state that any one who had seen 87 Lette, 0| tormented. She lay in this state for eight weeks, unable 88 Lette, 0| it was reduced to such a state that it seemed like a corpse 89 Lette, 0| gradually reduced to such a state that we could observe no 90 Lette, 0| remained in this calamitous state for an hour and a half,


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