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vital 1
vitality 1
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vocal 19
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vocation 1
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19 sweetness
19 tastes
19 turn
19 vocal
19 wishing
18 about
18 aforesaid
St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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vocal

   Chapter, Paragraph
1 3, 1| attend to nothing except your vocal prayers.' He acts thus in 2 3, 2| how the soul proceeds from vocal to mental prayer, and a 3 3, 2| attention and love in merely vocal recitation, which the soul 4 3, 2| the soul should abandon vocal prayer, since it does not 5 3, 2| nevertheless continue in vocal prayer, while she is yet 6 3, 2| But she should not say her vocal prayers without joining 7 3, 2| of My goodness, and then vocal prayer will be of use to 8 3, 2| she will arrive, from the vocal imperfect prayer, exercised 9 3, 2| completing her tale, and, for vocal abandons mental prayer, 10 3, 2| you, she should abandon vocal prayer; then, My visitation 11 3, 2| time, she can resume the vocal prayers which she had resolved 12 3, 2| But, in any other case, vocal prayer should be immediately 13 3, 2| abandoned for the said cause. Vocal prayer, made in the way 14 3, 2| exercise together mental and vocal prayer, for, even as the 15 3, 2| one, so are they. Although vocal or mental prayer can be 16 3, 2| of holy desire, wherefore vocal prayer will be made at the 17 3, 2| perseverance, and by leaving vocal prayer for mental when I 18 3, 2| common prayer, that is, of vocal prayer in general, made 19 4, 6| is impossible, he recites vocal prayers, or busies himself


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