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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| repeat a "Hail Mary" at each step, a devotion so pleasing 2 2, 1 | humility, and renders to each man his due. ~ 3 2, 1 | and discreetly, renders to each one his due. Chiefly to 4 2, 1 | which all should pay to each other, and further, the 5 2, 25 | exult, participating in each other's good with the affection 6 2, 26 | without any remedy or hope -- each one being wrapped up in 7 2, 37 | of every labor, render to each man according to his state 8 2, 39 | I are not separate from each other, on which account 9 3, 2 | which I have placed her. Each one, according to his condition, 10 3, 14 | they rather give savor to each other, for, had not this 11 3, 14 | according to the diverse graces each has received from Me, to 12 3, 23 | means by which they may each receive, according to their 13 3, 23 | given him to administer, each in his own way, according 14 3, 24 | these can be separated from each other, as I said to you 15 3, 24 | if it were possible) in each particle should I be present, 16 3, 24 | not divided, but remain in each particle. Nor is the Sacrament 17 3, 24 | not diminish -- and yet each person has it all. It is 18 3, 24 | the substance into which each one receives the fire. I 19 3, 24 | light them in the flame, in each candle, whether large or 20 3, 24 | receive this Sacrament. Each one carries his own candle, 21 3, 24 | the light of holy baptism, each of you may grow in love 22 3, 24 | came to take light from it, each would have it entire, and 23 3, 28 | in virtue of the Blood. Each one, placed in a different 24 3, 28 | you in another place, and each one has given light in the 25 3, 28 | all men, and to give to each one his nourishment. What 26 3, 29 | beloved children and shine each as a sun in the mystical 27 3, 30 | discreetly rendering to each his due. Wherefore this 28 3, 30 | into Me; and by My goodness each one is arranged in his place, 29 3, 30 | arranged in his place, and to each one is measured of the affection 30 4, 2 | delights, and to obey. So that each man has in his own person 31 4, 5 | self-love has entered and caused each to keep his private possessions 32 4, 5 | observed the vow of poverty, each would not have taken his 33 4, 5 | men of great perfection. Each scented to be another St. 34 4, 9 | according to the measure of each. I do not leave you empty, 35 4, 9 | giving you perfect beatitude; each man comprehends and knows 36 4, 10 | have shown you clearly in each state the means of cutting 37 4, 10 | explaining the condition of each distinctly to you, and of 38 Lette, 0| than sixty times, raising each time her right arm, and 39 Lette, 0| perfection, and laying upon each of us the particular task


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