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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| favored with a beautiful vision which, as it has an important 2 Intro, 0| stand there as long as the vision lasted, had she not been 3 Intro, 0| distract me from so sweet a vision!' and lifted her eyes again 4 Intro, 0| eyes again on high; but the vision had entirely disappeared, 5 Intro, 0| those gleaming heights of vision. "Truth" was to her the 6 2, 22 | themselves deprived of the vision of Me, which is such pain 7 2, 22 | sight of the devils, which vision of the Devil is the third 8 2, 23 | their terrible and darkened vision, that, as the sun which 9 2, 25 | Blessed rejoice in My eternal vision, participating in that good 10 2, 25 | Divine Majesty, but in the vision of those who will be judged 11 2, 26 | their pains, namely, the vision of the bliss of the righteous, 12 2, 26 | with its filthiness, in the vision of their nature (that is, 13 2, 27 | fall into them; and of the vision of a tree, that this soul 14 2, 28 | Me, she sees Me, in which vision is her bliss; and seeing 15 2, 28 | in knowing Me, in which vision and knowledge their will 16 2, 30 | venomous thorns, and, that the vision of the intellect is deluded 17 2, 33 | placed as the object of the vision of your intellect, so that, 18 2, 39 | you.' Both, because such a vision is impossible for you, while 19 3, 2 | to mental prayer, and a vision is related which this devout 20 3, 5 | follow the Son. And of a vision, which this holy soul had, 21 3, 6 | And so perfect is her vision that she sees the glory 22 3, 7 | they fell and lost their vision of Me, wherefore they rendered 23 3, 10 | miserably offending Me. This vision of My offense is the torture 24 3, 11 | both arrive at the Eternal Vision of Me, where they see and 25 3, 17 | deceived through my limited vision, that You would declare 26 3, 20 | light. And of a beautiful vision which this devout soul once 27 3, 25 | touch It; and of a beautiful vision this soul had upon this 28 3, 25 | your bodily eyes lost their vision, and only the sight of the 29 3, 25 | whiteness of the bread, the one vision did not prevent the other 30 3, 25 | did not prevent the other vision, that is to say, the sight 31 3, 25 | the intellect had the true vision, using the pupil of the 32 3, 25 | your principal means of vision, inasmuch as it cannot be 33 3, 28 | pupil of faith above sensual vision in the contemplation of 34 3, 30 | daughter! to such as these the vision of the devils can do no 35 3, 30 | no harm, because of the vision which they have of Me, which 36 3, 31 | just man the appearance and vision of the Devil causes no harm 37 4, 1 | this love? From the clear vision with which His soul saw 38 4, 1 | His fidelity obtained this vision most perfectly for Him, 39 4, 1 | perfectly for Him, which vision you imperfectly enjoy by 40 4, 3 | and exult in My eternal vision with the Immaculate and 41 4, 9 | to say, eternal life, the vision of peace, and of supreme


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