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relief 3
religion 13
religioso 1
religious 24
relish 1
relishes 1
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24 necessary
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24 religious
24 return
24 science
24 states
St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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religious

   Chapter, Paragraph
1 2, 27| secular, of another to the religious, and others to prelates 2 3, 2| office which clerics and religious are bound and obliged to 3 3, 28| world amongst seculars and religious and the clergy and pastors 4 4, 5| of the excellence of the religious orders. ~ 5 4, 5| the defects of any of His religious subjects who may transgress 6 4, 5| that in the days when the religious orders lived virtuously, 7 4, 5| Are not all the other religious orders equally founded on 8 4, 5| principal foundation of the religious orders. Poverty belonged 9 4, 6| disobedient members of the religious orders. ~ 10 4, 6| would enter the ship of a religious order. How should he walk 11 4, 6| enough enter the ship of a religious order, but however he may 12 4, 6| and delicately, not like religious but like nobles, without 13 4, 6| he endeavors to convert religious and seculars by his words 14 4, 7| particular obedience of the religious life. And in addition to 15 4, 8| dwells in the ship of a religious order with so much pain 16 4, 8| the key of obedience of a religious order, living in disobedience, 17 4, 8| three vows, My daughter, a religious comes to ruin, and falls 18 4, 8| aspect is no longer that of a religious but of an incarnate devil, 19 4, 8| his clothes, wearing the religious habit on his body but not 20 4, 8| his arms, than the good religious in the ship, or that he 21 4, 8| does the truly obedient religious; you strive to deceive your 22 4, 8| and quiet. The obedient religious does not think of laying 23 4, 8| gives death, drawing the religious out of the ship of the observance 24 4, 9| fathers, where you read of a religious, who at once obeyed in his


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