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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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   Chapter, Paragraph
1 Intro, 0| them all in relation to itself. Religion was in those days 2 Intro, 0| Catherine's gesta expressed itself in a "style" so winning, 3 Intro, 0| sublimated by prayer, imposed itself on popes and princes, is 4 1, 4 | of value, and has life in itself, through Christ crucified, 5 1, 4 | daughter, can have life in itself except through charity, 6 1, 8 | and, in addition proves itself externally upon the neighbor, 7 1, 8 | make that good proof of itself, being tested by many contrarieties, 8 2, 2 | Then the tree of love feeds itself on humility, bringing forth 9 2, 3 | which the soul does for itself and for others is imperfect. 10 2, 15 | no feeling or movement of itself, but only when it is moved 11 2, 15 | that is by sin, for sin in itself is nothing, and such men 12 2, 25 | injure it, not by virtue of itself, but by virtue of the soul, 13 2, 25 | I told you, will delight itself in the glorified humanity 14 2, 30 | reason, which reason holds in itself the light of faith, and 15 2, 30 | Then the intellect, feeling itself awakened by the affection, 16 2, 30 | the affection nourishes itself in love, opening the mouth 17 2, 30 | the intellect set before itself for its sole object transitory 18 2, 30 | of sensuality and binds itself with reason. I, then, by 19 2, 33 | self-love, mounts above itself and above transitory things, 20 3, 2 | good and holy will disposes itself with desire to the occasion 21 3, 2 | charity, which charity is itself continual prayer. I have 22 3, 15 | renovation of grace drawn into itself among its self-love which 23 3, 15 | affection of love has drawn to itself the fruit of the tears, 24 3, 15 | consumed it and drawn it into itself. Thus the soul, having arrived 25 3, 20 | though not as an end in itself, but as a means which helps 26 3, 21 | of the earnest-money in itself, but through faith, through 27 3, 24 | Sacrament diminished in itself, except as far as may be 28 3, 24 | light from it -- the light itself does not diminish -- and 29 3, 24 | this Sacrament, which of itself is without light, and lights 30 3, 24 | The Light Itself you receive entire, as I 31 3, 24 | the defect of the Light Itself, for that can receive no 32 3, 28 | eye of the intellect lifts itself with the pupil of faith 33 3, 32 | affection of Your charity itself will render You thanks, 34 3, 32 | she cannot desire it in itself, nor in the way in which 35 4, 5 | rule of the order. The ship itself cannot be damaged, but only 36 4, 5 | light can be darkened in itself, but only in their souls, 37 4, 5 | do not say that the order itself is in this condition, for 38 4, 9 | by anything smaller than itself, like a vessel, which, dipped 39 4, 9 | The sea alone contains itself. So I, the Sea Pacific, 40 4, 11 | wisdom -- for You are wisdom itself. You, the food of the angels, 41 Lette, 0| body continued to consume itself until the Sunday before


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