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owes 1
own 217
pace 2
pacific 13
pagan 4
pages 3
paid 3
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13 object
13 observed
13 obtained
13 pacific
13 passing
13 paul
13 pupil
St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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pacific

   Chapter, Paragraph
1 2, 26| they pass to enter the Sea Pacific. It is the contrary for 2 2, 32| also in Me, who am the Sea Pacific, because I am one thing 3 2, 33| finding himself in Me, the Sea Pacific." ~ 4 3, 8| themselves in Me, the Sea Pacific, raised from imperfection, 5 3, 14| she reposes in Me, the Sea Pacific, and her heart is united 6 3, 14| stormy ocean to Me, the Sea Pacific, and in that Sea, which 7 3, 20| must enter into Me, the Sea Pacific. ~ 8 3, 26| the soul in Me -- the Sea Pacific. In that soul grace dwells, 9 3, 30| she reaches Me, the Sea Pacific. For sea and door are united 10 3, 32| issuing from You, the Sea Pacific. Thanks, thanks to You, 11 4, 9| her heart in Me, the Sea Pacific. There are many whose obedience 12 4, 9| contains itself. So I, the Sea Pacific, am He who alone can comprehend 13 4, 11| Eternal Trinity, the Sea Pacific. The water of the sea is


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