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fatiguing 1
fattening 1
fattens 1
fault 19
faults 6
favor 3
favored 3
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19 down
19 draw
19 enter
19 fault
19 feels
19 hell
19 hold
St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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fault

   Chapter, Paragraph
1 1, 3 | insufficient to punish one smallest fault, because the offense, being 2 1, 4 | way, pains satisfy for the fault, by the sweet and intimate 3 1, 7 | not sufficient to punish a fault. ~ 4 2, 3 | Good. The more serious the fault is in such a case, the less 5 2, 4 | the consequence of her own fault. Wherefore, as a man more 6 2, 5 | In this way the original fault of Adam was able still to 7 2, 5 | constrain him to one smallest fault without his free consent. 8 2, 6 | they lose, through their fault, but not their natural existence. 9 2, 12 | deed is rewarded, and every fault is punished. The tongue 10 2, 15 | they are fallen by their fault, from which cause, they 11 2, 21 | know and grieve for her fault, not on account of the pain 12 2, 22 | to the gravity of their fault. Out of these four torments 13 2, 26 | themselves, by their own fault, sunk into the depths of 14 2, 36 | expects to receive for her fault, and her will to move her 15 2, 36 | to move her to hate that fault. And let us consider this 16 3, 16 | leaves of that most miserable fault, because the heart from 17 3, 23 | ignorance or negligence; for a fault of yours would be more serious 18 3, 28 | to the graveness of the fault. And, in order to correct 19 Lette, 0| particular, said: "It is my fault, oh eternal Trinity, that


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