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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| the Divine judgment on the sins of Rodrigo Borgia. It was 2 1, 2 | You may punish me for my sins in this finite life, and, 3 1, 2 | life, and, inasmuch as my sins are the cause of the sufferings 4 1, 3 | through her sorrow for her own sins, which she has committed 5 1, 3 | through her sorrow for the sins which she sees her neighbors 6 1, 4 | patience, with grief for your sins, and with love of virtue 7 1, 4 | I will satisfy for your sins, and for those of My other 8 1, 4 | and contrition for their sins. So that, by means of prayer, 9 1, 4 | receive remission for their sins. See, however, the condition, 10 1, 4 | perfect contrition for the sins they have committed, but 11 1, 4 | the corruption of their sins, and so receive the gift 12 1, 4 | not satisfied for their sins with contrition and displeasure 13 1, 7 | I have told you how all sins are accomplished by means 14 2, 4 | spouse, when it is my own sins, and not those of Your other 15 2, 6 | any attention to their own sins, and so become My enemies, 16 2, 11 | thus have come to pass the sins, and the condition of the 17 2, 12 | Wherefore, through their sins, they are deprived of Me, 18 2, 14 | with which You cover the sins of Your creatures! I do 19 2, 16 | are as diverse as are the sins; and first, of the sin of 20 2, 16 | tree, are as diverse as sins are diverse. See that some 21 2, 17 | they may repent of their sins. Would they then give their 22 2, 17 | Me with many and diverse sins. And this she does because 23 2, 19 | By these and by other sins men fall into false judgment, 24 2, 21 | to Me than all the other sins that the soul has committed. 25 2, 22 | filthiness and iniquitous sins, that follow upon these. 26 2, 22 | to the diversity of their sins, to some more, and to some 27 2, 26 | turning back to see their sins and My Mercy. And they arrive 28 2, 27 | mercy greater than their sins. The wicked sinners do the 29 2, 28 | themselves, they see their sins, and understand by the light 30 2, 35 | mercy, the penalty of the sins committed by humanity was 31 3, 2 | and the remission of her sins. And this she should do, 32 3, 2 | of particular and hideous sins. But, as I said, I do not 33 3, 2 | the soul to consider her sins, either in general or in 34 3, 2 | yourself or to lament your sins.' And once more I gave you 35 3, 2 | I have committed so many sins, and have hardly begun to 36 3, 6 | them up on account of their sins. I even wait for them, and 37 3, 6 | neither on account of their sins. I even give equally to 38 3, 7 | those who go, for their sins, to the pains of Purgatory. 39 3, 7 | they are deprived by their sins, but as My justiciars, manifesting 40 3, 16 | honor to Me, and to confess sins, and to be used in love 41 3, 16 | branches are the seven mortal sins which are full of many and 42 3, 18 | is this light, for your sins consist in nothing else 43 3, 20 | with such hatred of your sins. It was as if the sweet 44 3, 20 | if you should see evident sins or defects, draw out of 45 3, 22 | some other place, of the sins which they commit today; 46 3, 28 | understand the darkness and sins of My unworthy ministers. 47 3, 28 | away the thorns of mortal sins, and planted plants odoriferous 48 3, 28 | giving them penance for the sins they committed -- they through 49 3, 29 | My Divine nature. Their sins indeed should displease 50 3, 31 | although on account of their sins this is great presumption, 51 3, 31 | more than all the other sins which they have committed. 52 3, 31 | because they commit other sins through some delight of 53 3, 31 | for this and all the other sins which he has committed; 54 3, 31 | comparison than all the sins which any creature can commit; 55 3, 31 | they should consider their sins to be greater. ~ 56 3, 31 | should remind him of the sins that he has committed, for 57 3, 31 | self-knowledge and shame for his sins, with hope, so that with 58 3, 31 | knowledge he may pay for his sins, and appease My anger, humbly 59 3, 31 | lasciviously and in many sins, receive both harm and fear 60 3, 31 | at their death the great sins they have committed, and 61 3, 31 | wherefore through these sins they make her grow pale, 62 3, 31 | to do so, or that their sins are excused through the 63 3, 31 | are excused through the sins of My ministers." ~ 64 3, 32 | have better understood the sins of those who live wretchedly. 65 3, 32 | cause and instrument of many sins -- I am plunged in intolerable 66 4, 5 | though now through their sins they are multiplied in numbers 67 4, 6 | conform himself to their sins, but to draw them out of 68 4, 10 | diminish on account of the sins of the latter, and how displeasing 69 4, 11 | these infinite evils and sins, and the many others which 70 4, 11 | arise from my miserable sins, for through them I have 71 Lette, 0| the consideration of the sins which she saw being committed 72 Lette, 0| herself in general of all her sins in the sight of God, and, 73 Lette, 0| absolve me of all these sins which I have confessed in 74 Lette, 0| profound things which I, for my sins, was not worthy to understand,


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