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20 perfectly
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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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offense

   Chapter, Paragraph
1 1, 2| and in what a tempest of offense against God it lay. And 2 1, 3| smallest fault, because the offense, being done to Me, who am 3 1, 6| daughter, grieve for the offense against Me, and weep over 4 2, 3| should be saved through offense done to Me, who am the Infinite 5 2, 6| the greater will be the offense they fall into, and therefore, 6 2, 12| bitterness of soul at the offense done to Me, and in compassion 7 2, 21| on account of pain at her offense against Me, who am Supreme 8 2, 21| offer it to Me, for the offense they have done Me. And they 9 2, 22| in Me, nor grieve for the offense done to Me, but only for 10 3, 10| offending Me. This vision of My offense is the torture which such 11 3, 14| being disordinate and an offense to Me, receives the meed 12 3, 14| guilt on account of the offense thereby done to Me, abandons 13 3, 14| grieving solely for My offense and her neighbor's loss, 14 3, 20| dearest daughter, never take offense from those they love, nor 15 3, 21| In herself, through the offense done to Me by the law of 16 3, 21| spirit, and in others by the offense of her neighbor. She has 17 3, 31| not truly grieve for his offense against Me as he should, 18 3, 31| own loss, but not for the offense done to Me, and therefore 19 3, 31| grieved and repented for the offense done to Me, and hoped in 20 3, 32| very great sorrow at Your offense and the harm done to the


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