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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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   Chapter, Paragraph
1 Intro, 0| individual rival. The lion could hardly have been caught 2 Intro, 0| exponent of the Divine Justice, could not, in his own person, 3 Intro, 0| piety. From the day that she could walk she became very popular 4 Intro, 0| Islam that their subjects could learn the path of peace. 5 Intro, 0| decline in its position could not fail to affect even 6 Intro, 0| their exiled rulers. Nothing could exceed their contempt for 7 1, 1 | she considered that a soul could not be of use, whether in 8 1, 6 | medium; in no other way could sin ever be committed either 9 1, 7 | for love of his fellow. I could easily have created men 10 2, 5 | to a certain extent, he could only have satisfied for 11 2, 5 | himself, nor for others, could man satisfy, his sin having 12 2, 5 | who was enfeebled, and could not satisfy for the above 13 2, 5 | bitter medicine, which man could not drink on account of 14 2, 5 | creature full of such ignorance could receive no greater." ~ 15 2, 7 | Son a Bridge by which man could pass. ~ 16 2, 7 | such a way, that no one could arrive at Eternal Life. 17 2, 7 | with his own justice alone, could arrive at Eternal Life. 18 2, 8 | at life; but the Bridge could not be made of earth sufficiently 19 2, 9 | Your creature, as if You could not live without him, and 20 2, 10 | And there was no one who could go on the Bridge until It 21 2, 10 | seeing that in no other way could you be drawn to Me, I sent 22 2, 10 | love. Greater love, then, I could not show you, than to lay 23 2, 14 | were, like one intoxicated, could not contain herself, but 24 2, 19 | every vice, so that no one could say that any vice remained 25 2, 22 | horrible that the heart of man could not imagine it. And if you 26 2, 24 | was deprived of love and could not desire good, either 27 2, 25 | meritorious act, by which they could merit anything, because 28 2, 27 | because in no other way could he catch them, for they 29 2, 29 | in what condition, that could be an impediment to the 30 2, 30 | already told you that no one could come to Me except by Him, 31 2, 31 | asked Me, how the voyagers could come out of the river. There 32 2, 36 | I told you that no one could go by the Bridge or come 33 2, 37 | his fall, that, not only could he not bear any pain himself, 34 2, 39 | because I, being invisible, could not be seen by you, until 35 3, 5 | much more I loved than I could show you by finite pain. 36 3, 5 | time of your life, when you could, now will I not remember 37 3, 5 | the whole human generation could not have been restored to 38 3, 5 | that I loved more than I could show, with finite pain. 39 3, 8 | not loved your being, you could not be, but My love created 40 3, 11 | Me, and in no other way could she perfectly have done 41 3, 12 | her, that in no other way could she learn about the different 42 3, 14 | Captain, was the only One who could increase in no perfection, 43 3, 20 | terrible slavery in which you could ever be, and also to teach 44 3, 20 | thinking in what way you could arrive at perfect purity, 45 3, 24 | Word, for, in no other way, could you participate in this 46 3, 24 | disposition so that she could not receive the Light. See, 47 3, 28 | I being for him, no one could be against him; and in the 48 3, 28 | experience, for nothing could injure their souls; but 49 3, 28 | but they on the contrary could injure men and the devils, 50 4, 1 | Holy Gospel that 'no one could come to Me, the Father, 51 4, 5 | delightful that your tongue could not narrate it. I say, then, 52 4, 5 | to the battlefield; and I could tell you the same of many 53 4, 6 | if they had it not they could not spend it. They fall 54 4, 7 | Peter, for in no other way could you follow Me. And I, in 55 4, 8 | produces, that your tongue could not relate them. Oh! disobedience, 56 4, 9 | did not proceed to ask how could it possibly do any good, 57 4, 9 | of many others of whom I could tell you. The water bore 58 4, 11 | Sea Profound! what more could You give me than Yourself; 59 Lette, 0| greatest difficulty that she could force herself to take any, 60 Lette, 0| Moreover, not one drop of water could she swallow for refreshment, 61 Lette, 0| limbs, in which nothing could be seen but the bones, covered 62 Lette, 0| waist downwards that she could not move herself, even a 63 Lette, 0| to such a state that we could observe no other movement 64 Lette, 0| in such a manner that I could not doubt that, like one 65 Lette, 0| which was so great that she could hardly utter her words,


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