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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 2 | A TREATISE OF DISCRETION ~ 2 2, 1| rather on virtues; and how discretion receives life from humility, 3 2, 1| perform not her penance with discretion, that is to say, if her 4 2, 1| love of virtue. With this discretion, then, should the soul perform 5 2, 1| and of My goodness, with discretion, and she will not seize 6 2, 1| which I hate. This virtue of discretion is no other than a true 7 2, 1| knowledge is virtue rooted. Discretion is the only child of self-knowledge, 8 2, 1| in the perpetual calm of discretion. Because otherwise the tree 9 2, 1| not produce the virtue of discretion, or any fruit of life, if 10 2, 1| to you, that the root of discretion is a real knowledge of self 11 2, 1| this founds the virtue of discretion on knowledge of self, that 12 2, 1| being founded on pride, as discretion is on humility. ~ 13 2, 1| who possess the virtue of discretion. For, when they have rendered 14 2, 2| how love, humility, and discretion are united; and how the 15 2, 2| side the off-shoot of true discretion, in the way that I have 16 2, 2| they are all flavored with discretion, because they are all united, 17 2, 3| soul; and of the light of discretion in various other modes and 18 2, 3| but accompanied by true discretion, using corporal works as 19 2, 3| told you, the virtue of discretion renders to the soul, that 20 2, 3| flavored with the light of true discretion, without which the soul 21 2, 3| conditions. The light of discretion (which proceeds from love, 22 2, 3| of the guilt of sin. Holy discretion ordains that the soul should 23 2, 3| is the supreme office of discretion which proceeds from charity. 24 2, 3| herself the light of holy discretion, that light which dissipates 25 2, 3| instrument of virtue. Holy discretion is a prudence which cannot 26 2, 5| Wherefore when the time of discretion is come, the soul can, by 27 3, 19| penance be illuminated by discretion, and founded on Me, if, 28 3, 28| subjects, with the light of discretion. In them, principally because 29 4, 9| means of this virtue; and of discretion in obedience, and of the


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