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mercy 143
mere 1
merely 5
merit 14
merited 2
meritorious 1
merits 2
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14 here
14 incarnate
14 longer
14 merit
14 nevertheless
14 offended
14 old
St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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merit

   Chapter, Paragraph
1 1, 3| come, receives infinite merit, and satisfies for a guilt 2 2, 3| not only would receive no merit, but would offend Me; thus 3 2, 3| inasmuch as neither virtue nor merit consists therein; for otherwise 4 2, 3| unable to do actual penance. Merit consists in the virtue of 5 2, 24| bound. Wherefore they cannot merit, having lost, as they have, 6 2, 25| act, by which they could merit anything, because in this 7 2, 25| this life alone can they merit and sin, according as they 8 2, 28| perfect patience do they merit, and their labors are rewarded 9 3, 16| grace is not sufficient to merit eternal life, as has been 10 4, 7| increasing many hundredfold in merit; but you always necessarily 11 4, 8| from him the food of the merit of obedience, it gives him 12 4, 9| How God does not reward merit according to the labor of 13 4, 9| does the soul receive her merit, filling the vessel of her 14 4, 9| man does is a source of merit to him. If he eats, obedience


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