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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| finds them, in the condemned cell or in the hospital ward. 2 1, 1 | virtues, remaining in the cell of self-knowledge, in order 3 4, 6 | breadth of his charity. Of his cell he makes a heaven, delighting 4 4, 6 | thoughts come crowding into his cell, he does not sit down on 5 4, 6 | order, dwelling thus in his cell as has been said, and avoiding 6 4, 6 | necessities of his body. His cell is full of the odor of poverty, 7 4, 8 | sensual pleasure, you fly your cell as if it were a prison, 8 4, 8 | for you have abandoned the cell of self-knowledge, and thus 9 4, 8 | remain in your material cell. You will not appear in 10 4, 9 | in the refectory, or his cell? By obedience, with the 11 4, 10 | that you never leave the cell of self-knowledge, but in 12 4, 10 | self-knowledge, but in this cell preserve and spend the treasure


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