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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| Her lot was cast on evil days for the Church and 2 Intro, 0| would induce to turn from evil. Similarly the ugliness 3 1, 2 | be the cause of all the evil that was happening throughout 4 1, 6 | through love of Me. And every evil also, is done by means of 5 1, 6 | follows that he must do evil. To whom does he evil? First 6 1, 6 | do evil. To whom does he evil? First of all to himself, 7 1, 6 | not against Me, for no evil can touch Me, except in 8 1, 6 | injury. And he does him evil, not only by not doing him 9 1, 6 | positive injury and a constant evil. In this way sin causes 10 1, 7 | and foundation of every evil. All scandals, hatred, cruelty, 11 1, 8 | those who render good for evil, but, that many times a 12 2, 3 | otherwise he would be in an evil case, who, from some legitimate 13 2, 4 | the instrument of all this evil, for which reason I pray 14 2, 5 | though there might be great evil in him, because his evil 15 2, 5 | evil in him, because his evil would not spoil nor defile 16 2, 5 | and virtue, nor does an evil minister do harm to him 17 2, 5 | minister, but through his own evil disposition and defect inasmuch 18 2, 5 | she can dispose herself to evil as to good, in spite of 19 2, 5 | choice either of good or evil, according as it pleases 20 2, 9 | are unchangeable, and our evil causes You no harm, for 21 2, 13 | soul, and to dispense the evil of eternal death to those 22 2, 15 | ingratitude, whence proceeds every evil. But if she were grateful 23 2, 19 | taste, good things seem evil to them, and bad things, 24 2, 21 | brought her into so great evil. But if the soul have light 25 2, 21 | torment those who have done evil." ~ 26 2, 24 | forever obstinate in that evil, in which, therefore, being 27 2, 26 | the soul -- to do good and evil according as the free-will 28 2, 26 | body was the instrument of evil. Wherefore, being their 29 2, 26 | earth, according to his evil works. The miser with the 30 2, 26 | head and principle of every evil, in company with pride. 31 2, 28 | good must be rewarded and evil punished. And they see that 32 2, 30 | desire. You know that every evil is founded in self-love, 33 2, 30 | as I told you, good or evil, according to the pleasure 34 2, 41 | to root out the thorns of evil thoughts, replacing them 35 3, 3 | against it, not allowing such evil emotions to get by it. Though 36 3, 16 | deed is rewarded, and every evil deed punished. A good action 37 3, 16 | for they are founded on evil. Such critics as these cause 38 3, 16 | and blaspheming and saying evil of every rational creature, 39 3, 18 | light, she does not know the evil of her sin or its cause, 40 3, 18 | ignorant of vice and of the evil which follows it: he is 41 3, 18 | is the cause of all his evil, and how you also need this 42 3, 20 | neighbor, if you judge his evil will towards you, instead 43 3, 20 | will only, and not their evil will, for I am their Judge, 44 3, 28 | remain obstinate in his evil doing, he would cut him 45 3, 28 | today, but, in cases of evil doing, they even pretend 46 3, 31 | just man his beatitude, his evil life is represented to a 47 3, 31 | Wherefore through their evil life, seculars become irreverent 48 4, 3 | possess every good without any evil, safety without any fear, 49 4, 6 | light of holy faith the evil and the loss which would 50 4, 8 | him to dwell with every evil in life it gives him the


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