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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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   Chapter, Paragraph
1 1, 1| they are another Myself, inasmuch as they have lost and denied 2 1, 2| knows better His truth, inasmuch as the soul is then in God, 3 1, 2| in this finite life, and, inasmuch as my sins are the cause 4 1, 3| against Me. Of such as these, inasmuch as they have infinite desire, 5 1, 3| done in finite time; but, inasmuch as they possess the virtue 6 1, 4| the desire of the soul; inasmuch as desire and every virtue 7 1, 4| those of My other servants, inasmuch as the pains which you will 8 1, 4| prayers; rather I accept them, inasmuch as I am He who give them 9 1, 4| sakes, with suffering; and, inasmuch as I told you that they 10 1, 4| with their horrible stench, inasmuch as they have not satisfied 11 1, 6| and her neighbor; whence, inasmuch as such a man does no good, 12 1, 7| virtue therewith; because, inasmuch as you can do Me no profit, 13 1, 7| neediness, she strives, inasmuch as she has done good to 14 1, 8| in Me, for his salvation, inasmuch as he sees clearly the causes 15 2, 2| you will within a circle, inasmuch as the circumference has 16 2, 2| scents of great variety, inasmuch as the soul renders fruit 17 2, 2| from her without her will, inasmuch as they are all flavored 18 2, 3| than he who does less, inasmuch as neither virtue nor merit 19 2, 5| evil disposition and defect inasmuch as he has befouled his mind 20 2, 8| greatness of this Bridge, inasmuch as it reaches from earth 21 3, 10| in His shame and pains. Inasmuch as they appear to be suffering 22 3, 12| the aforesaid tears, and inasmuch as the truth cannot be learnt 23 3, 14| But, inasmuch as she has not yet arrived 24 3, 15| and tears are united. And inasmuch as desire is never ended, 25 3, 16| exist different loves. And inasmuch as the root of self-love 26 3, 18| not in a state of grace, inasmuch as, not having the light, 27 3, 20| circumstance happens to them. And inasmuch as they deem themselves 28 3, 25| principal means of vision, inasmuch as it cannot be deceived; 29 3, 27| which they have received, inasmuch as no greater dignity exists 30 4, 1| a right to be heard, and inasmuch as I am the Supreme Truth, 31 4, 1| the light of glory. And inasmuch as love cannot be alone,


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