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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| had come about, as most things come about in this world, 2 1, 1 | it; and, that among other things, He used to say: "Open the 3 1, 1 | Providence to provide for things in general, and in particular, 4 1, 3 | angels, and if I knew the things of the future and gave my 5 1, 4 | conscience, and by other things, satisfaction is made for 6 1, 7 | in the case of spiritual things but also of temporal. I 7 1, 7 | the word temporal for the things necessary to the physical 8 1, 8 | Wherefore, in all these things, the virtue of fortitude 9 2, 7 | animal, and all created things rebelled against man, whereas 10 2, 10 | the earth, I will draw all things unto Me." ~ 11 2, 10 | on high I will draw all things to Me.' My Goodness, seeing 12 2, 10 | high, He would draw all things to Him. And this is to be 13 2, 11 | that is his life, and the things that he loves), but he does 14 2, 11 | by which these created things are taken from the sight 15 2, 15 | it loves nothing but dead things. These three powers then 16 2, 19 | spoiled their taste, good things seem evil to them, and bad 17 2, 19 | seem evil to them, and bad things, that is to say disorderly 18 2, 30 | affection wants to love sensual things, the eye of the intellect 19 2, 30 | its sole object transitory things, with self-love, displeasure 20 2, 30 | the very brightness of the things that causes the intellect 21 2, 30 | love them; for had worldly things no such brightness there 22 2, 33 | itself and above transitory things, or, if he will still hold 23 2, 33 | it is emptied with other things, for nothing can remain 24 2, 33 | disordinate love for transitory things, it is filled with love 25 2, 33 | filled with love of celestial things, and sweet Divine love, 26 2, 38 | prophecy, showing them the things of the future. This I do 27 2, 40 | the second of the three things of which I told you, that 28 3, 3 | herself, not only for those things that are against reason, 29 3, 3 | against reason, but also for things that in reality come from 30 3, 5 | other beautiful and useful things. ~ 31 3, 5 | able to show, by finite things, because My love was infinite, 32 3, 6 | move above them. And in all things created and made for them, 33 3, 8 | Thus in all things created, in all rational 34 3, 8 | and in all creatures and things, even in the devils, as 35 3, 14 | of prophecy, knowing the things of the future. This is the 36 3, 14 | soul should despise such things, not indeed in so far as 37 3, 16 | making a god of created things and of their own sensuality, 38 3, 17 | of virtue. These are the things which I beg You to tell 39 3, 18 | repeat to you here many things concerning these lights, 40 3, 18 | transitory nature of the things of the world, all of which 41 3, 18 | accompanied by the vilest of all things, imposing on her the law 42 3, 20 | must entreat Me to do three things: to grant you to be united 43 3, 22 | her soul; and, after these things, she asks to hear something 44 3, 27 | How the things which have been said about 45 3, 28 | and preserving temporal things, that they turn their back 46 3, 28 | alone am He who provides all things necessary for the soul and 47 3, 28 | they knew how to be all things to all men, and to give 48 3, 32 | the soul, filling her with things for which she does not ask 49 4, 2 | placing your love in finite things, as do foolish men who follow 50 4, 2 | worldly riches. And so in all things which would be too long 51 4, 5 | have the care of temporal things. It is true that some failed 52 4, 6 | prayer. This and many other things happen to them because they 53 4, 8 | pleasing his self-will, and on things of the world. He left the 54 4, 10 | that you might understand things quite clearly, I represented 55 4, 11 | the many and wonderful things You have declared to me, 56 Lette, 0| these and many other similar things did that pure dove accuse 57 Lette, 0| say certain very profound things which I, for my sins, was 58 Lette, 0| salvation. Then she said certain things to Lucio and to another, 59 Lette, 0| offend Him. But all these things did not distract the holy


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