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29 saw
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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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ship

   Chapter, Paragraph
1 4, 2| the Word, you board the ship of the holy cross, forcing 2 4, 5| Spirit, appointed as the ship to receive souls who wish 3 4, 5| salvation. The Captain of this ship is the Holy Spirit, who 4 4, 5| the rule of the order. The ship itself cannot be damaged, 5 4, 5| appointed by the Master of the ship. The ship herself is so 6 4, 5| Master of the ship. The ship herself is so delightful 7 4, 5| act of entrance into this ship ordained by Me, who call 8 4, 5| with true obedience. This ship is rich, so that there is 9 4, 5| judgment Benedict ordered his ship; see with what perfection 10 4, 5| poverty Francis ordered his ship, decked with the pearls 11 4, 5| not through defect of the ship, but through disobedient 12 4, 5| rulers. Now look at the ship of your father Dominic, 13 4, 5| so that he has rigged his ship with the three ropes of 14 4, 5| poverty; he made it a royal ship, not obliging his subjects 15 4, 5| imperfect live well in this ship. He allied himself with 16 4, 6| those who travel in such a ship, speaking of all together 17 4, 6| together and not of one ship -- that is, one order -- 18 4, 6| walk if he would enter the ship of a religious order. How 19 4, 6| is old enough enter the ship of a religious order, but 20 4, 6| he should not leave the ship of the order, but should 21 4, 6| over this stormy sea in the ship of his order, dwelling thus 22 4, 8| disobedient man dwells in the ship of a religious order with 23 4, 8| Such a one is indeed in the ship of the order in body, and 24 4, 8| winds, fastened only to the ship by his clothes, wearing 25 4, 8| the good religious in the ship, or that he is in danger 26 4, 8| be suddenly torn from the ship, which will happen at the 27 4, 8| the religious out of the ship of the observance of his 28 4, 8| clothes are loosened from the ship at death, disobedience will 29 4, 9| Reposing with obedience in the ship, allowing himself to be


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