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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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pains

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1 1, 3 | should know, that not all the pains that are given to men in 2 1, 4 | value, and in this way, pains satisfy for the fault, by 3 1, 4 | deems herself worthy of pains and unworthy of reward." ~ 4 1, 4 | satisfaction. You ask me, then, for pains, so that I may receive satisfaction 5 1, 4 | will you endure and suffer pains. Do you, therefore, and 6 1, 4 | servants, inasmuch as the pains which you will endure will 7 1, 4 | these receive the eternal pains, with their horrible stench, 8 1, 4 | penalty also, they go to the pains of Purgatory, passing through 9 1, 5 | she should elect to endure pains for Me in whatever mode 10 2, 3 | salvation of souls, enduring pains and torments so that her 11 2, 14 | damned do not receive the pains they deserve; with Your 12 2, 19 | punished and beaten out with pains, as I said to you above, 13 2, 22 | them, with the greatest pains in diverse ways according 14 2, 24 | gnawed by themselves, their pains always increase, especially 15 2, 24 | increase, especially the pains of those who have been the 16 2, 24 | world, to tell them of his pains. This, certainly, he did 17 2, 26 | this is another of their pains, namely, the vision of the 18 2, 26 | will be rendered eternal pains by means of their body, 19 2, 26 | their body, restored, their pains will revive and increase 20 2, 26 | the Blood of the Lamb, the pains that they have borne remaining 21 2, 27 | to lift off himself the pains and vexations which he would 22 2, 27 | Bridge, for, wishing to fly pains, they fall into them; and 23 3, 5 | though My works, that is the pains of the Cross were finite, 24 3, 7 | for their sins, to the pains of Purgatory. So you see 25 3, 10 | glorying in His shame and pains. Inasmuch as they appear 26 3, 31 | of sinners, and of their pains in the hour of death. ~ 27 3, 31 | justly receive the greater pains. But the wretches do not 28 4, 6 | not remember the injuries, pains, or blows inflicted on him 29 Lette, 0| began new travail and bitter pains in her body, and, Lent having 30 Lette, 0| and full of intolerable pains, from the soles of her feet 31 Lette, 0| would often say: "These pains are truly physical, but 32 Lette, 0| Absolution for her faults and the pains due to them, and so it was


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