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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 1, 4| barters and sells it to the devil, the devil, if he choose, 2 1, 4| sells it to the devil, the devil, if he choose, has a right 3 2, 3| endurance, discomfits the devil and the flesh with this 4 2, 6| from the service of the devil, I made you free. And, not 5 2, 7| trouble from himself, the devil, and the world. Every one 6 2, 11| destroyed the lie that the Devil told to Eve, with which 7 2, 11| falsehood, and are sons of the Devil, who is the Father of Lies; 8 2, 11| which is Truth, and the Devil's which is Falsehood." ~ 9 2, 19| you were servants of the devil, Himself becoming as a servant 10 2, 20| announce My truth, even as the Devil puts himself on the tongues 11 2, 20| and the temptations of the devil, who, with the sail of your 12 2, 21| and the cruel tyrant the Devil, whose servants they made 13 2, 22| particularly of the foulness of the Devil. ~ 14 2, 22| devils, which vision of the Devil is the third pain and redoubles 15 2, 22| so does the sight of the Devil revive these wretched ones 16 2, 26| body will go to be with the Devil without any remedy or hope -- 17 2, 26| follow the doctrine of the Devil, who is the Father of Lies; 18 2, 26| Father of Lies; and this Devil is their Door, through which 19 2, 26| And it is to this that the Devil calls them, and they are 20 2, 26| the light of faith. The Devil says, as it were, to them: ' 21 2, 27| The Devil, dearest daughter, is the 22 2, 27| battle or temptation of the Devil that may come to him, because 23 2, 27| Son, which will, neither Devil nor creature can move, because 24 2, 27| place it in the hands of the Devil, straightway becomes a knife, 25 2, 27| will into the hands of the Devil, that is, if he do not consent 26 2, 27| these temptations, for the devil is weak, and by himself 27 2, 27| is the intention of the Devil to prove virtue in you ( 28 2, 27| themselves into the hands of the Devil. Wherefore, know, that at 29 2, 27| under the lordship of the Devil (not that they were forced 30 2, 27| means of their lord the Devil. As the righteous, who have 31 2, 27| How the Devil gets hold of souls, under 32 2, 27| I have told you that the Devil invites men to the water 33 2, 27| body. And, therefore, the Devil, seeing them blinded by 34 2, 28| I desire. If I allow the Devil to trouble them, permitting 35 2, 30| and, as martyrs of the Devil, receiving damnation, I 36 2, 31| water of death arrive at the Devil." ~ 37 3, 1| ordained for prayer, the Devil is wont to arrive in the 38 3, 2| through the illusion of the Devil or her own fragility, that 39 3, 2| words of any creature. The Devil often places himself upon 40 3, 2| confusion would come the Devil, who has caused it, under 41 3, 2| subtle devices with which the Devil deludes My servants, and, 42 3, 2| know that the pride of the Devil cannot resist the humble 43 3, 2| rightly, that, once, when the Devil wished to overthrow you, 44 3, 2| You remember that then the Devil fled, and, turning round 45 3, 2| yourself, and you answered the Devil with these words: 'Wretch 46 3, 2| who offend Him.' Then the Devil, not being able to resist 47 3, 2| yields to a deception of the Devil. The moment she feels her 48 3, 3| against the attacks of the Devil, against the persecutions 49 3, 4| malice and deceit of the devil, which he practices on those 50 3, 19| of the world and of the Devil, as I have narrated to you 51 3, 19| these temptations of the Devil, not, indeed, for my own 52 3, 20| you from the hands of the Devil, so that you might be free, 53 3, 20| the temptations of the Devil, and the murmurings of men, 54 3, 20| which the world and the Devil can attack them, slide under 55 3, 20| fall into the snares of the Devil, because you will recognize 56 3, 22| the hidden deceits of the Devil, and the deceitfulness of 57 3, 22| avoid being deceived by the Devil or ourselves! What moved 58 3, 22| the deceitfulness of the Devil, and our own passions, You 59 3, 22| the hand of the infernal Devil, so that at last they may 60 3, 25| enlightenment in the battle that the Devil had been waging against 61 3, 25| beforehand been tormented by the Devil, and you placed yourself 62 3, 25| through the vexation which the Devil had been causing you, and 63 3, 26| sensual self-love, against the Devil, and against the world. 64 3, 27| out of the hands of the Devil, nor to administer to them 65 3, 28| out of the hands of the devil. They made themselves infirm 66 3, 30| war with the world, the Devil, and their own sensuality 67 3, 31| death, as I told you, the Devil accuses them with great 68 3, 31| holy faith -- wherefore the Devil torments him with infidelity 69 3, 31| because, as members of the Devil, they have been deprived 70 3, 31| they would arrive with the Devil in eternal damnation. ~ 71 3, 31| them in the likeness of the Devil, reproving them in that 72 3, 31| horrible likeness of the Devil reproves you. ~ 73 3, 31| you were giving it, the Devil puts this also before your 74 3, 31| appearance and vision of the Devil causes no harm or fear, 75 3, 32| a lying daughter of the Devil, who is the father of lies, 76 4, 6| through the illusion of the Devil, thoughts come crowding 77 4, 8| religious but of an incarnate devil, as in another place I related 78 4, 10| hidden delusions of the devil and of spiritual self-love. 79 4, 10| under the Bridge by the Devil's road, when I spoke to


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