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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| we, who are not Germans, have come to take a more critical 2 Intro, 0| matter. The Germans, too, have had disciples of other nations, 3 Intro, 0| for their occurrence, we have to depend in great measure 4 Intro, 0| rival. The lion could hardly have been caught in such meshes 5 Intro, 0| theological controversies, have difficulty in realizing. 6 Intro, 0| ministers of justice seem to have a special joy in hurrying 7 Intro, 0| logic of her theory might have required it, the hierarchical 8 Intro, 0| character just as nowadays we have the millionaire or the philanthropist. 9 Intro, 0| Christians, was conceived to have his own special relations 10 Intro, 0| the state of Europe might have been very different today; 11 Intro, 0| logic appears, for once, to have been justified, at perilous 12 Intro, 0| Virginis. The town seems to have descended as a bride from 13 Intro, 0| possible home, if home they can have on earth, of the glorified 14 Intro, 0| Siena. More than 500 years have passed since the daughter 15 Intro, 0| thirteen only appear to have grown up. This large family 16 Intro, 0| those servants of Christ who have borne His yoke from the 17 Intro, 0| passing, and would certainly have continued to stand there 18 Intro, 0| Few individuals perhaps have ever led so active a life 19 Intro, 0| led so active a life or have succeeded in leaving so 20 Intro, 0| Christian bishops who would have disgraced Islam that their 21 Intro, 0| Captivity, as it was called, may have seemed, at the time when 22 Intro, 0| French king went, he might have remained Archbishop of Bordeaux 23 Intro, 0| An anti-Pope who should have rallied to his allegiance 24 Intro, 0| elements of schism would have been a dangerous rival to 25 Intro, 0| penniless fisherman should have his place among the princes 26 Intro, 0| world, by what seems to have been the inevitable force 27 Intro, 0| few men whom their fellows have named both Saint and Great, 28 Intro, 0| many-colored threads that have at any time attached his 29 Intro, 0| and rightly; but if they have nothing but this to offer 30 Intro, 0| few guides of humanity who have the perfect manner, the 31 Intro, 0| mystics tell us so much, have been accomplished in her, 32 Intro, 0| in her, Nature and Grace have lain down together, and 33 Intro, 0| The great mystics have usually taken as their starting-point 34 Intro, 0| Saint. In the Dialogo we have a great saint, one of the 35 Intro, 0| as to the translation. I have almost always followed the 36 Intro, 0| Dialogo. Once or twice I have preferred the cinquecento 37 Intro, 0| phrase. In such cases I have occasionally taken the liberty 38 1, 1 | Himself. Christ would seem to have meant this, when He said: 39 1, 1 | among the beauties which I have given to the soul, creating 40 1, 1 | Myself, inasmuch as they have lost and denied their own 41 1, 3 | these, inasmuch as they have infinite desire, that is, 42 1, 3 | my body to be burned, and have not love, it would be worth 43 1, 4 | I have shown you, dearest daughter, 44 1, 4 | virtue, my daughter, can have life in itself except through 45 1, 4 | derived from Me, since I have loved both you and others 46 1, 4 | re-create you to Grace, I have washed you, and re-created 47 1, 4 | and My other servants who have learnt My truth in this 48 1, 4 | and affection which you have to Me, and I will give to 49 1, 4 | contrition for the sins they have committed, but with imperfect 50 1, 4 | contrition, wherefore they have not, as others, remission 51 1, 4 | that, by that way which I have told you, that is, by the 52 1, 4 | charity, wherefore, if they have trouble, they receive it 53 1, 4 | Eternal Truth, whom he would have known through the use of 54 1, 4 | This is the dowry which I have given you all, and which 55 1, 4 | stench, inasmuch as they have not satisfied for their 56 1, 4 | guilt. Now, therefore, you have understood how suffering 57 1, 4 | finite pain; and such as have this contrition in perfection 58 1, 4 | follows the guilt, as I have already said when speaking 59 1, 4 | they receive grace, and have not sufficient contrition 60 1, 4 | father of your soul, whom I have given you on earth. Bear 61 1, 5 | knowledge of the truth, since I have already told you that, by 62 1, 6 | with your goodwill if you have nothing else. A man therefore, 63 1, 6 | of love which he ought to have towards Me, and his neighbor, 64 1, 6 | positive acts of sin, as I have related to you. It is, therefore, 65 1, 7 | I have told you how all sins are 66 1, 7 | soul knows herself, as we have said above, she finds humility 67 1, 7 | knowing that, by My grace, I have drawn her out of darkness 68 1, 7 | This is the means which I have given you, that you may 69 1, 7 | desire of the donor, as I have shown above, when I declared 70 1, 7 | the various graces which I have entrusted to her to administer; 71 1, 7 | neighbor; but, although I have given them in such a different 72 1, 7 | that it is impossible to have one, without having them 73 1, 7 | life of man; all these I have given indifferently, and 74 1, 7 | given indifferently, and I have not placed them all in one 75 1, 7 | that man should, perforce, have material for love of his 76 1, 7 | his fellow. I could easily have created men possessed of 77 1, 7 | but I wish that one should have need of the other, and that 78 1, 7 | and the gifts that they have received from Me. Whether 79 1, 7 | concerned. See then, that I have made men My ministers, and 80 1, 8 | Up to the present, I have taught you how a man may 81 1, 8 | upon the neighbor, as I have said to you; and, if fortitude 82 2, 1 | virtues of the soul, as I have told you. They not only 83 2, 1 | knowledge which the soul should have of herself and of Me, and 84 2, 1 | from self-knowledge. And I have already said to you, that 85 2, 1 | which she sees herself to have merited, knowing that she 86 2, 1 | discretion. For, when they have rendered what is due to 87 2, 1 | prelate, or a servant, if he have this virtue, everything 88 2, 2 | and, that if this soul have not in very truth the divine 89 2, 2 | is contained in Me, who have neither beginning nor end, 90 2, 2 | and beginning, but would have its beginning in knowledge 91 2, 2 | discretion, in the way that I have already told you, from the 92 2, 3 | the other virtues, which I have mentioned to you above, 93 2, 3 | mouth, is no more, unless it have issued with affection of 94 2, 3 | finite operation, which I have called a word, should be 95 2, 3 | proceeds from love, as I have told you) gives to the neighbor 96 2, 3 | so that her neighbor may have the life of grace, and giving 97 2, 3 | a restricted love, as I have said, not doing herself 98 2, 3 | prove them, which virtues have been at first conceived 99 2, 3 | their fruit on him. Thus have I shown you, that, if virtue 100 2, 3 | time of trial, it would not have been truly conceived; for, 101 2, 3 | truly conceived; for, I have already told you, that perfect 102 2, 3 | and in particular, as I have said to you before, so I 103 2, 4 | Supreme Strength, it would not have been possible for her to 104 2, 4 | been possible for her to have lived any longer. This soul 105 2, 4 | by my wretched self, who have so much offended You, and 106 2, 4 | For what is it to me if I have life, and Your people death, 107 2, 4 | by Your grace, that You have mercy on Your people, and 108 2, 4 | are Your image, and You have become ours, by this union 109 2, 4 | by this union which You have accomplished with man, veiling 110 2, 4 | Wherefore, You, O God, have become man, and man has 111 2, 5 | certain extent, he could only have satisfied for himself, and 112 2, 6 | daughter, that, although I have re-created and restored 113 2, 6 | only-begotten Son, as I have said, men are not grateful, 114 2, 6 | account of the graces which I have given them, and continue 115 2, 6 | not attribute what they have received to grace, but seem 116 2, 6 | severely, now that they have received redemption in the 117 2, 6 | My Son, than they would have been before that redemption 118 2, 6 | through his being which I have given him, creating him 119 2, 6 | This is the debt which they have incurred -- that is to say, 120 2, 6 | the Blood, by which they have been procreated to grace. 121 2, 6 | and genuine virtue, as I have said to you above, and if 122 2, 6 | ask for death and cannot have it, for they cannot lose 123 2, 6 | become My enemies, though I have reconciled them, by means 124 2, 6 | see, therefore, that you have bound Me with this bond 125 2, 6 | Me with this bond which I have given you, because I wished 126 2, 7 | Wherefore I have told you that I have made 127 2, 7 | Wherefore I have told you that I have made a Bridge of My Word, 128 2, 7 | way in which they ought to have, as they did not participate 129 2, 7 | fulfilled. This truth is that I have created man to My own image 130 2, 7 | in order that he might have Eternal Life, and might 131 2, 7 | man, whereas they would have been obedient to him, had 132 2, 7 | remedy your great evils, I have given you the Bridge of 133 2, 7 | take the remedy which I have offered, but to be willing 134 2, 8 | constitutes the union which I have made with man. ~ 135 2, 8 | gave out a stench, as I have said to you above. It was, 136 2, 8 | in order that you should have life, that My Son should 137 2, 8 | life, that My Son should have made you this Bridge, unless 138 2, 9 | yet You are our God who have no heed of us, Your greatness 139 2, 9 | I am the thief and You have been punished for me. For 140 2, 9 | the Cross, of which You have made me a Bridge, as You 141 2, 9 | made me a Bridge, as You have shown me, Your miserable 142 2, 10 | and said: "First, as I have shown you that for which 143 2, 10 | nature of this Bridge. I have told you, My daughter, that 144 2, 10 | through the union which I have made with man, whom I formed 145 2, 10 | affection of love, as I have said, it is drawn together 146 2, 10 | should be lifted on high, and have steps, in order that it 147 2, 11 | Son, My Word, of whom I have spoken to you, He, who was 148 2, 11 | and from Him all virtues have their life. Wherefore no 149 2, 11 | life. Wherefore no one can have the virtue given by a life 150 2, 11 | this is the truth, and I have already shown you that He 151 2, 11 | way without drowning; thus have come to pass the sins, and 152 2, 11 | So then you see, that I have shown you both Truth and 153 2, 12 | Eternal Good. Truly then have you reason for grief, and 154 2, 12 | thus offend Me. Now you have seen and heard about this 155 2, 12 | Bridge, how it is, and this I have told you in order to explain 156 2, 12 | made in the way that I have shown you, that is -- by 157 2, 13 | did not for that reason have the earth. ~ 158 2, 13 | This much I have said to you in order that 159 2, 13 | His doctrine, of which I have spoken to you, confirmed 160 2, 13 | with a perfect light, as I have said to you, and, as they 161 2, 13 | with proof, since they have proved in their own cases, 162 2, 13 | the way of truth, that I have given you.' He said that 163 2, 13 | flesh and blood, but, as I have said, building the road 164 2, 13 | Now I have fully shown to you the Bridge 165 2, 13 | same thing with it. And I have shown it to the ignorant, 166 2, 13 | those who teach it; and I have explained that they are 167 2, 13 | And I have shown how My Son, returning 168 2, 13 | upon the disciples, as I have said. For in His bodily 169 2, 13 | eternal death to those who have lived wickedly in the world. ~ 170 2, 14 | do not remember that you have ever offended Me.' Oh, ineffable 171 2, 14 | temper Justice. By Mercy You have washed us in the Blood, 172 2, 14 | that we, weak ones, should have comfort, and the ignorant 173 2, 15 | Dearest daughter, you have spoken before Me of My mercy, 174 2, 15 | an infinite thing. But I have wished that you should taste 175 2, 15 | dignity of man, which I have shown you above, so that 176 2, 15 | from which cause, they have first become weak, and this 177 2, 15 | And, as a corpse which can have no feeling or movement of 178 2, 15 | lives), asks My help, he can have it, but never can he help 179 2, 15 | is nothing, and such men have become the servants and 180 2, 15 | servants and slaves of sin. I have made them trees of love 181 2, 15 | in Holy Baptism; and they have become trees of death, because 182 2, 15 | because they are dead, as I have already said to you. Do 183 2, 15 | tree are mortal, for they have drawn their nourishment, 184 2, 15 | nourishment, which should have been humility, from the 185 2, 16 | sensuality. Oh, ugly soul, where have you left your dignity? You 186 2, 16 | friends and servants they have become, cannot endure the 187 2, 17 | because in their memory they have not the remembrance of My 188 2, 17 | and does not let the miser have any happiness out of his 189 2, 19 | dignity! From being great you have become small, from a ruler 190 2, 19 | small, from a ruler you have become a slave, and that 191 2, 19 | Sin is nothing. You, then, have become nothing; it has deprived 192 2, 19 | they despise the Blood, and have trampled It under the feet 193 2, 20 | that sweet reproof that I have fixed forever, in the aforesaid 194 2, 20 | them vice and virtue. And I have made them see the fruit 195 2, 20 | by one thing or another, have been tormented. Which torments 196 2, 20 | do not amend while they have time, they will be condemned 197 2, 20 | who are dead to grace, and have reached the moment of your 198 2, 20 | Holy Baptism (and which you have blown out with the wind 199 2, 21 | great evil. But if the soul have light to know and grieve 200 2, 21 | false judgment, which is to have held their sin to be greater 201 2, 21 | Me, for the offense they have done Me. And they do the 202 2, 21 | tormented, as together they have offended Me. Tormented, 203 2, 21 | appointed to torment those who have done evil." ~ 204 2, 22 | that in Hell, the souls have four principal torments, 205 2, 22 | by their own sin, they have made themselves worthy of 206 2, 22 | With all this that you have seen, even you do not know 207 2, 22 | fourth torment that they have is the fire. This fire burns 208 2, 22 | But I, by Divine justice, have permitted the fire to burn 209 2, 22 | only for their own pain, have they thus so miserably received 210 2, 23 | Day of Judgment. Already I have told you of two, and now, 211 2, 24 | merit, having lost, as they have, the time to do so. If they 212 2, 24 | especially the pains of those who have been the cause of damnation 213 2, 24 | salvation, because, as I have already told you, the damned 214 2, 25 | participating in that good that I have in Myself, everyone according 215 2, 25 | of love, with which they have come to Me, is it measured 216 2, 25 | measured to them. Because they have lived in love of Me and 217 2, 25 | bonds of love. And they have a special participation 218 2, 25 | the life everlasting, they have not lost their love, but 219 2, 25 | not lost their love, but have it still, participating 220 2, 25 | you should think that they have this particular good, of 221 2, 25 | particular good, of which I have told you, for themselves 222 2, 25 | because it is full, but they have an exultation, a mirthfulness, 223 2, 25 | the knowledge that they have found in that soul. They 224 2, 25 | love of the neighbor, they have not left it behind, but, 225 2, 25 | not resist My mercy. They have a desire too, to regain 226 2, 25 | them, because, though they have it not yet fulfilled, no 227 2, 25 | Oh, how much delight they have in seeing Me, who am every 228 2, 25 | how much delight they will have in being with the glorified 229 2, 25 | the general Judgment, they have not, on that account, pain, 230 2, 25 | satisfied in herself, and, as I have told you, the body will 231 2, 25 | exult in His wounds, which have remained fresh, and the 232 2, 25 | in that good which they have brought with them, that 233 2, 26 | I have told you of the dignity 234 2, 26 | Son, and which they should have done for their neighbor, 235 2, 26 | see the mercy that they have received from Me, their 236 2, 26 | Lamb, the pains that they have borne remaining as ornaments 237 2, 26 | toils, in the way that I have told you. ~ 238 2, 26 | sign of the wickedness they have committed, with pain and 239 2, 26 | the contrary for those who have kept the Way of the Lie, 240 2, 26 | perceive it, because they have lost the light of faith. 241 2, 27 | to torment the souls who have miserably offended Me. And 242 2, 27 | miserably offended Me. And I have set him in this life to 243 2, 27 | may come to him, because I have made My creatures strong, 244 2, 27 | My creatures strong, and have given them strength of will, 245 2, 27 | themselves feeble, when I have made them strong, and in 246 2, 27 | Devil. As the righteous, who have lived in charity and died 247 2, 27 | and died in love, if they have lived perfectly in virtue, 248 2, 27 | comes, see the good which I have prepared for them, and embrace 249 2, 27 | eternal life before they have left the mortal body, that 250 2, 27 | from the body. Others who have passed their lives, and 251 2, 27 | passed their lives, and have arrived at the last extremity 252 2, 27 | every one their place, as I have told you, and they taste 253 2, 27 | I have told you that the Devil 254 2, 27 | delights, colored so as to have the appearance of some benefit 255 2, 27 | different conditions. I have told you this, because I 256 2, 27 | life, when you prayed Me to have mercy on the world, and 257 2, 27 | who wants to come to Me. I have shown them the Truth, making 258 2, 27 | Myself visible to them, and I have shown them what it is to 259 2, 27 | I have shown you how they are deceived 260 2, 27 | holy desire. And this I have shown you under the figure 261 2, 28 | do not. And as, so far, I have shown you the damnation 262 2, 28 | together with My goodness, and have told you how they are deceived 263 2, 28 | Pain of mind and of body have those, of whom I have narrated 264 2, 28 | body have those, of whom I have narrated to you, who, in 265 2, 28 | wherefore desiring Me, they have Me, and taste Me without 266 2, 28 | without any revolt, for they have left the burden of the body, 267 2, 28 | will is fulfilled, for they have that which they desired 268 2, 28 | that which they desired to have, and so are they satisfied. 269 2, 28 | seeing and knowing Me, as I have told you. In this life then, 270 2, 28 | the above, with which I have told you they will be satisfied. ~ 271 2, 28 | But how have they the earnest money in 272 2, 28 | life? I reply to you, they have it in seeing My goodness 273 2, 28 | because as I told you, they have known My Supreme Goodness, 274 2, 30 | sees how, through mercy, I have lent her time and drawn 275 2, 30 | I have already told you that the 276 2, 30 | cut it off from Me; you have also in you the law of perversity, 277 2, 30 | against the Spirit. You have, then, two parts in you -- 278 2, 30 | And this is the truth. I have already told you that no 279 2, 31 | I have explained to you the figure 280 2, 31 | virtue, and if you would have eternal death, you must 281 2, 32 | Now you have seen to what way you should 282 2, 33 | your souls. In order to have desire to mount the steps, 283 2, 33 | mount the steps, you must have thirst, because only those 284 2, 33 | three steps he would not have been alone, and would, therefore, 285 2, 33 | alone, and would, therefore, have been secure. You must then 286 2, 33 | been secure. You must then have thirst and gather yourselves 287 2, 33 | ineffable love, which I have shown you by means of My 288 2, 33 | only-begotten Son, whom I have placed as the object of 289 2, 33 | love of Me, for through Him have I shown My love to man. 290 2, 33 | three powers of the soul have been gathered together by 291 2, 35 | Do you see those? They have arisen with servile fear 292 2, 36 | moved by servile fear, and have climbed so far being imperfectly 293 2, 37 | Some there are who have become faithful servants, 294 2, 37 | themselves they are nothing and have no grace, and accordingly 295 2, 37 | Lord, with the words, 'I have never known Him.' The soul 296 2, 37 | some of these of whom I have spoken, but while they remain 297 2, 37 | loved, and where two friends have one soul, there can be no 298 2, 38 | is peculiar to those who have become My friends in the 299 2, 40 | You have now seen how excellent is 300 2, 40 | in the Body of My Son. I have told you what was meant 301 2, 40 | Though she perceives that I have withdrawn Myself, she does 302 2, 41 | And I would have you know that just as every 303 2, 41 | this well, for, if they have received My love sincerely 304 2, 41 | All the love which you have for Me you owe to Me, so 305 2, 41 | I require of you, and I have placed you in the midst 306 3, 2 | paternosters. And when they have once completed their appointed 307 3, 2 | his mother's womb. And I have committed so many sins, 308 3, 2 | committed so many sins, and have hardly begun to know them 309 3, 2 | visitation, in the many ways I have told you, she should abandon 310 3, 2 | made in the way that I have told you, will enable the 311 3, 2 | use it in the way that I have told you. ~ 312 3, 2 | and diverse ways, for I have told you that a holy desire 313 3, 2 | to the state in which I have placed her. Each one, according 314 3, 2 | itself continual prayer. I have now told you how mental 315 3, 2 | when I visit the soul. I have also spoken to you of common 316 3, 3 | Hitherto I have shown you in many ways how 317 3, 4 | it can be seen that souls have arrived at perfect love. 318 3, 4 | Me in self-knowledge as I have told you, receives Me, on 319 3, 4 | of love. The souls, who have thus come forth, have reached 320 3, 4 | who have thus come forth, have reached the fourth state, 321 3, 4 | on their neighbors, they have arrived at the fourth state, 322 3, 5 | As I have told you, these latter have 323 3, 5 | have told you, these latter have issued forth from the house, 324 3, 5 | which is a sign that they have arisen from imperfection 325 3, 5 | suffer pain, but only to have the delight which they find 326 3, 5 | love and burning with it, have gathered together and ascended 327 3, 5 | You want to be struck and have Your heart divided?' And 328 3, 5 | through My Blood, even if they have not been able to have Holy 329 3, 5 | they have not been able to have Holy Baptism, and also in 330 3, 5 | fire, not being able to have Holy Baptism, but desiring 331 3, 5 | this baptism, of which I have been speaking. But let no 332 3, 5 | human generation could not have been restored to grace, 333 3, 5 | come out of My Side. Now I have shown you (said My Truth 334 3, 7 | such as those of whom I have just spoken, are placed 335 3, 7 | love, and I, Eternal Truth, have placed them as instruments 336 3, 8 | that which it desired to have, before the soul saw Me, 337 3, 8 | affection of love, that I will have mercy on the world. Pain 338 3, 8 | every soul in Eternal Life have desire for the salvation 339 3, 9 | the body, as they do, who have reached the aforesaid third 340 3, 10 | state desires infinitely to have the barren earthly state 341 3, 10 | which such souls always have, and which, with the desire 342 3, 10 | in the desire which they have for death, for oftentimes 343 3, 10 | it possible for them to have virtue without toil they 344 3, 11 | aforesaid unitive state, have the eye of their intellect 345 3, 11 | marrow of it, because they have deprived themselves of the 346 3, 11 | remarkable, because they have of course the natural light 347 3, 11 | science. But because they have lost the supernatural light, 348 3, 11 | soul's salvation. This I have told you, my sweetest daughter, 349 3, 11 | way could she perfectly have done so. Therefore do they 350 3, 13 | and fruits of tears, and I have not despised your desire; 351 3, 13 | of the soul, of which I have told you, concerning the 352 3, 13 | also is their weeping, as I have told you. The fourth are 353 3, 13 | are the tears of those who have arrived at the perfect love 354 3, 14 | form that first class, who have the tears of death, of whom 355 3, 14 | tears of death, of whom I have spoken to you, and will 356 3, 14 | fear of the penalty they have incurred. ~ 357 3, 14 | give her eternal life, as I have already told you when speaking 358 3, 14 | creature spiritually. (I have spoken to you at length 359 3, 14 | whom I made a Bridge, as I have said. Having thus sweetly 360 3, 14 | pain and trouble which I have permitted to be inflicted 361 3, 14 | sake in whatever she may have to suffer. Then the soul 362 3, 14 | which she feels herself to have with Me, tasting the divine 363 3, 14 | object which she sees Me to have loved still more. She further 364 3, 14 | through the medium which I have given her, namely, her neighbor, 365 3, 14 | all serve Me. For, as I have said to you, you can perform 366 3, 14 | same pure love with which I have loved you. That pure love 367 3, 14 | directly to Me, because I have loved you without being 368 3, 14 | which were given you, as I have told you, by My Truth, Christ 369 3, 14 | another stage, for as I have said, you have now reached 370 3, 14 | for as I have said, you have now reached the last, but 371 3, 15 | disciplined in virtue, as I have said to you. You ask how 372 3, 15 | from which they proceed. I have already told you how tears 373 3, 15 | is over and ended, as I have said to you, for the soul 374 3, 15 | would any virtue of yours have any life if you served Me 375 3, 15 | regards their mode, of which I have spoken, namely, of the infinite 376 3, 15 | weeping, for physical tears have evaporated in the furnace, 377 3, 15 | sorrows may cause them. I have now told you the difference 378 3, 16 | you cannot live, for you have been made by Me for love. 379 3, 16 | in which to repent, as I have already said to you in another 380 3, 16 | which I did in love, to have been done in hatred; that 381 3, 16 | which I did in truth to have been done in falsehood; 382 3, 16 | I give them for life, to have been given them for death. 383 3, 16 | weak intellect; for they have blinded the eye of their 384 3, 16 | loss may not occur! For you have all heard and seen how, 385 3, 16 | how, through words alone, have come revolutions of states, 386 3, 16 | and leaves in the way I have told you. These branches 387 3, 16 | desiring that thing which they have to satiety. This is the 388 3, 17 | Your doctrine, of which You have clearly demonstrated to 389 3, 17 | a mind full of darkness; have I the right, O Eternal Father, 390 3, 17 | to me in detail, what You have already said in general 391 3, 17 | matter. The second request I have to make is, that You will 392 3, 18 | the ineffable love which I have towards you and My other 393 3, 18 | concerning these lights, which I have already told you, in spite 394 3, 18 | great detail that which I have already pointed out to you 395 3, 18 | general. You know, as I have told you, that, without 396 3, 18 | the light of faith which I have given you in holy baptism, 397 3, 18 | baptism, though you may have lost it by your own defects. 398 3, 18 | My only-begotten Son, you have received the form of faith; 399 3, 18 | is necessary for you to have two lights derived from 400 3, 18 | Good, or virtue, which I have given you as an instrument 401 3, 19 | Of those who have placed their desire rather 402 3, 19 | general light, of which I have spoken, she should not remain 403 3, 19 | For, if the soul truly have light, she will wish to 404 3, 19 | may be called perfect who have abandoned the general way 405 3, 19 | rebel against their reason, have placed their desire rather 406 3, 19 | of their self-will, as I have explained to you in another 407 3, 19 | happen to them? Because they have placed all their labor and 408 3, 19 | world and of the Devil, as I have narrated to you in speaking 409 3, 19 | their own self-will, which I have already called their spiritual 410 3, 19 | spiritual self-will, 'I wish to have that consolation, and not 411 3, 19 | the perfection to which I have elected the soul. And she 412 3, 20 | with due reverence, as I have mentioned to you when speaking 413 3, 20 | after their trouble. They have known and tasted in the 414 3, 20 | amorous Word, My Son, should have said to you: 'Behold, I 415 3, 20 | said to you: 'Behold, I have made the road, and opened 416 3, 20 | instead of in the way which I have made straight for you by 417 3, 20 | love alone. Such as these have lost themselves, and have 418 3, 20 | have lost themselves, and have stripped themselves of the 419 3, 20 | mortify their own body. They have indeed mortified their body, 420 3, 20 | scandalizes them, for they have cut away that thing by which 421 3, 20 | You, Eternal Father, who have in Your House many mansions.' 422 3, 20 | light and holiness, for they have holy minds, and eat at the 423 3, 20 | desire, and, with the light, have arrived at feeding on the 424 3, 20 | apparent sinners may frequently have a good intention, for no 425 3, 20 | memory the benefits you have received from Me; and with 426 3, 20 | that such as these, who have learnt this doctrine, taste 427 3, 20 | in this life; and, if you have well retained this doctrine, 428 3, 20 | the case about which you have asked Me. ~ 429 3, 21 | Eternal Life, where they have life without death, and 430 3, 21 | far away, and though they have what they desire, disgust 431 3, 21 | perfection of My saints, who have arrived at Me, Eternal Life, 432 3, 21 | These servants of Mine, as I have said to you in another place, 433 3, 22 | Supreme and Eternal Father, have manifested to me Your Truth, 434 3, 22 | You, Perfection and Light, have shown to me perfection, 435 3, 22 | Son. I was dead, and You have brought me to life. I was 436 3, 22 | life. I was sick, and You have given me medicine, and not 437 3, 22 | and our own passions, You have made me know my infirmity. 438 3, 22 | then, Eternal Father, do I have recourse and flee, and I 439 3, 22 | especially for all those whom You have given me, and whom You have 440 3, 22 | have given me, and whom You have made one thing with me, 441 3, 22 | fathers, the supports whom You have placed on the earth to guard 442 3, 22 | in the mysteries that You have placed in their hands, the 443 3, 22 | of the petitions that I have made to You, because I know, 444 3, 22 | gladly hear it, so as to have material for increasing 445 3, 23 | than before, because you have learnt more of My truth; 446 3, 23 | for those friends whom I have given you, whom you love 447 3, 23 | Concerning the supports which I have given you, of whom you spoke 448 3, 23 | every minister, that which I have given him to administer, 449 3, 24 | and the dignity in which I have placed them. And, since 450 3, 24 | virtuously the treasure I have placed in their hands; and, 451 3, 24 | the general love which I have had to My creatures, creating 452 3, 24 | only-begotten Son, whence you have arrived at such excellence, 453 3, 24 | nature; so that in this you have greater dignity and excellence 454 3, 24 | angels. Wherefore, as I have said to you, I, God, have 455 3, 24 | have said to you, I, God, have become man, and man has 456 3, 24 | creatures, but, among these I have especially chosen My ministers 457 3, 24 | administered to you. To them have I given the Sun to administer, 458 3, 24 | God, am that Sun whence have proceeded the Son and the 459 3, 24 | heat of the Holy Spirit, have you received the Light. 460 3, 24 | received the Light. Whom have I entrusted with its administration? ~ 461 3, 24 | Church, so that you may have life, receiving His Body 462 3, 24 | and His Blood in drink. I have said to you that this Body 463 3, 24 | If you have a light, and the whole world 464 3, 24 | can do nothing, though I have given you the material, 465 3, 24 | or receive light, if you have not received in your souls 466 3, 24 | fire; for although you all have one and the same material, 467 3, 24 | change the form of what I have given you, but that you 468 3, 24 | free-will, by using it while you have time, for when time is past 469 3, 24 | Glorious Light, which I have given you as Food for your 470 3, 24 | you receive entire, as I have said (in the example of 471 3, 24 | wholly with Me, and yet you have Him, whole God and whole 472 3, 24 | light from it, each would have it entire, and yet it would 473 3, 25 | consider your sin, fearing to have offended Me through the 474 3, 25 | you by My goodness, as I have said to you. The eye of 475 3, 25 | Ineffable Love, with which I have made her worthy to receive 476 3, 26 | after the accidents of bread have been consumed. I leave you 477 3, 26 | travelers, so that you may have refreshment, and not forget 478 3, 27 | How the things which have been said about the excellence 479 3, 27 | excellence of this Sacrament, have been said that we might 480 3, 27 | I have told you all this, dearest 481 3, 27 | recognize the dignity to which I have called My ministers, so 482 3, 27 | grace and favor which they have received, inasmuch as no 483 3, 27 | them My Christs, because I have given them the office of 484 3, 27 | administering Me to you, and have placed them like fragrant 485 3, 27 | has no such dignity, for I have given it to those men whom 486 3, 27 | given it to those men whom I have chosen for My ministers, 487 3, 27 | My ministers, and whom I have appointed as earthly angels 488 3, 28 | My ministers, of whom I have spoken to you, who are like 489 3, 28 | through ministering the Sun, have become like to It, as I 490 3, 28 | same of these others, who have administered, in the garden 491 3, 28 | the Holy Spirit. With what have they administered it? With 492 3, 28 | light of grace, which they have drawn from this True Light. 493 3, 28 | wherefore a man must either have the light, warmth, and color 494 3, 28 | wherefore he cannot, as I have said to you, have one power 495 3, 28 | as I have said to you, have one power of his soul so 496 3, 28 | Spirit. See, then, that these have taken on them the condition 497 3, 28 | are the Sun, because they have taken the condition of the 498 3, 28 | the position to which I have elected him: Peter with 499 3, 28 | see how much light they have thrown over this spouse, 500 3, 28 | His life for you. These have followed His footsteps,


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