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impeded 2
impediment 2
imperfect 47
imperfection 27
imperfections 4
imperfectly 9
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27 full
27 giving
27 humanity
27 imperfection
27 lifted
27 lost
27 loving
St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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imperfection

   Chapter, Paragraph
1 1, 2| being ashamed of her own imperfection, appearing to herself to 2 2, 35| love was taken away the imperfection of the fear of the penalty, 3 2, 36| fear, which is the state of imperfection, by which is meant the first 4 2, 37| Of the imperfection of those who love GOD for 5 2, 37| you know what proves the imperfection of this love? The withdrawal 6 2, 37| and raise them above their imperfection, I withdraw from their minds 7 2, 37| they do not recognize this imperfection of theirs, it is impossible 8 2, 37| first imperfect, from which imperfection she must advance to perfection, 9 2, 37| death, recognizing her own imperfection, with the purpose, had she 10 2, 37| through displeasure at their imperfection, and love of virtue, dig 11 2, 40| order to raise the soul from imperfection, I withdraw Myself from 12 2, 40| does in order to rise from imperfection and arrive at perfection, 13 2, 41| know that just as every imperfection and perfection is acquired 14 2, 41| neighbor. Do you know how the imperfection of spiritual love for the 15 2, 41| the knowledge of her own imperfection, and for the same reason 16 3, 2| watching and prayer, lost their imperfection and acquired perfection. 17 3, 3| soul raises herself from imperfection and attains to perfection, 18 3, 3| who wishes to rise above imperfection should await My Providence 19 3, 4| arises, with hatred of that imperfection and with love of perfection, 20 3, 5| that they have arisen from imperfection and arrived at perfection. 21 3, 8| Sea Pacific, raised from imperfection, far from satiety, and arrived 22 3, 11| laws bound together, the imperfection of the old law, founded 23 3, 24| either on account of any imperfection of yours who receive, or 24 3, 28| the imperfect ones out of imperfection, themselves becoming imperfect 25 4, 5| remained in the order with much imperfection, so that, as I have said, 26 4, 10| the means of cutting away imperfection and reaching perfection, 27 4, 10| perfection of obedience and the imperfection of disobedience; and how


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