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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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fall

   Chapter, Paragraph
1 2, 5 | joined with My love, and fall for love of Me, and your 2 2, 6 | will be the offense they fall into, and therefore, by 3 2, 11 | has become your food, nor fall in the darkness, because 4 2, 13 | rather tell those who might fall into ignorance on this point. 5 2, 17 | relations, and cause them to fall with them into great misery. 6 2, 19 | these and by other sins men fall into false judgment, as 7 2, 27 | wishing to fly pains, they fall into them; and of the vision 8 2, 27 | wishing to flee troubles, they fall into them. For, because 9 2, 37 | consolation and allow them to fall into battles and perplexities. 10 2, 37 | and so disgraceful was his fall, that, not only could he 11 2, 37 | approach of pain caused him to fall, and deny the Lord, with 12 3, 2 | imperfect, so as not to fall into idleness. But she should 13 3, 9 | because on Me can no pain fall, and I wished him to suffer 14 3, 13 | are tears of sweetness let fall with great peace, as I will 15 3, 14 | and in this way she lets fall sensual tears -- tears, 16 3, 14 | Eternal Deity, her eyes let fall tears of sweetness, tears 17 3, 14 | own reputation, and would fall at once, vomited from the 18 3, 15 | which caused her tears to fall, does not cease to offer 19 3, 17 | neighbor in truth, and not fall into false judgment concerning 20 3, 17 | You, so I do not wish to fall into this snare." ~ 21 3, 20 | evidently sinful, he does not fall into judgment, but rather 22 3, 20 | reason why men of the world fall into such iniquities, for 23 3, 20 | neighbor. Otherwise you fall into contempt of your neighbor, 24 3, 20 | this doctrine, you will not fall into the snares of the Devil, 25 3, 28 | lead the blind, they both fall into the ditch.' My sweet 26 3, 31 | goodness. Wherefore, if a man fall into this sin, he does not 27 4, 1 | stumble, or be caused to fall, without perceiving it. 28 4, 6 | could not spend it. They fall into mental and physical 29 4, 8 | great are the evils which fall on the disobedient; so many 30 Lette, 0| arm, and then letting it fall and strike the bed. Then,


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