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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| erection, and Mr. Murray gives its present population at 2 1, 4 | sides, both in him that gives and him that receives. Wherefore, 3 1, 7 | affection of love, which gives light to every virtue. In 4 1, 7 | say to you, that charity gives life to all the virtues, 5 1, 8 | that many times a good man gives back fiery coals of love, 6 2, 1 | branches; but that which gives life to the tree, to its 7 2, 3 | founded in love, which gives life to all the virtues 8 2, 3 | performs great penances, and gives himself in excess to the 9 2, 3 | love, as I have told you) gives to the neighbor a conditioned 10 2, 5 | Wherefore, that which really gives life, often gives, through 11 2, 5 | really gives life, often gives, through the defects of 12 2, 5 | properly to receive it, for It gives life and adorns the soul 13 2, 5 | receives It; similarly It gives death to him who receives 14 2, 5 | mortal sin; to him, I say, It gives death and not life; not 15 2, 5 | do harm to him to whom he gives the Blood, but to himself 16 2, 11 | ministers the Bread of Life, and gives to drink of the Blood, so 17 2, 13 | Spirit. This power of Mine gives the virtue of fortitude 18 2, 13 | follows this road, wisdom gives him light, so that, in this 19 2, 13 | truth, and the Holy Spirit gives him love, which consumes 20 2, 14 | means? Mercy! Your Mercy gives light and life, by which 21 2, 25 | body after the resurrection gives more bliss to the soul, 22 2, 25 | it is not the body that gives bliss to the soul, but the 23 2, 25 | only-begotten Son, which gives you assurance of your resurrection. 24 2, 27 | benefit or good; and he gives to everyone according to 25 2, 28 | and it is the will that gives trouble to man. Pain of 26 2, 28 | the sensitive will, which gives pain and afflicts the mind 27 3, 11 | of their own will, which gives to man the earnest-money 28 3, 18 | the light of reason, which gives you life and causes you 29 3, 20 | else but your good, and gives and permits these troubles 30 3, 20 | of her when He saw her, gives the soul the doctrine of 31 3, 30 | His conscience gives good testimony of him to 32 3, 31 | reproof which their conscience gives them in the likeness of 33 4, 1 | and this doctrine, which gives you life, for it is the 34 4, 6 | the spouse which charity gives him, together with her sister. 35 4, 7 | however, often cause one who gives alms to multiply in temporal 36 4, 8 | to please himself he only gives himself displeasure, for 37 4, 8 | elsewhere, and the change gives him pain, for his will was 38 4, 8 | Disobedience destroys life and gives death, drawing the religious 39 4, 8 | the merit of obedience, it gives him continual bitterness, 40 4, 8 | with every evil in life it gives him the earnest of cruel


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