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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| powers of excommunication. Nothing can be further from the 2 Intro, 0| insulting their exiled rulers. Nothing could exceed their contempt 3 Intro, 0| rightly; but if they have nothing but this to offer us, our 4 Intro, 0| from first to last it is nothing more than a mystical exposition 5 1, 3 | love, it would be worth nothing to me. The glorious Apostle 6 1, 5 | be given you, for I deny nothing to him who asks of Me in 7 1, 6 | your goodwill if you have nothing else. A man therefore, who 8 1, 7 | love of Me, profits him nothing so far as grace is concerned. 9 2, 2 | and that it can live by nothing else than love; and, that 10 2, 3 | which the soul is worth nothing. And this love should be 11 2, 14 | turn my thought, I find nothing but mercy. Oh, Eternal Father! 12 2, 15 | My will because it loves nothing but dead things. These three 13 2, 15 | sin, for sin in itself is nothing, and such men have become 14 2, 19 | Sin is nothing. You, then, have become 15 2, 19 | You, then, have become nothing; it has deprived you of 16 2, 25 | My enemies. Wherefore in nothing do they disagree with Me, 17 2, 27 | man knows himself to be nothing, being unable to lift off 18 2, 27 | weak, and by himself can do nothing, unless I allow him. And 19 2, 27 | river, and who care for nothing but themselves, to love 20 2, 28 | themselves in Mine, and I will nothing but your sanctification. 21 2, 28 | My sake, and they desire nothing but what I desire. If I 22 2, 29 | of God, in having placed nothing in this life, no matter 23 2, 30 | the memory is filled with nothing but that which the affection 24 2, 30 | that it can discern and see nothing but such glittering objects. 25 2, 33 | emptied with other things, for nothing can remain empty, and, being 26 2, 37 | that of themselves they are nothing and have no grace, and accordingly 27 2, 37 | see and know that I wish nothing but their good, through 28 2, 39 | He had from Me, I having nothing from Him; wherefore, again, 29 2, 40 | and knowing that I desire nothing but her sanctification, 30 3, 1 | This prayer avails you nothing, for you need attend to 31 3, 1 | for you need attend to nothing except your vocal prayers.' 32 3, 2 | Such as these give heed to nothing except to completing Psalms 33 3, 8 | made stable, so that in nothing can it suffer pain, because 34 3, 10 | salvation of souls. So that in nothing are they in discord with 35 3, 12 | from the Truth Himself, and nothing can be learnt in the Truth 36 3, 15 | otherwise it would be worth nothing, nor would any virtue of 37 3, 16 | is a tree on which grow nothing but fruits of death, putrid 38 3, 16 | neighbors. And they think of nothing else but cursing and condemning 39 3, 16 | Greater than himself there is nothing but Myself, the Eternal 40 3, 18 | for your sins consist in nothing else than in loving that 41 3, 20 | and fixes her attention on nothing else except seeing in what 42 3, 20 | open mortal sin, seeing nothing in others, but My will, 43 3, 20 | as has been said, wishes nothing else but your good; so that 44 3, 22 | because without You is nothing done. To You, then, Eternal 45 3, 22 | and that they attend to nothing else than to complete in 46 3, 23 | for without Me you can do nothing, I will fulfill your desires, 47 3, 24 | of yourselves you can do nothing, though I have given you 48 3, 24 | has fallen, which can do nothing but crackle when brought 49 3, 24 | it is extinguished, and nothing remains but smoke; so this 50 3, 24 | the Sacrament she feels nothing but the crackling of a remorseful 51 3, 28 | in the Church. They saved nothing, and after their death there 52 3, 28 | greatly in Me that they feared nothing. Sylvester feared not when 53 3, 28 | accompanied they feared nothing. He only who feels himself 54 3, 28 | have full experience, for nothing could injure their souls; 55 3, 31 | whichever side he turns he hears nothing but reproaches with great 56 3, 31 | there is no pleasure and nothing but intolerable suffering 57 3, 31 | hope of My mercy they did nothing but offend Me miserably. 58 3, 31 | divine spouse, and think of nothing but stripping her for their 59 3, 32 | whichever side I turn I find nothing but the abyss and fire of 60 3, 32 | You have created us from nothing; now, therefore, that we 61 4, 5 | order that they might do nothing else, he chose poverty for 62 4, 5 | lived he applied himself to nothing but prayer, preaching, and 63 4, 6 | in a faith which despises nothing, for as a child who does 64 4, 8 | to spend; when you have nothing left necessity takes you 65 4, 8 | poverty, so that they have nothing to spend, and therefore 66 Lette, 0| she did so, she swallowed nothing of the substance of the 67 Lette, 0| bosom and limbs, in which nothing could be seen but the bones, 68 Lette, 0| but I have been to them nothing but a mirror of human weakness;


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