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bestial 1
bestowed 2
betrayal 1
better 31
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bewailing 1
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32 pains
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31 came
31 dead
31 dearest
St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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better

   Chapter, Paragraph
1 1, 1| self-knowledge, in order to know better the goodness of God towards 2 1, 2| had understood this the better from a letter, which she 3 1, 2| and with God, and knows better His truth, inasmuch as the 4 2, 4| sweet mirror of God, knows better the stains of her own face, 5 2, 15| so that you might know better the cruelty of those wicked 6 2, 16| themselves in continence the better to study. Thus also they 7 2, 26| Righteous, so that you may the better know the misery of the damned. 8 2, 26| goodness. As light is seen better near darkness, and darkness 9 3, 11| by grace. And how it is better to go for counsel for the 10 3, 11| to you, that it is much better to go for counsel for the 11 3, 18| in order that you may the better know it, rise above the 12 3, 18| In order that you may the better understand what I shall 13 3, 18| creeping intelligence may better understand that which you 14 3, 19| Him more, and serve Him better in that way than in this.' 15 3, 24| in order that you may the better understand the truth, open 16 3, 24| And, since one thing is better known by means of contrast 17 3, 24| in this way, you will the better see the misery of those 18 3, 24| further that you may the better understand Me. Suppose that 19 3, 27| said that we might know better the dignity of priests; 20 3, 27| daughter, that you may the better recognize the dignity to 21 3, 28| this light, will you the better be able to understand the 22 3, 30| moment of death she realizes better the value of time and of 23 3, 31| daughter, that whiteness is better seen when placed on a black 24 3, 31| ground of virtue is known better on account of the virtue, 25 3, 31| account of the virtue, and the better he knows his sin, the greater 26 3, 31| comparison with his sin he knows better the perfection of virtue, 27 3, 31| Scripture during their life, the better do they know at their death 28 3, 32| comparison with these I have better understood the sins of those 29 4, 6| obedient, so that a man may better know the one by contrast 30 4, 6| And in order that he may better keep to the path of humility, 31 4, 8| and it would have been better and less wearisome to have


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