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vi 3
viareggio 1
vicar 7
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vices 8
victima 1
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27 whether
26 arrived
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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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vice

   Chapter, Paragraph
1 1, 6| of virtue and hatred of vice. Being thus cruel he may 2 1, 6| fellow-creatures to abandon virtue for vice; this is cruelty towards 3 1, 6| Oh, miserable vice of cruelty, which will deprive 4 2, 10| the soul strips herself of vice; on the second she fills 5 2, 19| death He destroyed every vice, so that no one could say 6 2, 19| no one could say that any vice remained that was not punished 7 2, 20| revealed to them showing them vice and virtue. And I have made 8 2, 20| and the hurtfulness of vice, to give them love and holy 9 2, 20| holy fear with hatred of vice and love of virtue, and 10 2, 30| displeasure of virtue, and love of vice, whence she draws pride 11 2, 30| desire anything but good, and vice, appearing to him thus, 12 2, 31| perseverance is needful -- they are vice and virtue. If you desire 13 2, 31| death, you must persevere in vice. Thus it is with perseverance 14 2, 36| memory to recollect her vice, her intellect to see the 15 3, 1| of virtue and hatred of vice, and has arrived at the 16 3, 18| I love virtue and hate vice; he who loves vice and hates 17 3, 18| hate vice; he who loves vice and hates virtue offends 18 3, 18| he knows not the cause of vice, that is, his sensual self-love, 19 3, 18| of it; he is ignorant of vice and of the evil which follows 20 3, 23| of your words, reproving vice and encouraging virtue according 21 3, 28| and displeasure, despising vice and embracing virtue, with 22 3, 29| in garments ragged with vice through their separation 23 3, 30| with hatred and dislike of vice, and with love of virtue. 24 3, 30| enemy, that is to say, to vice and wicked thoughts, he 25 3, 31| For his greater shame. For vice being placed on a ground 26 3, 31| sinners have of virtue and vice they see only too clearly 27 4, 5| extirpate the thorns of vice, planting the virtues in


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