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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| Rights of Man" has largely taken the place of the individual 2 Intro, 0| dispensation of the Son as that had taken the place of the dispensation 3 Intro, 0| the air, St. Catherine has taken a permanent and foremost 4 Intro, 0| great mystics have usually taken as their starting-point 5 Intro, 0| cases I have occasionally taken the liberty of adhering 6 2, 2 | And these fruits cannot be taken from her without her will, 7 2, 3 | corporal exercises are to be taken as instruments for arriving 8 2, 5 | stain of original sin was taken from him by virtue of the 9 2, 5 | Baptism, original sin is taken away from her, and grace 10 2, 6 | stain of Adam's sin had been taken away. It is right that he 11 2, 11 | these created things are taken from the sight of My creatures. 12 2, 13 | road cannot be destroyed or taken away from him who wishes 13 2, 35 | of love. Through love was taken away the imperfection of 14 2, 35 | committed by humanity was taken away, that is, he who offended 15 3, 11 | founded in fear alone, being taken from it, by the coming of 16 3, 15 | water has not really been taken out of the furnace, but 17 3, 22 | that not one of them may be taken from me by the hand of the 18 3, 25 | of the most holy faith be taken away from her by infidelity. ~ 19 3, 25 | touch, nor its savor were taken away. This was shown you 20 3, 26 | when the seal has been taken away, that is, when the 21 3, 28 | See, then, that these have taken on them the condition of 22 3, 28 | the Sun, because they have taken the condition of the Sun 23 3, 31 | in their life they have taken the habit of hoping in My 24 3, 31 | My mercy, that is, have taken the milk of mercy (although 25 3, 31 | confession, and presumption taken away, so that he offends 26 4, 2 | Son, the Word, come and taken this key of obedience in 27 4, 3 | him; but they are to be taken naturally and simply, as 28 4, 5 | poverty, each would not have taken his own, and lived privately. 29 4, 6 | have said to you. They have taken a little key, passing through 30 4, 8 | to see one who has once taken the key of obedience of 31 4, 9 | obedience and faith have taken all darkness from him; he 32 4, 10 | of truth, so as not to be taken prisoner if you go slowly. 33 Lette, 0| and with this food alone, taken from the table of the most


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