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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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   Chapter, Paragraph
1 Intro, 0| and the individual, by any means shrink from contemplating 2 Intro, 0| consulted him as to the best means of extirpating the pagan 3 Intro, 0| pursued by essentially small means, in an aridity and narrowness 4 Intro, 0| Goodness were, she thought, means for the achievement of those 5 Intro, 0| the necessary and fitting means of transit, so to speak. 6 1, 1 | a light therefrom, as by means of humble and continuous 7 1, 4 | their sins. So that, by means of prayer, and their desire 8 1, 4 | through the second and last means of satisfaction. ~ 9 1, 6 | every defect is obtained by means of our neighbor. ~ 10 1, 6 | every virtue is obtained by means of your neighbor, and likewise, 11 1, 6 | every evil also, is done by means of his neighbor, for, if 12 1, 6 | he ought to help him by means of prayer and holy desire 13 1, 7 | virtues are accomplished by means of our neighbor, and how 14 1, 7 | sins are accomplished by means of your neighbor, through 15 1, 7 | issues from Me. This is the means which I have given you, 16 1, 7 | this unitive love in Me, by means of which, she truly loves 17 2, 1 | virtues which are done by means of the body, that is, with 18 2, 1 | Penance should be but the means to increase virtue according 19 2, 1 | nurse of charity, by whose means this tree remains in the 20 2, 3 | should be observed merely as means, and not as the fundamental 21 2, 3 | using corporal works as means, and not as the principal 22 2, 3 | therefore, to adopt them as a means, and not as an end. For, 23 2, 3 | and profit to others, by means of the guilt of sin. Holy 24 2, 3 | and give fruit except by means of the neighbor, even as 25 2, 3 | of which are committed by means of the neighbor." ~ 26 2, 4 | How this soul grew by means of the divine response, 27 2, 4 | him, willingly gave man a means of reconciliation, so that 28 2, 5 | communicating the life of grace by means of that glorious and precious 29 2, 6 | and to the Holy Church, by means of the prayers and sufferings 30 2, 6 | have reconciled them, by means of the Blood of My Son. 31 2, 6 | wrath -- that is to say, by means of My servants, if they 32 2, 6 | promise you, that, by this means, her beauty will be restored 33 2, 10 | everything to Himself by this means, namely, by showing the 34 2, 13 | crucified, reproving, by this means, the world of its injustice 35 2, 14 | conquered? Death! By what means? Mercy! Your Mercy gives 36 2, 20 | understand through the same means, reprove the world. ~ 37 2, 20 | that I make to the world by means of the Holy Scriptures, 38 2, 26 | which I did for them by means of My Son, and which they 39 2, 26 | good or bad, is done by means of the body. And, therefore, 40 2, 26 | rendered eternal pains by means of their body, because their 41 2, 27 | they take hold of it, by means of their lord the Devil. 42 2, 32 | of the Water of Life, by means of this sweet and amorous 43 2, 32 | of the Living Water, by means of the union of the Divine 44 2, 33 | which I have shown you by means of My only-begotten Son, 45 2, 39 | will manifest to you, by means of Myself, Me and Him. The 46 2, 40 | friend grows into a son. What means does he take to arrive thereat? 47 2, 41 | so is it manifested by means of the neighbor. And simple 48 3, 1 | Of the means which the soul takes to 49 3, 2 | this she should pass by, by means of the virtue of perseverance. 50 3, 2 | acquired perfection. By what means is this acquired? By perseverance 51 3, 2 | charity, which they taste by means of holy prayer, little or 52 3, 3 | arrives at perfect love by means of perseverance, barring 53 3, 8 | charity, which I showed you by means of Him, been terminated 54 3, 14 | Having crossed the river by means of the Eternal Word, that 55 3, 14 | can perform all virtues by means of your neighbor, I having 56 3, 14 | which may please you by means of My Grace." ~ 57 3, 16 | him the life of grace by means of My servants who are pleasing 58 3, 18 | from Me the True Light, by means of the eye of your intellect 59 3, 18 | path of truth, and, by its means, to arrive at Me, the True 60 3, 18 | the spirit, and yet, by means of sensuality, the soul 61 3, 18 | you as an instrument and means for you to receive My grace, 62 3, 18 | by advancing to grace, by means of virtue. See, therefore, 63 3, 20 | is fully treated, and the means to avoid judging our neighbor 64 3, 20 | made straight for you by means of My Truth, the Incarnate 65 3, 20 | end in itself, but as a means which helps them to stay 66 3, 23 | that you are, in truth, a means by which they may each receive, 67 3, 24 | thing is better known by means of contrast with its contrary, 68 3, 24 | Divine nature, and, by this means of the Incarnate Word mixed 69 3, 25 | should be your principal means of vision, inasmuch as it 70 3, 28 | their darkness. And, by means of this light, will you 71 3, 28 | the faith, and, by their means, the light of the most holy 72 3, 31 | they should offend Me by means of My mercy, but rather 73 4, 1 | one can enter except by means of that door and that Porter. 74 4, 2 | soul should fasten it by means of a cord to her girdle, 75 4, 2 | love the gate of heaven by means of this key, he never will 76 4, 5 | advance to the second kind by means of the same light which 77 4, 5 | which I gave the world by means of Mary, placed in the mystical 78 4, 5 | heresies. Why do I say by means of Mary? Because Mary gave 79 4, 5 | he obtained it rather by means of prayer than by human 80 4, 6 | shame or through lack of means they abstain physically, 81 4, 6 | by prayer, and by every means by which he can draw them 82 4, 6 | exercises, so that by these means he may avoid idleness. He 83 4, 9 | which God has performed by means of this virtue; and of discretion 84 4, 10 | clearly in each state the means of cutting away imperfection


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