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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| rose-colored walls, as we pass up the narrow, roughly paved 2 Intro, 0| gaoler. Many of those who pass lives of unremitting preoccupation 3 1, 4 | desire, and let not a moment pass without crying to Me with 4 2, 7 | Bridge by which man could pass. ~ 5 2, 8 | in order that man should pass through the bitterness of 6 2, 11 | Justice did not let them pass; but, after the stones were 7 2, 11 | they follow the Truth, and pass through the door of Truth 8 2, 11 | drowning; thus have come to pass the sins, and the condition 9 2, 11 | creatures that he loves pass by, and yet he is passing 10 2, 11 | Lies; and, because they pass by the door of falsehood, 11 2, 15 | the baseness of those who pass by the river under the Bridge; 12 2, 20 | is to say, of those who pass through the river in iniquity. 13 2, 21 | can find mercy. But if she pass the Bridge of death without 14 2, 25 | but, with it, they will pass through the Door, My only-begotten 15 2, 25 | that the glorified body can pass through a wall, and that 16 2, 26 | the Way through which they pass to enter the Sea Pacific. 17 2, 27 | to die of hunger than to pass a little thorn. And they 18 2, 27 | enduring pain, for no one can pass through this life without 19 2, 27 | way. Not that My servants pass without pain, but their 20 2, 28 | ascend by the Bridge, and pass over the thorns, which do 21 2, 28 | patience, and the thorns they pass through do not touch their 22 2, 31 | and no one who wishes to pass by the Bridge and doctrine 23 2, 32 | drink'? Because you cannot pass this mortal life without 24 2, 40 | stage, by which he must pass, who would attain to perfect 25 3, 2 | All of this she should pass by, by means of the virtue 26 3, 2 | travelers and the pilgrims, who pass by the way of the doctrine 27 3, 8 | love of the neighbor, they pass through the Narrow Gate, 28 3, 14 | has indeed been able to pass from the stormy ocean to 29 3, 18 | the world, all of which pass like the wind. But this 30 3, 30 | sweetly arrived at this pass, for in Truth she tastes 31 3, 30 | received by all those who pass in this sweet manner, but 32 3, 30 | So thus they gloriously pass, bathed in the blood, with 33 4, 6 | they will never be able to pass through this little door 34 4, 6 | sees that he is obliged to pass by this narrow door, and 35 4, 6 | before he would be able to pass it, having no key of obedience 36 4, 6 | to you, he is obliged to pass through it. Wherefore it


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