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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| must, one day, render an account of his stewardship. Nor 2 2, 3 | I called them of little account; but they please Me when 3 2, 4 | which she had conceived, on account of offenses against God, 4 2, 5 | and become leprous, on account of her filthiness and self- 5 2, 5 | of suffering, and yet, on account of guilt, My divine justice 6 2, 5 | human race, not only on account of the pain which it sustained 7 2, 5 | which man could not drink on account of his great weakness, like 8 2, 6 | injuries, taking so little account of the graces which I have 9 2, 9 | through pure love, and on account of no debt that You owed 10 2, 18 | recognize Me in themselves on account of self-love, like the Jews 11 2, 21 | grieve for her fault, not on account of the pain of Hell that 12 2, 21 | follows upon it, but on account of pain at her offense against 13 2, 21 | bewailing herself more on account of her first condemnation 14 2, 21 | first condemnation than on account of My displeasure, she arrives 15 2, 21 | works, but much more on account of the particular injustice 16 2, 21 | than My mercy, and, on that account, are they punished with 17 2, 21 | themselves, and grieving on account of the pain they expect 18 2, 23 | it will appear such, on account of their terrible and darkened 19 2, 24 | increased to himself, on account of their damnation when 20 2, 25 | they have not, on that account, pain, because no bliss 21 2, 28 | if tribulations on man's account, or infirmity, or poverty, 22 2, 28 | in this life is small, on account of the shortness of time. 23 2, 29 | in great bitterness, on account of the blindness of those 24 2, 30 | But, because the eye, on account of its blindness, does not 25 2, 35 | fear of offending, not on account of one's own damnation, 26 2, 39 | from each other, on which account He also made the following 27 2, 40 | Myself, she does not, on that account, look back, but perseveres 28 3, 2 | that is to say, either on account of any thought or movement 29 3, 2 | eternal damnation, not only on account of her confusion, but also 30 3, 2 | them, she ought not on that account to be troubled or suffer 31 3, 6 | open and swallow them up on account of their sins. I even wait 32 3, 6 | withdrawing neither on account of their sins. I even give 33 3, 10 | sentiment, the soul, on account of the union which she had 34 3, 14 | perfect hatred of its guilt on account of the offense thereby done 35 3, 15 | I call them infinite, on account of the infinite desire of 36 3, 15 | moisture it contains groans on account of the heat, because the 37 3, 15 | End, she does not on that account abandon desire, so as to 38 3, 16 | such a soul abandon on this account its good works, forevery 39 3, 18 | does he hate himself on account of it; he is ignorant of 40 3, 20 | insults or withdrawing on account of your ingratitude or ignorance 41 3, 20 | persecutions of the Jews, or on account of the insults, derision, 42 3, 22 | that You said, that, on account of the endurance and tears, 43 3, 24 | has been said, either on account of any imperfection of yours 44 3, 24 | receive no hurt, but on account of the water that was in 45 3, 28 | own self-love, on which account he hates it, and thereby 46 3, 28 | peculiarly beloved by Me, on account of the dignity which I placed 47 3, 29 | them for My ministers, on account of which dignity and authority 48 3, 29 | the hand of seculars on account of any personal defect, 49 3, 29 | in sin, but not on that account appoint yourselves their 50 3, 30 | would have no labors on that account, but because labors cause 51 3, 30 | death seem difficult, and on account of it man naturally fears 52 3, 30 | receive greater dignity on account of their priesthood, because 53 3, 31 | would have to render an account to Me; now he finds himself 54 3, 31 | milk of mercy (although on account of their sins this is great 55 3, 31 | inclined to abandon it, on account of the severe condemnation 56 3, 31 | to have given it, not on account of pleasant words, nor in 57 3, 31 | virtue is known better on account of the virtue, and the better 58 3, 31 | Christians for the same sin, on account of the ministry which I 59 3, 31 | that they ought on that account to do so, or that their 60 3, 32 | who do not knock, but on account of Your infinite goodness, 61 4, 1 | not that they are on that account separated, but united as 62 4, 3 | hard for them to do so, on account of their long habit of sin. 63 4, 5 | foundation, not, however, on that account, being deprived of true 64 4, 6 | should seem to him that on account of his great weariness and 65 4, 10 | ministers should not diminish on account of the sins of the latter, 66 Lette, 0| Church to be exposed, on account of which she remained greatly 67 Lette, 0| continuous, sad, and feeble. On account of this it seemed right 68 Lette, 0| Church, promising me that, on account of them, You would use mercy 69 Lette, 0| understand, and also on account of the grief with which


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