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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| s task is not over when he has disinterred facts and 2 Intro, 0| into the character that he attempts to delineate, will 3 Intro, 0| Triumphant, "You cannot do it," he was in the tradition of 4 Intro, 0| revelation. In particular he was held to be exempt from 5 Intro, 0| power that dwelt within him; he was often accepted by the 6 Intro, 0| Pope had to hear her out. He did so; proclaimed her complete 7 Intro, 0| the Divine Child Himself. He would be a morose pedant 8 Intro, 0| paying no heed to his calls, he returned and pulled her 9 Intro, 0| to the French king went, he might have remained Archbishop 10 Intro, 0| to the end of his days. He accepted for his relations 11 Intro, 0| costly presents from Philip; he placed the papal authority 12 Intro, 0| or the energy with which he restored ecclesiastical 13 Intro, 0| his by hereditary right. He had the defects as well 14 Intro, 0| limitations of human nature. Thus he counsels St. Augustine, 15 Intro, 0| these ancient survivals. He ruled that the celebration 16 Intro, 0| but the spirit in which he pursued them excludes him 17 1, 1 | to have meant this, when He said: To him who will love 18 1, 1 | will I manifest Myself; and he shall be one thing with 19 1, 1 | intellect, the love which He had for His servants, but 20 1, 1 | that among other things, He used to say: "Open the eye 21 1, 2 | Father of her soul, in which he explained to her the penalties 22 1, 3 | Himself her desire, doing as He did in the Old Testament, 23 1, 3 | order to chastise a son when he offends; though it is true 24 1, 3 | Paul explained this when he said: If I had the tongues 25 1, 4 | and in no other way can he learn. Then the soul will 26 1, 4 | accept them, inasmuch as I am He who give them this love 27 1, 4 | hands of his free will, he has covered his heart, as 28 1, 4 | of his hardness of heart, he can use his free will while 29 1, 4 | use his free will while he has time, praying for the 30 1, 4 | heart and shiver it, and he will receive the imprint 31 1, 4 | been paid for him. But, if he delays until the time be 32 1, 4 | until the time be past, he has no remedy, because he 33 1, 4 | he has no remedy, because he has not used the dowry which 34 1, 4 | truth, affection, so that he should love Me, the Eternal 35 1, 4 | the Eternal Truth, whom he would have known through 36 1, 4 | the devil, the devil, if he choose, has a right to seize 37 1, 4 | seize on everything that he has acquired in this life. 38 1, 4 | servants), with these miseries, he has obscured his intellect 39 1, 4 | a man measures to Me, do he receive in himself the measure 40 1, 5 | grief and pain, wherefore he that grows in love grows 41 1, 6 | likewise, every defect; he, therefore, who stands in 42 1, 6 | according to the need in which he may be, at least with your 43 1, 6 | does himself an injury; for he cuts off from himself grace, 44 1, 6 | of the sweet desires that he is bound to offer for him 45 1, 6 | every act of help that he performs should proceed 46 1, 6 | proceed from the charity which he has through love of Me. 47 1, 6 | of his neighbor, for, if he do not love Me, he cannot 48 1, 6 | for, if he do not love Me, he cannot be in charity with 49 1, 6 | no good, it follows that he must do evil. To whom does 50 1, 6 | must do evil. To whom does he evil? First of all to himself, 51 1, 6 | count done to Me that which he does to himself. To himself 52 1, 6 | does to himself. To himself he does the injury of sin, 53 1, 6 | grace, and worse than this he cannot do to his neighbor. 54 1, 6 | do to his neighbor. Him he injures in not paying him 55 1, 6 | paying him the debt, which he owes him, of love, with 56 1, 6 | him, of love, with which he ought to help him by means 57 1, 6 | passion of self-love; and he (a man not loving God) does 58 1, 6 | does not do this, because he has no love towards his 59 1, 6 | neighbor; and, by not doing it, he does him, as you see, a 60 1, 6 | see, a special injury. And he does him evil, not only 61 1, 6 | doing him the good that he might do him, but by doing 62 1, 6 | affection of love which he ought to have towards Me, 63 1, 6 | has been said. And, after he has conceived, he brings 64 1, 6 | after he has conceived, he brings forth one sin after 65 1, 6 | Sometimes it is seen that he brings forth cruelty, and 66 1, 6 | of grace, and so cruel is he that he reminds neither 67 1, 6 | and so cruel is he that he reminds neither himself 68 1, 6 | of vice. Being thus cruel he may wish to extend his cruelty 69 1, 6 | towards his neighbors, for he makes himself an instrument 70 1, 6 | it of all mercy, unless he turn to kindness and benevolence 71 1, 6 | of his neighbor, by which he becomes a brute beast full 72 1, 6 | stench, and in this case he does not poison one only, 73 1, 6 | self to be greater than he; and in this way is injury 74 1, 6 | a position of authority, he produces also injustice 75 1, 7 | Whether man will or no, he cannot help making an act 76 1, 7 | and the law observed. For he, only, can be of use in 77 1, 8 | service, the love which he has towards Me. ~ 78 1, 8 | patience on his neighbor, when he receives injuries from him. ~ 79 1, 8 | Similarly, he proves his humility on a 80 1, 8 | and proves it in the love he feels for his neighbor. 81 1, 8 | feels for his neighbor. For, he sees that the infidel is 82 1, 8 | infidel is unfaithful, because he is without hope in Me, and 83 1, 8 | and in My servant, because he does not love Me, placing 84 1, 8 | sensuality, which is all that he loves. My faithful servant 85 1, 8 | does not leave him because he does not faithfully love 86 1, 8 | faithfully love Me, or because he does not constantly seek, 87 1, 8 | his salvation, inasmuch as he sees clearly the causes 88 2, 1 | prelate, or a servant, if he have this virtue, everything 89 2, 1 | virtue, everything that he does to his neighbor is 90 2, 3 | wished to show you that he who merely calls on me with 91 2, 3 | something for You,' and he, who desires for My sake 92 2, 3 | glorious Paul, taught you when he said in his epistle, that 93 2, 3 | no one should judge that he has greater perfection, 94 2, 3 | greater perfection, because he performs great penances, 95 2, 3 | slaying of his body, than he who does less, inasmuch 96 2, 3 | consists therein; for otherwise he would be in an evil case, 97 2, 3 | Paul's counsel to you when he says that charity ought 98 2, 4 | that, with such sweetness, He had deigned to reply to 99 2, 4 | sees spots on his face when he looks in a mirror, so, the 100 2, 4 | Your benefits, by which he participates in the power 101 2, 4 | Father; and intellect that he might know, seeing Your 102 2, 4 | only-begotten Son; and will, that he might love that which his 103 2, 4 | destined him to be such that he might taste and enjoy Your 104 2, 4 | therefore that through his sin he lost this dignity in which 105 2, 4 | great rebellion into which he had fallen, there should 106 2, 4 | Mediator between us and You. He was our Justice, for He 107 2, 4 | He was our Justice, for He took on Himself all our 108 2, 5 | minister do harm to him to whom he gives the Blood, but to 109 2, 5 | the Blood, but to himself he does the harm of guilt, 110 2, 5 | followed by punishment, unless he correct himself with contrition 111 2, 5 | disposition and defect inasmuch as he has befouled his mind and 112 2, 5 | himself and his neighbor. He has used cruelty to himself, 113 2, 5 | fruit of the Blood which he had received in Holy Baptism, 114 2, 5 | of the Blood, which stain he drew from his origin, when 115 2, 5 | drew from his origin, when he was generated by his father 116 2, 5 | satisfy it, for, even if he had satisfied to a certain 117 2, 5 | satisfied to a certain extent, he could only have satisfied 118 2, 5 | clay of Adam, in order that He might endure suffering in 119 2, 5 | death of the Cross, and so He satisfied My justice and 120 2, 5 | Son, cured this invalid, He drinking this bitter medicine, 121 2, 5 | to endure its bitterness. He was man's foster-mother, 122 2, 5 | without his free consent. He has been redeemed from slavery, 123 2, 5 | made free in order that he might govern his own sensuality, 124 2, 5 | obtain the end for which he was created. Oh, miserable 125 2, 5 | this great benefit which he has received from Me! A 126 2, 6 | taken away. It is right that he who receives more should 127 2, 6 | obligations to Him from whom he receives more. ~ 128 2, 6 | similitude; for which reason, he was bound to render Me glory, 129 2, 6 | to render Me glory, but he deprived Me of it, and wished 130 2, 6 | give it to himself. Thus he came to transgress My obedience 131 2, 6 | and, in his affliction, he feels himself being consumed 132 2, 6 | conscience, though, in truth, he is not consumed, because 133 2, 7 | similitude, in order that he might have Eternal Life, 134 2, 7 | been obedient to him, had he remained in the state in 135 2, 7 | which I had placed him. He, not remaining therein, 136 2, 7 | and body. And, as soon as he had sinned, a tempestuous 137 2, 7 | to Me, and how ignorant he is, not to take the remedy 138 2, 10 | retains the great bitterness He tasted, when He was given 139 2, 10 | bitterness He tasted, when He was given gall and vinegar 140 2, 10 | I say consumed, because He does not love you for His 141 2, 10 | be of no profit to Him, He being one and the same thing 142 2, 10 | that, being lifted on high, He was not lifted out of the 143 2, 10 | lifted on high, wherefore He said, -- 'Si exaltatus fuero 144 2, 10 | I sent Him in order that He should be lifted on high 145 2, 10 | life of grace; wherefore He drew everything to Himself 146 2, 10 | that, being lifted on high, He would draw all things to 147 2, 11 | to the travelers; and how he who goes over the Bridge 148 2, 11 | Bridge goes to life, while he who goes under It goes to 149 2, 11 | whom I have spoken to you, He, who was Himself the Bridge, 150 2, 11 | footsteps of His doctrine. He has built a wall of the 151 2, 11 | rain of Divine justice, for he is sheltered by the mercy 152 2, 11 | all must enter, wherefore He says: 'I am the Way, the 153 2, 11 | the Truth, and the Life, he who follows Me does not 154 2, 11 | indeed it is. Therefore He says of Himself that He 155 2, 11 | He says of Himself that He is the Road, and this is 156 2, 11 | have already shown you that He is a Road in the form of 157 2, 11 | form of the Bridge. And He says that He is the Truth, 158 2, 11 | Bridge. And He says that He is the Truth, and so He 159 2, 11 | He is the Truth, and so He is, because He is united 160 2, 11 | Truth, and so He is, because He is united with Me who am 161 2, 11 | Me who am the Truth, and he who follows Him, walks in 162 2, 11 | Truth, and in Life, because he who follows this Truth receives 163 2, 11 | in the darkness, because He is light without any falsehood. 164 2, 11 | falsehood. And, with that Truth, He confounded and destroyed 165 2, 11 | told to Eve, with which he broke up the road to Heaven, 166 2, 11 | But he, who walks not on this road, 167 2, 11 | although it seems to him that he stands still and the creatures 168 2, 11 | still and the creatures that he loves pass by, and yet he 169 2, 11 | he loves pass by, and yet he is passing himself continually 170 2, 11 | his journey -- death! And he would gladly retain himself ( 171 2, 11 | life, and the things that he loves), but he does not 172 2, 11 | things that he loves), but he does not succeed, either, 173 2, 11 | through death, by which he has to leave them, or through 174 2, 12 | to every man according as he deserves. Wherefore every 175 2, 12 | for, even in this life, he tastes and participates 176 2, 12 | for him in eternal life. He, therefore, is a fool indeed, 177 2, 12 | And thus, you see that He is the Truth, made in the 178 2, 13 | stand here any longer, for He is seated at the right hand 179 2, 13 | hand of the Father!' When He, then, had thus ascended 180 2, 13 | essence of the Holy Spirit. He is one thing with Me, the 181 2, 13 | Father, and with My Son. And He built up the road of the 182 2, 13 | this Bridge. For first, He practiced this doctrine 183 2, 13 | rather than by words; for He practiced, first Himself, 184 2, 13 | practiced, first Himself, what He afterwards taught you, then 185 2, 13 | that every person may, if he will, be illuminated to 186 2, 13 | to know the Truth, unless he choose to deprive his reason 187 2, 13 | deed amongst men, and when He, the living Bridge, left 188 2, 13 | so that, in this road, he may recognize the truth, 189 2, 13 | and through His doctrine, He is the Way, the Truth, and 190 2, 13 | of Heaven. This is what He meant when He said, 'I came 191 2, 13 | This is what He meant when He said, 'I came from the Father, 192 2, 13 | and attain to life.' Then He says, 'I will return to 193 2, 13 | is called the Paraclete, He will show you more clearly, 194 2, 13 | that I have given you.' He said that He would return, 195 2, 13 | given you.' He said that He would return, and He did 196 2, 13 | that He would return, and He did return, because the 197 2, 13 | See then how He returns, not in actual flesh 198 2, 13 | For in His bodily presence He will not return until the 199 2, 13 | last Day of Judgment, when He will come again with My 200 2, 15 | body lives), asks My help, he can have it, but never can 201 2, 15 | can have it, but never can he help himself; he has become 202 2, 15 | never can he help himself; he has become insupportable 203 2, 15 | a tree of death, because he has not drawn life from 204 2, 17 | thing with his tongue, while he has another in his heart, 205 2, 19 | Son, the glorious Bridge, He drawing you from out of 206 2, 19 | confound pride. By His death He destroyed every vice, so 207 2, 19 | I said that of His Body He had made an anvil. All the 208 2, 19 | was meant by My Truth when He said: 'I will send the Paraclete, 209 2, 20 | Man wants My succor when he comes out of the river, 210 2, 22 | not know well how horrible he is, because, by Divine justice, 211 2, 22 | because, by Divine justice, he appears more horrible to 212 2, 23 | world with Divine Power, He will not come like a poor 213 2, 23 | like a poor one, as when He was born, coming in the 214 2, 23 | satisfy for your guilt. He will not come thus in that 215 2, 23 | in that last moment, but He will come, with power, to 216 2, 23 | His face changes, because He is unchangeable, being one 217 2, 23 | Divine Majesty, with which He will come to judge the world, 218 2, 24 | demonstrated to you when he begged the favor that Lazarus 219 2, 24 | pains. This, certainly, he did not do out of love or 220 2, 24 | compassion for his brothers, for he was deprived of love and 221 2, 24 | virtue. But why then did he do it? He did it because 222 2, 24 | But why then did he do it? He did it because he was the 223 2, 24 | do it? He did it because he was the eldest, and had 224 2, 24 | the same miseries in which he had lived, so that he was 225 2, 24 | which he had lived, so that he was the cause of their damnation, 226 2, 24 | of their damnation, and he saw pain increased to himself, 227 2, 25 | will dwell in Him, because He is one thing with Me. But 228 2, 25 | is not in His Face, when He comes to judge with My Divine 229 2, 25 | judged by Him. To the damned He will appear with hatred 230 2, 26 | worldly substance which he loved disordinately, and 231 2, 26 | to the Father but by Me.' He is the Door and the Way 232 2, 27 | becomes a knife, with which he strikes you and slays you. 233 2, 27 | of the Devil, that is, if he do not consent to his temptations 234 2, 27 | temptations and molestations, he will never be injured by 235 2, 27 | pains and vexations which he would flee; and he knows 236 2, 27 | which he would flee; and he knows Me in his will, which 237 2, 27 | yield to these thoughts. And he has seen that My love permits 238 2, 27 | contrary. You see, then, that he is my Minister to torture 239 2, 27 | prove virtue in you (for he has not love), but rather 240 2, 27 | deprive you of it, and this he cannot do, if you do not 241 2, 27 | that is, to that which he has, and, blinding them 242 2, 27 | conditions of the world, he catches them with the hook 243 2, 27 | because in no other way could he catch them, for they would 244 2, 27 | some benefit or good; and he gives to everyone according 245 2, 27 | principal vices to which he sees him to be most disposed -- 246 2, 27 | the other; but as soon as he, with hatred and displeasure 247 2, 27 | follow Christ crucified,' he breaks at once the thorn, 248 2, 30 | Word Incarnate, meant, when He said: 'When there are two 249 2, 32 | particular, by My Truth, when He cried in the Temple, saying: ' 250 2, 32 | Fountain of the Water of Life.' He did not say 'Go to the Father 251 2, 32 | the Father and drink,' but He said 'Come to Me.' He spoke 252 2, 32 | but He said 'Come to Me.' He spoke thus, because in Me, 253 2, 32 | forth thorns. And why did He say 'Let him come to Me 254 2, 32 | one thing with Him, and He with Me. So that you are 255 2, 32 | only-begotten Son. And why did He say: 'I am the Fountain 256 2, 32 | of Living Water'? Because He was the Fountain which contained 257 2, 32 | the human nature. Why did He say 'Come to Me and drink'? 258 2, 32 | to Me except by Him, as He told you in the words: ' 259 2, 33 | him come to Me and drink.' He who has no thirst will not 260 2, 33 | to stop, or pleasure, and he does not care to carry the 261 2, 33 | carry the vessel with which he may get the water, and neither 262 2, 33 | water, and neither does he care for the company, and 263 2, 33 | for the company, and alone he cannot go, and he turns 264 2, 33 | alone he cannot go, and he turns back at the smallest 265 2, 33 | prick of persecution, for he loves it not. He is afraid 266 2, 33 | persecution, for he loves it not. He is afraid because he is 267 2, 33 | not. He is afraid because he is alone; were he accompanied 268 2, 33 | because he is alone; were he accompanied he would not 269 2, 33 | alone; were he accompanied he would not fear, and had 270 2, 33 | would not fear, and had he ascended the three steps 271 2, 33 | ascended the three steps he would not have been alone, 272 2, 33 | indifferent trifle, for he who is wrapped up in self-love 273 2, 33 | Why is he solitary? Because he is 274 2, 33 | is he solitary? Because he is separated from My grace 275 2, 33 | by sin, deprived of Me, he turns to that which is naught, 276 2, 33 | is naught, because I am He that is. So that he who 277 2, 33 | I am He that is. So that he who is solitary, that is, 278 2, 33 | is not acceptable to Me. He says then: 'If there be 279 2, 33 | thirst is spent and dead, and he then proceeds securely without 280 2, 33 | transitory things, or, if he will still hold them, he 281 2, 33 | he will still hold them, he does so according to My 282 2, 33 | fear, and love of virtue. He then finds that he has attained 283 2, 33 | virtue. He then finds that he has attained to the second 284 2, 33 | I shown My love to man. He finds peace and quiet, because 285 2, 33 | climbed the three steps, he finds that the three powers 286 2, 33 | midst of her. Wherefore then he follows on with anxious 287 2, 33 | way of Truth, in which way he finds the Fountain of the 288 2, 33 | neighbor, without which thirst he would not be able to arrive 289 2, 33 | arrive at the Fountain. He walks on, carrying the vessel 290 2, 33 | Divine love, with which he arrives at the Fountain 291 2, 35 | but to fulfill it.' And He united the law of fear with 292 2, 35 | was taken away, that is, he who offended was no longer 293 2, 35 | time for mercy, but when he is dead comes the time of 294 2, 35 | comes the time of justice. He ought, then, to arise from 295 2, 37 | the time of trouble came, he failed, and so disgraceful 296 2, 37 | fall, that, not only could he not bear any pain himself, 297 2, 37 | the virtuous love, which he bears to his master, as 298 2, 37 | Truth said in these words: 'He who loves Me shall be one 299 2, 38 | shown in the Blood, which He spilled with such fire of 300 2, 39 | truly My Word spoke, when He said: 'He who loves Me shall 301 2, 39 | Word spoke, when He said: 'He who loves Me shall be one 302 2, 39 | manifest Myself to you,' He said the truth, because, 303 2, 39 | in manifesting Himself, He manifested Me, and, in manifesting 304 2, 39 | and, in manifesting Me, He manifested Himself. But 305 2, 39 | manifested Himself. But why did He not say, 'I will manifest 306 2, 39 | particular. First, because He wished to show that He and 307 2, 39 | because He wished to show that He and I are not separate from 308 2, 39 | other, on which account He also made the following 309 2, 39 | reply to S. Philip, when he said to Him, 'Show us the 310 2, 39 | the Father sees Me.' This He said because He was one 311 2, 39 | Me.' This He said because He was one thing with Me, and 312 2, 39 | with Me, and that which He had, He had from Me, I having 313 2, 39 | and that which He had, He had from Me, I having nothing 314 2, 39 | from Him; wherefore, again, He said to Judas, 'My doctrine 315 2, 39 | Him, though I with Him and He with Me are but one thing. 316 2, 39 | one thing. For this reason He did not say 'I will manifest 317 2, 39 | manifesting Himself to you, He did not present to you anything 318 2, 39 | present to you anything He had not received from Me, 319 2, 39 | flesh of your humanity. He manifested Me to you. Therefore 320 2, 39 | you. Therefore it was that He did not say 'I will manifest 321 2, 39 | manifest Myself to you,' as if He should say, 'According as 322 2, 39 | manifestation of Himself, He manifests Me.' Now therefore 323 2, 39 | therefore you understand why He did not say 'I will manifest 324 2, 39 | mortal body, and because He is one thing with Me." ~ 325 2, 40 | with the foot of affection, he has reached the secret of 326 2, 40 | and how, from a friend, he grows into a son, attaining 327 2, 40 | and how a man may know if he has become a friend. And 328 2, 40 | exercise and perseverance, he arrives at the love of delight, 329 2, 40 | necessary stage, by which he must pass, who would attain 330 2, 40 | into a son. What means does he take to arrive thereat? 331 2, 40 | self-knowledge in which he will learn My mercy, in 332 2, 40 | Truth showed you this when He said to the disciples 'I 333 2, 40 | Everything that He said was said primarily, 334 2, 40 | who should come after. He said 'I will go and will 335 2, 40 | returned upon the disciples, He also returned, as I told 336 2, 41 | carry away the vessel which he has filled at the fountain 337 2, 41 | vessel becomes empty, but if he keep his vessel standing 338 2, 41 | standing in the fountain, while he drinks, it always remains 339 2, 41 | Truth showed forth when He said to Paul, My persecutor -- ' 340 2, 41 | persecute you Me?' This He said, judging that Paul 341 2, 41 | return his love, or when he sees the beloved one's conversation 342 2, 41 | another loved more than he. In these and in many other 343 2, 41 | the Fountain of all love, he took the vessel out of the 344 3, 1 | occupied in prayer. This he does in order that holy 345 3, 1 | except your vocal prayers.' He acts thus in order that, 346 3, 2 | of the recipient, whether he receives sacramentally or 347 3, 2 | sacramentally or virtually. He receives sacramentally when 348 3, 2 | receives sacramentally when he actually communicates with 349 3, 2 | with the Blessed Sacrament. He receives virtually when 350 3, 2 | receives virtually when he communicates, both by desire 351 3, 2 | round to the opposite side, he endeavored to inflate you 352 3, 2 | holy will, and whatever he may contribute, by words 353 3, 2 | Paul said, in the words, 'He who ceases not to work ceases 354 3, 3 | servant S. Gregory meant, when he said that a holy and pure 355 3, 4 | deceit of the devil, which he practices on those souls 356 3, 5 | Your heart divided?' And He replied to you, telling 357 3, 5 | the principal part of what He said I will tell you. He 358 3, 5 | He said I will tell you. He said: Because My desire 359 3, 5 | fragility of man, through which he offends, not that he is 360 3, 5 | which he offends, not that he is obliged, through his 361 3, 5 | infirmity, to commit sin unless he wish to do so; but, falling, 362 3, 5 | do so; but, falling, as he will, into the guilt of 363 3, 5 | of mortal sin, by which he loses the grace which he 364 3, 5 | he loses the grace which he drew from Holy Baptism in 365 3, 5 | the hope of receiving it, he puts off confessing until 366 3, 5 | extremity of death, when he may not be able to do so. 367 3, 6 | goods of the world that he may the more abundantly 368 3, 8 | thing with My Truth, and He, the Word Incarnate with 369 3, 9 | the glory of the blessed, he desired to be loosened from 370 3, 9 | height of the Trinity, where he tasted and knew My Truth, 371 3, 9 | with the fire of charity. He became a vessel, disposed 372 3, 9 | true contrition, by which he extirpated his defects, 373 3, 11 | Aquinas saw Me, wherefore he acquired the light of much 374 3, 11 | everyone receives according as he is capable or disposed to 375 3, 11 | this light according as he needed it for his salvation 376 3, 11 | disciples, to show that He was not a breaker of laws: ' 377 3, 11 | one can only offer what he has himself, and, because 378 3, 11 | to you, that, from what he says, the Scriptures offer 379 3, 11 | earnest-money of damnation, if he yield to it." ~ 380 3, 12 | as herself) in order that He should do mercy to the world. 381 3, 14 | glory of My Name, because he has been loved by Me. ~ 382 3, 14 | in no perfection, because He was one thing with Me, and 383 3, 16 | infidelity, and the persecutions he directed against the Christians, 384 3, 16 | whatever state a man may be, he should never stop doing 385 3, 16 | So if a man be a thief, he robs Me of honor, and takes 386 3, 16 | rational creatures, when he does not yet know himself. 387 3, 16 | And, for an action which he may see, or for a word he 388 3, 16 | he may see, or for a word he may hear, he will judge 389 3, 16 | for a word he may hear, he will judge the affection 390 3, 16 | and not beneath them, and he cannot be satisfied or content 391 3, 16 | satisfy him, and, because he is deprived of this satisfaction 392 3, 16 | satisfaction by his guilt, he remains in continual torment 393 3, 16 | Weeping follows pain, and when he begins to weep the wind 394 3, 16 | tree of self-love, which he has made the principle of 395 3, 17 | to this question -- 'I am He who takes delight in few 396 3, 17 | I be right to judge that he who does the greater penance 397 3, 18 | by it, but in order that he should prove and increase 398 3, 18 | love virtue and hate vice; he who loves vice and hates 399 3, 18 | one walks as if blind, for he knows not the cause of vice, 400 3, 18 | sensual self-love, nor does he hate himself on account 401 3, 18 | himself on account of it; he is ignorant of vice and 402 3, 18 | the evil which follows it: he is ignorant of virtue and 403 3, 18 | obtaining life-giving virtue; he is ignorant of his own dignity, 404 3, 18 | of his own dignity, which he should maintain by advancing 405 3, 19 | are capable of growth, and he who does not go forward, 406 3, 20 | became enamored of her when He saw her, gives the soul 407 3, 20 | inflamed with this desire, He ran, with great eagerness, 408 3, 20 | the people. But all this He passed through like the 409 3, 20 | Captain and Knight that He was, whom I had placed on 410 3, 20 | the Father, if not by Him; He is the Way and the Door 411 3, 20 | in everything, nor does he make himself judge of My 412 3, 20 | manner of holiness which he sees, saying: 'Thanks be 413 3, 20 | House many mansions.' And he rejoices more in the different 414 3, 20 | different ways of holiness which he sees, than if he were to 415 3, 20 | holiness which he sees, than if he were to see all traveling 416 3, 20 | road, because, in this way, he perceives the greatness 417 3, 20 | case of good, but even when he sees something evidently 418 3, 20 | something evidently sinful, he does not fall into judgment, 419 3, 20 | servants, esteeming that he who acts thus does so as 420 3, 21 | man, in virtue of which he expects one day to receive 421 3, 21 | through the certitude which he has of reaching the completion 422 3, 23 | fail you, and every man, if he be humble, shall receive 423 3, 23 | shall receive that which he is fit to receive; and every 424 3, 23 | own way, according to what he has received and will receive 425 3, 24 | whose Body is a Sun, because He is one thing with Me, the 426 3, 24 | Sun, in such a way that He cannot be separated or divided 427 3, 24 | God and all man, because He is one thing with Me and 428 3, 24 | or from Him, the Son; for He is one thing with us, the 429 3, 24 | nevertheless you would judge that he whose candle weighs an ounce 430 3, 24 | has less of the light than he whose candle weighs a pound. 431 3, 24 | holy desire, with which he receives this Sacrament, 432 3, 24 | yourselves to receive it. He who should go to this sweet 433 3, 24 | grace therefrom, though he actually receive the whole 434 3, 24 | mystical Body, the holy Church, He is administered to whoever 435 3, 24 | whoever will receive Him. He remains wholly with Me, 436 3, 25 | eyes above his head while he was saying the words of 437 3, 28 | of the life of grace, and he who is in grace has illuminated 438 3, 28 | it, and, in that light, he knows the misery and the 439 3, 28 | self-love, on which account he hates it, and thereby receives 440 3, 28 | follows his intellect, and he receives the color of this 441 3, 28 | are one thing; wherefore he cannot, as I have said to 442 3, 28 | the most holy faith, which he made in word and in deed, 443 3, 28 | sheep, having willed that He should give His life for 444 3, 28 | without holy justice, because he who is not corrected, and 445 3, 28 | alone, without reproof, he would never cure him, but 446 3, 28 | the same pastor. But if he were a physician, good and 447 3, 28 | glorious pastors of old, he would not give salving ointment 448 3, 28 | obstinate in his evil doing, he would cut him off from the 449 3, 28 | congregation in order that he corrupt not the other members 450 3, 28 | fear not to correct, for he who does not desire lordship 451 3, 28 | will reprove manfully, and he whose conscience does not 452 3, 28 | not in himself, is that he does not fear with a servile 453 3, 28 | consider not that I alone am He who provides all things 454 3, 28 | regard the fact that I am He who is, and they are they 455 3, 28 | his labor will be vain, if he thinks by his labor or solicitude 456 3, 28 | Sylvester feared not when he stood before the Emperor 457 3, 28 | crowd, but with lively faith he believed that I being for 458 3, 28 | accompanied they feared nothing. He only who feels himself to 459 3, 28 | every little thing, because he alone is without Me who 460 3, 29 | however ragged and filthy he might be, through love of 461 3, 29 | love of his master that he should be cleansed from 462 3, 30 | accuse such a man, because he saw through its deceptions 463 3, 30 | not accuse him, because he bound sensuality like a 464 3, 30 | The will of his senses he slew with hatred and dislike 465 3, 30 | and with love of virtue. He has entirely lost all tenderness 466 3, 30 | virtue and holy thoughts, he gave his delighted love, 467 3, 30 | vice and wicked thoughts, he gave hatred and displeasure. 468 3, 30 | and the hand of free- will he struck his enemies; so that 469 3, 30 | his past virtues, because he neither can nor will hope 470 3, 30 | only in the Blood in which he has found mercy; and as 471 3, 30 | has found mercy; and as he lived in the memory of that 472 3, 30 | that Blood, so in death he is inebriated and drowned 473 3, 30 | Because during his life he conquered their malice with 474 3, 30 | knew more of My Truth, and he who knows more loves Me 475 3, 30 | more loves Me more, and he who loves Me more receives 476 3, 30 | yes it is possible that he may attain to it, but an 477 3, 30 | praise to My Name, because he refers to Me the grace of 478 3, 30 | conscience, and with himself he is indignant, deeming himself 479 3, 30 | affection of love according as he has measured to Me." ~ 480 3, 31 | it; and so greatly does he freshen the sting of conscience 481 3, 31 | and sensuality of which he made lords over his reason, 482 3, 31 | miserably, because then he knows the truth of that 483 3, 31 | truth of that which at first he knew not, and his error 484 3, 31 | In his life he lived unfaithfully to Me -- 485 3, 31 | interest, and that as a debtor he would have to render an 486 3, 31 | render an account to Me; now he finds himself denuded and 487 3, 31 | virtue, and on whichever side he turns he hears nothing but 488 3, 31 | whichever side he turns he hears nothing but reproaches 489 3, 31 | confusion. His injustice which he practiced in his life accuses 490 3, 31 | his conscience, wherefore he dares not ask other than 491 3, 31 | you cannot truly say that he who strikes Me with the 492 3, 31 | presumption taken away, so that he offends no more, there remains 493 3, 31 | mercy, and with this mercy he can, if he will, take hold 494 3, 31 | with this mercy he can, if he will, take hold on hope. 495 3, 31 | man fall into this sin, he does not repent, and does 496 3, 31 | his offense against Me as he should, grieving indeed 497 3, 31 | done to Me, and therefore he receives eternal damnation. 498 3, 31 | leads him to hell, where he is punished for this and 499 3, 31 | all the other sins which he has committed; whereas had 500 3, 31 | has committed; whereas had he grieved and repented for


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