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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| of Europe might have been very different today; for them, 2 Intro, 0| find ourselves in a world very remote indeed from anything 3 Intro, 0| palms and crowns under the very altar of Heaven: -- ~ 4 Intro, 0| she could walk she became very popular among her numerous 5 Intro, 0| Her insight is sometimes very wonderful. How subtle, for 6 1, 1 | soul, who is lifted by a very great and yearning desire 7 1, 4 | not even exist; for your very being, as you will learn, 8 1, 4 | recipient. Wherefore, with that very same measure with which 9 1, 5 | How very pleasing to God is the willing 10 1, 5 | Very pleasing to Me, dearest 11 2, 2 | if this soul have not in very truth the divine love of 12 2, 4 | thirsting and burning with the very great desire that she had 13 2, 5 | Son, clothed in your own very nature, the corrupted clay 14 2, 10 | In very truth, then, My Son said, 15 2, 13 | living and conversing in very deed amongst men, and when 16 2, 16 | notwithstanding that the very devils, whose friends and 17 2, 30 | glittering objects. It is the very brightness of the things 18 2, 37 | but rather with love. This very love, however, if they serve 19 2, 37 | himself, but his terror of the very approach of pain caused 20 2, 37 | his master, as to become a very dear friend, and so do some 21 2, 40 | thus cutting down to the very root of spiritual self-love, 22 3, 12 | this soul, yearning with very great desire, and rising 23 3, 13 | and taste Me, and weep for very sweetness; but since their 24 3, 14 | which tears issue from the very fountain of her heart. ~ 25 3, 15 | desires Me possesses Me in very truth, without any fear 26 3, 18 | not those of Mine. Yet the very pleasure that I take in 27 3, 19 | not go forward, by that very fact, is turning back. She 28 3, 24 | without love, which is her very food, she cannot live. Where 29 3, 29 | appointed them to be in very truth your guardian angels 30 3, 29 | Sacrament, and by reason of that very virtue and dignity you should 31 3, 30 | have incarnated in their very marrow, and with it they 32 3, 31 | eye of your intellect a very small part of what happens, 33 3, 32 | Wherefore I have conceived a very great sorrow at Your offense 34 4, 2 | has in his own person that very same key which the Word 35 4, 3 | their disobedience, it is very hard for them to do so, 36 4, 5 | appeared in his body the very wounds of your Truth, showing 37 4, 5 | this poverty, and made it very strict for those who were 38 Lette, 0| however, she remained in very good health, robust and 39 Lette, 0| devotion, and to say certain very profound things which I, 40 Lette, 0| only our hearts, but the very stones might have been broken.


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