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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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   Chapter, Paragraph
1 1, 4 | courage, and make yourselves dead to all your own sensuality." ~ 2 2, 1 | demonstrate that the will is dead, and continually slays its 3 2, 3 | but the will should be dead and annihilated in everything, 4 2, 13 | disciples, standing like dead men, their hearts lifted 5 2, 15 | disordinate love of the world, are dead to grace. Wherefore because 6 2, 15 | Wherefore because they are dead their memory takes no heed 7 2, 15 | because their feeling is dead, that is, their intellect 8 2, 15 | but themselves, with the dead love of their own sensuality, 9 2, 15 | sensuality, and so their will is dead to My will because it loves 10 2, 15 | because it loves nothing but dead things. These three powers 11 2, 15 | three powers then being dead, all the soul's operations 12 2, 15 | in deed and thought are dead as far as grace is concerned. 13 2, 15 | death, because they are dead, as I have already said 14 2, 20 | cry to them, 'Rise, you dead, and come to judgment!' 15 2, 20 | is to say, 'You, who are dead to grace, and have reached 16 2, 26 | say to them, 'Arise, you dead, and come to judgment,' 17 2, 28 | mind of the creature, is dead. Wherefore, the will not 18 2, 33 | other thirst is spent and dead, and he then proceeds securely 19 2, 35 | for mercy, but when he is dead comes the time of justice. 20 3, 5 | Immaculate Lamb, You were dead when Your side was opened. 21 3, 11 | and because her will is dead in Christ, by which death 22 3, 14 | mortified and her will is dead through the union which 23 3, 20 | creature, their will being dead and not alive, wherefore 24 3, 22 | only-begotten Son. I was dead, and You have brought me 25 3, 22 | straight road, pure, and dead to their own will and opinion, 26 3, 32 | self and over those who are dead in that they live miserably. 27 4, 5 | faith, enters there as one dead, if she is truly obedient; 28 4, 6 | desire honor but shame. Thus dead to himself, should he who 29 4, 8 | intellect is fixed, with a dead faith, on pleasing his self-will, 30 Lette, 0| that we all mourned her as dead, remaining under it for 31 Lette, 0| her would have thought her dead, and was thus carried back


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