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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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   Chapter, Paragraph
1 Intro, 0| which the experience of our own utilitarian century 2 Intro, 0| familiar. And yet, as we rub our eyes, unmistakably a world 3 Intro, 0| extirpating the pagan customs of our English forefathers, to 4 Intro, 0| unnecessary digression from our subject to work out in detail 5 Intro, 0| nothing but this to offer us, our hearts do not run to meet 6 1, 6 | is obtained by means of our neighbor. ~ 7 1, 7 | accomplished by means of our neighbor, and how it is 8 2, 4 | saying, "Let us make man in our own image," and this You 9 2, 4 | between us and You. He was our Justice, for He took on 10 2, 4 | for He took on Himself all our offenses and injustices, 11 2, 4 | when You clothed Him with our humanity, our human nature 12 2, 4 | clothed Him with our humanity, our human nature and likeness. 13 2, 4 | descend to such lowliness as our humanity? We are Your image, 14 2, 9 | without him, and yet You are our God who have no heed of 15 2, 9 | does not increase through our good, for You are unchangeable, 16 2, 9 | You are unchangeable, and our evil causes You no harm, 17 2, 14 | confounded the death of our sin, and the death of our 18 2, 14 | our sin, and the death of our sin destroyed the bodily 19 2, 20 | neither the heaviness of our body,' because the Incarnate 20 3, 17 | holy desires, and Lover of our Salvation, who, through 21 3, 17 | Himself, in the time of our warfare with You, in the 22 3, 20 | the means to avoid judging our neighbor is spoken of. ~ 23 3, 22 | deceitfulness of the Devil, and our own passions, You have made 24 3, 32 | truth -- have You washed our iniquities and destroyed 25 3, 32 | ours, for You have made it our bath, wherefore You can 26 3, 32 | have created us without our own help, You will not save 27 4, 11 | made of Your godhead with our humanity. For this light 28 4, 11 | garment which covers all our nakedness, feed the hungry 29 Lette, 0| Sister in the holy memory of our blessed mother Catherine, 30 Lette, 0| desire to know the end of our common mother, I am constrained 31 Lette, 0| her extreme unction, which our abbot of Sant' Antimo did, 32 Lette, 0| rather, as I think, for our example than for her own 33 Lette, 0| words, while we, placing our ears to her mouth, were 34 Lette, 0| she seemed to have had of our salvation. Then she said 35 Lette, 0| many of the words which our Savior used, when He recommended 36 Lette, 0| at hearing her, not only our hearts, but the very stones


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