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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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   Chapter, Paragraph
1 Intro, 0| Napoleon was conquered at last rather by a conspiracy of the slowly 2 Intro, 0| iron hand of Pope Boniface, rather flourished than otherwise 3 Intro, 0| and verbose, are marked rather by a sort of canonized common 4 Intro, 0| of a class of writers, or rather purveyors, well-intentioned 5 1, 1 | had for His servants, but rather to manifest it; and, that 6 1, 4 | the soul, but one which rather fattens her; for since she 7 1, 4 | sweat, and humble prayers; rather I accept them, inasmuch 8 1, 7 | chief conversation, to this rather than to other virtues, and, 9 1, 8 | hope through love of Me, it rather fortifies it, and proves 10 1, 8 | placing his faith and hope rather in his own sensuality, which 11 1, 8 | man's injustice, but is rather proved, that is to say, 12 2, 1 | chiefly on penance, but rather on virtues; and how discretion 13 2, 1 | will be impeded; she should rather place reliance on the affection 14 2, 1 | principal affection in virtue rather than in penance. Penance 15 2, 3 | ordered or discreet love, but rather indiscreet, for it is not 16 2, 9 | that You had of us? We are rather Your guilty and malignant 17 2, 12 | great a good, and chooses rather to receive in this life, 18 2, 13 | His doctrine by example rather than by words; for He practiced, 19 2, 13 | tell you, that is, I will rather tell those who might fall 20 2, 22 | it possible, they would rather choose the fire, and the 21 2, 22 | had returned to yourself) rather to walk on a road of fire, 22 2, 27 | for he has not love), but rather to deprive you of it, and 23 2, 27 | deceived they are, choosing rather to die of hunger than to 24 2, 29 | salvation of creatures, but rather arranged for the exercising 25 2, 35 | not break the old law, but rather fulfills it, as said My 26 2, 37 | fear of punishment, but rather with love. This very love, 27 2, 39 | the Father to you,' but rather, 'I will manifest Myself 28 3, 2 | souls whose prayers are rather words than love. Such as 29 3, 2 | it were, by conscience, rather than abandon that which 30 3, 4 | Son, not fearing pain, but rather glorying therein. They did 31 3, 10 | not want it. They would rather delight in the Cross, with 32 3, 11 | did not break the old law; rather are the two laws bound together, 33 3, 11 | understood the Holy Scripture rather literally than with understanding, 34 3, 13 | caused by fear; but first rather of the tears of wicked men 35 3, 14 | the unitive state; they rather give savor to each other, 36 3, 18 | way matter for pride, but rather for true and perfect humility. 37 3, 19 | have placed their desire rather in the mortification of 38 3, 19 | have placed their desire rather in the mortification of 39 3, 19 | mortification of the body, rather than in the destruction 40 3, 20 | whatever source it comes, but rather enduring the troubles, the 41 3, 20 | fall into judgment, but rather into true and holy compassion, 42 3, 25 | bodily perceptions, but rather with your spiritual perceptions, 43 3, 28 | but the putrefaction would rather spread to the other members, 44 3, 28 | negligence and ignorance, but rather recognized it to be from 45 3, 30 | an afflictive pain, but rather profitable, for the soul 46 3, 31 | that the creature would rather choose any pain that can 47 3, 31 | has a hope in mercy, but rather has presumption), there 48 3, 31 | by means of My mercy, but rather that they should dilate 49 3, 31 | presumption would not do My will, rather you hid it under the ground 50 4, 2 | desire to be despised, but rather take delight in the praise 51 4, 5 | only your will; desiring rather to be thought vile by the 52 4, 5 | the death of a sinner, but rather that he should be converted 53 4, 5 | grace, for he obtained it rather by means of prayer than 54 4, 6 | of My other servants, but rather worthy of pain, for he despises 55 4, 6 | thinking of the morrow, but rather depriving himself today 56 4, 8 | the occasions of them, but rather seeking them in order to 57 4, 9 | truly obedient man obeys rather the intention than the word, 58 4, 9 | wherefore I say to you that he rather obeys the intention than 59 4, 9 | were placed in the fire, rather than transgress My obedience, 60 4, 10 | with anxious desire, or rather I caused you to make them 61 Lette, 0| pure dove accuse herself, rather, as I think, for our example


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