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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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   Chapter, Paragraph
1 1, 4| in so far as the soul has drawn her love from Him, and virtuously 2 1, 7| that, by My grace, I have drawn her out of darkness and 3 1, 7| virtue, from which she has drawn the life of grace, to fix 4 2, 2| is, as if a circle were drawn on the surface of the earth, 5 2, 6| your tears and your sweat, drawn from the fountain of My 6 2, 10| no other way could you be drawn to Me, I sent Him in order 7 2, 10| be unable to resist being drawn to Me. ~ 8 2, 10| when the heart of man is drawn by the affection of love, 9 2, 10| love, as I have said, it is drawn together with all the powers 10 2, 10| the powers of the soul are drawn to Him, all the actions 11 2, 10| all the actions are also drawn to Him. Secondly, everything 12 2, 10| See, then, that man being drawn, everything else is drawn 13 2, 10| drawn, everything else is drawn with him, because everything 14 2, 15| death, because he has not drawn life from grace. Inside 15 2, 15| are mortal, for they have drawn their nourishment, which 16 2, 28| the cloth of infidelity, drawn over it by self-love, she 17 2, 28| because their heart is drawn out of them and united to 18 2, 30| I have lent her time and drawn her out of darkness. Then 19 2, 41| his love was originally drawn from Me, the Fountain of 20 3, 2| should feel their minds drawn and raised by desire, they 21 3, 8| made, and had My love been drawn back, that is, had I not 22 3, 9| How after Saint Paul was drawn to the glory of the blessed, 23 3, 15| the renovation of grace drawn into itself among its self-love 24 3, 15| the affection of love has drawn to itself the fruit of the 25 3, 15| fire has consumed it and drawn it into itself. Thus the 26 3, 20| that you might be free, and drawn out of the most terrible 27 3, 28| of grace, which they have drawn from this True Light. With 28 3, 30| the fruit which love has drawn from the virtues. Oh, earthly 29 3, 32| might shed a river of tears, drawn from the knowledge of Your 30 4, 2| fire of divine love, having drawn it out of the mud, and cleansed 31 4, 8| planted in pride, which he has drawn from self-love. Wherefore


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