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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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judge

   Chapter, Paragraph
1 2, 3| other principle than this, I judge to be a mere calling with 2 2, 3| However, no one should judge that he has greater perfection, 3 2, 13| Majesty and Divine Power to judge the world, to render good 4 2, 19| at My servants, whom they judge to be feignedly practicing 5 2, 20| come before the Supreme Judge with your injustice and 6 2, 23| with which He will come to judge the world, but through their 7 2, 25| His Face, when He comes to judge with My Divine Majesty, 8 3, 16| regard to Me, by which men judge My secret judgments, gauging 9 3, 16| death. They condemn and judge everything according to 10 3, 16| to set himself up as the judge of the affections and heart 11 3, 16| word he may hear, he will judge the affection of the heart. 12 3, 16| heart. My servants always judge well, because they are founded 13 3, 16| but such as these always judge badly, for they are founded 14 3, 17| right, O Eternal Father, to judge the one soul to be in light, 15 3, 17| not, should I be right to judge that he who does the greater 16 3, 20| nor does he make himself judge of My servants, or of any 17 3, 20| never assume the right to judge the will of men, but only 18 3, 20| namely, that you should never judge the will of man in anything 19 3, 20| injuries done to yourself, judge that My will permits this 20 3, 20| intention, for no one can judge the secrets of the heart 21 3, 20| do not see you should not judge in your mind, even though 22 3, 20| My will, not in order to judge, but, as has been said, 23 3, 20| of your neighbor, if you judge his evil will towards you, 24 3, 20| evil will, for I am their Judge, not you, and, in doing 25 3, 22| precept that, in no way, can I judge any rational creature, and 26 3, 24| nevertheless you would judge that he whose candle weighs 27 3, 29| should pray for them, and not judge them, leaving their judgment 28 3, 29| My mercy, I, the Supreme Judge, shall terribly condemn 29 4, 6| does not care to examine or judge the will of his superior, 30 4, 8| he wishes to examine and judge unfaithfully his superior'


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