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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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suffering

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1 Intro, 0| the poet? In her moment of suffering at least she has been made 2 Intro, 0| the lacerated souls of the suffering wherever she finds them, 3 1, 3 | desire, and sustain their suffering with desire, and contrition, 4 1, 4 | she endures intolerable suffering, grieving because she loves 5 1, 4 | Me, for their sakes, with suffering; and, inasmuch as I told 6 1, 4 | you have understood how suffering satisfies for guilt by perfect 7 1, 5 | in any other way than by suffering, and patience is united 8 1, 7 | you that the endurance of suffering alone, without desire, was 9 2, 1 | seems to herself worthy of suffering; wherefore she becomes odious 10 2, 3 | What can I do to endure suffering for You, oh Lord?' I replied 11 2, 5 | for I was incapable of suffering, and yet, on account of 12 2, 5 | divine justice demanded suffering. But man was not sufficient 13 2, 5 | order that He might endure suffering in that self-same nature 14 2, 5 | which man had offended, suffering in His body even to the 15 2, 6 | justice, the greater their suffering in eternal damnation. ~ 16 3, 10 | Inasmuch as they appear to be suffering they are rejoicing, because 17 3, 10 | themselves clothed with the suffering and shame of Christ crucified. 18 3, 14 | eye feels the grief and suffering of the heart, she begins 19 3, 15 | virtues. It is true that suffering is over and ended, as I 20 3, 15 | and their hunger without suffering, for, in Me, no perfection 21 3, 21 | their desires are without suffering, and yours are not. These 22 3, 30 | mine they would endure no suffering, not that they would have 23 3, 30 | because labors cause no suffering to a will which gladly endures 24 3, 31 | nothing but intolerable suffering in it. One who despairs 25 3, 31 | do not wish it, but the suffering of condemnation, of the 26 3, 31 | what it really is, to the suffering, that is, of the one, and 27 4, 6 | it is I who permit this suffering in order that he may be 28 4, 8 | in any other state than suffering, for he is deprived of charity, 29 4, 10 | told you somewhat of the suffering of the damned and the glory 30 Lette, 0| if to show that she was suffering from grave assaults of demons,


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