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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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   Chapter, Paragraph
1 Intro, 0| and clustering towers. As seen from the vineyards which 2 Intro, 0| and said: 'Oh, if you had seen what I see, you would not 3 1, 1 | humble prayer, after she had seen the union of the soul, through 4 1, 1 | Himself. That this may be seen more clearly, I will mention 5 1, 6 | which your neighbor may be seen to be in need; counseling 6 1, 6 | sensual will. Sometimes it is seen that he brings forth cruelty, 7 2, 4 | which his intellect has seen and known of Your truth, 8 2, 12 | offend Me. Now you have seen and heard about this Bridge, 9 2, 22 | With all this that you have seen, even you do not know well 10 2, 26 | My goodness. As light is seen better near darkness, and 11 2, 27 | these thoughts. And he has seen that My love permits these 12 2, 32 | Now you have seen to what way you should keep, 13 2, 36 | to say, the soul, having seen the punishment which follows 14 2, 39 | invisible, could not be seen by you, until you should 15 2, 40 | You have now seen how excellent is the state 16 2, 41 | many other ways can it be seen that his neighborly love 17 3, 4 | be told you how it can be seen that souls have arrived 18 3, 4 | at perfect love. This is seen by the same sign that was 19 3, 8 | creatures, and in the devils is seen the glory and praise of 20 3, 9 | Paul, then, had seen and tasted this good, when 21 3, 11 | Cross. This light is to be seen in the Old and New Testament; 22 3, 11 | in the Old, by it, were seen by the eye of the intellect, 23 3, 12 | in the Truth but what is seen by the eye of the intellect, 24 3, 14 | Sweet Supreme Truth, having seen the Truth, knows it; and 25 3, 14 | and greatness, for she has seen and tasted the bitterness 26 3, 16 | For you have all heard and seen how, through words alone, 27 3, 18 | the world. This should be seen by the eye of the intellect, 28 3, 20 | this perfection is, having seen it practiced by the sweet 29 3, 24 | mirror the reflection to be seen in it is not broken; similarly, 30 3, 25 | Sacrament to be truly tasted, seen, and touched? With the sentiment 31 3, 25 | With what eye is It to be seen? With the eye of the intellect 32 3, 25 | herself that which she has seen and known through faith. 33 3, 25 | eye of her intellect has seen with the pupil of holy faith; 34 3, 28 | especially when they had seen that it had appeared particularly 35 3, 31 | that whiteness is better seen when placed on a black ground, 36 4, 2 | key of obedience, having seen by the light of faith that 37 4, 6 | the truly obedient have seen with the light of faith 38 4, 11 | Then that soul, having seen with the eye of the intellect, 39 4, 11 | Name, for I have tasted and seen with the light of the intellect 40 Lette, 0| what my feeble eyes have seen, and what the dull senses 41 Lette, 0| state that any one who had seen her would have thought her 42 Lette, 0| in which nothing could be seen but the bones, covered by 43 Lette, 0| Oh! had you seen with what humility and reverence


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