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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| disciples of other nations, and though conclusions on special points 2 Intro, 0| orthodoxy. Moreover, even though the strict logic of her 3 Intro, 0| unmistakably a world of facts, though of facts, as it were, visibly 4 Intro, 0| Dominic had come and gone, and though Franciscans and Dominicans 5 Intro, 0| who, as a matter of fact, though weak and compliant, were 6 1, 3 | chastise a son when he offends; though it is true that both the 7 2, 5 | defect of the minister, though there might be great evil 8 2, 5 | is removed from the soul, though not altogether, by Holy 9 2, 6 | the worm of conscience, though, in truth, he is not consumed, 10 2, 6 | and so become My enemies, though I have reconciled them, 11 2, 13 | left in the world. Thus, though the bodily presence of My 12 2, 25 | not afflict them, because, though they have it not yet fulfilled, 13 2, 25 | with the glorified body, though, not having that delight 14 2, 27 | nature, always relishes good, though it is true that the soul, 15 2, 28 | in this life, and that, though they walk on thorns, they 16 2, 37 | of two dear friends, for though they are two in body, yet 17 2, 38 | affection of their love. For though I am no Acceptor of creatures, 18 2, 39 | from Me, not I from Him, though I with Him and He with Me 19 2, 40 | This is what she does. Though she perceives that I have 20 2, 41 | still imperfect, and that, though his love was originally 21 3, 3 | evil emotions to get by it. Though sometimes the soul who lives 22 3, 5 | moment, are continual, and though My works, that is the pains 23 3, 8 | Name in everything, and, though, in her the pain of desire 24 3, 10 | than what I desire, and though they desire to come and 25 3, 11 | a supernatural, so that, though in darkness, they know the 26 3, 14 | as I said to you, which, though it is mortal, appears immortal 27 3, 15 | desires, tearful indeed, though without pain or physical 28 3, 16 | their being will never end, though their life to grace ends 29 3, 18 | given you in holy baptism, though you may have lost it by 30 3, 20 | indeed mortified their body, though not as an end in itself, 31 3, 20 | judge in your mind, even though it may externally be open 32 3, 21 | hunger pain is far away, and though they have what they desire, 33 3, 24 | yourselves you can do nothing, though I have given you the material, 34 3, 24 | receive no grace therefrom, though he actually receive the 35 3, 28 | light of reason, because though I created you without your 36 3, 32 | with insatiable love, and though the soul is filled she is 37 3, 32 | everything is possible, and even though You have created us without 38 4, 2 | opened by the Word; for though I created you without yourselves, 39 4, 3 | of their conscience, and though it is true that they can 40 4, 5 | providence, saying that though your servants might be poor, 41 4, 5 | on this point?' Yes, but though they are all founded on 42 4, 5 | foundation; as with the virtues, though all the virtues draw their 43 4, 5 | choose this perfection, though now through their sins they 44 4, 5 | should be less perfect, for though all who observe the order 45 4, 5 | virtue and light of science, though they are nourished at its 46 4, 5 | nor turned his head back, though he knew that he was to die, 47 4, 5 | same of many others, who though they did not actually experience 48 4, 9 | commencing to write the letter o, though he had not space to finish 49 4, 9 | obedience imposed on you, though you should never leave prayer, 50 Lette, 0| like a corpse in a picture, though I speak not of the face,


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