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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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   Chapter, Paragraph
1 1, 2| punish me for my sins in this finite life, and, inasmuch as my 2 1, 3| How finite works are not sufficient 3 1, 3| contrition, not through the finite pain endured, but through 4 1, 3| although their works are finite and done in finite time; 5 1, 3| works are finite and done in finite time; but, inasmuch as they 6 1, 3| Apostle thus shows that finite works are not valid, either 7 1, 4| is not punished in this finite time by any pain which is 8 1, 4| contrition, not through the finite pain; and such as have this 9 2, 3| words, because they are finite works, and I, who am Infinite, 10 2, 3| penance, I should receive a finite thing like a word, which, 11 2, 3| truth; that is, unless the finite operation, which I have 12 2, 3| corporal act, such works being finite, since they are done in 13 2, 3| since they are done in finite time, and also because it 14 2, 3| see that they are merely finite. She ought, therefore, to 15 2, 3| operation, as such, was finite, and therefore I called 16 2, 3| that creatures, who are finite and created by Me, should 17 2, 5| which it sustained in its finite nature, that is in the flesh 18 2, 15| except what may be between a finite and an infinite thing. But 19 2, 28| in this life, and in this finite time; they drive away sin 20 3, 5| not been able to show, by finite things, because My love 21 3, 5| than I could show you by finite pain. I poured from it Blood 22 3, 5| pains of the Cross were finite, the fruit of them which 23 3, 5| nature, united with the finite human nature, which human 24 3, 5| than I could show, with finite pain. I showed to you that 25 3, 15| Infinite, and not as anything finite. ~ 26 3, 15| served Me with anything finite. For I, who am the Infinite 27 3, 16| always desiring something finite; because their being will 28 3, 32| to illuminate me, Your finite creature, with the light 29 3, 32| are infinite, and we are finite, You give that which Your 30 4, 2| say, placing your love in finite things, as do foolish men 31 4, 10| no penalty inflicted in finite time can satisfy for a sin 32 4, 11| have overlooked that I am finite; You, who are Wisdom, have


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