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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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sacrament

   Chapter, Paragraph
1 2, 5| touches on the subject of the Sacrament of Christ's Body, and the 2 2, 14| representing Yourself in the Sacrament of the Altar, in the body 3 3, 2| something concerning the Sacrament of the Body of Christ, the 4 3, 2| giving her the food of the Sacrament [which is placed in the 5 3, 2| communicates with the Blessed Sacrament. He receives virtually when 6 3, 5| charity provided in the Sacrament of Holy Confession, the 7 3, 24| of the priest; and of the Sacrament of the Body of Christ; and 8 3, 24| Essence in that most Sweet Sacrament concealed under the whiteness 9 3, 24| each particle. Nor is the Sacrament diminished in itself, except 10 3, 24| to those who receive this Sacrament. Each one carries his own 11 3, 24| with which he receives this Sacrament, which of itself is without 12 3, 24| lights it by receiving this Sacrament. I say without light, because 13 3, 24| which you receive in this Sacrament, according to the holy desire 14 3, 24| should go to this sweet Sacrament in the guilt of mortal sin, 15 3, 24| by her darkness. Of the Sacrament she feels nothing but the 16 3, 24| soul when she receives the Sacrament, or by any defect which 17 3, 24| the sweet Light of this Sacrament cannot be defiled, divided, 18 3, 25| deceived in the aforesaid Sacrament, but not those of the soul; 19 3, 25| that she receives in the Sacrament. ~ 20 3, 25| and touch, because in this Sacrament all bodily perceptions fail. ~ 21 3, 25| How is this Sacrament to be truly tasted, seen, 22 3, 25| waging against you in this Sacrament; and to make you increase 23 3, 25| you should look on this Sacrament. How do you touch It? By 24 3, 25| intellect has recognized in this Sacrament. The soul touches Me with 25 3, 25| tremendous mystery of this Sacrament and the Grace which is contained 26 3, 25| receive and look on this Sacrament, not only with bodily perceptions, 27 3, 25| and taste, and see this Sacrament." ~ 28 3, 26| the soul who receives the sacrament in grace. ~ 29 3, 26| Angels. By receiving this Sacrament she dwells in Me and I in 30 3, 26| imprint, so the virtue of this Sacrament remains in the soul, that 31 3, 27| about the excellence of this Sacrament, have been said that we 32 3, 29| virtue and dignity of the Sacrament, and by reason of that very 33 3, 31| administer the sun of the holy Sacrament, and because they had the


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