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pedant 1
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penalties 1
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penance 28
penances 3
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20 mystical
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20 perfectly
20 root
20 self
St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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penalty

   Chapter, Paragraph
1 1, 3| that both the guilt and the penalty can be expiated by the desire 2 1, 3| which deserved an infinite penalty, although their works are 3 1, 4| both for the guilt and the penalty in oneself and in others; 4 1, 4| guilt only, and not the penalty. ~ 5 1, 4| will I remit both guilt and penalty, since they will thus come 6 1, 4| pray, satisfaction for the penalty due to them, but, only for 7 1, 4| others, remission of the penalty, but only of the guilt; 8 1, 4| guilt, but also for the penalty which follows the guilt, 9 1, 4| love to satisfy for the penalty also, they go to the pains 10 2, 35| committed sin suffered the penalty of it. The new law is the 11 2, 35| imperfection of the fear of the penalty, and the perfection of holy 12 2, 35| abundance of mercy, the penalty of the sins committed by 13 2, 40| to weep from fear of the penalty, whence she rises to the 14 3, 2| and obliged to say under penalty of offending Me, for, they 15 3, 11| and replacing the fear of penalty by holy fear. And, therefore, 16 3, 11| taking away the fear of penalty, and founding it in love 17 3, 14| weeping for fear of the penalty they have incurred. ~ 18 3, 14| with a hearty grief for the penalty which follows the sin committed, 19 3, 14| s loss, and not for any penalty or loss due to herself; 20 4, 10| this I explained that no penalty inflicted in finite time


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