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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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   Chapter, Paragraph
1 1, 4| can have life in itself except through charity, and humility, 2 1, 6| for no evil can touch Me, except in so far as I count done 3 2, 3| cannot exist and give fruit except by means of the neighbor, 4 2, 15| comparison between the two, except what may be between a finite 5 2, 17| A miser loves no one except for his own profit. Avarice 6 2, 25| that they cannot desire except what I desire, because their 7 2, 27| does not arrive at virtue except through knowledge of self, 8 2, 27| proved, for it is not proved except by its contrary. You see, 9 2, 28| faith she would not see, except as a man who has the form 10 2, 30| no one could come to Me except by Him, and therefore I 11 2, 31| the soul cannot persevere except by the union of her three 12 2, 32| Bridge. No one can come to Me except by Him, as He told you in 13 2, 32| one can come to the Father except by Me.' ~ 14 3, 1| holy prayer, for any reason except (note well) for obedience 15 3, 1| you need attend to nothing except your vocal prayers.' He 16 3, 2| these give heed to nothing except to completing Psalms and 17 3, 9| blessed ones in Eternal Life, except that his soul was not separated 18 3, 9| separated from his body, except through this feeling and 19 3, 16| be satisfied or content except in something greater than 20 3, 18| virtue cannot be proved, except by its contrary. Sensuality 21 3, 20| attention on nothing else except seeing in what way she can 22 3, 24| Sacrament diminished in itself, except as far as may be in the 23 4, 1| it, and no one can enter except by means of that door and 24 4, 7| and cannot be added to except by recommencing from the 25 4, 7| higher virtue can be attained except by recommencing at the beginning 26 4, 9| should never leave prayer, except for necessity, charity,


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