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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 1, 4| is, if, having abandoned mortal sin, they receive grace, 2 2, 4| goodness from the clouds of mortal sin, and from eternal damnation; 3 2, 5| iniquity and in the darkness of mortal sin; to him, I say, It gives 4 2, 12| find light, and, being mortal, find immortal life, tasting, 5 2, 14| say of those who abandon mortal sin and return to You, ' 6 2, 15| was when they conceived mortal sin in their minds, for 7 2, 15| which remains as long as the mortal body lives), asks My help, 8 2, 15| which, while man lives in mortal sin, is blinded by self-love, 9 2, 15| fruits of this tree are mortal, for they have drawn their 10 2, 20| given to them with your mortal flesh. ~ 11 2, 20| who followed this Word? Mortal creatures, susceptible of 12 2, 24| hatred with the guilt of mortal sin, their souls, by divine 13 2, 27| before they have left the mortal body, that is, before the 14 2, 27| it out of the darkness of mortal sin. You know that I then 15 2, 32| pilgrims and wayfarers in this mortal life, cannot be without 16 2, 32| Because you cannot pass this mortal life without pain, and in 17 2, 35| servile fear from the vomit of mortal sin, but, if they do not 18 2, 39| for you, while yet in the mortal body, and because He is 19 2, 40| risen from the guilt of mortal sin, recognizing it for 20 2, 40| she was in the guilt of mortal sin, she had separated herself 21 3, 5| will, into the guilt of mortal sin, by which he loses the 22 3, 11| the soul, being yet in the mortal body, tastes bliss with 23 3, 14| Me, receives the meed of mortal pain and tears. It is true 24 3, 14| you, which, though it is mortal, appears immortal because 25 3, 16| actions done by a soul in mortal sin are of value for eternal 26 3, 16| These branches are the seven mortal sins which are full of many 27 3, 16| because the branches of mortal sin can turn no other way 28 3, 16| grace ends when they commit mortal sin. ~ 29 3, 20| it may externally be open mortal sin, seeing nothing in others, 30 3, 24| Sacrament in the guilt of mortal sin, will receive no grace 31 3, 27| not be in the darkness of mortal sin, or defile the face 32 3, 28| or none at all. A man in mortal sin is deprived of the life 33 3, 28| away the darkness of their mortal sin and infidelity, by the 34 3, 28| took away the thorns of mortal sins, and planted plants 35 3, 28| putrefying from the corruption of mortal sin, to apply to him the 36 3, 28| with the putrefaction of mortal sin. But they act not so 37 3, 28| infirmity and the leprosy of mortal sin, being strong they made 38 3, 28| the wounds of the guilt of mortal sin, which latter were perfectly 39 3, 31| you fell into the guilt of mortal sin, and how even when you 40 3, 31| lain in the darkness of mortal sin. I do not give him this 41 4, 2| yourself with the chain of mortal sin, you can walk? or that 42 4, 2| be firm, you must leave mortal sin by a holy confession, 43 4, 2| you have come out of the mortal servitude of your own sensuality, 44 4, 5| his subjects under pain of mortal sin, and illuminated by 45 4, 6| them out of the darkness of mortal sin. Thus the conversations 46 4, 10| death on those who die in mortal sin without hope, of whom 47 4, 11| Truth, that I may run my mortal course with true obedience


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