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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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pride

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1 1, 4| recollection of shameful pride, avarice, self-love, hatred, 2 1, 6| Against whom does pride bring forth evils? Against 3 1, 8| well, humility is proved on pride in this way. The humble 4 1, 8| humble man extinguishes pride, because a proud man can 5 2, 1| indiscretion being founded on pride, as discretion is on humility. ~ 6 2, 5| love, and swollen with the pride and avarice of those who 7 2, 6| humility, destroyed his pride, humiliating the divine 8 2, 15| roots? In the height of pride, which is nourished by their 9 2, 15| humility, from the roots of pride, and the miserable soul 10 2, 17| proceeds from and feeds pride, the one follows from the 11 2, 17| immediately combined with pride, full of its own opinions, 12 2, 19| with the poison of envy and pride, the works of My Son were 13 2, 19| in self- love, impurity, pride, and avarice, and founded 14 2, 19| of the Cross to confound pride. By His death He destroyed 15 2, 20| blown out with the wind of pride), and with the vanity of 16 2, 22| proceeds the third, that is pride, with injustice and cruelty, 17 2, 26| their neighbor, for their pride and self-love, for their 18 2, 26| every evil, in company with pride. So that body and soul together 19 2, 30| of vice, whence she draws pride and impatience, and the 20 3, 2| humility. You know that the pride of the Devil cannot resist 21 3, 2| endeavored to inflate you with pride, saying: 'You are perfect 22 3, 7| rebelling against Me in their pride, they fell and lost their 23 3, 11| this light, because their pride and the cloud of self-love 24 3, 16| planted on the mountain of pride, whence it follows that 25 3, 16| trunk of self-love and of pride, which first made both branches 26 3, 18| should not raise her head in pride against Me. Wherefore, to 27 3, 18| is in no way matter for pride, but rather for true and 28 3, 19| her, lurks the stench of pride, and there she lies. Now, 29 3, 27| filth, or to be inflated by pride, seeking great prelacies, 30 3, 28| humility they trampled on pride, and, with purity of heart 31 3, 31| understand it, the horns of their pride not letting them understand 32 4, 1| the Eternal Father. It was pride, which was produced by self- 33 4, 1| disobedience comes from pride, which issues from self-love 34 4, 1| disobedience is impatience, and pride, her foster-mother, feeds 35 4, 2| breaking it with the hammer of pride, rusting it with self-love. 36 4, 2| Heaven will open it? that the pride which fell can rise? Do 37 4, 3| of self-love and wretched pride, through which they abandoned 38 4, 3| world; cut off the horns of pride, by which amputation you 39 4, 5| science with the darkness of pride, not that this light can 40 4, 5| souls, for there, where pride is, can be no obedience. 41 4, 6| The disobedient walk in pride, holding their heads erect, 42 4, 6| is self-love, producing pride, the enemy of humility and 43 4, 6| abandoned the heights of pride, and bowed his head to obedience 44 4, 8| impatience, nourished by pride, and his own pleasure, which 45 4, 8| his own pleasure, which pride (as has been said) issues 46 4, 8| neck of his own will, and pride keeps it erect, all his 47 4, 8| affection is planted in pride, which he has drawn from


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