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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| their fellows have named both Saint and Great, was due 2 1, 3 | though it is true that both the guilt and the penalty 3 1, 4 | contrition of heart satisfies, both for the guilt and the penalty 4 1, 4 | from Me, since I have loved both you and others before you 5 1, 4 | satisfaction and reward, both in you and in others. In 6 1, 4 | My servants, will I remit both guilt and penalty, since 7 1, 4 | requires proper dispositions on both sides, both in him that 8 1, 4 | dispositions on both sides, both in him that gives and him 9 1, 6 | neighbor, and this injury is both general and particular. 10 1, 6 | words, and assisting him both spiritually and temporally, 11 1, 6 | forth cruelty, and that both in general and in particular. ~ 12 1, 7 | all that they should need both for body and soul, but I 13 2, 1 | and mingled together, and both planted in the ground of 14 2, 3 | child to him who is in need, both in general and in particular, 15 2, 6 | repay Me the debt of love both of Myself and of their neighbor, 16 2, 11 | see, that I have shown you both Truth and Falsehood, that 17 2, 12 | How traveling on both of these roads, that is 18 2, 12 | These are the two roads, and both are hard to travel. Wonder, 19 2, 13 | love of virtue. Thus, in both ways, both actually and 20 2, 13 | virtue. Thus, in both ways, both actually and through His 21 2, 13 | reward them for their labors, both in body and soul, and to 22 2, 14 | known in all Your creatures, both the just and the unjust. 23 2, 15 | all the soul's operations both in deed and thought are 24 2, 20 | has any excuse, because both reproof and truth are constantly 25 2, 25 | particular, which, moreover, both proceed from the same love. 26 2, 30 | assembled all the actions, both spiritual and temporal, 27 2, 39 | manifest the Father to you.' Both, because such a vision is 28 2, 40 | his perverse self-will, both spiritual and temporal, 29 3, 2 | virtually when he communicates, both by desire of communion, 30 3, 11 | and, with this light, they both arrive at the Eternal Vision 31 3, 11 | earnest-money of Eternal Life, both because she is united with 32 3, 12 | rising as one intoxicated both by the union which she had 33 3, 14 | These are both hearty and sensual tears, 34 3, 16 | pride, which first made both branches and flowers of 35 3, 20 | alone should you consider, both in them and in yourself. 36 3, 28 | to know Me, who gave him both grace and the virtue which 37 3, 28 | blind lead the blind, they both fall into the ditch.' My 38 3, 31 | and in many sins, receive both harm and fear from the appearance 39 3, 31 | order to discern the truth both for themselves and others 40 4, 1 | other. Either you have them both or you have neither. This 41 4, 3 | Here both the misery of the disobedient 42 4, 4 | observers of the counsels both in deed and in thought. 43 4, 6 | that I am his helper, and both can and will help him, and 44 4, 7 | unit of their own will, both in general obedience, and 45 4, 8 | where obedience nourishes both body and soul in peace and 46 4, 10 | everything to happen to you, both tribulations and consolations 47 4, 11 | forevery rational creature, both in general and in particular, 48 Lette, 0| to feel so great a change both in soul and body, that she 49 Lette, 0| remained greatly overcome, and both internally and externally 50 Lette, 0| other formulas of prayer both humble and devout, expressing


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