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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| nor is the reason of this far to seek. The middle ages 2 Intro, 0| been made eternal. And not far from that ancient fortress-home, 3 Intro, 0| of Clement's election, so far as his subservience to the 4 Intro, 0| narrowness of temper that goes far to discount their actual 5 1, 4 | only begotten Son, in so far as the soul has drawn her 6 1, 6 | can touch Me, except in so far as I count done to Me that 7 1, 7 | the same thing, and, so far as the soul loves Me, she 8 1, 7 | profits him nothing so far as grace is concerned. See 9 2, 11 | and being kept by them far from Me, the soul drowns, 10 2, 15 | without any comparison, far more than you can see, because 11 2, 15 | and thought are dead as far as grace is concerned. For 12 2, 15 | her own power, but only so far as she is helped by Me. 13 2, 25 | and the pain of hunger are far from her. In love, the Blessed 14 2, 27 | this life without a cross, far less those who travel by 15 2, 28 | they do not. And as, so far, I have shown you the damnation 16 2, 28 | And as I told you pain is far from the desire, and weariness 17 2, 36 | fear, and have climbed so far being imperfectly gathered 18 3, 8 | raised from imperfection, far from satiety, and arrived 19 3, 14 | things, not indeed in so far as they are given her by 20 3, 14 | her by My love, but in so far as she desires them by reason 21 3, 16 | neighbors, and remove themselves far away from the love of My 22 3, 17 | the light, and not flee far in darkness away from Your 23 3, 17 | of judging keeps the soul far from You, so I do not wish 24 3, 21 | that divine hunger pain is far away, and though they have 25 3, 21 | they desire, disgust is far from satiety, for I am the 26 3, 24 | diminished in itself, except as far as may be in the following 27 3, 27 | you in another place. But far more do I demand purity 28 3, 30 | this sweet manner, but to a far greater extent by My ministers, 29 3, 31 | known it in truth, but in so far as they have turned their 30 3, 31 | your mouth your heart was far from Me. Conscience also 31 4, 8 | Me, with his heart he is far from Me. He gladly escapes


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