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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| through their instruments, we, who are not Germans, have 2 Intro, 0| responsible for their occurrence, we have to depend in great 3 Intro, 0| mental and social force which we, in spite of the petulant 4 Intro, 0| character just as nowadays we have the millionaire or 5 Intro, 0| the rose-colored walls, as we pass up the narrow, roughly 6 Intro, 0| the Palazzo Piccolomini, we find ourselves in a world 7 Intro, 0| us familiar. And yet, as we rub our eyes, unmistakably 8 Intro, 0| condescends to their pious revels: we are told of the Blessed 9 Intro, 0| cumbered with much serving. We honor them, and rightly; 10 Intro, 0| of Saint. In the Dialogo we have a great saint, one 11 1, 1 | with him. In several places we find similar words, by which 12 1, 1 | similar words, by which we can see that it is, indeed, 13 1, 7 | the soul knows herself, as we have said above, she finds 14 2, 4 | kindness, that is to say, we all became Your enemies. ~ 15 2, 4 | lowliness as our humanity? We are Your image, and You 16 2, 9 | need that You had of us? We are rather Your guilty and 17 2, 14 | whole world, by You were we created, in You were we 18 2, 14 | we created, in You were we re-created in the Blood 19 2, 14 | to him in food, so that we, weak ones, should have 20 2, 20 | vexations of the flesh as we do, neither the heaviness 21 2, 37 | manifest Myself to him and we will dwell together.' This 22 2, 37 | Truth said: 'I will come and we will dwell together,' and 23 2, 39 | united with Me, because We are one thing together. 24 2, 39 | manifest Myself to you, because We are one and the same thing 25 3, 24 | Father and the Son, and We together forming one and 26 3, 27 | Sacrament, have been said that we might know better the dignity 27 3, 32 | Because You loved us before we were. Oh! Good! oh! Eternal 28 3, 32 | and Eternal Good, and that we are they who are not. And 29 3, 32 | because You are infinite, and we are finite, You give that 30 3, 32 | told us to cry out, and we should be answered; to knock, 31 3, 32 | first reply to us before we can cry out with the voice 32 3, 32 | that You open before even we can knock, for it is with 33 3, 32 | nothing; now, therefore, that we are in existence, do mercy 34 4, 7 | Peter's demand, 'Master, we have left everything for 35 Lette, 0| usual. In these conditions we reached Sexagesima Sunday, 36 Lette, 0| stroke so terrific, that we all mourned her as dead, 37 Lette, 0| would arise afresh, and we would go to St. Peter's, 38 Lette, 0| was produced in her, and we thought that she was approaching 39 Lette, 0| reduced to such a state that we could observe no other movement 40 Lette, 0| mother. In the meantime we had put before her eyes 41 Lette, 0| hardly utter her words, while we, placing our ears to her 42 Lette, 0| at the hour of Sext, but we kept her unburied until 43 Lette, 0| there will be many more, and we are made great by hearing


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