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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| Tolomei, built in 1205, others delicate specimens of Italian 2 Intro, 0| like the Palazzo Saracini, others again illustrating the combination 3 Intro, 0| been violently diverted by others. But while the Lord was 4 1, 4 | penalty in oneself and in others; and how sometimes it satisfies 5 1, 4 | have loved both you and others before you were in existence; 6 1, 4 | reward, both in you and in others. In yourself you will receive 7 1, 4 | you ever offended Me. In others I will satisfy through the 8 1, 4 | general, grant to these others, for whom they pray, satisfaction 9 1, 4 | wherefore they have not, as others, remission of the penalty, 10 1, 5 | to punish the faults of others in you, and you did not 11 1, 6 | reminds neither himself nor others of the love of virtue and 12 1, 6 | him to seize the goods of others, robbing the poor creatures; 13 1, 7 | are the virtues, and many others, too many to enumerate, 14 1, 7 | it were the chief of the others, that is to say, to one 15 2, 1 | counseling and helping others according to their needs 16 2, 3 | in order to be useful to others, for, if one single sin 17 2, 3 | great virtue and profit to others, by means of the guilt of 18 2, 3 | in order to be useful to others. This is St. Paul's counsel 19 2, 3 | be of perfect utility to others. Because, when perfection 20 2, 3 | does for itself and for others is imperfect. It would not, 21 2, 3 | from love of Me to love of others. And the soul escapes dangers 22 2, 5 | neither for himself, nor for others, could man satisfy, his 23 2, 15 | it is moved and lifted by others, so those, who are drowned 24 2, 17 | How the fruit of others is avarice; and of the evils 25 2, 17 | the earth belongs to some others, who are covetous misers, 26 2, 17 | happiness out of his own or others' good. How will these wicked 27 2, 17 | the poor, when they rob others? How will they draw their 28 2, 18 | How some others hold positions of authority, 29 2, 18 | There are others who hold their heads high 30 2, 20 | of My Truth. They and all others, who are descended from 31 2, 20 | Who were the others who followed this Word? 32 2, 22 | from which follow all the others; and particularly of the 33 2, 22 | four torments issue all others, such as cold and heat and 34 2, 22 | gnashing of the teeth and many others. Now because they did not 35 2, 24 | the cause of damnation to others, as that rich man, who was 36 2, 27 | separated from the body. Others who have passed their lives, 37 2, 27 | another to the religious, and others to prelates and noblemen, 38 2, 29 | imperfections and those of others, was saddened to hear of 39 2, 30 | offended by one without all the others offending Me at the same 40 2, 34 | personal pain, and she saw others, practicing this first state, 41 2, 40 | humanity, Peter and the others concealed themselves in 42 3, 11 | his salvation or that of others, or for the exposition of 43 3, 14 | is necessary to bear with others and practice continually 44 3, 20 | their own sake or that of others. That is to say, in their 45 3, 20 | either to yourself or to others. My will alone should you 46 3, 20 | mortal sin, seeing nothing in others, but My will, not in order 47 3, 20 | inestimably; and in the will of others to discern My will only, 48 3, 21 | feeling pain in herself, or in others. In herself, through the 49 3, 21 | against the spirit, and in others by the offense of her neighbor. 50 3, 22 | feeling, so that I, and others in this life of pilgrimage, 51 3, 24 | administer this light to others, with gratitude for the 52 3, 24 | one weighing an ounce, others two or six ounces, or a 53 3, 25 | daughter, should you and others look at this mystery, and 54 3, 27 | themselves, they are cruel to others." ~ 55 3, 28 | stench of the vices of the others, and the light thereof shines 56 3, 28 | I say the same of these others, who have administered, 57 3, 28 | Thomas and Jerome, and the others, you will see how much light 58 3, 28 | corrected, and does not correct others, becomes like a limb which 59 3, 28 | faults they should correct in others, because the same or greater 60 3, 28 | and in the same way the others all lost their every fear, 61 3, 30 | has been said, more than others. Oh! how happy are their 62 3, 31 | in particular and to all others in general, for at death 63 3, 31 | are greater than those of others, just as good men are placed 64 3, 31 | both for themselves and others had they wished to; wherefore 65 4, 1 | which you do. Among the others he possessed patience, which 66 4, 2 | commandment observes all the others; he is faithful to Me and 67 4, 5 | enter already in perfection, others in the childhood of virtue, 68 4, 5 | the childhood of virtue, others through fear, others through 69 4, 5 | virtue, others through fear, others through penance, others 70 4, 5 | others through penance, others through allurements, everything 71 4, 5 | tell you the same of many others, who though they did not 72 4, 6 | source by which all the others are preserved in life, he 73 4, 8 | much pain to himself and others, that in this life he tastes 74 4, 9 | enter later in life, and others in old age; sometimes these 75 4, 9 | the furnace -- and of many others of whom I could tell you. 76 4, 11 | evils and sins, and the many others which are in me. Having 77 Lette, 0| presence of God, and of all the others which I cannot remember." 78 Lette, 0| now did the same to these others, begging most humbly pardon


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