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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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   Chapter, Paragraph
1 Intro, 0| produce the illusion of living men and women, and, in order 2 Intro, 0| appreciation of the particular men and women engaged in the 3 Intro, 0| in the public road, where men and beasts were continually 4 Intro, 0| by papal legates, mostly men of blood and lust, who ground 5 Intro, 0| Gregory I., one of the few men whom their fellows have 6 Intro, 0| refraction, over the hearts of men. The Divine nuptials, about 7 1, 3 | pains that are given to men in this life are given as 8 1, 4 | and the ingratitude of men, she endures intolerable 9 1, 6 | retailer of the flesh of men. Oh, dearest daughter, grieve 10 1, 7 | to you, that is, because men are deprived of the affection 11 1, 7 | could easily have created men possessed of all that they 12 1, 7 | See then, that I have made men My ministers, and placed 13 1, 8 | benignity on the irascible. Good men produce and prove all their 14 1, 8 | neighbor, just as perverse men all their vices; thus, if 15 1, 8 | and detractions of wicked men, who, whether by injuries 16 2, 3 | holding it as folly. And the men of the world cannot take 17 2, 3 | appear before the eyes of men, deprives her husband of 18 2, 6 | only-begotten Son, as I have said, men are not grateful, but, going 19 2, 7 | Eternal Life. Wherefore men did not render Me glory 20 2, 13 | among the conversation of men, and ascended into Heaven 21 2, 13 | disciples, standing like dead men, their hearts lifted on 22 2, 13 | conversing in very deed amongst men, and when He, the living 23 2, 15 | cruelty of those wicked men who travel below the Bridge. 24 2, 15 | itself is nothing, and such men have become the servants 25 2, 18 | like blind and ignorant men who do not recognize Me 26 2, 19 | these and by other sins men fall into false judgment, 27 2, 19 | Beelzebub.' Thus wicked men, standing in self- love, 28 2, 19 | remedies are ready to save men from eternal death, and 29 2, 27 | great is the foolishness of men in making themselves feeble, 30 2, 27 | you that the Devil invites men to the water of death, that 31 2, 30 | delusion and blindness of men, tasting in this life the 32 2, 38 | manifestation, however, is in men themselves; they manifesting 33 2, 38 | manifestation) by endowing men with the spirit of prophecy, 34 3, 6 | heaven. So that in worldly men My mercy and charity shine, 35 3, 11 | light. Ignorant and proud men of science were blind notwithstanding 36 3, 13 | rather of the tears of wicked men of the world. These are 37 3, 13 | those of fear, and belong to men who abandon sin from fear 38 3, 14 | and the persecutions of men come on her, her heart is 39 3, 16 | Of the fruit of worldly men's tears. ~ 40 3, 16 | you of that first class of men whom I mentioned at the 41 3, 16 | love it feels. So worldly men weep when their heart feels 42 3, 16 | with regard to Me, by which men judge My secret judgments, 43 3, 20 | Devil, and the murmurings of men, eats at the table of the 44 3, 20 | scandalized by any murmurings of men, either for their own sake 45 3, 20 | right to judge the will of men, but only the will of My 46 3, 20 | which is the reason why men of the world fall into such 47 3, 20 | tell you and show you how men should never discern by 48 3, 27 | I have given it to those men whom I have chosen for My 49 3, 28 | villainies, or the detractions of men, or insult, or opprobrium, 50 3, 28 | the contrary could injure men and the devils, who oftentimes 51 3, 28 | to be all things to all men, and to give to each one 52 3, 30 | ordained by My will. Such men as these wage war with the 53 3, 30 | supernatural light which these men possessed over and above 54 3, 31 | of others, just as good men are placed in a higher degree 55 4, 1 | from the conversation of men at the Ascension, He left 56 4, 2 | finite things, as do foolish men who follow the first man, 57 4, 2 | delight in the praise of men. Such as these are apt to 58 4, 3 | of obedience, but worldly men devoid of every virtue do 59 4, 5 | ordained by Me, who call men in different ways, does 60 4, 5 | but blooming flowers, and men of great perfection. Each 61 4, 6 | whether they be with just men or with sinners, through 62 4, 11 | Yourself in a fire of love to men; You, the garment which


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