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The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| affects those who approach it in the manner of a powerful 2 Intro, 0| special points may differ, in every country now at a certain 3 Intro, 0| living men and women, and, in order to do this successfully, 4 Intro, 0| insight into human nature in general, but also upon personal 5 Intro, 0| particular men and women engaged in the episodes with which 6 Intro, 0| occurrence, we have to depend in great measure on the personality 7 Intro, 0| character live for us. For in Art as well as Life, sympathy 8 Intro, 0| ages were a period fruitful in great individuals who molded 9 Intro, 0| succeeding period has been. In modern times the formula, 10 Intro, 0| century found his opportunity in the anarchy which followed 11 Intro, 0| hardly have been caught in such meshes in the trecento. 12 Intro, 0| been caught in such meshes in the trecento. Then, the 13 Intro, 0| animosities of princes, and, in order to understand the 14 Intro, 0| prince was the only power in the medieval state, for 15 Intro, 0| distinctions as to level them all in relation to itself. Religion 16 Intro, 0| to itself. Religion was in those days a mental and 17 Intro, 0| and social force which we, in spite of the petulant acerbity 18 Intro, 0| controversies, have difficulty in realizing. Prince and serf 19 Intro, 0| Christianity was considerably in favor of the serf. The Father 20 Intro, 0| Divine Justice, could not, in his own person, escape its 21 Intro, 0| of the faithless steward. In a "Last Judgment" by Angelico 22 Intro, 0| seem to have a special joy in hurrying off to the pit 23 Intro, 0| of the people, succeeded in establishing a monstrous 24 Intro, 0| expression, necessary and sacred in its place, of the Idea of 25 Intro, 0| to the Papal Legate, who, in his confusion, committed 26 Intro, 0| You cannot do it," he was in the tradition of medieval 27 Intro, 0| Christian idea was accepted in those times made the saint 28 Intro, 0| to a personal revelation. In particular he was held to 29 Intro, 0| wherever they found it, even in the highest places. It is 30 Intro, 0| of this attitude occurs in the life of the Blessed 31 Intro, 0| every mark of reverence. In this highly characteristic 32 Intro, 0| walls, suddenly, at a turn in the road, on one of the 33 Intro, 0| recurrent to the memory in such an environment: often 34 Intro, 0| successful rival of Florence in commerce, war, and politics, 35 Intro, 0| than five hundred years; in truth the town has never 36 Intro, 0| recovered from the plague which, in the far-off days of 1348, 37 Intro, 0| forces of the Guelf party in Tuscany, has now, after 38 Intro, 0| rulers has been as yet, in great measure, spared to 39 Intro, 0| to conceal its presence in the folds of olive which 40 Intro, 0| like Casa Tolomei, built in 1205, others delicate specimens 41 Intro, 0| Piccolomini, we find ourselves in a world very remote indeed 42 Intro, 0| whose story lives forever in the verse of Dante. Who 43 Intro, 0| life given her by the poet? In her moment of suffering 44 Intro, 0| that ancient fortress-home, in a winding alley that can 45 Intro, 0| small tradesman's dwelling. In the fourteenth century it 46 Intro, 0| large family lived together in the manner still obtaining 47 Intro, 0| the manner still obtaining in Italy, in the little house, 48 Intro, 0| still obtaining in Italy, in the little house, till the 49 Intro, 0| till the death of Giacomo in 1368. ~ 50 Intro, 0| are stirring pages enough in Christian hagiology. Who 51 Intro, 0| will? There are other pages in the lives of the saints, 52 Intro, 0| a soft and tender glow, in which the curves and lines 53 Intro, 0| after-life, I will relate in Father Raymond's words, 54 Intro, 0| has been mentioned above, in order to carry something 55 Intro, 0| with regal magnificence, in which was seated, on an 56 Intro, 0| Savior of the world, clothed in pontifical vestments, and 57 Intro, 0| her Savior, who, appearing in so marvelous a manner, in 58 Intro, 0| in so marvelous a manner, in order sweetly to gain her 59 Intro, 0| the sign of the Holy Cross in the manner of a bishop, 60 Intro, 0| lifted and immovable eyes in the public road, where men 61 Intro, 0| but, seeing her immovable in the distance and paying 62 Intro, 0| the appearance of Christ, in the semblance of His Vicar, 63 Intro, 0| a life or have succeeded in leaving so remarkable an 64 Intro, 0| wherever she finds them, in the condemned cell or in 65 Intro, 0| in the condemned cell or in the hospital ward. She is 66 Intro, 0| deepest degradation, while, in the absence of the Pontiff, 67 Intro, 0| Clement had submitted in leaving Rome, was the only 68 Intro, 0| authority at his service in the gravely suspicious matter 69 Intro, 0| Gradually the Holy See in exile lost its ecumenical 70 Intro, 0| French crown. Such a decline in its position could not fail 71 Intro, 0| prestige. It was well enough in theory to apply to the situation 72 Intro, 0| Ubi Papa ibi Roma; but, in practice, Christendom grew 73 Intro, 0| weak and compliant, were in their personal characters 74 Intro, 0| XXII. for his genuine zeal in the cause of learning, or 75 Intro, 0| restored ecclesiastical studies in the Western Schools. For 76 Intro, 0| since. It amounted to belief in a new revelation of the 77 Intro, 0| to a French Pope residing in distant Avignon, however 78 Intro, 0| indicated a widespread anarchy in the minds of Christians. 79 Intro, 0| as most things come about in this world, by what seems 80 Intro, 0| decay of the Imperial power in Italy due to the practical 81 Intro, 0| the West -- had resulted in a natural increase of secular 82 Intro, 0| political situation thus created in Italy. ~ 83 Intro, 0| and greatest of bishops in his day was St. Gregory 84 Intro, 0| which the people had been in the habit of meeting together 85 Intro, 0| and statesmanlike thought. In this way Gregory may truly 86 Intro, 0| religion," not assuredly in the entirety of its details 87 Intro, 0| Catholic, as weaving together in the web of its own secular 88 Intro, 0| inevitably came to acquire in an Italy deserted by the 89 Intro, 0| their spiritual father. In many cases, indeed, his 90 Intro, 0| tracts of country, not only in Italy, but also in Sicily, 91 Intro, 0| only in Italy, but also in Sicily, Corsica, Gaul, and 92 Intro, 0| Africa, thus laying deep in the hearts of the people 93 Intro, 0| our subject to work out in detail the stages by which 94 Intro, 0| effect of her eloquence in persuading the wavering 95 Intro, 0| essentially small means, in an aridity and narrowness 96 Intro, 0| achievement. History, and in particular the history of 97 Intro, 0| the Church, is not wanting in such instances. Savonarola 98 Intro, 0| the state; but the spirit in which he pursued them excludes 99 Intro, 0| Pantheon of gracious souls in which humanity enshrines 100 Intro, 0| s gesta expressed itself in a "style" so winning, so 101 Intro, 0| sheer beauty of the soul "in a state of Grace" is a point 102 Intro, 0| love of man for man which, in deepest truth, is, in the 103 Intro, 0| which, in deepest truth, is, in the words of the writer 104 Intro, 0| transit, so to speak. See, in the following pages, the 105 Intro, 0| Sacred Humanity, of the soul in vi‰ on its dusty pilgrimage 106 Intro, 0| imagination, not, as too often in these days of the twilight 107 Intro, 0| have been accomplished in her, Nature and Grace have 108 Intro, 0| secretaries by the Saint in ecstasy. Apart from the 109 Intro, 0| for its special value lies in the fact that from first 110 Intro, 0| creeds taught to every child in the Catholic poor-schools. 111 Intro, 0| appropriately exposed for sale in the Roman shop-windows, 112 Intro, 0| St. Philip Neri's advice in the matter was to prefer 113 Intro, 0| preceded by the title of Saint. In the Dialogo we have a great 114 Intro, 0| who ever lived, treating, in a manner so simple and familiar 115 Intro, 0| Boccaccio and Petrarch. To-day, in the streets of Siena, the 116 Intro, 0| complete works of St. Catherine in the last century. His is 117 Intro, 0| sentences, so suggestive in its way of the sing-song 118 Intro, 0| plough will often appear in the same sentence, sometimes 119 Intro, 0| same sentence, sometimes in the same phrase. In such 120 Intro, 0| sometimes in the same phrase. In such cases I have occasionally 121 Intro, 0| the confusion of metaphor in the original involves hopeless 122 1, 1 | neighbors, exercising herself in humble prayer, after she 123 1, 1 | a certain space of time, in the ordinary virtues, remaining 124 1, 1 | ordinary virtues, remaining in the cell of self-knowledge, 125 1, 1 | cell of self-knowledge, in order to know better the 126 1, 1 | herself with the truth. But, in no way, does the creature 127 1, 1 | because prayer, exercising her in the above way, unites with 128 1, 1 | with Me and I with him. In several places we find similar 129 1, 1 | when she was lifted up in prayer, with great elevation 130 1, 1 | to the soul, creating her in My image and similitude, 131 1, 1 | could not be of use, whether in doctrine, example, or prayer, 132 1, 1 | she did not acquire virtue in herself -- addressed four 133 1, 1 | for the whole world, and in particular for the peace 134 1, 1 | against the Holy Church; in the fourth and last, she 135 1, 1 | Providence to provide for things in general, and in particular, 136 1, 1 | for things in general, and in particular, for a certain 137 1, 2 | neediness of the world, and in what a tempest of offense 138 1, 2 | spiritual Father of her soul, in which he explained to her 139 1, 2 | And, since the soul seems, in such communion, sweetly 140 1, 2 | inasmuch as the soul is then in God, and God in the soul, 141 1, 2 | is then in God, and God in the soul, as the fish is 142 1, 2 | the soul, as the fish is in the sea, and the sea in 143 1, 2 | in the sea, and the sea in the fish, she desired the 144 1, 2 | morrow was a feast of Mary) in order to hear Mass. And, 145 1, 2 | accuse myself before You, in order that You may punish 146 1, 2 | may punish me for my sins in this finite life, and, inasmuch 147 1, 2 | must endure, I implore You, in Your kindness, to punish 148 1, 2 | kindness, to punish them in my person." ~ 149 1, 3 | desire, doing as He did in the Old Testament, for when 150 1, 3 | sweet Truth to that soul, in sending down the fire of 151 1, 3 | endures, or can endure, in this life, are insufficient 152 1, 3 | pains that are given to men in this life are given as punishments, 153 1, 3 | punishments, but as corrections, in order to chastise a son 154 1, 3 | I wish from My creature in two ways: in one way, through 155 1, 3 | My creature in two ways: in one way, through her sorrow 156 1, 3 | against Me her Creator; in the other way, through her 157 1, 3 | works are finite and done in finite time; but, inasmuch 158 1, 4 | the guilt and the penalty in oneself and in others; and 159 1, 4 | the penalty in oneself and in others; and how sometimes 160 1, 4 | the guilt is not punished in this finite time by any 161 1, 4 | is of value, and has life in itself, through Christ crucified, 162 1, 4 | crucified, My only begotten Son, in so far as the soul has drawn 163 1, 4 | that is, His Footprints. In this way, and in no other, 164 1, 4 | Footprints. In this way, and in no other, are virtues of 165 1, 4 | are virtues of value, and in this way, pains satisfy 166 1, 4 | and intimate love acquired in the knowledge of My goodness, 167 1, 4 | knowledge of My goodness, and in the bitterness and contrition 168 1, 4 | endure the patient humility in which consists the above-mentioned 169 1, 4 | and, by humbling yourself in the valley of humility, 170 1, 4 | daughter, can have life in itself except through charity, 171 1, 4 | foster-mother and nurse of charity. In self-knowledge, then, you 172 1, 4 | humble yourself, seeing that, in yourself, you do not even 173 1, 4 | and others before you were in existence; and that, through 174 1, 4 | you, and re-created you in the Blood of My only-begotten 175 1, 4 | cloud of self-love, and in no other way can he learn. 176 1, 4 | soul will inflame herself in this knowledge of Me with 177 1, 4 | which love she continues in constant pain; not, however, 178 1, 4 | who have learnt My truth in this way, to sustain, even 179 1, 4 | and injuries and insults in word and deed, for the glory 180 1, 4 | satisfaction and reward, both in you and in others. In yourself 181 1, 4 | reward, both in you and in others. In yourself you 182 1, 4 | both in you and in others. In yourself you will receive 183 1, 4 | that you ever offended Me. In others I will satisfy through 184 1, 4 | they will receive My gifts. In particular, to those who 185 1, 4 | grace, receiving it humbly in greater or less degree, 186 1, 4 | exercise of virtue and grace in general. I say then, that, 187 1, 4 | obstinacy should not be so great in their despair as to condemn 188 1, 4 | light, and that I wake up in them the hound of conscience, 189 1, 4 | virtue, and take delight in the conversation of My servants. ~ 190 1, 4 | My truth may be fulfilled in them. I am constrained to 191 1, 4 | their loss. But I do not, in general, grant to these 192 1, 4 | dispositions on both sides, both in him that gives and him that 193 1, 4 | These are they who are in a state of ordinary charity, 194 1, 4 | trouble, they receive it in the guise of correction, 195 1, 4 | broken by the Blood, can in no way be broken. And yet, 196 1, 4 | yet, I say to you, that, in spite of his hardness of 197 1, 4 | everything that he has acquired in this life. And, filling 198 1, 4 | as have this contrition in perfection satisfy not only 199 1, 4 | already said when speaking in general; and if they satisfy 200 1, 4 | who am the Infinite Good, in greater or less degree, 201 1, 4 | measures to Me, do he receive in himself the measure of My 202 1, 5 | punish the faults of others in you, and you did not remark 203 1, 5 | wherefore he that grows in love grows in grief. Therefore, 204 1, 5 | that grows in love grows in grief. Therefore, I say 205 1, 5 | nothing to him who asks of Me in truth. Consider that the 206 1, 5 | charity is so closely joined in the soul with perfect patience, 207 1, 5 | elect to endure pains for Me in whatever mode or circumstance 208 1, 5 | Patience cannot be proved in any other way than by suffering, 209 1, 6 | he, therefore, who stands in hatred of Me, does an injury 210 1, 6 | temporally, according to the need in which he may be, at least 211 1, 6 | not love Me, he cannot be in charity with his neighbor; 212 1, 6 | evil can touch Me, except in so far as I count done to 213 1, 6 | neighbor. Him he injures in not paying him the debt, 214 1, 6 | assistance which is owed in general to every rational 215 1, 6 | example of good works, and in every other respect in which 216 1, 6 | and in every other respect in which your neighbor may 217 1, 6 | neighbor may be seen to be in need; counseling him exactly 218 1, 6 | injury and a constant evil. In this way sin causes a physical 219 1, 6 | sinner has conceived pleasure in the idea of sin, and hatred 220 1, 6 | forth cruelty, and that both in general and in particular. ~ 221 1, 6 | that both in general and in particular. ~ 222 1, 6 | himself and other creatures in danger of death and damnation 223 1, 6 | the body has its origin in cupidity, which not only 224 1, 6 | beast full of stench, and in this case he does not poison 225 1, 6 | approaches him, with love or in conversation, is poisoned. ~ 226 1, 6 | be greater than he; and in this way is injury done 227 1, 6 | to him. And if a man be in a position of authority, 228 1, 6 | See now, that, in all places and in all kinds 229 1, 6 | that, in all places and in all kinds of people, sin 230 1, 6 | and through his medium; in no other way could sin ever 231 1, 7 | differ to such an extent in creatures. ~ 232 1, 7 | gives light to every virtue. In the same way self-love, 233 1, 7 | universal body of the believers in the Christian religion; 234 1, 7 | said to you, that it was in the neighbor, that is to 235 1, 7 | neighbor, that is to say in the love of him, that all 236 1, 7 | perverse law, which is bound up in her members, and which ever 237 1, 7 | earnestness, she discovers in herself the bounty of My 238 1, 7 | which she considers again in herself. She attributes 239 1, 7 | because she sees that, in no other way, can she become 240 1, 7 | for her neighbor, because, in no other way, can she act 241 1, 7 | truth she has conceived in herself, but, loving Me 242 1, 7 | herself, but, loving Me in truth, in the same truth 243 1, 7 | but, loving Me in truth, in the same truth she serves 244 1, 7 | you possess Me by grace in your soul, producing much 245 1, 7 | to serve the whole world in general, and more or less 246 1, 7 | general, and more or less in a particular case according 247 1, 7 | advantage of this unitive love in Me, by means of which, she 248 1, 7 | the needs of her neighbor in particular. Wherefore, when 249 1, 7 | of all rational creatures in general, she helps those 250 1, 7 | which are brought forth in the love of the neighbor; 251 1, 7 | although I have given them in such a different way, that 252 1, 7 | Wherefore, learn, that, in many cases I give one virtue, 253 1, 7 | I place, indifferently, in the souls of many creatures; 254 1, 7 | particular one so placed in the soul becomes the principal 255 1, 7 | are all bound together in the affection of love; and 256 1, 7 | of virtue, and not only in the case of spiritual things 257 1, 7 | have not placed them all in one soul, in order that 258 1, 7 | placed them all in one soul, in order that man should, perforce, 259 1, 7 | ministers, and placed them in diverse stations and various 260 1, 7 | stations and various ranks, in order that they may make 261 1, 7 | Wherefore, I show you that in My house are many mansions, 262 1, 7 | other thing than love, for in the love of Me is fulfilled 263 1, 7 | he, only, can be of use in his state of life, who is 264 1, 8 | humility is proved on pride in this way. The humble man 265 1, 8 | neither loves Me, nor hopes in Me, when brought forth against 266 1, 8 | fortifies it, and proves it in the love he feels for his 267 1, 8 | because he is without hope in Me, and in My servant, because 268 1, 8 | without hope in Me, and in My servant, because he does 269 1, 8 | his faith and hope rather in his own sensuality, which 270 1, 8 | constantly seek, with hope in Me, for his salvation, inasmuch 271 1, 8 | virtue of faith is proved in these and other ways. Wherefore, 272 1, 8 | servant proves his faith in himself and in his neighbor, 273 1, 8 | his faith in himself and in his neighbor, and so, justice 274 1, 8 | kindness manifest themselves in a time of wrath by the same 275 1, 8 | the same sweet patience in My servants, and envy, vexation, 276 1, 8 | not only is virtue proved in those who render good for 277 1, 8 | perfect patience which is in him, who sustains the anger 278 1, 8 | doctrine of truth. Wherefore, in all these things, the virtue 279 1, 8 | perseveres with strength, and, in addition proves itself externally 280 1, 8 | a serious virtue founded in truth." ~ 281 2, 1 | affection be placed principally in the penance she has undertaken, 282 2, 1 | her principal affection in virtue rather than in penance. 283 2, 1 | affection in virtue rather than in penance. Penance should 284 2, 1 | the soul sees she can do in the measure of her own possibility. 285 2, 1 | penance will not be done in the light of knowledge of 286 2, 1 | of herself and of Me, and in this knowledge is virtue 287 2, 1 | the ground of humility, in which it is planted, which 288 2, 1 | means this tree remains in the perpetual calm of discretion. 289 2, 1 | if it were not planted in the virtue of humility, 290 2, 1 | one his due. Chiefly to Me in rendering praise and glory 291 2, 1 | and glory to My Name, and in referring to Me the graces 292 2, 1 | benefits, and negligent, in that she has not made the 293 2, 1 | were this humility not in the soul, the soul would 294 2, 1 | mysteries, with which I work in her soul and in those of 295 2, 1 | which I work in her soul and in those of My other creatures; 296 2, 1 | creatures; wherefore everything in Me and in her neighbor is 297 2, 1 | wherefore everything in Me and in her neighbor is cause of 298 2, 1 | Whatever rank a man be in, whether that of a noble, 299 2, 1 | together, and both planted in the ground of humility which 300 2, 2 | joined to its side, grew in the center of the circle. 301 2, 2 | circle. The tree is nourished in the earth contained in the 302 2, 2 | nourished in the earth contained in the diameter of the circle, 303 2, 2 | no fruit. Now, consider, in the same way, that the soul 304 2, 2 | that if this soul have not in very truth the divine love 305 2, 2 | of the soul, should grow in, and issue from the circle 306 2, 2 | self-knowledge which is contained in Me, who have neither beginning 307 2, 2 | yourself and of Me is found in the earth of true humility, 308 2, 2 | would have its beginning in knowledge of self, and its 309 2, 2 | knowledge of self, and its end in confusion, if this knowledge 310 2, 2 | knowledge were not contained in Me). Then the tree of love 311 2, 2 | off-shoot of true discretion, in the way that I have already 312 2, 2 | affection of love which is in the soul, and the patience, 313 2, 2 | which proves that I am in the soul and the soul in 314 2, 2 | in the soul and the soul in Me. This tree then, so sweetly 315 2, 2 | In this way, therefore, she 316 2, 3 | the light of discretion in various other modes and 317 2, 3 | proving, namely, of virtue in the time of need. And yet 318 2, 3 | replied to you, speaking in your mind, 'I take delight 319 2, 3 | your mind, 'I take delight in few words and many works.' 320 2, 3 | soul, all of which must be in activity in order to obtain 321 2, 3 | which must be in activity in order to obtain fruits worthy 322 2, 3 | of the soul were placed in penance, I should receive 323 2, 3 | and brings forth virtue in truth; that is, unless the 324 2, 3 | with the affection or love, in which case it would be grateful 325 2, 3 | foundation should be placed in penance only, or in any 326 2, 3 | placed in penance only, or in any exterior corporal act, 327 2, 3 | finite, since they are done in finite time, and also because 328 2, 3 | taught you when he said in his epistle, that you should 329 2, 3 | be dead and annihilated in everything, and subject 330 2, 3 | off all self-love founded in self-will. These then are 331 2, 3 | but manifold works, and in these I take delight. And 332 2, 3 | affection of the soul, founded in love, which gives life to 333 2, 3 | and not as a principal end in themselves. ~ 334 2, 3 | penances, and gives himself in excess to the slaying of 335 2, 3 | for otherwise he would be in an evil case, who, from 336 2, 3 | penance. Merit consists in the virtue of love alone, 337 2, 3 | the contrary, is ordered in certain conditions. The 338 2, 3 | the injury of sin to self in order to be useful to others, 339 2, 3 | herself the injury of sin in order to be useful to others. 340 2, 3 | when perfection is not in the soul, everything which 341 2, 3 | more serious the fault is in such a case, the less fruit 342 2, 3 | action produce; therefore, in no way should you ever incur 343 2, 3 | visible and did not shine in the time of trial, it would 344 2, 3 | produce the child of virtue, in the love of her neighbor, 345 2, 3 | her child to him who is in need, both in general and 346 2, 3 | him who is in need, both in general and in particular, 347 2, 3 | need, both in general and in particular, as I have said 348 2, 3 | so I declare now that, in truth, she has not conceived 349 2, 4 | ineffable love of God, shown in His great goodness, and, 350 2, 4 | Supreme and Eternal Father, in manifesting the way of perfection, 351 2, 4 | fully above. Also because in the knowledge which the 352 2, 4 | knowing the goodness of God in herself, the sweet mirror 353 2, 4 | grace, and not as her due. In that same mirror of the 354 2, 4 | on his face when he looks in a mirror, so, the soul who, 355 2, 4 | the intellect at herself in the sweet mirror of God, 356 2, 4 | the purity which she sees in Him. ~ 357 2, 4 | and knowledge increased in that soul in the aforesaid 358 2, 4 | knowledge increased in that soul in the aforesaid way, a sweet 359 2, 4 | way, a sweet sorrow grew in her, and at the same time, 360 2, 4 | with wood, so grew the fire in that soul to such an extent 361 2, 4 | divine love, which she found in the knowledge of herself 362 2, 4 | You Yourself to create man in Your image and similitude, 363 2, 4 | saying, "Let us make man in our own image," and this 364 2, 4 | that man might participate in everything belonging to 365 2, 4 | Wherefore You gave him memory in order to receive Your benefits, 366 2, 4 | by which he participates in the power of the Eternal 367 2, 4 | and so might participate in the wisdom of Your only-begotten 368 2, 4 | truth, thus participating in the clemency of Your Holy 369 2, 4 | had You for creating man in such dignity? The inestimable 370 2, 4 | which You saw Your creature in Yourself, and became enamored 371 2, 4 | sin he lost this dignity in which You originally placed 372 2, 5 | salvation and perfection in the case of that man who 373 2, 5 | the soul with every grace, in proportion to the disposition 374 2, 5 | receives It unworthily, living in iniquity and in the darkness 375 2, 5 | living in iniquity and in the darkness of mortal sin; 376 2, 5 | there might be great evil in him, because his evil would 377 2, 5 | Blood which he had received in Holy Baptism, when the stain 378 2, 5 | of your human generation, in order to restore it to grace 379 2, 5 | Word, My own Son, clothed in your own very nature, the 380 2, 5 | corrupted clay of Adam, in order that He might endure 381 2, 5 | He might endure suffering in that self-same nature in 382 2, 5 | in that self-same nature in which man had offended, 383 2, 5 | had offended, suffering in His body even to the opprobrious 384 2, 5 | pain which it sustained in its finite nature, that 385 2, 5 | its finite nature, that is in the flesh of Adam, but by 386 2, 5 | and nailed to the Cross in this way. Thus human nature 387 2, 5 | of the divine nature. And in this way was destroyed the 388 2, 5 | man is healed of a wound. In this way the original fault 389 2, 5 | to receive and increase in herself grace, more or less, 390 2, 5 | loving and serving Me; and, in the same way, she can dispose 391 2, 5 | herself to evil as to good, in spite of her having received 392 2, 5 | her having received grace in Holy Baptism. Wherefore 393 2, 5 | from slavery, and made free in order that he might govern 394 2, 5 | who delights to remain in the mud like a brute, and 395 2, 6 | have received redemption in the Blood of My Son, than 396 2, 6 | given him, creating him in My own image and similitude; 397 2, 6 | and praise by following in the steps of My Incarnate 398 2, 6 | greater their suffering in eternal damnation. ~ 399 2, 6 | afflicts him more, and, in his affliction, he feels 400 2, 6 | worm of conscience, though, in truth, he is not consumed, 401 2, 6 | Providence shall never fail you in the slightest need." ~ 402 2, 7 | and disobedience of Adam, in such a way, that no one 403 2, 7 | did not render Me glory in the way in which they ought 404 2, 7 | render Me glory in the way in which they ought to have, 405 2, 7 | they did not participate in that Good for which I had 406 2, 7 | own image and similitude, in order that he might have 407 2, 7 | brambles, and My creature found in himself rebellion against 408 2, 7 | to him, had he remained in the state in which I had 409 2, 7 | he remained in the state in which I had placed him. 410 2, 7 | and merited eternal death in soul and body. And, as soon 411 2, 7 | world. Every one was drowned in the flood, because no one, 412 2, 7 | you the Bridge of My Son, in order that, passing across 413 2, 8 | the perfect who follow Me in truth, so that you may grieve 414 2, 8 | bear themselves who walk in the light, and those who 415 2, 8 | light, and those who walk in the darkness. I also wish 416 2, 8 | This was necessary, in order to reform the road 417 2, 8 | broken, as I said to you, in order that man should pass 418 2, 8 | road. Why was this done? In order that man might come 419 2, 8 | that it is not enough, in order that you should have 420 2, 10 | gall and vinegar to drink. In these three steps you will 421 2, 10 | Bridge has three steps, in order that, climbing past 422 2, 10 | may not touch it; for, in My Son, was no venom of 423 2, 10 | My Goodness, seeing that in no other way could you be 424 2, 10 | drawn to Me, I sent Him in order that He should be 425 2, 10 | generation, should be re-made, in order to free you from death, 426 2, 10 | then, My Son was treated in this way by love, in order 427 2, 10 | treated in this way by love, in order that ignorant man 428 2, 10 | In very truth, then, My Son 429 2, 10 | this is to be understood in two ways. Firstly, that, 430 2, 10 | harmoniously joined together in My Name, all the other operations 431 2, 10 | the man performs, whether in deed or thought, are pleasing, 432 2, 10 | made for them, but for Me, in order to serve Me with all 433 2, 10 | on high, and have steps, in order that it might be climbed 434 2, 11 | which has not been proved in Him, and from Him all virtues 435 2, 11 | which descended from Heaven in the Incarnation of this 436 2, 11 | His also is the Hostelry in the Garden of the Holy Church, 437 2, 11 | follows Me does not walk in darkness, but in light.' 438 2, 11 | not walk in darkness, but in light.' And in another place 439 2, 11 | darkness, but in light.' And in another place My Truth says, ' 440 2, 11 | shown you that He is a Road in the form of the Bridge. 441 2, 11 | he who follows Him, walks in the Truth, and in Life, 442 2, 11 | walks in the Truth, and in Life, because he who follows 443 2, 11 | become your food, nor fall in the darkness, because He 444 2, 11 | goes under the Bridge, in the river where there are 445 2, 11 | since there are no supports in the water, no one can travel 446 2, 12 | delight which the soul feels in traveling by the Bridge. ~ 447 2, 12 | the Bridge, being still in the darkness of the body, 448 2, 12 | on this road, for, even in this life, he tastes and 449 2, 12 | tastes and participates in that good which has been 450 2, 12 | has been prepared for him in eternal life. He, therefore, 451 2, 12 | chooses rather to receive in this life, the earnest money 452 2, 12 | My other servants remain in continual bitterness of 453 2, 12 | offense done to Me, and in compassion for the ignorant, 454 2, 12 | and the loss of those who, in their ignorance, thus offend 455 2, 12 | and this I have told you in order to explain My words, 456 2, 12 | that He is the Truth, made in the way that I have shown 457 2, 13 | which My Truth had left in the world. Thus, though 458 2, 13 | and false judgment, I will in time discourse to you at 459 2, 13 | much I have said to you in order that there might be 460 2, 13 | be no cloud of darkness in the mind of your hearers, 461 2, 13 | taking its point of departure in you, rose into Heaven, and 462 2, 13 | the confessors, narrated in all its love by the Evangelists, 463 2, 13 | confess the Truth, is found in the mystical body of the 464 2, 13 | since they have proved in their own cases, that every 465 2, 13 | Son living and conversing in very deed amongst men, and 466 2, 13 | gives him light, so that, in this road, he may recognize 467 2, 13 | the love of virtue. Thus, in both ways, both actually 468 2, 13 | clearly, and will confirm you in the way of truth, that I 469 2, 13 | then how He returns, not in actual flesh and blood, 470 2, 13 | given you as a principle in Holy Baptism. ~ 471 2, 13 | shown it to the ignorant, in order that they may see 472 2, 13 | Doctors, placed like lanterns in the Holy Church. ~ 473 2, 13 | less, returned to you, not in His bodily presence, but 474 2, 13 | disciples, as I have said. For in His bodily presence He will 475 2, 13 | them for their labors, both in body and soul, and to dispense 476 2, 13 | who have lived wickedly in the world. ~ 477 2, 13 | their iniquities, drown in the river, attaining to 478 2, 13 | to Me, and for whom I ask in addition your tears and 479 2, 13 | addition your tears and sweat, in order that they may receive 480 2, 14 | wish you to pray for such, in order that I may do them 481 2, 14 | by You were we created, in You were we re-created in 482 2, 14 | in You were we re-created in the Blood of Your Son. Your 483 2, 14 | which Your clemency is known in all Your creatures, both 484 2, 14 | the just and the unjust. In the height of Heaven Your 485 2, 14 | Your Mercy shines, that is, in Your saints. If I turn to 486 2, 14 | abounds with Your Mercy. In the darkness of Hell Your 487 2, 14 | Mercy You have washed us in the Blood, and by Mercy 488 2, 14 | Your Mercy and Your Truth in them? Because Your goodness 489 2, 14 | reward to them that serve You in truth, You descended to 490 2, 14 | to leave Yourself to him in food, so that we, weak ones, 491 2, 14 | man, representing Yourself in the Sacrament of the Altar, 492 2, 14 | Sacrament of the Altar, in the body of Your Holy Church. 493 2, 14 | Mercy! My heart suffocates in thinking of you, for on 494 2, 15 | death, whose roots are held in four vices. ~ 495 2, 15 | refreshed a little her heart in the mercy of God, by these 496 2, 15 | you to taste and to see in the word which I spoke to 497 2, 15 | they conceived mortal sin in their minds, for they then 498 2, 15 | so those, who are drowned in the stream of disordinate 499 2, 15 | the soul's operations both in deed and thought are dead 500 2, 15 | every time that this corpse, in whom only free-will has


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