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rises 5
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rival 3
river 23
road 47
roads 3
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23 free
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22 beginning
22 brought
St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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river

   Chapter, Paragraph
1 2, 11| under the Bridge, in the river where there are no stones, 2 2, 11| passes continually like the river, although it seems to him 3 2, 12| that is the Bridge and the River, is fatiguing; and of the 4 2, 13| might be saved from the river and attain to life.' Then 5 2, 13| iniquities, drown in the river, attaining to punishment 6 2, 15| of those who pass by the river under the Bridge; and how 7 2, 15| blind, goes groping down the river, and she does not see that 8 2, 20| those who pass through the river in iniquity. This is that 9 2, 20| when he comes out of the river, and walks by the Bridge, 10 2, 26| lower way, that is, by the river, not turning back to see 11 2, 27| deceived who keep by the river, and not by the aforesaid 12 2, 27| drown themselves in the river, and who care for nothing 13 2, 27| tribulations, and because this river flows with tempestuous waters, 14 2, 29| are drowned below in the river. ~ 15 2, 29| affection, go under by the river and arrive at eternal damnation, 16 2, 29| and many who were in the river and had begun to come out, 17 2, 30| want to come out of the river must use, to be able to 18 2, 31| voyagers could come out of the river. There are two goals, and, 19 2, 33| order to issue from the river without drowning, and attain 20 2, 35| falling back again into the river, and reaching the waters 21 2, 36| Bridge or come out of the river without climbing the three 22 3, 14| tell it. Having crossed the river by means of the Eternal 23 3, 32| so that I might shed a river of tears, drawn from the


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