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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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   Chapter, Paragraph
1 1, 1| effect of love, that the soul becomes another Himself. That this 2 1, 6| his neighbor, by which he becomes a brute beast full of stench, 3 1, 6| injustice and cruelty and becomes a retailer of the flesh 4 1, 7| one so placed in the soul becomes the principal object of 5 2, 1| suffering; wherefore she becomes odious and displeasing to 6 2, 12| It, that every bitterness becomes sweet, and every burden 7 2, 25| so the body in that union becomes immortal, and, having lost 8 2, 27| of the Devil, straightway becomes a knife, with which he strikes 9 2, 30| agrees with the will, it becomes one thing with it. And I 10 2, 40| wish to show you how a man becomes a friend and how, from a 11 2, 41| drink of it, the vessel becomes empty, but if he keep his 12 3, 2| On seeing this the soul becomes inebriated, and blazes with 13 3, 10| will is not their own, but becomes one with Mine, they cannot 14 3, 14| second stage of union which becomes the third (and final) stage. 15 3, 19| fails into trouble, and becomes tedious and insupportable 16 3, 20| is to Me, the purer she becomes, and the further she is 17 3, 24| It is true that the soul becomes more or less lighted according 18 3, 28| does not correct others, becomes like a limb which putrefies, 19 4, 6| great, to poor and rich, and becomes the servant of all, never 20 4, 9| His Eternal Father, so she becomes inebriated with the love


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