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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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   Chapter, Paragraph
1 Intro, 0| familiar as at times to become almost colloquial, of the 2 1, 7 | in no other way, can she become grateful and acceptable 3 2, 4 | Your image, and You have become ours, by this union which 4 2, 4 | Wherefore, You, O God, have become man, and man has become 5 2, 4 | become man, and man has become God. By this ineffable love 6 2, 5 | has defiled her face, and become leprous, on account of her 7 2, 6 | you will see that man has become God, and God has become 8 2, 6 | become God, and God has become man, through the union of 9 2, 6 | to their own sins, and so become My enemies, though I have 10 2, 11 | hunger, because the Truth has become your food, nor fall in the 11 2, 14 | it not enough for You to become Incarnate, that You must 12 2, 15 | which cause, they have first become weak, and this was when 13 2, 15 | he help himself; he has become insupportable to himself, 14 2, 15 | nothing, and such men have become the servants and slaves 15 2, 15 | Holy Baptism; and they have become trees of death, because 16 2, 16 | angels, and now you are become a brute beast. To such misery 17 2, 16 | friends and servants they have become, cannot endure the sight 18 2, 17 | Sometimes even do they become so brutish, that they do 19 2, 19 | From being great you have become small, from a ruler you 20 2, 19 | small, from a ruler you have become a slave, and that in the 21 2, 19 | and slave of sin, and are become like unto that which you 22 2, 19 | nothing. You, then, have become nothing; it has deprived 23 2, 20 | not weakened, and cannot become weak. So that I can and 24 2, 36 | doing so, such souls will become faithful and not unfaithful 25 2, 37 | Some there are who have become faithful servants, serving 26 2, 37 | Such souls should arise and become sons, and serve Me, irrespective 27 2, 37 | revealed to a friend, who has become one thing with his friend, 28 2, 37 | bears to his master, as to become a very dear friend, and 29 2, 38 | peculiar to those who have become My friends in the way mentioned 30 2, 40 | a man may know if he has become a friend. And first of how 31 3, 1 | order that holy prayer may become tedious to the soul, tempting 32 3, 3 | patience, with which she will become strong against the attacks 33 3, 3 | of My Truth, and she will become humble because she will 34 3, 15 | this life your tears can become infinite, but I call them 35 3, 17 | fear that they are, or may become, stumbling-blocks to me. 36 3, 20 | greatness of My Goodness become more manifest, and thus, 37 3, 22 | recognized the truth, had become enamored of it, and said, " 38 3, 24 | said to you, I, God, have become man, and man has become 39 3, 24 | become man, and man has become God by the union of My Divine 40 3, 28 | ministering the Sun, have become like to It, as I told you 41 3, 28 | with Me, the true Sun, they become like Me. The Sun illuminates 42 3, 28 | did not let their members become putrid for want of correcting, 43 3, 31 | the whole world has thus become corrupt, they being much 44 3, 31 | their evil life, seculars become irreverent and disobedient 45 4, 4 | perfection, so that they become observers of the counsels 46 4, 9 | obedience is so prompt, and has become, as it were, so incarnate 47 4, 11 | that my soul is about to become inebriated afresh." ~


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