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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| not only upon insight into human nature in general, but also 2 Intro, 0| saint a well-known type of human character just as nowadays 3 Intro, 0| Theresa, affirming against all human odds the divinity of her 4 Intro, 0| but seem more pathetically human. The hymn at Lauds for the 5 Intro, 0| condescension to the limitations of human nature. Thus he counsels 6 Intro, 0| source of refreshment to the human spirit. She intuitively 7 2, 4 | Him with our humanity, our human nature and likeness. Oh, 8 2, 5 | because the whole stuff of human generation was corrupted 9 2, 5 | to the baseness of your human generation, in order to 10 2, 5 | I had created him. This human nature, joined with the 11 2, 5 | to satisfy for the whole human race, not only on account 12 2, 5 | Cross in this way. Thus human nature was sufficient to 13 2, 6 | to the life of grace, the human race, through the Blood 14 2, 6 | union of the divine with the human nature. This is the debt 15 2, 8 | Life, because the earth of human nature was not sufficient 16 2, 8 | stain corrupted the whole human race and gave out a stench, 17 2, 8 | therefore, necessary to join human nature with the height of 18 2, 8 | to satisfy for the whole human race, so that human nature 19 2, 8 | whole human race, so that human nature should sustain the 20 2, 8 | nature, united with the human, should make acceptable 21 2, 10 | on which My Son, born of human generation, should be re-made, 22 2, 13 | union of the divine with the human nature, for this is the 23 2, 14 | and graces given to the human race. ~ 24 2, 19 | them. Oh, how blind is the human generation in that it considers 25 2, 23 | therefore separated from human nature, but I let Him suffer 26 2, 23 | nature, and, according to the human nature, His face was unchangeable, 27 2, 32 | the Divine nature with the human nature. And you, finding 28 2, 32 | union of the Divine with the human nature. Why did He say ' 29 3, 5 | Because My desire towards the human generation was ended, and 30 3, 5 | united with the finite human nature, which human nature 31 3, 5 | finite human nature, which human nature endures pain in Me, 32 3, 5 | been infinite, the whole human generation could not have 33 3, 6 | angelic nature as in the human, for, whether worldly people 34 3, 22 | You gave for the diseased human race in the person of Your 35 3, 24 | I made of My Deity with human nature; so that in this 36 3, 24 | angels, for I took your human nature and not that of the 37 3, 24 | Divine Nature with your human nature. This greatness is 38 3, 24 | Divine nature never left the human nature, either by death 39 3, 25 | Divine nature united with the human nature, the Body, the Soul, 40 3, 28 | reproving humbly and without human respect. And this justice 41 3, 32 | sweetest Father, when the human race lay sick through the 42 3, 32 | which You have given to the human race, administering to it 43 3, 32 | which You have for the whole human race, and in particular 44 4, 1 | not only he, but the whole human race, as I said to you. 45 4, 5 | means of prayer than by human study. He was a brilliant 46 4, 10 | of My divinity with your human nature. ~ 47 Lette, 0| nothing but a mirror of human weakness; I have had no


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