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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| upon insight into human nature in general, but also upon 2 Intro, 0| the limitations of human nature. Thus he counsels St. Augustine, 3 Intro, 0| should warn us of its true nature. Love, that love of man 4 Intro, 0| been accomplished in her, Nature and Grace have lain down 5 2, 4 | our humanity, our human nature and likeness. Oh, abyss 6 2, 5 | clothed in your own very nature, the corrupted clay of Adam, 7 2, 5 | suffering in that self-same nature in which man had offended, 8 2, 5 | created him. This human nature, joined with the divine 9 2, 5 | joined with the divine nature, was sufficient to satisfy 10 2, 5 | sustained in its finite nature, that is in the flesh of 11 2, 5 | the divine and infinite nature joined to it. The two natures 12 2, 5 | one dough with the divine nature, by the fire of divine love 13 2, 5 | in this way. Thus human nature was sufficient to satisfy 14 2, 5 | by virtue of the divine nature. And in this way was destroyed 15 2, 5 | the Deity united with your nature, the bitter medicine of 16 2, 6 | humiliating the divine nature, and taking your humanity, 17 2, 6 | the divine with the human nature. This is the debt which 18 2, 8 | because the earth of human nature was not sufficient to satisfy 19 2, 8 | necessary to join human nature with the height of My nature, 20 2, 8 | nature with the height of My nature, the Eternal Deity, so that 21 2, 8 | human race, so that human nature should sustain the punishment, 22 2, 8 | punishment, and that the Divine nature, united with the human, 23 2, 10 | will now explain to you the nature of this Bridge. I have told 24 2, 10 | most Holy Cross, the Divine nature remaining joined to the 25 2, 10 | the earth, for the Divine nature is united and kneaded into 26 2, 13 | by virtue of the Divine Nature and sat at the right hand 27 2, 13 | the divine with the human nature, for this is the truth. ~ 28 2, 16 | had it not, but because nature gave them the light to know 29 2, 23 | man, not that My divine nature was therefore separated 30 2, 23 | therefore separated from human nature, but I let Him suffer like 31 2, 23 | according to the divine nature, and, according to the human 32 2, 23 | according to the human nature, His face was unchangeable, 33 2, 26 | in the vision of their nature (that is, the humanity of 34 2, 26 | this mass of their Adam nature raised above all the choirs 35 2, 27 | For the soul, from her nature, always relishes good, though 36 2, 30 | no sin, for man, by his nature, cannot desire anything 37 2, 32 | the union of the Divine nature with the human nature. And 38 2, 32 | Divine nature with the human nature. And you, finding yourselves 39 2, 32 | the Divine with the human nature. Why did He say 'Come to 40 2, 39 | Wherefore I veiled the Divine nature with your humanity, so that 41 3, 5 | virtue of the infinite Divine nature, united with the finite 42 3, 5 | united with the finite human nature, which human nature endures 43 3, 5 | human nature, which human nature endures pain in Me, the 44 3, 5 | humanity. But because the one nature is steeped in and united 45 3, 6 | not so much in the angelic nature as in the human, for, whether 46 3, 12 | exceeding every limit of her nature with the greatness of her 47 3, 14 | knows and sees the Divine nature united to your humanity. ~ 48 3, 14 | through union with the Divine nature. But do you, His pilgrim-members, 49 3, 18 | all to know the transitory nature of the things of the world, 50 3, 19 | you, explaining to you the nature of these two states which 51 3, 21 | its union with the divine nature. In like manner these are 52 3, 24 | made of My Deity with human nature; so that in this you have 53 3, 24 | angels, for I took your human nature and not that of the angels. 54 3, 24 | by the union of My Divine Nature with your human nature. 55 3, 24 | Divine Nature with your human nature. This greatness is given 56 3, 24 | its union with the Divine nature, and, by this means of the 57 3, 24 | with the Light of My Divine nature and the fiery heat of the 58 3, 24 | another place that the Divine nature never left the human nature, 59 3, 24 | nature never left the human nature, either by death or from 60 3, 25 | and whole man, the Divine nature united with the human nature, 61 3, 25 | nature united with the human nature, the Body, the Soul, and 62 3, 25 | Soul united with My Divine nature, not detached from Me, as 63 3, 28 | terrestrial angels, not by nature, but by their ministry, 64 3, 29 | Son united to My Divine nature. Their sins indeed should 65 3, 30 | and perfect man transcends nature, extinguishing his natural 66 3, 30 | happiness of the angelic nature! This joy is received by 67 3, 31 | is no fragility of your nature which moves you to despair, 68 4, 10 | divinity with your human nature. ~


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