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knowing 24
knowledge 78
known 20
knows 41
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42 us
41 dignity
41 itself
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41 little
41 neither
41 receives
St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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knows

   Chapter, Paragraph
1 1, 2| herself and with God, and knows better His truth, inasmuch 2 1, 5| truth, and the more she knows, the more pain and intolerable 3 1, 7| Wherefore, when the soul knows herself, as we have said 4 2, 1| gifts which she sees and knows she has received from Me; 5 2, 1| herself, her being, which she knows she has received by grace 6 2, 3| And this true love knows well, because she carries 7 2, 4| obtains of herself, she knows more of God, and knowing 8 2, 4| sweet mirror of God, she knows her own dignity and indignity. 9 2, 4| goodness of God, the soul knows her own indignity, which 10 2, 4| the sweet mirror of God, knows better the stains of her 11 2, 15| their intellect sees not and knows not My Truth, because their 12 2, 27| temptation, because then man knows himself to be nothing, being 13 2, 27| which he would flee; and he knows Me in his will, which is 14 2, 28| her bliss; and seeing she knows, and knowing she loves, 15 2, 30| blindness, does not discern, and knows not the truth, it errs, 16 2, 40| door of desire. When she knows herself and her darkness, 17 3, 1| And because she sees and knows well that in no other way 18 3, 2| intellect, the more she knows; and the more she knows, 19 3, 2| knows; and the more she knows, the more she loves, and, 20 3, 4| signs by which the soul knows she has arrived at perfect 21 3, 4| Son, in which she sees and knows, with the eye of her intellect, 22 3, 4| as has been said, and she knows also the malice and deceit 23 3, 8| clearly, and, in seeing, knows the truth. Seeing Me, the 24 3, 8| satisfied. Satisfied, she knows the Truth, and her will 25 3, 11| intellect, and the more it knows the more can it love. Thus 26 3, 11| union that she scarcely knows whether she be in the body 27 3, 14| having seen the Truth, knows it; and knowing it, loves 28 3, 14| My Eternal Deity, and she knows and sees the Divine nature 29 3, 14| this reason, the soul that knows Me immediately expands to 30 3, 14| still more. She further knows that she can be of no use 31 3, 18| walks as if blind, for he knows not the cause of vice, that 32 3, 20| doctrine of perfection. She knows what this perfection is, 33 3, 28| and, in that light, he knows the misery and the reason 34 3, 28| which the intellect sees and knows, and the memory is filled 35 3, 30| of My Truth, and he who knows more loves Me more, and 36 3, 31| miserably, because then he knows the truth of that which 37 3, 31| virtue, and the better he knows his sin, the greater his 38 3, 31| comparison with his sin he knows better the perfection of 39 3, 32| truth that the heart of man knows not how to ask or desire 40 4, 9| each man comprehends and knows My goodness in the measure 41 4, 11| fear to the soul, for she knows the truth; it is a deep


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