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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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conscience

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1 Intro, 0| medieval Church weighed on the conscience of Christendom solely, or 2 Intro, 0| period has the Christian conscience realized more profoundly 3 1, 4 | up in them the hound of conscience, and make them smell the 4 1, 4 | that is, by the light of conscience, and by other things, satisfaction 5 2, 6 | consumed by the worm of conscience, though, in truth, he is 6 2, 15 | is nourished the worm of conscience, which, while man lives 7 2, 21 | death, where is the worm of conscience, which I told you was blinded 8 2, 21 | alone, with the worm of conscience, without the hope of the 9 2, 22 | the second, the worm of Conscience, which gnaws unceasingly, 10 2, 22 | him. And so the worm of Conscience gnaws more and more, and 11 2, 22 | more, and the fire of this Conscience never ceases to burn. And 12 2, 26 | ashamed, and the worm of conscience will gnaw the pith of the 13 2, 27 | judgment than that of their own conscience, and desperately, despairingly, 14 2, 27 | following the Truth. And conscience always fights on one side, 15 2, 37 | and mount to the throne of conscience, reasoning with themselves, 16 2, 40 | mounting the throne of conscience, and not permitting the 17 3, 2 | she feels, as it were, by conscience, rather than abandon that 18 3, 3 | reason, the judgment of conscience should rise against it, 19 3, 3 | said that a holy and pure conscience made sin where there was 20 3, 3 | that through purity of conscience, it saw sin where there 21 3, 11 | soul, to a humble and holy conscience than to a proud lettered 22 3, 11 | soul, to a holy and upright conscience, than to a proud lettered 23 3, 24 | crackling of a remorseful conscience, not through the defect 24 3, 28 | reprove manfully, and he whose conscience does not reprove him of 25 3, 30 | make war on him, and his conscience remains in peace; for during 26 3, 30 | for during his life his conscience kept a good guard, warning 27 3, 30 | for in this way the dog of conscience warns the sentry of reason, 28 3, 30 | at the point of death his conscience, having been a faithful 29 3, 30 | course with a pure and holy conscience, and with himself he is 30 3, 30 | His conscience gives good testimony of 31 3, 31 | he freshen the sting of conscience that it gnaws him horribly. 32 3, 31 | life accuses him to his conscience, wherefore he dares not 33 3, 31 | recognizing his sin, his conscience unloaded by holy confession, 34 3, 31 | cause of reproof which their conscience gives them in the likeness 35 3, 31 | you now, for the worm of conscience sleeps no longer, but is 36 3, 31 | the holy Church. Then your conscience represents to you that you 37 3, 31 | Your conscience represents to you the divine 38 3, 31 | your heart was far from Me. Conscience also shows you your subjects, 39 3, 31 | you did the contrary your conscience and the horrible likeness 40 3, 31 | puts this also before your conscience, because you ought to have 41 3, 31 | confusion you have before your conscience and the light of your intellect 42 3, 31 | he has committed, for his conscience places them before him, 43 3, 31 | refreshing of the worm of conscience, and of fear and terror 44 4, 3 | gnawed by the worm of their conscience, and though it is true that 45 4, 8 | tormented by the sting of conscience, with hatred of his order


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