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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| the zenith of perfection which constituted it a model for 2 Intro, 0| as to the principles on which historical investigation 3 Intro, 0| engaged in the episodes with which it deals. With facts as 4 Intro, 0| opportunity in the anarchy which followed the French Revolution. 5 Intro, 0| ultimately amenable to an idea, which so infinitely transcended 6 Intro, 0| mental and social force which we, in spite of the petulant 7 Intro, 0| that Idea was the life by which the Church lived, and that 8 Intro, 0| Christendom. The unanimity with which the Christian idea was accepted 9 Intro, 0| special relations with God, which amounted almost to a personal 10 Intro, 0| above the revelation of which the hierarchy was the legitimate 11 Intro, 0| into an ecstasy, during which she invoked the Divine judgment 12 Intro, 0| the summits of three hills which it crowns with domes and 13 Intro, 0| seen from the vineyards which clothe the slopes of the 14 Intro, 0| the more vital interests which it represents, long desisted 15 Intro, 0| recovered from the plague which, in the far-off days of 16 Intro, 0| free Ghibelline Republic which, on that memorable 4th of 17 Intro, 0| architectural degradation which has overtaken Florence at 18 Intro, 0| presence in the folds of olive which enwrap the base of the hill 19 Intro, 0| the base of the hill on which the city is set. ~ 20 Intro, 0| combination of grace and strength which marked the domestic architecture 21 Intro, 0| indeed from anything with which the experience of our own 22 Intro, 0| chapel, over the door of which are inscribed the words: 23 Intro, 0| touching symbolism under which the Church half veils and 24 Intro, 0| soft and tender glow, in which the curves and lines of 25 Intro, 0| with a beautiful vision which, as it has an important 26 Intro, 0| with regal magnificence, in which was seated, on an imperial 27 Intro, 0| retreat before the anarchy which was raging round the city 28 Intro, 0| learning, or the energy with which he restored ecclesiastical 29 Intro, 0| mysticism of Joachim of Flora, which constituted a doctrine perhaps 30 Intro, 0| revelation of the Spirit, which was to supersede the dispensation 31 Intro, 0| His theological writings, which are voluminous and verbose, 32 Intro, 0| the times and places at which the people had been in the 33 Intro, 0| to the mysterious unknown which surrounds him. No miracle 34 Intro, 0| the political ascendancy which such a man inevitably came 35 Intro, 0| him and the organization which depended on him, at the 36 Intro, 0| in detail the stages by which the Pope came to take his 37 Intro, 0| comprehension of the task with which Catherine measured, for 38 Intro, 0| of that Roman question, which, hanging perpetually round 39 Intro, 0| state; but the spirit in which he pursued them excludes 40 Intro, 0| Pantheon of gracious souls in which humanity enshrines its true 41 Intro, 0| of Grace" is a point on which she constantly dwells, hanging 42 Intro, 0| that love of man for man which, in deepest truth, is, in 43 Intro, 0| positive purity of heart, which not only sees God, but diffuses 44 Intro, 0| The Divine nuptials, about which the mystics tell us so much, 45 Intro, 0| classics of the age and land which produced Boccaccio and Petrarch. 46 1, 1 | we find similar words, by which we can see that it is, indeed, 47 1, 1 | her intellect, the love which He had for His servants, 48 1, 1 | who, among the beauties which I have given to the soul, 49 1, 1 | adorned with many virtues, by which they are united with Me 50 1, 1 | for a certain case with which she was concerned. ~ 51 1, 2 | the better from a letter, which she had received from the 52 1, 2 | spiritual Father of her soul, in which he explained to her the 53 1, 2 | of the lively hope, with which she waited for God to provide 54 1, 2 | feeling of holy justice, with which knowledge, hatred, and justice, 55 1, 2 | she purified the stains which seemed to her to cover her 56 1, 2 | cause of the sufferings which my neighbor must endure, 57 1, 3 | that all the sufferings, which the soul endures, or can 58 1, 3 | sorrow for her own sins, which she has committed against 59 1, 3 | her sorrow for the sins which she sees her neighbors commit 60 1, 3 | and satisfies for a guilt which deserved an infinite penalty, 61 1, 4 | finite time by any pain which is sustained purely as such. 62 1, 4 | is punished by the pain which is endured through the desire, 63 1, 4 | own sensuality, through which, she deems herself worthy 64 1, 4 | the patient humility in which consists the above-mentioned 65 1, 4 | satisfaction for the offenses, which are done against Me by My 66 1, 4 | know Me and yourself, from which knowledge you will draw 67 1, 4 | through charity, and humility, which is the foster-mother and 68 1, 4 | through the ineffable love which I had for you, wishing to 69 1, 4 | ineffable love, through which love she continues in constant 70 1, 4 | pain; not, however, a pain which afflicts or dries up the 71 1, 4 | dries up the soul, but one which rather fattens her; for 72 1, 4 | servants, inasmuch as the pains which you will endure will be 73 1, 4 | through the love and affection which you have to Me, and I will 74 1, 4 | to the disposition with which they will receive My gifts. 75 1, 4 | through contempt of the Blood, which, with such sweetness, has 76 1, 4 | The fruit which I destine for them, constrained 77 1, 4 | seek their native country, which is the Eternal Life. And 78 1, 4 | many are the roads and ways which I use, through love alone, 79 1, 4 | inestimable love of Mine, by which I created them, and by the 80 1, 4 | truth, that, by that way which I have told you, that is, 81 1, 4 | servants done for them, that which was given them, through 82 1, 4 | wretchedness and hardness, with which, with the hands of his free 83 1, 4 | it were, with a diamond, which, if it be not broken by 84 1, 4 | the imprint of the Blood which has been paid for him. But, 85 1, 4 | he has not used the dowry which I gave him, giving him memory 86 1, 4 | intellect. This is the dowry which I have given you all, and 87 1, 4 | have given you all, and which ought to render fruit to 88 1, 4 | but also for the penalty which follows the guilt, as I 89 1, 4 | that very same measure with which a man measures to Me, do 90 1, 6 | according to the need in which he may be, at least with 91 1, 6 | proceed from the charity which he has through love of Me. 92 1, 6 | I count done to Me that which he does to himself. To himself 93 1, 6 | does the injury of sin, which deprives him of grace, and 94 1, 6 | not paying him the debt, which he owes him, of love, with 95 1, 6 | owes him, of love, with which he ought to help him by 96 1, 6 | him. This is an assistance which is owed in general to every 97 1, 6 | in every other respect in which your neighbor may be seen 98 1, 6 | from sensual self-love, which has deprived him of the 99 1, 6 | of the affection of love which he ought to have towards 100 1, 6 | according to the diverse ways which may please his perverse 101 1, 6 | its origin in cupidity, which not only prevents a man 102 1, 6 | miserable vice of cruelty, which will deprive the man who 103 1, 6 | brings forth insults on which often follows murder; sometimes 104 1, 6 | person of his neighbor, by which he becomes a brute beast 105 1, 6 | deprive your neighbor of that which you ought to give him; an 106 1, 7 | through the principles which I exposed to you, that is, 107 1, 7 | of the affection of love, which gives light to every virtue. 108 1, 7 | the same way self-love, which destroys charity and affection 109 1, 7 | perverse root of self-love, which has poisoned the entire 110 1, 7 | obtained without charity, which is the pure love of Me. ~ 111 1, 7 | learns the perverse law, which is bound up in her members, 112 1, 7 | bound up in her members, and which ever fights against the 113 1, 7 | through the many benefits which she has received from Me, 114 1, 7 | received from Me, all of which she considers again in herself. 115 1, 7 | humility, the knowledge which she has obtained of herself, 116 1, 7 | with the medium of virtue, which she has conceived through 117 1, 7 | from Me. This is the means which I have given you, that you 118 1, 7 | love in Me, by means of which, she truly loves herself, 119 1, 7 | conception of virtue, from which she has drawn the life of 120 1, 7 | according to the various graces which I have entrusted to her 121 1, 7 | too many to enumerate, which are brought forth in the 122 1, 7 | herself all the other virtues, which, as has been said, are all 123 1, 8 | by that service, the love which he has towards Me. ~ 124 1, 8 | rather in his own sensuality, which is all that he loves. My 125 1, 8 | back fiery coals of love, which dispel the hatred and rancor 126 1, 8 | love and perfect patience which is in him, who sustains 127 2, 1 | the holy and sweet works which I seek from My servants; 128 2, 1 | consist of those virtues which are done by means of the 129 2, 1 | diverse and varied penances, which are the instruments of virtue; 130 2, 1 | truth; neither loving that which I love, nor hating that 131 2, 1 | I love, nor hating that which I hate. This virtue of discretion 132 2, 1 | other than a true knowledge which the soul should have of 133 2, 1 | other descendants, as a tree which has many branches; but that 134 2, 1 | many branches; but that which gives life to the tree, 135 2, 1 | the ground of humility, in which it is planted, which humility 136 2, 1 | in which it is planted, which humility is the foster-mother 137 2, 1 | self and of My goodness, by which the soul immediately, and 138 2, 1 | the graces and the gifts which she sees and knows she has 139 2, 1 | rendering to herself that which she sees herself to have 140 2, 1 | not to herself, her being, which she knows she has received 141 2, 1 | Me, and every other grace which she has received besides. ~ 142 2, 1 | through vainglory, and that which is really her own she imputes 143 2, 1 | concerning My mysteries, with which I work in her soul and in 144 2, 1 | humble and continuous prayer, which all should pay to each other, 145 2, 1 | in the ground of humility which proceeds from self-knowledge." ~ 146 2, 2 | circle of true self-knowledge which is contained in Me, who 147 2, 2 | earth of true humility, which is as wide as the diameter 148 2, 2 | is the affection of love which is in the soul, and the 149 2, 2 | soul, and the patience, which proves that I am in the 150 2, 3 | the fruits and the works which I seek from the soul, the 151 2, 3 | with the other virtues, which I have mentioned to you 152 2, 3 | intrinsic to the soul, all of which must be in activity in order 153 2, 3 | finite thing like a word, which, when it has issued from 154 2, 3 | with affection of the soul, which conceives and brings forth 155 2, 3 | unless the finite operation, which I have called a word, should 156 2, 3 | the affection or love, in which case it would be grateful 157 2, 3 | circumstances to complete an action which she has begun, or, as may 158 2, 3 | of the will is that due which, as I told you, the virtue 159 2, 3 | offenses and sensuality, which are acquired by self-knowledge. 160 2, 3 | self-knowledge. This is the knife which slays and cuts off all self-love 161 2, 3 | the soul, founded in love, which gives life to all the virtues 162 2, 3 | true discretion, without which the soul is worth nothing. 163 2, 3 | The light of discretion (which proceeds from love, as I 164 2, 3 | supreme office of discretion which proceeds from charity. So 165 2, 3 | in the soul, everything which the soul does for itself 166 2, 3 | holy discretion, that light which dissipates all darkness, 167 2, 3 | discretion is a prudence which cannot be cheated, a fortitude 168 2, 3 | be cheated, a fortitude which cannot be beaten, a perseverance 169 2, 3 | virtues and prove them, which virtues have been at first 170 2, 3 | true of the vices, all of which are committed by means of 171 2, 4 | giving hope to the sorrow which she had conceived, on account 172 2, 4 | and through His own mercy, which she saw through self-knowledge, 173 2, 4 | because in the knowledge which the soul obtains of herself, 174 2, 4 | knows her own indignity, which is the consequence of her 175 2, 4 | own face, by the purity which she sees in Him. ~ 176 2, 4 | was diminished by the hope which the Supreme Truth gave her, 177 2, 4 | the fire of divine love, which she found in the knowledge 178 2, 4 | instrument of all this evil, for which reason I pray Your divine 179 2, 4 | this by Your uncreated love which moved You Yourself to create 180 2, 4 | receive Your benefits, by which he participates in the power 181 2, 4 | that he might love that which his intellect has seen and 182 2, 4 | The inestimable love with which You saw Your creature in 183 2, 4 | he lost this dignity in which You originally placed him, 184 2, 4 | that same fire of love with which You created him, willingly 185 2, 4 | the great rebellion into which he had fallen, there should 186 2, 4 | obedience, Eternal Father, which You imposed on Him, when 187 2, 4 | become ours, by this union which You have accomplished with 188 2, 5 | received. Wherefore, that which really gives life, often 189 2, 5 | of My only-begotten Son, which destroyed death and darkness, 190 2, 5 | does the harm of guilt, which will be followed by punishment, 191 2, 5 | affection the fruit of the Blood which he had received in Holy 192 2, 5 | by virtue of the Blood, which stain he drew from his origin, 193 2, 5 | order to restore it to grace which you had lost by sin; for 194 2, 5 | rational creatures, besides which, neither for himself, nor 195 2, 5 | that self-same nature in which man had offended, suffering 196 2, 5 | dispose him to that good for which I had created him. This 197 2, 5 | only on account of the pain which it sustained in its finite 198 2, 5 | the fire of divine love which was the fetter which held 199 2, 5 | love which was the fetter which held him fastened and nailed 200 2, 5 | defect, like the cicatrice which remains when a man is healed 201 2, 5 | drinking this bitter medicine, which man could not drink on account 202 2, 5 | of original sin remains, which sin you take from your father 203 2, 5 | altogether, by Holy Baptism, which has the virtue of communicating 204 2, 5 | that inclination to sin, which remains from the original 205 2, 5 | and obtain the end for which he was created. Oh, miserable 206 2, 5 | learn this great benefit which he has received from Me! 207 2, 6 | little account of the graces which I have given them, and continue 208 2, 6 | to Me through his being which I have given him, creating 209 2, 6 | image and similitude; for which reason, he was bound to 210 2, 6 | nature. This is the debt which they have incurred -- that 211 2, 6 | treasure of the Blood, by which they have been procreated 212 2, 6 | being through any torment which they receive. Wherefore 213 2, 6 | But there is a remedy with which I appease My wrath -- that 214 2, 6 | bound Me with this bond which I have given you, because 215 2, 7 | made of His Son a Bridge by which man could pass. ~ 216 2, 7 | render Me glory in the way in which they ought to have, as they 217 2, 7 | participate in that Good for which I had created them, and 218 2, 7 | remained in the state in which I had placed him. He, not 219 2, 7 | tempestuous flood arose, which ever buffets him with its 220 2, 7 | you may not be drowned, which flood is the tempestuous 221 2, 7 | not to take the remedy which I have offered, but to be 222 2, 8 | and constitutes the union which I have made with man. ~ 223 2, 8 | order to reform the road which was broken, as I said to 224 2, 8 | the stain of Adam's sin. Which stain corrupted the whole 225 2, 9 | nailed to the Cross, of which You have made me a Bridge, 226 2, 9 | Your miserable servant, for which reason, my heart is bursting, 227 2, 9 | the hunger and the desire which it has conceived towards 228 2, 10 | Bridge has three steps, which signify the three states 229 2, 10 | have shown you that for which you wished, and ask Me, 230 2, 10 | this is through the union which I have made with man, whom 231 2, 10 | Son, has three steps, of which two were made with the wood 232 2, 10 | three states of the soul, which I will explain to you below. 233 2, 10 | pierced Feet are steps by which you can arrive at His Side, 234 2, 10 | can arrive at His Side, Which manifests to you the secret 235 2, 10 | you may reach the last, which is lifted on high, so that 236 2, 10 | making of it an anvil on which My Son, born of human generation, 237 2, 10 | the ineffable love, with which I love you, the heart of 238 2, 10 | all the other operations which the man performs, whether 239 2, 11 | Bridge is built of stones which signify virtues; and how 240 2, 11 | for there is no virtue which has not been proved in Him, 241 2, 11 | is sheltered by the mercy which descended from Heaven in 242 2, 11 | Garden of the Holy Church, which keeps and ministers the 243 2, 11 | Bridge, arrives at the door which is part of the Bridge, at 244 2, 11 | is part of the Bridge, at which all must enter, wherefore 245 2, 11 | Devil told to Eve, with which he broke up the road to 246 2, 11 | either, through death, by which he has to leave them, or 247 2, 11 | through my disposition, by which these created things are 248 2, 11 | Falsehood, that is, My road which is Truth, and the Devil' 249 2, 11 | is Truth, and the Devil's which is Falsehood." ~ 250 2, 12 | fatiguing; and of the delight which the soul feels in traveling 251 2, 12 | having a Road made for him, which causes such delight to those 252 2, 12 | the light of Eternal Truth which promises refreshment to 253 2, 12 | participates in that good which has been prepared for him 254 2, 13 | and with His own clemency, which is the essence of the Holy 255 2, 13 | the road of the doctrine which My Truth had left in the 256 2, 13 | founded upon this doctrine, which is the way made for you 257 2, 13 | injustice and false judgment, of which injustice and false judgment, 258 2, 13 | Heaven, and was the one road which was taught you by the example 259 2, 13 | way of His doctrine, of which I have spoken to you, confirmed 260 2, 13 | forth the way of the Truth which leads to life with a perfect 261 2, 13 | Holy Spirit gives him love, which consumes and takes away 262 2, 13 | Life; that is, the Bridge which leads you to the height 263 2, 13 | doctrine, with His power, which road cannot be destroyed 264 2, 13 | with the light of faith which has been given you as a 265 2, 13 | actually is, and the doctrine, which is one and the same thing 266 2, 13 | I wish to tell you that which I, the Truth, promised you, 267 2, 13 | the way of falsehood, by which walk the wicked, of whom 268 2, 14 | is the Eternal Mercy with which You cover the sins of Your 269 2, 14 | of the Immaculate Lamb. Which was finally conquered? Death! 270 2, 14 | gives light and life, by which Your clemency is known in 271 2, 14 | you, for on every side to which I turn my thought, I find 272 2, 15 | taste and to see in the word which I spoke to you when I said: ' 273 2, 15 | also the dignity of man, which I have shown you above, 274 2, 15 | and at the baseness to which they are fallen by their 275 2, 15 | fallen by their fault, from which cause, they have first become 276 2, 15 | grace. And, as a corpse which can have no feeling or movement 277 2, 15 | free-will has remained (which remains as long as the mortal 278 2, 15 | world, is governed by that which is not, that is by sin, 279 2, 15 | love with the life of grace which they received in Holy Baptism; 280 2, 15 | In the height of pride, which is nourished by their own 281 2, 15 | the four principal vices which destroy the soul of him 282 2, 15 | the worm of conscience, which, while man lives in mortal 283 2, 15 | drawn their nourishment, which should have been humility, 284 2, 17 | reputation, and thus avarice, which is immediately combined 285 2, 17 | bad to worse. It is a fire which always germinates the smoke 286 2, 17 | heart, and boasting in that which does not belong to it. It 287 2, 17 | belong to it. It is a root which has many branches, and the 288 2, 17 | the principal one is that which makes a man care for his 289 2, 17 | profit. And it produces envy, which is a worm that is always 290 2, 18 | glorifying and praising My Name, which debt they are bound to pay. 291 2, 19 | and of the indignity to which one comes. ~ 292 2, 19 | scandalized by My works, which are all just, and all performed 293 2, 19 | are become like unto that which you do serve. ~ 294 2, 20 | them, following the truth which they understand through 295 2, 20 | another, have been tormented. Which torments I permitted for 296 2, 20 | the second condemnation which will take place at the extremity 297 2, 20 | extinguished light of faith which you received burning in 298 2, 20 | burning in Holy Baptism (and which you have blown out with 299 2, 20 | vanity of your heart, with which you set your sails to winds 300 2, 20 | set your sails to winds which were contrary to your salvation, 301 2, 20 | led you along the underway which is a running stream, and 302 2, 21 | the worm of conscience, which I told you was blinded self-love. 303 2, 21 | injustice and false judgment which she has practiced generally 304 2, 21 | injustice and false judgment which she practices at the end, 305 2, 21 | mercy. This is that sin which is neither pardoned here 306 2, 21 | of this false judgment, which is to have held their sin 307 2, 21 | do not render to Me that which is Mine, and to themselves 308 2, 21 | and to themselves that which is theirs. For to Me, they 309 2, 22 | torments of the damned, from which follow all the others; and 310 2, 22 | principal torments, out of which proceed all the other torments. 311 2, 22 | deprived of the vision of Me, which is such pain to them, that, 312 2, 22 | the worm of Conscience, which gnaws unceasingly, seeing 313 2, 22 | and sight of the devils, which vision of the Devil is the 314 2, 22 | see him in his own form, which is so horrible that the 315 2, 22 | neither in the second, which was that, in death, they 316 2, 23 | Of the third reproof which is made on the Day of Judgment. ~ 317 2, 23 | tell of the third reproof which is on the Last Day of Judgment. 318 2, 23 | an intolerable reproof, which will generate in it confusion 319 2, 23 | vision, that, as the sun which is so bright, appears all 320 2, 23 | but the defect of the eye which is infirm), so will the 321 2, 23 | My Divine Majesty, with which He will come to judge the 322 2, 24 | obstinate in that evil, in which, therefore, being gnawed 323 2, 24 | in the same miseries in which he had lived, so that he 324 2, 25 | with that affection with which she comes to Me, and that 325 2, 25 | that measure of love, with which they have come to Me, is 326 2, 25 | love, and the particular, which, moreover, both proceed 327 2, 25 | affection in the world, with which affection they grew in grace, 328 2, 25 | this particular good, of which I have told you, for themselves 329 2, 25 | joyousness in themselves, which is refreshed by the knowledge 330 2, 25 | in the good of that soul, which good she has received through 331 2, 25 | in those bonds of love in which they finished their life, 332 2, 25 | always pray to Me for you, which desire is fulfilled by Me, 333 2, 25 | they had imperfect bliss, which cannot be, because no perfection 334 2, 25 | garments of her own flesh which she had quitted. For, as 335 2, 25 | but by virtue of the soul, which virtue is of Me, given to 336 2, 25 | the ineffable love with which I created her in My image 337 2, 25 | told you of the happiness which the glorified body would 338 2, 25 | of My only-begotten Son, which gives you assurance of your 339 2, 25 | they exult in His wounds, which have remained fresh, and 340 2, 25 | and delight in that good which they have brought with them, 341 2, 25 | any meritorious act, by which they could merit anything, 342 2, 26 | bliss of the righteous, which is to them an increase of 343 2, 26 | and also the bark outside, which is the body. They will be 344 2, 26 | spiritual and temporal, which I did for them by means 345 2, 26 | by means of My Son, and which they should have done for 346 2, 26 | seeing so great a dignity (of which they are deprived), will 347 2, 26 | with the worldly substance which he loved disordinately, 348 2, 26 | Devil is their Door, through which they go to Eternal Damnation, 349 2, 26 | Door and the Way through which they pass to enter the Sea 350 2, 26 | kept the Way of the Lie, which leads them to the water 351 2, 27 | in the Blood of my Son, which will, neither Devil nor 352 2, 27 | you please. It is an arm, which, if you place it in the 353 2, 27 | straightway becomes a knife, with which he strikes you and slays 354 2, 27 | is opened to see My love which allowed him to be tempted, 355 2, 27 | self, and knowledge of Me, which knowledge is more perfectly 356 2, 27 | the pains and vexations which he would flee; and he knows 357 2, 27 | he knows Me in his will, which is fortified by My goodness, 358 2, 27 | death comes, see the good which I have prepared for them, 359 2, 27 | death, that is, to that which he has, and, blinding them 360 2, 27 | those principal vices to which he sees him to be most disposed -- 361 2, 27 | the figure of a Tree, of which you saw neither the beginning 362 2, 27 | was a certain thorn, from which thorn all those who love 363 2, 27 | a mountain of Lolla, in which you figured to yourself 364 2, 27 | Tree and passed the thorn, which is the deliberation of the 365 2, 27 | deliberation of the will. Which deliberation, before it 366 2, 27 | before it is made, is a thorn which appears to man to stand 367 2, 28 | the burden of the body, which was a law that opposed the 368 2, 28 | see Me, she sees Me, in which vision is her bliss; and 369 2, 28 | seeing and in knowing Me, in which vision and knowledge their 370 2, 28 | fulfilled, for they have that which they desired to have, and 371 2, 28 | especially in having that which the will desires, and thus 372 2, 28 | tasting the above, with which I have told you they will 373 2, 28 | the knowledge of My Truth, which knowledge, the intellect ( 374 2, 28 | knowledge, the intellect (which is the eye of the soul) 375 2, 28 | of the most holy faith, which light of faith enables the 376 2, 28 | who has covered the pupil (which causes the eye to see) with 377 2, 28 | and pass over the thorns, which do not hurt them, their 378 2, 28 | because the sensitive will, which gives pain and afflicts 379 2, 28 | loved creatures (all of which are thorns that the earth 380 2, 28 | desire other than good, for which I permit these tribulations 381 2, 30 | and declare to you that which you ask Me. You ask Me to 382 2, 30 | away the light of reason, which reason holds in itself the 383 2, 30 | of the benefits received, which it does with care and gratitude, 384 2, 30 | love, because the food on which I feed is love.' Then the 385 2, 30 | love, I will give you that which you can love.' And at once 386 2, 30 | and the indignity into which she has fallen through sin. 387 2, 30 | the increate charity with which I created her, and, in contemplating 388 2, 30 | mouth of holy desire, with which it eats hatred and displeasure 389 2, 30 | humility and perfect patience, which it drew from holy hatred. 390 2, 30 | filled with nothing but that which the affection presents to 391 2, 30 | she consent with her will, which is controlled by her free 392 2, 31 | be perseverance, without which no man arrives at his end. ~ 393 2, 31 | of her three powers. Of which I told you above, when you 394 2, 32 | Because He was the Fountain which contained Me, the Giver 395 2, 33 | The general method by which every rational creature 396 2, 33 | return to the three steps, which you must climb in order 397 2, 33 | to the Living Water, to which you are invited, and to 398 2, 33 | you. For in this way, in which you should follow, I am 399 2, 33 | to carry the vessel with which he may get the water, and 400 2, 33 | of Me, he turns to that which is naught, because I am 401 2, 33 | your neighbor as yourself, which two are the beginning, the 402 2, 33 | into the ineffable love, which I have shown you by means 403 2, 33 | light of the intellect, which is, through Christ crucified, 404 2, 33 | after the way of Truth, in which way he finds the Fountain 405 2, 33 | of his neighbor, without which thirst he would not be able 406 2, 33 | sweet Divine love, with which he arrives at the Fountain 407 2, 35 | given by Me to Moses, by which law they who committed sin 408 2, 36 | oneself in servile fear, which is the state of imperfection, 409 2, 36 | state of imperfection, by which is meant the first step 410 2, 36 | arrives at the second step, which is the state of perfection. ~ 411 2, 36 | climbing the three steps, which is the truth. There are 412 2, 36 | having seen the punishment which follows her sin, climbs; 413 2, 36 | intellect to see the punishment which she expects to receive for 414 2, 36 | the powers of the soul, which should be exercised by the 415 2, 36 | of the eye of holy faith, which looks, not only at the punishment 416 2, 36 | of virtue, and the love which I bear to the soul, so that 417 2, 37 | the delight and pleasure which they find in Me, is imperfect. 418 2, 37 | withdrawal of the consolations which they found in Me, and the 419 2, 37 | love for their neighbor, which grows weak by degrees, and 420 2, 37 | with true humility, for which purpose I treat them thus, 421 2, 37 | for their sanctification, which is the good and the end 422 2, 37 | the good and the end for which I created them. My creatures 423 2, 37 | My only-begotten Son, in which they are washed from their 424 2, 37 | the same imperfect love which they gave to Me, that is 425 2, 37 | at first imperfect, from which imperfection she must advance 426 2, 37 | with the same love, with which they love Me, so that, if 427 2, 37 | advance by the virtuous love, which he bears to his master, 428 2, 38 | Of the way in which GOD manifests Himself to 429 2, 38 | and shown in the Blood, which He spilled with such fire 430 2, 38 | many and diverse benefits which they receive from Me. The 431 2, 38 | second mode of manifestation, which is developed from the first, 432 2, 38 | sentiment of the soul, by which they taste, know, prove, 433 2, 38 | precise degree of perfection which she seeks in Me. Sometimes 434 2, 38 | true and royal virtues, which are founded on the pure 435 2, 39 | separate from each other, on which account He also made the 436 2, 39 | thing with Me, and that which He had, He had from Me, 437 2, 40 | the secret of the Heart, which is the second of the three 438 2, 40 | the three states, through which the soul passes. Before 439 2, 40 | is a necessary stage, by which he must pass, who would 440 2, 40 | includes that of a friend, which is why I told you that a 441 2, 40 | is nourished by humility, which results from the knowledge 442 2, 40 | cellar of self-knowledge in which he will learn My mercy, 443 2, 40 | coming of the Holy Spirit, which My Truth had promised them. 444 2, 40 | consideration of My mercy, in which contemplation, she finds 445 2, 40 | and with His own clemency, which proceeds from Me the Father, 446 2, 40 | Myself from her by sentiment, which I do in order to humiliate 447 2, 40 | second of the three things of which I told you, that is to say: 448 2, 40 | but her sanctification, which is certified to her in the 449 2, 40 | the prayer of holy desire, which is a continued prayer, and 450 2, 40 | also with actual prayer, which she practices at the appointed 451 2, 41 | man carry away the vessel which he has filled at the fountain 452 2, 41 | with the same love with which I love you. This indeed 453 2, 41 | being loved. All the love which you have for Me you owe 454 2, 41 | you cannot repay the love which I require of you, and I 455 2, 41 | you may do to them that which you cannot do to Me, that 456 2, 41 | I count as done to Me, which My Truth showed forth when 457 2, 41 | with the same love with which you love Me, that you must 458 2, 41 | every perfection. After which I return into her with more 459 2, 41 | proportion to the degree in which she refers to grace the 460 2, 41 | Blood of Christ crucified, which she has found on her journey 461 3, 1 | Of the means which the soul takes to arrive 462 3, 1 | and also from the desire, which she has, of arriving at 463 3, 1 | the exercise of prayer, which is a weapon with which the 464 3, 1 | which is a weapon with which the soul can defend herself 465 3, 2 | and a vision is related which this devout soul once received. ~ 466 3, 2 | abundance of My charity, which was made visible to you, 467 3, 2 | it to you with His blood! Which Blood inebriates the soul 468 3, 2 | the food of the Sacrament [which is placed in the tavern 469 3, 2 | Blood. This is that tavern, which I mentioned to you, standing 470 3, 2 | with the affection of love, which is to be tasted in the Blood 471 3, 2 | to be tasted in the Blood which, as the soul sees, was shed 472 3, 2 | merely vocal recitation, which the soul is not required 473 3, 2 | bears but little fruit, which pleases Me but little. But 474 3, 2 | also through the despair which would come to her, because 475 3, 2 | the subtle devices with which the Devil deludes My servants, 476 3, 2 | followed My will, you did that which was your duty, which My 477 3, 2 | that which was your duty, which My goodness (which is never 478 3, 2 | duty, which My goodness (which is never withheld from him 479 3, 2 | rather than abandon that which she had begun. She should 480 3, 2 | resume the vocal prayers which she had resolved to say, 481 3, 2 | were not the Divine office which clerics and religious are 482 3, 2 | the affection of charity, which they taste by means of holy 483 3, 2 | according to the affection with which they pray. They who proceed 484 3, 2 | according to the state in which I have placed her. Each 485 3, 2 | does not replace a prayer which one should make oneself 486 3, 2 | the affection of charity, which charity is itself continual 487 3, 2 | proportion to the pleasure which she finds in My service." ~ 488 3, 3 | Of the method by which the soul separates herself 489 3, 3 | and attains to perfection, which she does after she has attained 490 3, 3 | House of Self-Knowledge, which knowledge of self requires 491 3, 3 | will draw patience, with which she will become strong against 492 3, 3 | in reality come from Me, which is what My sweet servant 493 3, 4 | Of the signs by which the soul knows she has arrived 494 3, 4 | the fire of charity, in which charity, while still remaining 495 3, 4 | participating in My power; with which power and virtues she overrules 496 3, 4 | sensitive passions, and through which charity she participates 497 3, 4 | the wisdom of My Son, in which she sees and knows, with 498 3, 4 | and deceit of the devil, which he practices on those souls 499 3, 4 | and, through this charity, which is of the Holy Spirit, she 500 3, 4 | give birth to those virtues which she has conceived through


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