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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 1, 1 | But, in no way, does the creature receive such a taste of 2 1, 1 | the beauty of My rational creature. And look at those creatures 3 1, 3 | Infinite grief I wish from My creature in two ways: in one way, 4 1, 6 | general to every rational creature; but its usefulness is more 5 2, 3 | often profitable that the creature omit them, and even that 6 2, 4 | with which You saw Your creature in Yourself, and became 7 2, 5 | Blood, that no demon or creature can constrain him to one 8 2, 5 | that the poor wretched creature full of such ignorance could 9 2, 7 | prickly brambles, and My creature found in himself rebellion 10 2, 7 | under what obligations the creature is to Me, and how ignorant 11 2, 9 | were mad with love of Your creature, as if You could not live 12 2, 10 | creatures, and the rational creature has not been made for them, 13 2, 27 | will, neither Devil nor creature can move, because it is 14 2, 27 | do not draw away from any creature who wants to come to Me. 15 2, 28 | afflicts the mind of the creature, is dead. Wherefore, the 16 2, 30 | spiritual and temporal, that the creature can do, and free choice 17 2, 33 | by which every rational creature can come out of the sea 18 2, 40 | through the defect of the creature, who bars the door of desire. 19 2, 41 | of spiritual love for the creature is shown? It is shown when 20 3, 2 | or of the words of any creature. The Devil often places 21 3, 14 | consolations or loves some creature spiritually. (I have spoken 22 3, 14 | that which she had from the creature, and when temptations and 23 3, 14 | she loves every rational creature with the self-same love 24 3, 14 | can pay it to My rational creature, loving your neighbor without 25 3, 16 | saying evil of every rational creature, according as their judgment 26 3, 18 | in order that My rational creature should be conquered by it, 27 3, 18 | general to every rational creature, whatever may be his condition, 28 3, 20 | servants, or of any rational creature, but rejoices in every condition 29 3, 20 | love, nor from any rational creature, their will being dead and 30 3, 20 | see done or said by any creature whatsoever, either to yourself 31 3, 22 | can I judge any rational creature, and particularly Your servants, 32 3, 25 | for there is no rational creature whose heart would not melt 33 3, 28 | The sign that a creature hopes in Me and not in himself, 34 3, 31 | is so horrible that the creature would rather choose any 35 3, 31 | than all the sins which any creature can commit; wherefore it 36 3, 32 | illuminate me, Your finite creature, with the light of Your 37 3, 32 | that which Your rational creature cannot desire enough; for 38 4, 2 | for he loves Me and My creature, and is therefore obedient, 39 4, 4 | bind themselves to some creature, submitting their will to 40 4, 5 | not desiring to please any creature but only your will; desiring 41 4, 11 | heart, forevery rational creature, both in general and in 42 4, 11 | were mad with love for Your creature. Oh, eternal Trinity! oh 43 4, 11 | and the beauty of Your creature, for, looking at myself 44 4, 11 | see myself, who am Your creature, there represented in You, 45 Lette, 0| me in particular! Oh mean creature that I am!" Saying which, 46 Lette, 0| salutary doctrine. Oh, mean creature that I am! with how little


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