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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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imperfect

   Chapter, Paragraph
1 1, 4| have committed, but with imperfect love and contrition, wherefore 2 1, 4| Wherefore, since they are imperfect, they receive imperfectly 3 2, 3| itself and for others is imperfect. It would not, therefore, 4 2, 8| accepted and the ignorant, the imperfect, and also the perfect who 5 2, 13| show you the perfect, the imperfect, and the supremely perfect; 6 2, 15| see, because your sight is imperfect, and My mercy perfect and 7 2, 25| they had the body, they had imperfect bliss, which cannot be, 8 2, 27| ones, but, in them, it is imperfect, for, because they were 9 2, 27| for, because they were imperfect, they constrained My mercy, 10 2, 27| hope of the Blood. And the imperfect arrive at the place of Purgatory, 11 2, 35| Supreme Good. So that the imperfect law was made perfect with 12 2, 37| which they find in Me, is imperfect. Do you know what proves 13 2, 37| adoption. But, since they are imperfect, they make use of Me only 14 2, 37| their neighbor the same imperfect love which they gave to 15 2, 37| soul herself is at first imperfect, from which imperfection 16 2, 37| herself. It was with this imperfect love that S. Peter loved 17 2, 40| Yet his lamentations were imperfect and remained so, until after 18 2, 40| pleasure and profit. This is an imperfect state, and I, in order to 19 2, 40| permitting the sentiment of imperfect love to turn again in its 20 2, 41| How an imperfect lover of GOD loves his neighbor 21 2, 41| and of the signs of this imperfect love. ~ 22 2, 41| neighborly love is still imperfect, and that, though his love 23 2, 41| his love for Me is still imperfect, that his neighborly love 24 3, 2| as the soul is at first imperfect and afterwards perfect, 25 3, 2| prayer, while she is yet imperfect, so as not to fall into 26 3, 2| will arrive, from the vocal imperfect prayer, exercised with perseverance, 27 3, 2| always remain tepid and imperfect, and will only love Me and 28 3, 3| soul separates herself from imperfect love, and attains to perfect 29 3, 4| self-love, that is, the imperfect love of her own consolations, 30 3, 4| souls who are bound by that imperfect love. She therefore arises, 31 3, 5| How they who are imperfect desire to follow the Father 32 3, 5| Father, as they do who are in imperfect love and do not wish to 33 3, 11| to them -- The Law is now imperfect, but with My Blood I will 34 3, 13| told you, concerning the imperfect tears caused by fear; but 35 3, 13| but since their love is imperfect, so also is their weeping, 36 3, 13| who, rising from fear and imperfect love, reaches perfect love 37 3, 16| grants an incomplete reward, imperfect as the action which obtains 38 3, 19| perfect light, leaving the imperfect and reaching the perfect. 39 3, 20| the road for perfect and imperfect alike. And see, how My Truth, 40 3, 22| You, Eternal Father! I am imperfect and full of darkness, and 41 3, 28| under them. They drew the imperfect ones out of imperfection, 42 3, 28| imperfection, themselves becoming imperfect and infirm with them, as 43 4, 5| And even if she should be imperfect when she enters, it does 44 4, 5| most of those who enter are imperfect. There are some who enter 45 4, 5| another, yet all perfect or imperfect live well in this ship. 46 4, 10| three states of soul -- the imperfect state, the perfect state, 47 4, 10| and of the perfect and imperfect, and of those in religion,


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