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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| the result of that century's lack of historic imagination, 2 Intro, 0| not history; the historian's task is not over when he 3 Intro, 0| was brought into the Pope's presence, she reverently 4 Intro, 0| time, but a small tradesman's dwelling. In the fourteenth 5 Intro, 0| Sunday, was born Giacomo's daughter Caterina, who still 6 Intro, 0| relate in Father Raymond's words, slightly abridging 7 Intro, 0| mother Lapa. Their mother's errand accomplished, while 8 Intro, 0| way back from their sister's house to their own and were 9 Intro, 0| path of peace. The Pope's residence at Avignon, the 10 Intro, 0| about the details of Clement's election, so far as his 11 Intro, 0| the soul of St. Catherine's gesta expressed itself in 12 Intro, 0| composition of the Siennese dyer's daughter, whose will, purified 13 Intro, 0| general conception of God's infinite loving-kindness 14 Intro, 0| succeeding ones, of Ruysbrock's Ornement des Noces spirituelles, 15 Intro, 0| of mercy. St. Philip Neri's advice in the matter was 16 1, 4 | acquired by knowledge of one's self and one's own thoughts. 17 1, 4 | knowledge of one's self and one's own thoughts. And this knowledge 18 1, 4 | sin, and against the soul's own sensuality, through 19 1, 4 | but solely through the man's own wretchedness and hardness, 20 1, 6 | evils derive from the soul's deprivation of love of Me 21 1, 6 | neighbor, through love of one's own reputation, whence comes 22 1, 6 | the neighbor, reputing one's self to be greater than 23 1, 8 | diminished by the wicked man's injustice, but is rather 24 2, 3 | others. This is St. Paul's counsel to you when he says 25 2, 5 | the Sacrament of Christ's Body, and the benefit of 26 2, 5 | destroyed the stain of Adam's sin, only the mark of it 27 2, 5 | its bitterness. He was man's foster-mother, enduring, 28 2, 6 | before the stain of Adam's sin had been taken away. 29 2, 6 | man, not fearing the world's persecutions, for I will 30 2, 8 | remove the stain of Adam's sin. Which stain corrupted 31 2, 11 | arriving at their journey's end, because Heaven was 32 2, 11 | is Truth, and the Devil's which is Falsehood." ~ 33 2, 15 | being dead, all the soul's operations both in deed 34 2, 25 | participating in each other's good with the affection 35 2, 28 | And if tribulations on man's account, or infirmity, or 36 2, 30 | under color of the soul's good, causes him to sin. 37 2, 32 | An exposition on Christ's words: "Whosoever thirsts, 38 2, 35 | offending, not on account of one's own damnation, but of offending 39 2, 37 | virtue from the motive of one's own advantage. Sin should 40 2, 37 | this imperfect love that S. Peter loved the sweet and 41 2, 39 | made the following reply to S. Philip, when he said to 42 2, 39 | not Mine, but My Father's who sent Me,' because My 43 2, 40 | Father, and because a son's love includes that of a 44 2, 41 | he sees the beloved one's conversation turned aside 45 3, 1 | for obedience or charity's sake. For no other reason 46 3, 2 | sanctified in his mother's womb. And I have committed 47 3, 2 | performed in oneself or in one's neighbor, with good-will, 48 3, 3 | is what My sweet servant S. Gregory meant, when he 49 3, 4 | the time of the neighbor's necessity she loses that 50 3, 5 | with the feet of the soul's affection, from thence arriving 51 3, 7 | another and take one another's property, and not for the 52 3, 11 | and desire for the soul's salvation. This I have told 53 3, 14 | offense and her neighbor's loss, and not for any penalty 54 3, 14 | be persecuted for My Name's sake in whatever she may 55 3, 14 | continually love to one's neighbor, together with 56 3, 14 | immortal because the soul's perception of her own sensuality 57 3, 16 | the fruit of worldly men's tears. ~ 58 3, 16 | is directed against a man's neighbor, from which often 59 3, 20 | endure anything for My Name's sake; and when an injury 60 3, 21 | love, and of her neighbor's, is not yet perfect, but 61 3, 30 | the peace of the just man's death is greater or less 62 3, 30 | they do not fear the demon's deception, because with 63 3, 32 | destroyed the stain of Adam's sin. The Blood is ours, 64 4, 1 | what is the sign of a man's possessing it, and what 65 4, 2 | labor, and even his neighbor's detraction of him. This 66 4, 5 | can be made on a person's entrance into religion, 67 4, 5 | already told you that a man's humility is in proportion 68 4, 6 | servants. These are a man's enemies, causing him to 69 4, 6 | the needs of his subject's salvation. Is he disgusted 70 4, 7 | when He replied to Peter's demand, 'Master, we have 71 4, 7 | everything for your love's sake, and have followed 72 4, 8 | is lower than an animal's, and he does not see that 73 4, 8 | unfaithfully his superior's will; a stench of impurity, 74 4, 9 | in affection his superior's will, seeing and judging 75 4, 10 | the Bridge by the Devil's road, when I spoke to you 76 4, 11 | in Your heat all the soul's self-love; You are the fire 77 Lette, 0| we would go to St. Peter's, although a good mile distant,


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