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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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virtues

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1 1, 1| of time, in the ordinary virtues, remaining in the cell of 2 1, 1| love), adorned with many virtues, by which they are united 3 1, 4| and virtuously follows His virtues, that is, His Footprints. 4 1, 4| way, and in no other, are virtues of value, and in this way, 5 1, 7| How virtues are accomplished by means 6 1, 7| neighbor, and how it is that virtues differ to such an extent 7 1, 7| the love of him, that all virtues were founded; and, truly 8 1, 7| charity gives life to all the virtues, because no virtue can be 9 1, 7| honorable life. These are the virtues, and many others, too many 10 1, 7| them all, because all the virtues are bound together. Wherefore, 11 1, 7| fortitude. These, and many other virtues, I place, indifferently, 12 1, 7| this rather than to other virtues, and, by the effect of this 13 1, 7| to herself all the other virtues, which, as has been said, 14 1, 8| How virtues are proved and fortified 15 1, 8| produce and prove all their virtues on their neighbor, just 16 1, 8| just man. Similarly, the virtues of patience, benignity, 17 1, 8| If you will observe the virtues of fortitude and perseverance, 18 1, 8| and perseverance, these virtues are proved by the long endurance 19 2, 1| on penance, but rather on virtues; and how discretion receives 20 2, 1| are the proved intrinsic virtues of the soul, as I have told 21 2, 1| not only consist of those virtues which are done by means 22 2, 1| without the above-mentioned virtues would please Me little; 23 2, 1| with the other intrinsic virtues of the soul, with hunger 24 2, 1| salvation of souls. For these virtues demonstrate that the will 25 2, 1| lovingly, because these virtues are bound and mingled together, 26 2, 2| you know how these three virtues stand together? It is, as 27 2, 3| together with the other virtues, which I have mentioned 28 2, 3| which gives life to all the virtues and good works, should increase 29 2, 3| the world cannot take her virtues from such a soul, but all 30 2, 3| persecutions increase her virtues and prove them, which virtues 31 2, 3| virtues and prove them, which virtues have been at first conceived 32 2, 11| of stones which signify virtues; and how on the Bridge is 33 2, 11| stones of true and sincere virtues. These stones were not built 34 2, 11| power, these stones of the virtues were built into a wall, 35 2, 11| in Him, and from Him all virtues have their life. Wherefore 36 2, 11| has built a wall of the virtues, planting them as living 37 2, 17| themselves, practicing the virtues on their neighbor and succoring 38 2, 19| feignedly practicing the virtues, because their heart is 39 2, 25| their diverse and various virtues in the world, being all 40 2, 30| drew from holy hatred. The virtues conceived, they give birth 41 2, 30| may prove and exercise the virtues. The soul is free, liberated 42 2, 33| am your End. When these virtues and powers of the soul are 43 2, 33| companion of many and royal virtues. Then the appetite of the 44 2, 37| perseverance, to increase their virtues, they will arrive at the 45 2, 38| conceive the true and royal virtues, which are founded on the 46 2, 41| them with the stones of virtues, cemented together in the 47 2, 41| virtue of this Blood that the virtues give life." ~ 48 3, 4| perseverance, she conceives the virtues by affection of love, participating 49 3, 4| power; with which power and virtues she overrules and conquers 50 3, 4| Name, she brings forth the virtues on her neighbor. Not that 51 3, 4| coming out to bring forth the virtues, I mean that she issues 52 3, 4| forth to give birth to those virtues which she has conceived 53 3, 6| for they prove in them the virtues of patience and charity, 54 3, 7| life in order to augment virtues in My servants, as the devils 55 3, 7| They augment in them the virtues in diverse ways, exercising 56 3, 7| them, proving in them the virtues of patience, fortitude, 57 3, 14| you, you can perform all virtues by means of your neighbor, 58 3, 15| the fruits of all other virtues. It is true that suffering 59 3, 28| Of the excellence, virtues, and holy works of virtuous 60 3, 28| sun, for the odor of their virtues mitigates the stench of 61 3, 28| perfume of blood, and of the virtues, and with the light of science, 62 3, 28| sufficient to relate their virtues, neither the eye of your 63 3, 28| they shed with the odor of virtues in the mystic body of the 64 3, 28| humility with true and real virtues; and because I, for the 65 3, 28| good and rejoicing in their virtues, not being gnawed by envy, 66 3, 29| with this heat they cause virtues to spring up and bear fruit 67 3, 29| the holy Church by their virtues, forevery virtuous man is 68 3, 30| head to admire his past virtues, because he neither can 69 3, 30| nor will hope in his own virtues, but only in the Blood in 70 3, 30| adorned with the pearls of the virtues -- that is, of the fruit 71 3, 30| love has drawn from the virtues. Oh, earthly angel! happy 72 3, 31| before him, together with the virtues which he ought to have practiced. 73 3, 31| have practiced. Why the virtues? For his greater shame. 74 3, 32| the prayers and the many virtues and labors of Your servants, 75 4, 1| by all the true and royal virtues, because all the virtues 76 4, 1| virtues, because all the virtues draw their life from love, 77 4, 5| foundation; as with the virtues, though all the virtues 78 4, 5| virtues, though all the virtues draw their life from charily, 79 4, 5| thorns of vice, planting the virtues in their stead. Of a truth 80 4, 6| who are the true and royal virtues, the customs and observances 81 4, 7| most perfect of all the virtues, so perfect that no higher 82 4, 7| the fruit of all the other virtues, while they remain outside, 83 4, 7| and so with all the other virtues, Queen Charity alone enters 84 4, 8| You have not chosen the virtues for your children as does 85 4, 9| perseverance, and all the other virtues (that is, with the fruit 86 4, 9| is, with the fruit of the virtues), receives his end from 87 4, 11| has constrained me? Not my virtues, but only Your charity.


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