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25 found
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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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poverty

   Chapter, Paragraph
1 2, 28| account, or infirmity, or poverty, or change of worldly condition, 2 3, 28| they embraced voluntary poverty, and sought out vileness 3 3, 28| received their labor and poverty and the light which they 4 3, 30| having lived in voluntary poverty, causes them now with great 5 3, 31| have lived in voluntary poverty. ~ 6 4, 3| fear, riches without any poverty, satiety without disgust, 7 4, 5| virtuously, blossoming with true poverty and fraternal charity, their 8 4, 5| and observed the vow of poverty, each would not have taken 9 4, 5| perfection and order of poverty Francis ordered his ship, 10 4, 5| for spouse, true and holy poverty, whom he had chosen for 11 4, 5| of the religious orders. Poverty belonged especially to My 12 4, 5| his order in love for this poverty, and made it very strict 13 4, 5| deprived of true and voluntary poverty, but having it also. And 14 4, 5| chosen for his spouse Queen Poverty. But for his more immediate 15 4, 5| do nothing else, he chose poverty for them, so that they might 16 4, 5| obedience, continence, and true poverty; he made it a royal ship, 17 4, 5| Church. Francis with the poverty which was specially his 18 4, 6| observing the vow of voluntary poverty, refusing to possess anything, 19 4, 6| obedience, and the and of poverty which they promised to keep. 20 4, 6| so perfectly the vow of poverty that he blames himself for 21 4, 6| cell is full of the odor of poverty, and not of clothes; he 22 4, 6| he observes the vows of poverty, true obedience, and continence, 23 4, 8| order commands voluntary poverty, and he avoids it, possessing 24 4, 8| tree, which are obedience, poverty, and continence, which spring 25 4, 8| to observe their vow of poverty, so that they have nothing


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