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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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   Chapter, Paragraph
1 1, 4 | which I use, through love alone, to lead them back to grace, 2 1, 4 | they satisfy for the guilt alone, that is, if, having abandoned 3 1, 7 | the endurance of suffering alone, without desire, was not 4 2, 1 | works of penance performed alone without the above-mentioned 5 2, 3 | such a work would not be alone, but accompanied by true 6 2, 3 | consists in the virtue of love alone, flavored with the light 7 2, 5 | therefore that the mark alone of original sin remains, 8 2, 7 | one, with his own justice alone, could arrive at Eternal 9 2, 13 | the Holy Spirit came not alone, but with the power of the 10 2, 21 | death without light, and alone, with the worm of conscience, 11 2, 25 | told you, for themselves alone, for it is not so, but it 12 2, 25 | anything, because in this life alone can they merit and sin, 13 2, 33 | care for the company, and alone he cannot go, and he turns 14 2, 33 | is afraid because he is alone; were he accompanied he 15 2, 33 | steps he would not have been alone, and would, therefore, have 16 2, 33 | solitary, that is, who is alone in self-love, is not mentioned 17 2, 35 | of virtue, servile fear alone is not sufficient to give 18 2, 35 | and is founded in love alone. The new law does not break 19 2, 37 | their Benefactor, seeking Me alone, with true humility, for 20 2, 37 | fear and mercenary love alone, falls into many troubles. 21 2, 39 | the eye of the intellect alone, for, as I am, you cannot 22 2, 40 | Holy Spirit did not return alone, but came with My power, 23 3, 5 | desire to follow the Father alone, but they who are perfect 24 3, 11 | old law, founded in fear alone, being taken from it, by 25 3, 14 | fear, knowing that fear alone is not sufficient to give 26 3, 16 | seen how, through words alone, have come revolutions of 27 3, 16 | Eternal God. Therefore I alone can satisfy him, and, because 28 3, 20 | but purely through love alone. Such as these have lost 29 3, 20 | yourself or to others. My will alone should you consider, both 30 3, 22 | not beseech You for myself alone, Father, but for the whole 31 3, 25 | saying. But sight remained alone in the eye of your intellect, 32 3, 25 | of love. With this hand alone can you touch that which 33 3, 28 | this True Light. With light alone? No; because the light cannot 34 3, 28 | soft words of encouragement alone, without reproof, he would 35 3, 28 | ones consider not that I alone am He who provides all things 36 3, 28 | solicitude to keep it, because I alone keep it. It is true that 37 3, 28 | fear, because they were not alone but were accompanied, because 38 3, 28 | that because they were not alone but were accompanied they 39 3, 28 | who feels himself to be alone, and hopes in himself, deprived 40 3, 28 | little thing, because he alone is without Me who give supreme 41 3, 31 | ministers, but in themselves alone, and in the dignities and 42 3, 31 | therefore, that this sin alone leads him to hell, where 43 3, 32 | above all goodness! You alone are He who is Supremely 44 3, 32 | Your creatures? No, but You alone, most sweet and amorous 45 3, 32 | father of lies, because You alone are He who is. And my being 46 4, 1 | inasmuch as love cannot be alone, but is accompanied by all 47 4, 2 | ordered him to desire Me alone, who can and will satisfy 48 4, 5 | glory and praise of My name alone, and the salvation of souls. 49 4, 6 | Humility is not alone but has the handmaid of 50 4, 6 | order than by him doing so alone. Wherefore he endeavors 51 4, 7 | eternal life, for charity alone enters into eternal life, 52 4, 7 | other virtues, Queen Charity alone enters and possesses Me, 53 4, 9 | which it contains. The sea alone contains itself. So I, the 54 4, 9 | the Sea Pacific, am He who alone can comprehend and value 55 Lette, 0| souls, and with this food alone, taken from the table of 56 Lette, 0| me to bind myself to You alone by sweet, loving, and fervent 57 Lette, 0| my memory faithful to You alone and to Your most high benefits; 58 Lette, 0| had given her, to love Him alone, repeating many of the words 59 Lette, 0| but through Your mercy alone, which I ask of You, in


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