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The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| It is at least certain that the medieval period affects 2 Intro, 0| the subject, the result of that century's lack of historic 3 Intro, 0| established dates: it is then that the most delicate part of 4 Intro, 0| historian. It is evident that a man who lacks the sympathetic 5 Intro, 0| enter into the character that he attempts to delineate, 6 Intro, 0| will hardly be able to make that character live for us. For 7 Intro, 0| the middle ages than of that of any more recent period, 8 Intro, 0| molded society, to an extent that perhaps no succeeding period 9 Intro, 0| any particular moment of that period, it is necessary 10 Intro, 0| not be thought, however, that the personality of the prince 11 Intro, 0| an insufficient criticism that has led some to suppose 12 Intro, 0| has led some to suppose that the medieval Church weighed 13 Intro, 0| primarily, as an arbitrary fact: that the priesthood, aided by 14 Intro, 0| realized more profoundly that the whole external fabric 15 Intro, 0| the Idea of Christianity, that the vitality of that Idea 16 Intro, 0| Christianity, that the vitality of that Idea was the life by which 17 Intro, 0| which the Church lived, and that by that Idea all Christians, 18 Intro, 0| Church lived, and that by that Idea all Christians, priests 19 Intro, 0| transcended by the power that dwelt within him; he was 20 Intro, 0| Not infrequently indeed that message was one of warning 21 Intro, 0| Sabatier points out truly that the medieval saints occupied 22 Intro, 0| places. It is needless to say that they were not revolutionaries -- 23 Intro, 0| responsibilities of his office that they judged the unworthy 24 Intro, 0| Ghibelline Republic which, on that memorable 4th of September 25 Intro, 0| with age, once the home of that Madonna Pia whose story 26 Intro, 0| eternal. And not far from that ancient fortress-home, in 27 Intro, 0| fortress-home, in a winding alley that can hardly be called a street, 28 Intro, 0| entered into the rest of that sublime and touching symbolism 29 Intro, 0| profoundly more significant than that of poor Madonna Pia, of 30 Intro, 0| the Premonstratensian, that his infantile sports were 31 Intro, 0| pleasing to the angels, that they would frequently carry 32 Intro, 0| infant piety. From the day that she could walk she became 33 Intro, 0| So it happened that Catherine, being arrived 34 Intro, 0| gift was so efficacious, that Catherine, beside herself, 35 Intro, 0| way down hill, thinking that she was following, but, 36 Intro, 0| inspiration was a brightness that had fled. The moral state 37 Intro, 0| would have disgraced Islam that their subjects could learn 38 Intro, 0| before it became evident that Philip the Fair, the astute 39 Intro, 0| plague, and also the fact that Rome herself had produced 40 Intro, 0| radically revolutionary than that of any heretics before or 41 Intro, 0| dispensation of the Son as that had taken the place of the 42 Intro, 0| the action of the Holy See that the successor of the penniless 43 Intro, 0| Roma, as those who possess that privilege still call themselves 44 Intro, 0| ancient survivals. He ruled that the celebration of the Festivals 45 Intro, 0| of popular Catholicism, that "pensive use and wont religion," 46 Intro, 0| the many-colored threads that have at any time attached 47 Intro, 0| only possible solution of that Roman question, which, hanging 48 Intro, 0| consequences of her actions that constitute the true greatness 49 Intro, 0| and narrowness of temper that goes far to discount their 50 Intro, 0| pursued them excludes him from that Pantheon of gracious souls 51 Intro, 0| of its true nature. Love, that love of man for man which, 52 Intro, 0| irresistible attractiveness, of that positive purity of heart, 53 Intro, 0| special value lies in the fact that from first to last it is 54 Intro, 0| des Noces spirituelles, that unique breviary of the Christian 55 Intro, 0| their having done so is that, with certain noble exceptions, 56 Intro, 0| such literary perfection that this book is held by critics 57 1, 1 | unites with God the soul that follows the footprints of 58 1, 1 | words, by which we can see that it is, indeed, through the 59 1, 1 | through the effect of love, that the soul becomes another 60 1, 1 | becomes another Himself. That this may be seen more clearly, 61 1, 1 | handmaid of God, namely, that, when she was lifted up 62 1, 1 | rather to manifest it; and, that among other things, He used 63 1, 1 | with the nuptial garment (that is, the garment of love), 64 1, 1 | therefore true, indeed, that the soul unites herself 65 1, 1 | So, that soul, wishing to know and 66 1, 1 | herself -- for she considered that a soul could not be of use, 67 1, 1 | not first profit herself, that is, if she did not acquire 68 1, 2 | the cause of all the evil that was happening throughout 69 1, 2 | myself before You, in order that You may punish me for my 70 1, 3 | drew to Him the sacrifice that was acceptable to Him; so 71 1, 3 | so did the sweet Truth to that soul, in sending down the 72 1, 3 | the sacrifice of desire that she made of herself, saying: " 73 1, 3 | not know, dear daughter, that all the sufferings, which 74 1, 3 | satisfaction? However, I wish that you should know, that not 75 1, 3 | wish that you should know, that not all the pains that are 76 1, 3 | that not all the pains that are given to men in this 77 1, 3 | offends; though it is true that both the guilt and the penalty 78 1, 3 | the desire of the soul, that is, by true contrition, 79 1, 3 | they have infinite desire, that is, are joined to Me by 80 1, 3 | glorious Apostle thus shows that finite works are not valid, 81 1, 4 | shown you, dearest daughter, that the guilt is not punished 82 1, 4 | purely as such. And I say, that the guilt is punished by 83 1, 4 | virtuously follows His virtues, that is, His Footprints. In this 84 1, 4 | me, then, for pains, so that I may receive satisfaction 85 1, 4 | Truth. Wherefore I reply that this is the way, if you 86 1, 4 | of Me, the Eternal Truth, that you should never go outside 87 1, 4 | knowledge you will draw all that is necessary. No virtue, 88 1, 4 | humble yourself, seeing that, in yourself, you do not 89 1, 4 | you were in existence; and that, through the ineffable love 90 1, 4 | it follows immediately, that it is right for you, and 91 1, 4 | and I shall not remember that you ever offended Me. In 92 1, 4 | contrition for their sins. So that, by means of prayer, and 93 1, 4 | in general. I say then, that, through your desires, they 94 1, 4 | the condition, namely, that their obstinacy should not 95 1, 4 | prayers of My servants, is that I give them light, and that 96 1, 4 | that I give them light, and that I wake up in them the hound 97 1, 4 | show them what it is, so that, feeling its diverse and 98 1, 4 | lead them back to grace, so that My truth may be fulfilled 99 1, 4 | constrained to do so by that inestimable love of Mine, 100 1, 4 | perfect love, My love, and that of My servants. They do 101 1, 4 | both sides, both in him that gives and him that receives. 102 1, 4 | in him that gives and him that receives. Wherefore, since 103 1, 4 | inasmuch as I told you that they do receive remission, 104 1, 4 | this is indeed the truth, that, by that way which I have 105 1, 4 | indeed the truth, that, by that way which I have told you, 106 1, 4 | way which I have told you, that is, by the light of conscience, 107 1, 4 | servants done for them, that which was given them, through 108 1, 4 | And yet, I say to you, that, in spite of his hardness 109 1, 4 | the truth, affection, so that he should love Me, the Eternal 110 1, 4 | right to seize on everything that he has acquired in this 111 1, 4 | satisfy for the guilt alone, that is, if, having abandoned 112 1, 4 | So you see that satisfaction is made, through 113 1, 4 | recipient. Wherefore, with that very same measure with which 114 1, 5 | endures, the more she shows that she loves Me; loving Me 115 1, 5 | and you did not remark that you were really asking for 116 1, 5 | I have already told you that, by the increase of love, 117 1, 5 | grief and pain, wherefore he that grows in love grows in grief. 118 1, 5 | Therefore, I say to you all, that you should ask, and it will 119 1, 5 | of Me in truth. Consider that the love of divine charity 120 1, 5 | soul with perfect patience, that neither can leave the soul 121 1, 6 | I wish also that you should know that every 122 1, 6 | also that you should know that every virtue is obtained 123 1, 6 | and of the sweet desires that he is bound to offer for 124 1, 6 | Thus, every act of help that he performs should proceed 125 1, 6 | does no good, it follows that he must do evil. To whom 126 1, 6 | far as I count done to Me that which he does to himself. 127 1, 6 | by not doing him the good that he might do him, but by 128 1, 6 | sin, and hatred of virtue, that is, pleasure from sensual 129 1, 6 | will. Sometimes it is seen that he brings forth cruelty, 130 1, 6 | brings forth cruelty, and that both in general and in particular. ~ 131 1, 6 | grace, and so cruel is he that he reminds neither himself 132 1, 6 | his cruelty still further, that is, not content with not 133 1, 6 | weep over these corpses, so that, by prayer, the bands of 134 1, 6 | See now, that, in all places and in all 135 1, 6 | deprive your neighbor of that which you ought to give 136 1, 6 | therefore, indeed the truth that every sin done against Me, 137 1, 7 | neighbor, and how it is that virtues differ to such an 138 1, 7 | which I exposed to you, that is, because men are deprived 139 1, 7 | therefore, I said to you, that it was in the neighbor, 140 1, 7 | it was in the neighbor, that is to say in the love of 141 1, 7 | say in the love of him, that all virtues were founded; 142 1, 7 | indeed did I say to you, that charity gives life to all 143 1, 7 | obtained of herself, knowing that, by My grace, I have drawn 144 1, 7 | same time with a medium, that is to say, without the medium 145 1, 7 | of Me, because she sees that, in no other way, can she 146 1, 7 | which I have given you, that you may exercise and prove 147 1, 7 | your neighbor. This proves that you possess Me by grace 148 1, 7 | when I declared to you that the endurance of suffering 149 1, 7 | she helps with doctrine, that is, with words, giving sincere 150 1, 7 | in such a different way, that is to say not all to one, 151 1, 7 | another, it so happens that it is impossible to have 152 1, 7 | together. Wherefore, learn, that, in many cases I give one 153 1, 7 | the chief of the others, that is to say, to one I will 154 1, 7 | it happens, therefore, that the particular one so placed 155 1, 7 | all in one soul, in order that man should, perforce, have 156 1, 7 | created men possessed of all that they should need both for 157 1, 7 | body and soul, but I wish that one should have need of 158 1, 7 | have need of the other, and that they should be My ministers 159 1, 7 | the graces and the gifts that they have received from 160 1, 7 | love. It is true, however, that that act, unless made through 161 1, 7 | It is true, however, that that act, unless made through 162 1, 7 | is concerned. See then, that I have made men My ministers, 163 1, 7 | various ranks, in order that they may make use of the 164 1, 7 | Wherefore, I show you that in My house are many mansions, 165 1, 7 | house are many mansions, and that I wish for no other thing 166 1, 8 | neighbor, and manifest, by that service, the love which 167 1, 8 | wish to tell you further, that a man proves his patience 168 1, 8 | his neighbor. For, he sees that the infidel is unfaithful, 169 1, 8 | sensuality, which is all that he loves. My faithful servant 170 1, 8 | injustice, but is rather proved, that is to say, the justice of 171 1, 8 | souls. I say, also, to you, that, not only is virtue proved 172 1, 8 | render good for evil, but, that many times a good man gives 173 1, 8 | often comes benevolence, and that this is by virtue of the 174 1, 8 | fortitude were not able to make that good proof of itself, being 175 2, 1 | done by means of the body, that is, with an exterior act, 176 2, 1 | penance with discretion, that is to say, if her affection 177 2, 1 | these virtues demonstrate that the will is dead, and continually 178 2, 1 | soul perform her penance, that is, she should place her 179 2, 1 | My truth; neither loving that which I love, nor hating 180 2, 1 | which I love, nor hating that which I hate. This virtue 181 2, 1 | which has many branches; but that which gives life to the 182 2, 1 | have already said to you, that the root of discretion is 183 2, 1 | and rendering to herself that which she sees herself to 184 2, 1 | to have merited, knowing that she does not even exist 185 2, 1 | benefits, and negligent, in that she has not made the most 186 2, 1 | discretion on knowledge of self, that is, on true humility, for, 187 2, 1 | through vainglory, and that which is really her own 188 2, 1 | rank a man be in, whether that of a noble, a prelate, or 189 2, 1 | this virtue, everything that he does to his neighbor 190 2, 2 | consider, in the same way, that the soul is a tree existing 191 2, 2 | tree existing by love, and that it can live by nothing else 192 2, 2 | nothing else than love; and, that if this soul have not in 193 2, 2 | death. It is necessary then, that the root of this tree, that 194 2, 2 | that the root of this tree, that is the affection of the 195 2, 2 | diameter of the circle, that is as the knowledge of self 196 2, 2 | true discretion, in the way that I have already told you, 197 2, 2 | from the heart of the tree, that is the affection of love 198 2, 2 | the patience, which proves that I am in the soul and the 199 2, 2 | reaches the term of her being, that is Myself, her God, who 200 2, 3 | works.' I wished to show you that he who merely calls on me 201 2, 3 | give Me much pleasure; but that I desired the manifold works 202 2, 3 | Infinite, seek infinite works, that is an infinite perfection 203 2, 3 | I wish therefore that the works of penance, and 204 2, 3 | brings forth virtue in truth; that is, unless the finite operation, 205 2, 3 | it would not be becoming that that principal foundation 206 2, 3 | would not be becoming that that principal foundation should 207 2, 3 | because it is often profitable that the creature omit them, 208 2, 3 | creature omit them, and even that she be made to do so. ~ 209 2, 3 | offend Me; thus you see that they are merely finite. 210 2, 3 | he said in his epistle, that you should mortify the body 211 2, 3 | destroy self-will, knowing, that is to say, how to keep the 212 2, 3 | this slaying of the will is that due which, as I told you, 213 2, 3 | discretion renders to the soul, that is to say, hatred and disgust 214 2, 3 | delight. And then I said that I desired few words, and 215 2, 3 | exclude words, I merely said that I wished few of them, showing 216 2, 3 | few of them, showing you that every actual operation, 217 2, 3 | However, no one should judge that he has greater perfection, 218 2, 3 | a conditioned love, one that, being ordered aright, does 219 2, 3 | Holy discretion ordains that the soul should direct all 220 2, 3 | with a manly zeal, and, that she should love her neighbor 221 2, 3 | neighbor with such devotion that she would lay down a thousand 222 2, 3 | enduring pains and torments so that her neighbor may have the 223 2, 3 | grace, should pay her debts, that is, should love Me with 224 2, 3 | counsel to you when he says that charity ought to be concerned 225 2, 3 | not, therefore, be just that creatures, who are finite 226 2, 3 | light of holy discretion, that light which dissipates all 227 2, 3 | stretching from Heaven to earth, that is, from knowledge of Me 228 2, 3 | and, with unarmed hands, that is through much endurance, 229 2, 3 | Thus have I shown you, that, if virtue were not visible 230 2, 3 | I have already told you, that perfect virtue cannot exist 231 2, 3 | do not bring it forth, so that it may appear before the 232 2, 3 | before, so I declare now that, in truth, she has not conceived 233 2, 4 | Then that soul, thirsting and burning 234 2, 4 | with the very great desire that she had conceived on learning 235 2, 4 | breadth of His charity, that, with such sweetness, He 236 2, 4 | indignity. Her dignity is that of her creation, seeing 237 2, 4 | of her creation, seeing that she is the image of God, 238 2, 4 | and not as her due. In that same mirror of the goodness 239 2, 4 | and knowledge increased in that soul in the aforesaid way, 240 2, 4 | wood, so grew the fire in that soul to such an extent that 241 2, 4 | that soul to such an extent that it was no longer possible 242 2, 4 | departure of the soul; so that, had she not been surrounded 243 2, 4 | Your presence until I see that you grant them mercy. For 244 2, 4 | of Your other creatures, that are the principal cause 245 2, 4 | beg of You, by Your grace, that You have mercy on Your people, 246 2, 4 | people, and I adjure You that You do this by Your uncreated 247 2, 4 | did, oh eternal Trinity, that man might participate in 248 2, 4 | Eternal Father; and intellect that he might know, seeing Your 249 2, 4 | only-begotten Son; and will, that he might love that which 250 2, 4 | will, that he might love that which his intellect has 251 2, 4 | destined him to be such that he might taste and enjoy 252 2, 4 | Eternal Good. I see therefore that through his sin he lost 253 2, 4 | war with Your kindness, that is to say, we all became 254 2, 4 | Therefore, You, moved by that same fire of love with which 255 2, 4 | means of reconciliation, so that after the great rebellion 256 2, 4 | constrain You, and implore You that You do mercy to Your creatures." ~ 257 2, 5 | body of the Holy Church (that is to say the Christian 258 2, 5 | are received. Wherefore, that which really gives life, 259 2, 5 | those who receive it, death; that is to say, the precious 260 2, 5 | perfection in the case of that man who disposes himself 261 2, 5 | and repentance. I say then that the Blood does harm to him 262 2, 5 | corrupted clay of Adam, in order that He might endure suffering 263 2, 5 | might endure suffering in that self-same nature in which 264 2, 5 | man and to dispose him to that good for which I had created 265 2, 5 | sustained in its finite nature, that is in the flesh of Adam, 266 2, 5 | of it remaining behind, that is an inclination to sin, 267 2, 5 | of the great Physician, that is to say, of My only-begotten 268 2, 5 | by guilt. I say therefore that the mark alone of original 269 2, 5 | life of grace by means of that glorious and precious Blood. 270 2, 5 | Wherefore, at the moment that the soul receives Holy Baptism, 271 2, 5 | is infused into her, and that inclination to sin, which 272 2, 5 | so great is this liberty that man has, and so strong has 273 2, 5 | of this glorious Blood, that no demon or creature can 274 2, 5 | and made free in order that he might govern his own 275 2, 5 | Me! A benefit so great, that the poor wretched creature 276 2, 6 | you to know, My daughter, that, although I have re-created 277 2, 6 | and continue to give them, that, not only do they not attribute 278 2, 6 | I say to you that they will be more hard-hearted, 279 2, 6 | punished more severely, now that they have received redemption 280 2, 6 | they would have been before that redemption took place -- 281 2, 6 | redemption took place -- that is, before the stain of 282 2, 6 | taken away. It is right that he who receives more should 283 2, 6 | you examine, you will see that man has become God, and 284 2, 6 | which they have incurred -- that is to say, the treasure 285 2, 6 | justice consumes him more, that is, afflicts him more, and, 286 2, 6 | Wherefore I say to you, that they ask for death and cannot 287 2, 6 | which I appease My wrath -- that is to say, by means of My 288 2, 6 | desire. You see, therefore, that you have bound Me with this 289 2, 6 | the salvation of souls, so that, constrained by their tears, 290 2, 6 | I promise you, that, by this means, her beauty 291 2, 7 | Wherefore I have told you that I have made a Bridge of 292 2, 7 | this is the truth. I wish that you, My children, should 293 2, 7 | My children, should know that the road was broken by the 294 2, 7 | of Adam, in such a way, that no one could arrive at Eternal 295 2, 7 | they did not participate in that Good for which I had created 296 2, 7 | fulfilled. This truth is that I have created man to My 297 2, 7 | and similitude, in order that he might have Eternal Life, 298 2, 7 | Bridge of My Son, in order that, passing across the flood, 299 2, 8 | who follow Me in truth, so that you may grieve over the 300 2, 8 | reaches from Heaven to earth, that is, that the earth of your 301 2, 8 | Heaven to earth, that is, that the earth of your humanity 302 2, 8 | Deity thereby. I say then that this Bridge reaches from 303 2, 8 | I said to you, in order that man should pass through 304 2, 8 | nature, the Eternal Deity, so that it might be sufficient to 305 2, 8 | the whole human race, so that human nature should sustain 306 2, 8 | sustain the punishment, and that the Divine nature, united 307 2, 8 | was this done? In order that man might come to his true 308 2, 8 | the angels. And observe, that it is not enough, in order 309 2, 8 | is not enough, in order that you should have life, that 310 2, 8 | that you should have life, that My Son should have made 311 2, 9 | and on account of no debt that You owed us, or need that 312 2, 9 | that You owed us, or need that You had of us? We are rather 313 2, 9 | You. I remember, my Lord, that You were willing to show 314 2, 10 | God, to enamor and excite that soul still more for the 315 2, 10 | First, as I have shown you that for which you wished, and 316 2, 10 | have told you, My daughter, that the Bridge reaches from 317 2, 10 | of the earth. Now learn that this Bridge, My only-begotten 318 2, 10 | of His Heart, gazing into that open Heart of My Son, with 319 2, 10 | reaches out to the third -- that is -- to the Mouth, where 320 2, 10 | has three steps, in order that, climbing past the first 321 2, 10 | which is lifted on high, so that the water, running beneath, 322 2, 10 | this reason I said to you that, being lifted on high, He 323 2, 10 | omnia traham ad me ipsum,' that is, 'If I am lifted on high 324 2, 10 | Me.' My Goodness, seeing that in no other way could you 325 2, 10 | Me, I sent Him in order that He should be lifted on high 326 2, 10 | this way by love, in order that ignorant man should be unable 327 2, 10 | truth, then, My Son said, that, being lifted on high, He 328 2, 10 | understood in two ways. Firstly, that, when the heart of man is 329 2, 10 | the powers of his soul, that is, with the Memory, the 330 2, 10 | on high,' &c., meaning, that if the heart and the powers 331 2, 10 | his affection. See, then, that man being drawn, everything 332 2, 10 | was therefore necessary that the Bridge should be lifted 333 2, 10 | and have steps, in order that it might be climbed with 334 2, 11 | Bridge is built of stones, so that, if the rain come, it may 335 2, 11 | building with His Blood. That is, His Blood was united 336 2, 11 | of grace, but from Him, that is, without following the 337 2, 11 | them with His Blood, so that every believer may walk 338 2, 11 | of His Blood; so you see that the Bridge is walled and 339 2, 11 | to drink of the Blood, so that My creatures, journeying 340 2, 11 | reason My love has ordained that the Blood and the Body of 341 2, 11 | another place My Truth says, 'That no man can come to Me if 342 2, 11 | Therefore He says of Himself that He is the Road, and this 343 2, 11 | I have already shown you that He is a Road in the form 344 2, 11 | the Bridge. And He says that He is the Truth, and so 345 2, 11 | any falsehood. And, with that Truth, He confounded and 346 2, 11 | confounded and destroyed the lie that the Devil told to Eve, with 347 2, 11 | water, no one can travel that way without drowning; thus 348 2, 11 | creatures are like water that continually runs past, and 349 2, 11 | although it seems to him that he stands still and the 350 2, 11 | still and the creatures that he loves pass by, and yet 351 2, 11 | would gladly retain himself (that is his life, and the things 352 2, 11 | his life, and the things that he loves), but he does not 353 2, 11 | damnation. So then you see, that I have shown you both Truth 354 2, 11 | both Truth and Falsehood, that is, My road which is Truth, 355 2, 12 | on both of these roads, that is the Bridge and the River, 356 2, 12 | delight to those who use It, that every bitterness becomes 357 2, 12 | tastes and participates in that good which has been prepared 358 2, 12 | reason for grief, and I will that you and My other servants 359 2, 12 | order to explain My words, that My only-begotten Son was 360 2, 12 | Bridge. And thus, you see that He is the Truth, made in 361 2, 12 | the Truth, made in the way that I have shown you, that is -- 362 2, 12 | way that I have shown you, that is -- by the union of height 363 2, 13 | the Ascension, did not for that reason have the earth. ~ 364 2, 13 | Himself, arose from the earth, that is, from among the conversation 365 2, 13 | Father, I sent the Master, that is the Holy Spirit, who 366 2, 13 | and to announce this road, that is, the doctrine of Christ 367 2, 13 | have said to you in order that there might be no cloud 368 2, 13 | the mind of your hearers, that is, that they may know that 369 2, 13 | of your hearers, that is, that they may know that of this 370 2, 13 | that is, that they may know that of this Body of Christ I 371 2, 13 | found? I will tell you, that is, I will rather tell those 372 2, 13 | on this point. I tell you that this way of His doctrine, 373 2, 13 | proved in their own cases, that every person may, if he 374 2, 13 | It is, indeed, the truth that His doctrine is true, and 375 2, 13 | wisdom gives him light, so that, in this road, he may recognize 376 2, 13 | the Truth, and the Life; that is, the Bridge which leads 377 2, 13 | and shall return to you'; that is to say, 'My Father sent 378 2, 13 | made Me your Bridge, so that you might be saved from 379 2, 13 | to the Father and return; that is, that when the Holy Spirit 380 2, 13 | Father and return; that is, that when the Holy Spirit shall 381 2, 13 | you in the way of truth, that I have given you.' He said 382 2, 13 | have given you.' He said that He would return, and He 383 2, 13 | to the ignorant, in order that they may see where this 384 2, 13 | it; and I have explained that they are the Apostles, Martyrs, 385 2, 13 | And now I wish to tell you that which I, the Truth, promised 386 2, 13 | the Truth, promised you, that is, to show you the perfect, 387 2, 13 | tears and sweat, in order that they may receive mercy from 388 2, 14 | creatures! I do not wonder that You say of those who abandon 389 2, 14 | You, 'I do not remember that you have ever offended Me.' 390 2, 14 | ineffable Mercy! I do not wonder that You say this to those who 391 2, 14 | pray for such, in order that I may do them mercy.' Oh, 392 2, 14 | Heaven Your Mercy shines, that is, in Your saints. If I 393 2, 14 | You to become Incarnate, that You must also die? Was not 394 2, 14 | die? Was not death enough, that You must also descend into 395 2, 14 | promises a reward to them that serve You in truth, You 396 2, 14 | Yourself to him in food, so that we, weak ones, should have 397 2, 14 | Father! Forgive my ignorance, that I presume thus to chatter 398 2, 15 | Bridge; and how the soul, that passes underneath, is called 399 2, 15 | intercede with Me,' but know, that My mercy is without any 400 2, 15 | perfect and infinite, so that there can be no comparison 401 2, 15 | thing. But I have wished that you should taste this mercy, 402 2, 15 | have shown you above, so that you might know better the 403 2, 15 | because their feeling is dead, that is, their intellect has 404 2, 15 | by Me. It is true indeed, that every time that this corpse, 405 2, 15 | indeed, that every time that this corpse, in whom only 406 2, 15 | the world, is governed by that which is not, that is by 407 2, 15 | governed by that which is not, that is by sin, for sin in itself 408 2, 15 | river, and she does not see that the water does not support 409 2, 16 | as sins are diverse. See that some of these fruits are 410 2, 16 | sinners, notwithstanding that they are sustained by Me, 411 2, 16 | Purity, notwithstanding that the very devils, whose friends 412 2, 16 | gave them the light to know that this sin obscured the intellect, 413 2, 16 | obscured the intellect, and for that reason they preserved themselves 414 2, 16 | away their riches in order that the thought of them should 415 2, 17 | avarice; and of the evils that proceed from it. ~ 416 2, 17 | how many are the evils that come of this cursed sin 417 2, 17 | the slave of riches, so that she cares not to observe 418 2, 17 | of heart, and boasting in that which does not belong to 419 2, 17 | and the principal one is that which makes a man care for 420 2, 17 | forth the deceitful heart that is neither pure nor liberal, 421 2, 17 | produces envy, which is a worm that is always gnawing, and does 422 2, 17 | they become so brutish, that they do not consider their 423 2, 17 | earth to swallow them up, that they may repent of their 424 2, 17 | envy? Oh, miserable vices that destroy the heaven of the 425 2, 17 | the benefit of the Blood that was shed with so great Fire 426 2, 18 | their own sensuality. So that they commit injustice towards 427 2, 18 | self-love, blinded themselves so that they did not recognize the 428 2, 19 | to them, and bad things, that is to say disorderly living, 429 2, 19 | the human generation in that it considers not its own 430 2, 19 | have become a slave, and that in the vilest service that 431 2, 19 | that in the vilest service that can be had, because you 432 2, 19 | and are become like unto that which you do serve. ~ 433 2, 19 | destroyed every vice, so that no one could say that any 434 2, 19 | so that no one could say that any vice remained that was 435 2, 19 | say that any vice remained that was not punished and beaten 436 2, 19 | to you above, when I said that of His Body He had made 437 2, 19 | injustice and false judgment that the world is reproved, and 438 2, 20 | Of the words that Christ said: "I will send 439 2, 20 | This is that continuous reproof that 440 2, 20 | that continuous reproof that I make to the world by means 441 2, 20 | tongues of his servants, that is to say, of those who 442 2, 20 | river in iniquity. This is that sweet reproof that I have 443 2, 20 | This is that sweet reproof that I have fixed forever, in 444 2, 20 | shown them by an angel, so that they cannot say, 'the angel 445 2, 20 | and cannot become weak. So that I can and will succor him 446 2, 20 | and come to judgment!' That is to say, 'You, who are 447 2, 21 | gnawed with remorse, seeing that her own sin has brought 448 2, 21 | account of the pain of Hell that follows upon it, but on 449 2, 21 | greater than My mercy. This is that sin which is neither pardoned 450 2, 21 | than all the other sins that the soul has committed. 451 2, 21 | his betrayal of Him. So that they are reproved of this 452 2, 21 | greater than My mercy, and, on that account, are they punished 453 2, 21 | and do not render to Me that which is Mine, and to themselves 454 2, 21 | Mine, and to themselves that which is theirs. For to 455 2, 21 | for their sin; so you see that they are guilty of injustice 456 2, 21 | their own sensuality, so that, together, they are punished 457 2, 22 | whence proceeds the second, that is love of reputation, whence 458 2, 22 | whence proceeds the third, that is pride, with injustice 459 2, 22 | filthiness and iniquitous sins, that follow upon these. So I 460 2, 22 | these. So I say to you, that in Hell, the souls have 461 2, 22 | torments. The first is, that they see themselves deprived 462 2, 22 | which is such pain to them, that, were it possible, they 463 2, 22 | gnaws unceasingly, seeing that the soul is deprived of 464 2, 22 | they know themselves more, that is to say, they know that, 465 2, 22 | that is to say, they know that, by their own sin, they 466 2, 22 | form, which is so horrible that the heart of man could not 467 2, 22 | remember well, you know that I showed him to you in his 468 2, 22 | him again. With all this that you have seen, even you 469 2, 22 | more horrible to the soul that is deprived of Me, and more 470 2, 22 | sin. The fourth torment that they have is the fire. This 471 2, 22 | is not a material thing that fire can consume. But I, 472 2, 22 | burn them with torments, so that it torments them, without 473 2, 22 | after the first reproof that they had of injustice and 474 2, 22 | in the second, which was that, in death, they would not 475 2, 23 | you of two, and now, so that you may see how greatly 476 2, 23 | and increased by the union that the soul will make with 477 2, 23 | confusion and shame. Know that, in the Last Day of Judgment, 478 2, 23 | and torment like man, not that My divine nature was therefore 479 2, 23 | He will not come thus in that last moment, but He will 480 2, 23 | there will be no one in that Day who will not tremble. 481 2, 23 | such torment and terror that the tongue cannot describe 482 2, 23 | reverence with great joy; not that His face changes, because 483 2, 23 | terrible and darkened vision, that, as the sun which is so 484 2, 23 | the defect of the light that makes it appear other to 485 2, 24 | their hatred is so great that they cannot will or desire 486 2, 24 | and forever obstinate in that evil, in which, therefore, 487 2, 24 | damnation to others, as that rich man, who was damned, 488 2, 24 | when he begged the favor that Lazarus might go to his 489 2, 24 | in which he had lived, so that he was the cause of their 490 2, 25 | she can always love with that affection with which she 491 2, 25 | which she comes to Me, and that measure that is measured 492 2, 25 | to Me, and that measure that is measured to her. She 493 2, 25 | vision, participating in that good that I have in Myself, 494 2, 25 | participating in that good that I have in Myself, everyone 495 2, 25 | according to his measure, that is that, with that measure 496 2, 25 | to his measure, that is that, with that measure of love, 497 2, 25 | measure, that is that, with that measure of love, with which 498 2, 25 | besides the universal good that they enjoy altogether. And 499 2, 25 | universal good, and I would not that you should think that they 500 2, 25 | not that you should think that they have this particular


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