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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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   Chapter, Paragraph
1 Intro, 0| and she, not being able to endure this without pain, began 2 1, 2 | sufferings which my neighbor must endure, I implore You, in Your 3 1, 3 | the soul endures, or can endure, in this life, are insufficient 4 1, 4 | unworthy of reward, such souls endure the patient humility in 5 1, 4 | of My Name; thus will you endure and suffer pains. Do you, 6 1, 4 | the pains which you will endure will be sufficient, through 7 1, 5 | Me) she should elect to endure pains for Me in whatever 8 2, 3 | asking, 'What can I do to endure suffering for You, oh Lord?' 9 2, 4 | possible for the body to endure it without the departure 10 2, 5 | in order that He might endure suffering in that self-same 11 2, 5 | the child is not fit to endure its bitterness. He was man' 12 2, 6 | desire if you, on your part, endure much, casting the light 13 2, 16 | they have become, cannot endure the sight of such filthy 14 2, 25 | therefore will this delight endure for them eternally. Not 15 2, 28 | sin) come upon them, they endure them all with the light 16 2, 28 | the labor is small. They endure with patience, and the thorns 17 3, 6 | righteous man is able to endure privation, and I take from 18 3, 10 | the body. These not only endure with patience, as I told 19 3, 20 | case they are content to endure anything for My Name's sake; 20 3, 20 | done to some one else, they endure it with compassion of this 21 3, 30 | which rational creatures endure depend on their will, because 22 3, 30 | accordance with mine they would endure no suffering, not that they 23 3, 30 | with ardent love, cannot endure the sight, but stand afar 24 4, 2 | cross, forcing yourself to endure, so as not to transgress 25 4, 3 | and in their impatience endure intolerable pain, for it 26 4, 6 | duties of the order or to endure the mockeries, reproofs, 27 4, 6 | thinking that he can never endure enough pain, for neither 28 4, 8 | and yet he is obliged to endure the discipline and labors 29 4, 8 | reproving him. You can not endure your brother, nor even the 30 4, 8 | earnest of cruel torments to endure, and if he do not amend 31 4, 10 | Wherefore I invite you to endure, Myself lamenting with you


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