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pellucid 1
penalties 1
penalty 20
penance 28
penances 3
penetrating 1
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29 still
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28 penance
28 spouse
28 temporal
28 ways
St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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penance

   Chapter, Paragraph
1 2, 1| place reliance chiefly on penance, but rather on virtues; 2 2, 1| instruments of virtue; works of penance performed alone without 3 2, 1| the soul perform not her penance with discretion, that is 4 2, 1| placed principally in the penance she has undertaken, her 5 2, 1| should the soul perform her penance, that is, she should place 6 2, 1| in virtue rather than in penance. Penance should be but the 7 2, 1| rather than in penance. Penance should be but the means 8 2, 1| place her foundation on penance she will contaminate her 9 2, 1| perfection, because her penance will not be done in the 10 2, 3| How penance and other corporal exercises 11 2, 3| desirous of doing great penance for My sake, asking, 'What 12 2, 3| therefore that the works of penance, and of other corporal exercises, 13 2, 3| the soul were placed in penance, I should receive a finite 14 2, 3| foundation should be placed in penance only, or in any exterior 15 2, 3| was unable to do actual penance. Merit consists in the virtue 16 3, 17| that the one lives in great penance, and the other does not, 17 3, 17| he who does the greater penance has the higher perfection? 18 3, 19| doing great and severe penance. These, in order that their 19 3, 19| their souls at the table of penance, and are good and perfect, 20 3, 19| good and perfect, if their penance be illuminated by discretion, 21 3, 28| of sin with reproof and penance, little or much, according 22 3, 28| correcting them and giving them penance for the sins they committed -- 23 3, 28| through love endured their penance -- together with them. For 24 3, 28| love, they who gave the penance, bore more pain than they 25 3, 28| who actually performed the penance, and especially when they 26 3, 30| macerating his flesh with penance, with watchings, and humble 27 4, 5| through fear, others through penance, others through allurements, 28 4, 8| when he can through fear of penance. When he is obliged to be


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