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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| the most delicate part of his work begins. History, to 2 Intro, 0| nineteenth century found his opportunity in the anarchy 3 Intro, 0| developing anonymous forces of his time than by the superior 4 Intro, 0| Divine Justice, could not, in his own person, escape its rigors, 5 Intro, 0| day, render an account of his stewardship. Nor did the 6 Intro, 0| the Papal Legate, who, in his confusion, committed the 7 Intro, 0| Christians, was conceived to have his own special relations with 8 Intro, 0| limitations of fallen humanity. His prayers were of certain 9 Intro, 0| sacred responsibilities of his office that they judged 10 Intro, 0| Perugia to bring her before his Holiness for examination. 11 Intro, 0| reverently kissed the hem of his garment, and, being overcome 12 Intro, 0| of the struggles towards his ideal of an Augustine or 13 Intro, 0| of Christ who have borne His yoke from the dawn of their 14 Intro, 0| Premonstratensian, that his infantile sports were joyously 15 Intro, 0| vestments, and wearing on His head a papal tiara; with 16 Intro, 0| fixed on her the eyes of His Majesty, and, with a tender 17 Intro, 0| tender smile, lifted over her His right hand, and, making 18 Intro, 0| left with her the gift of His eternal benediction. The 19 Intro, 0| standing still, continued his way down hill, thinking 20 Intro, 0| distance and paying no heed to his calls, he returned and pulled 21 Intro, 0| returned and pulled her with his hands, saying: 'What are 22 Intro, 0| Christ, in the semblance of His Vicar, may fitly appear 23 Intro, 0| seemed, at the time when his departure from Rome was 24 Intro, 0| Clement's election, so far as his subservience to the French 25 Intro, 0| of Bordeaux to the end of his days. He accepted for his 26 Intro, 0| his days. He accepted for his relations costly presents 27 Intro, 0| placed the papal authority at his service in the gravely suspicious 28 Intro, 0| credit to John XXII. for his genuine zeal in the cause 29 Intro, 0| poco religioso, forgetting his noble charity at the time 30 Intro, 0| anti-Pope who should fortify his position by recourse to 31 Intro, 0| who should have rallied to his allegiance these elements 32 Intro, 0| Avignon, however legitimate his title. Nor was there wanting 33 Intro, 0| Pope were complicated by his temporal preoccupations. 34 Intro, 0| penniless fisherman should have his place among the princes 35 Intro, 0| and greatest of bishops in his day was St. Gregory the 36 Intro, 0| instinct of government was his by hereditary right. He 37 Intro, 0| qualities of the statesman. His theological writings, which 38 Intro, 0| flights of spirituality. His missionary enterprise was 39 Intro, 0| have at any time attached his hopes and fears to the mysterious 40 Intro, 0| In many cases, indeed, his was the only government 41 Intro, 0| right of such donations to his See, large tracts of country, 42 Intro, 0| Gregory successfully defended his Italian property against 43 Intro, 0| which the Pope came to take his place first as the Italian 44 Intro, 0| of the Pope to return to his See, to bring about what 45 Intro, 0| himself -- the freedom of his country and the regeneration 46 Intro, 0| highest achievement of man and his supreme and satisfying beatitude. 47 Intro, 0| worldly man" who loves God for his own pleasure or profit! 48 Intro, 0| Catherine in the last century. His is the latest edition printed 49 1, 1 | the love which He had for His servants, but rather to 50 1, 2 | with God, and knows better His truth, inasmuch as the soul 51 1, 4 | and virtuously follows His virtues, that is, His Footprints. 52 1, 4 | follows His virtues, that is, His Footprints. In this way, 53 1, 4 | which, with the hands of his free will, he has covered 54 1, 4 | free will, he has covered his heart, as it were, with 55 1, 4 | to you, that, in spite of his hardness of heart, he can 56 1, 4 | hardness of heart, he can use his free will while he has time, 57 1, 4 | My Son, and let him with his own hand apply It to the 58 1, 4 | apply It to the diamond over his heart and shiver it, and 59 1, 4 | known through the use of his intellect. This is the dowry 60 1, 4 | this life. And, filling his memory with the delights 61 1, 4 | hatred, and unkindness to his neighbors (being also a 62 1, 4 | miseries, he has obscured his intellect by his disordinate 63 1, 4 | obscured his intellect by his disordinate will. Let such 64 1, 6 | of Me, does an injury to his neighbor, and to himself, 65 1, 6 | and to himself, who is his own chief neighbor, and 66 1, 6 | himself grace, and injures his neighbor, by depriving him 67 1, 6 | also, is done by means of his neighbor, for, if he do 68 1, 6 | cannot be in charity with his neighbor; and thus, all 69 1, 6 | to himself, and then to his neighbor, not against Me, 70 1, 6 | than this he cannot do to his neighbor. Him he injures 71 1, 6 | because he has no love towards his neighbor; and, by not doing 72 1, 6 | to have towards Me, and his neighbor, as has been said. 73 1, 6 | sin after another against his neighbor, according to the 74 1, 6 | diverse ways which may please his perverse sensual will. Sometimes 75 1, 6 | His general cruelty is to see 76 1, 6 | cruel he may wish to extend his cruelty still further, that 77 1, 6 | tempting, according to his power, his fellow-creatures 78 1, 6 | according to his power, his fellow-creatures to abandon 79 1, 6 | this is cruelty towards his neighbors, for he makes 80 1, 6 | prevents a man from helping his neighbor, but causes him 81 1, 6 | times by cheating and fraud, his neighbor being forced to 82 1, 6 | being forced to redeem, to his own loss, his own goods, 83 1, 6 | redeem, to his own loss, his own goods, and often indeed 84 1, 6 | goods, and often indeed his own person. ~ 85 1, 6 | and benevolence towards his neighbor! ~ 86 1, 6 | impurity against the person of his neighbor, by which he becomes 87 1, 6 | the neighbor, and through his medium; in no other way 88 1, 7 | have material for love of his fellow. I could easily have 89 1, 7 | only, can be of use in his state of life, who is bound 90 1, 8 | you how a man may serve his neighbor, and manifest, 91 1, 8 | further, that a man proves his patience on his neighbor, 92 1, 8 | man proves his patience on his neighbor, when he receives 93 1, 8 | Similarly, he proves his humility on a proud man, 94 1, 8 | humility on a proud man, his faith on an infidel, his 95 1, 8 | his faith on an infidel, his true hope on one who despairs, 96 1, 8 | hope on one who despairs, his justice on the unjust, his 97 1, 8 | his justice on the unjust, his kindness on the cruel, his 98 1, 8 | his kindness on the cruel, his gentleness and benignity 99 1, 8 | to Me, do him any harm; his infidelity does not diminish 100 1, 8 | of him who has conceived his faith and hope through love 101 1, 8 | in the love he feels for his neighbor. For, he sees that 102 1, 8 | does not love Me, placing his faith and hope rather in 103 1, 8 | faith and hope rather in his own sensuality, which is 104 1, 8 | seek, with hope in Me, for his salvation, inasmuch as he 105 1, 8 | sees clearly the causes of his infidelity and lack of hope. 106 1, 8 | of it, My servant proves his faith in himself and in 107 1, 8 | faith in himself and in his neighbor, and so, justice 108 1, 8 | bearing and supporting his defects. If you will observe 109 2, 1 | and renders to each man his due. ~ 110 2, 1 | discreetly, renders to each one his due. Chiefly to Me in rendering 111 2, 1 | everything that he does to his neighbor is done discreetly 112 2, 3 | desires for My sake to mortify his body with many penances, 113 2, 3 | with many penances, and not his own will, did not give Me 114 2, 3 | taught you when he said in his epistle, that you should 115 2, 3 | excess to the slaying of his body, than he who does less, 116 2, 3 | the profit and relief of his body. ~ 117 2, 3 | deprives her husband of his fame of paternity. It is 118 2, 4 | ineffable love of God, shown in His great goodness, and, seeing 119 2, 4 | and, seeing the breadth of His charity, that, with such 120 2, 4 | Holy Church, and through His own mercy, which she saw 121 2, 4 | more readily sees spots on his face when he looks in a 122 2, 4 | he might love that which his intellect has seen and known 123 2, 4 | see therefore that through his sin he lost this dignity 124 2, 4 | originally placed him, and by his rebellion against You, fell 125 2, 5 | people, and particularly over His ministers; and touches on 126 2, 5 | God, turning the eye of His mercy towards her, allowing 127 2, 5 | great evil in him, because his evil would not spoil nor 128 2, 5 | the minister, but through his own evil disposition and 129 2, 5 | inasmuch as he has befouled his mind and body with such 130 2, 5 | so cruel to himself and his neighbor. He has used cruelty 131 2, 5 | trampling under the feet of his affection the fruit of the 132 2, 5 | which stain he drew from his origin, when he was generated 133 2, 5 | when he was generated by his father and mother. ~ 134 2, 5 | others, could man satisfy, his sin having been committed 135 2, 5 | had offended, suffering in His body even to the opprobrious 136 2, 5 | not drink on account of his great weakness, like a foster- 137 2, 5 | one smallest fault without his free consent. He has been 138 2, 5 | order that he might govern his own sensuality, and obtain 139 2, 6 | prayers and sufferings of His servants. ~ 140 2, 6 | closely bound to Me through his being which I have given 141 2, 6 | with My humility, destroyed his pride, humiliating the divine 142 2, 6 | afflicts him more, and, in his affliction, he feels himself 143 2, 7 | disobedience of Adam, God made of His Son a Bridge by which man 144 2, 7 | flood, because no one, with his own justice alone, could 145 2, 8 | order that man might come to his true happiness with the 146 2, 10 | which you can arrive at His Side, Which manifests to 147 2, 10 | manifests to you the secret of His Heart, because the soul, 148 2, 10 | commences to taste the love of His Heart, gazing into that 149 2, 10 | He does not love you for His own profit, because you 150 2, 10 | together with all the powers of his soul, that is, with the 151 2, 10 | order to serve Me with all his heart, and with all his 152 2, 10 | his heart, and with all his affection. See, then, that 153 2, 11 | mortar for its building with His Blood. That is, His Blood 154 2, 11 | with His Blood. That is, His Blood was united with the 155 2, 11 | following the footsteps of His doctrine. He has built a 156 2, 11 | and cementing them with His Blood, so that every believer 157 2, 11 | opened? With the key of His Blood; so you see that the 158 2, 11 | walled and roofed with Mercy. His also is the Hostelry in 159 2, 11 | and cemented them with His Blood. Wherefore, those 160 2, 11 | continually to the end of his journey -- death! And he 161 2, 11 | retain himself (that is his life, and the things that 162 2, 13 | wisdom of My Son, and with His own clemency, which is the 163 2, 13 | presence of My Son left you, His doctrine remained, and the 164 2, 13 | doctrine and made the road by His actions, giving you His 165 2, 13 | His actions, giving you His doctrine by example rather 166 2, 13 | tell you that this way of His doctrine, of which I have 167 2, 13 | unless he choose to deprive his reason of light by his inordinate 168 2, 13 | deprive his reason of light by his inordinate self-love. It 169 2, 13 | indeed, the truth that His doctrine is true, and has 170 2, 13 | the Bridge and the road of His doctrine, as has been said, 171 2, 13 | doctrine, as has been said, His doctrine being joined with 172 2, 13 | joined with My power and with His wisdom, and with the clemency 173 2, 13 | both actually and through His doctrine, He is the Way, 174 2, 13 | Son, and the clemency of His own Essence. ~ 175 2, 13 | said, building the road of His doctrine, with His power, 176 2, 13 | road of His doctrine, with His power, which road cannot 177 2, 13 | returned to you, not in His bodily presence, but by 178 2, 13 | bodily presence, but by His power, when the Holy Spirit 179 2, 13 | as I have said. For in His bodily presence He will 180 2, 14 | battle for us, hanging by His arms on the wood of the 181 2, 15 | her, and God continuing His discourse said: "Dearest 182 2, 17 | loves no one except for his own profit. Avarice proceeds 183 2, 17 | with him the thought of his own reputation, and thus 184 2, 17 | which makes a man care for his own reputation, from whence 185 2, 17 | reputation, from whence proceeds his desire to be greater than 186 2, 17 | desire to be greater than his neighbor. It also brings 187 2, 17 | man show one thing with his tongue, while he has another 188 2, 17 | while he has another in his heart, and making him conceal 189 2, 17 | truth and tell lies for his own profit. And it produces 190 2, 17 | have any happiness out of his own or others' good. How 191 2, 18 | begotten Son, and rendered not His due to the Eternal Truth, 192 2, 19 | judged, and with lies did His enemies say: 'This man works 193 2, 19 | Cross to confound pride. By His death He destroyed every 194 2, 19 | above, when I said that of His Body He had made an anvil. 195 2, 20 | himself on the tongues of his servants, that is to say, 196 2, 21 | grave to My Son than was his betrayal of Him. So that 197 2, 22 | because they see him in his own form, which is so horrible 198 2, 22 | that I showed him to you in his own form for a little space 199 2, 23 | with power, to reprove in His Own Person, and will render 200 2, 23 | will render to everyone his due, and there will be no 201 2, 23 | miserable ones who are damned, His aspect will cause such torment 202 2, 23 | with great joy; not that His face changes, because He 203 2, 23 | according to the human nature, His face was unchangeable, after 204 2, 23 | will the condemned ones see His countenance in darkness, 205 2, 24 | that Lazarus might go to his brothers, who were in the 206 2, 24 | the world, to tell them of his pains. This, certainly, 207 2, 24 | of love or compassion for his brothers, for he was deprived 208 2, 25 | Myself, everyone according to his measure, that is that, with 209 2, 25 | their son, or a son seeing his father or his mother in 210 2, 25 | son seeing his father or his mother in Hell, do not trouble 211 2, 25 | resurrection. There, they exult in His wounds, which have remained 212 2, 25 | fresh, and the Scars in His Body are preserved, and 213 2, 25 | transformation is not in His Face, when He comes to judge 214 2, 26 | filth of earth, according to his evil works. The miser with 215 2, 26 | concupiscence; the unjust with his injustice; the envious with 216 2, 26 | with envy; and the hater of his neighbor with hatred. And 217 2, 27 | do not give this knife of his will into the hands of the 218 2, 27 | if he do not consent to his temptations and molestations, 219 2, 27 | fortified by it, when the eye of his intellect is opened to see 220 2, 27 | flee; and he knows Me in his will, which is fortified 221 2, 27 | voluntarily put themselves into his hands), and, arriving at 222 2, 27 | to everyone according to his condition and those principal 223 2, 27 | himself, manfully makes up his mind, saying, 'I wish to 224 2, 30 | regarding with the eye of His mercy, the hunger and desire 225 2, 30 | would be no sin, for man, by his nature, cannot desire anything 226 2, 31 | which no man arrives at his end. ~ 227 2, 32 | Because whoever follows His doctrine, whether in the 228 2, 33 | My grace and the love of his neighbor, and being, by 229 2, 33 | full of My love and that of his neighbor, suddenly finds 230 2, 33 | salvation of souls, and his every other thirst is spent 231 2, 33 | been gathered together by his reason in My Name. And his 232 2, 33 | his reason in My Name. And his soul, having gathered together 233 2, 33 | the Water of Life, through his thirst for My honor and 234 2, 33 | thirst for My honor and his own salvation and that of 235 2, 33 | own salvation and that of his neighbor, without which 236 2, 35 | wherefore while man lives is his time for mercy, but when 237 2, 35 | there is no remedy against his falling back again into 238 2, 36 | arrive at the second step of His Heart." ~ 239 2, 37 | enjoying most pleasantly His sweet conversation, but, 240 2, 37 | and so disgraceful was his fall, that, not only could 241 2, 37 | bear any pain himself, but his terror of the very approach 242 2, 37 | to each man according to his state and his labor; wherefore, 243 2, 37 | according to his state and his labor; wherefore, if these 244 2, 37 | love Me, as a servant does his master, I pay them their 245 2, 37 | has become one thing with his friend, and not to a servant. 246 2, 37 | love, which he bears to his master, as to become a very 247 2, 38 | I satisfy her by placing His wisdom before the eye of 248 2, 39 | Because, by following His doctrine with the affection 249 2, 40 | love of delight, finding his own delight and profit in 250 2, 40 | thereby, a man receives his inheritance from Me, the 251 2, 40 | himself in the extirpation of his perverse self-will, both 252 2, 40 | temporal, hiding himself in his own house, as did Peter, 253 2, 40 | Son, began to weep. Yet his lamentations were imperfect 254 2, 40 | Truth returned to Me, in His humanity, Peter and the 255 2, 40 | thing with Me, and with His own clemency, which proceeds 256 2, 41 | imperfect lover of GOD loves his neighbor also imperfectly, 257 2, 41 | becomes empty, but if he keep his vessel standing in the fountain, 258 2, 41 | that Paul persecuted Him in His faithful. This love must 259 2, 41 | to him that the object of his love does not satisfy or 260 2, 41 | does not satisfy or return his love, or when he sees the 261 2, 41 | ways can it be seen that his neighborly love is still 262 2, 41 | imperfect, and that, though his love was originally drawn 263 2, 41 | drink from it. It is because his love for Me is still imperfect, 264 2, 41 | is still imperfect, that his neighborly love is so weak, 265 2, 41 | based upon the virtue of His Blood, for it is in virtue 266 3, 2 | who showed it to you with His blood! Which Blood inebriates 267 3, 2 | in order to escape from his deceit, and to be pleasing 268 3, 2 | crucified, and bathe myself in His Blood and so shall my iniquities 269 3, 2 | sinned and was sanctified in his mother's womb. And I have 270 3, 2 | Each one, according to his condition, ought to exert 271 3, 2 | towards the salvation of his neighbor, is virtually a 272 3, 4 | Spirit, she participates in His will, fortifying her own 273 3, 5 | that he is obliged, through his fragility and infirmity, 274 3, 5 | so mad as so to arrange his deeds, that, in the hope 275 3, 8 | terminated on the Cross in His painful death, but His love -- 276 3, 8 | in His painful death, but His love -- no. For had the 277 3, 9 | Eternal Life, except that his soul was not separated from 278 3, 9 | soul was not separated from his body, except through this 279 3, 9 | an object for the eyes of his intellect, Christ crucified, 280 3, 9 | him with the garment of His doctrine, binding and fettering 281 3, 9 | by which he extirpated his defects, and founded him 282 3, 10 | keeping by the Bridge of His doctrine, glorying in His 283 3, 10 | His doctrine, glorying in His shame and pains. Inasmuch 284 3, 11 | according as he needed it for his salvation or that of others, 285 3, 11 | himself, and, because of his darkness, it may appear 286 3, 12 | her, and condescending in His benignity to her burning 287 3, 14 | and I with Him, wherefore His soul was blessed through 288 3, 14 | Divine nature. But do you, His pilgrim-members, be ever 289 3, 16 | apostle Paul, who abandoned his infidelity, and the persecutions 290 3, 16 | of this satisfaction by his guilt, he remains in continual 291 3, 16 | made the principle of all his being." ~ 292 3, 17 | devout soul, thanking God for His explanation of the above-mentioned 293 3, 18 | serve Him, turned the eye of His benignity and mercy upon 294 3, 18 | the smallest sin, against his will, but that this law 295 3, 18 | and increase the virtue of his soul, because virtue cannot 296 3, 18 | light, the fragility of his body is a cause of humiliation 297 3, 18 | creature, whatever may be his condition, who wishes to 298 3, 18 | cause of vice, that is, his sensual self-love, nor does 299 3, 18 | Me, who am the cause of his obtaining life-giving virtue; 300 3, 18 | virtue; he is ignorant of his own dignity, which he should 301 3, 18 | virtue. See, therefore, how his ignorance is the cause of 302 3, 18 | ignorance is the cause of all his evil, and how you also need 303 3, 20 | Son, loving and following His doctrine, which is the rule 304 3, 20 | was imposed on Him by Me, His Father, not shunning labors 305 3, 20 | be, and also to teach you His road, His doctrine, and 306 3, 20 | also to teach you His road, His doctrine, and His rule, 307 3, 20 | road, His doctrine, and His rule, so that you might 308 3, 20 | Eternal Life, with the key of His precious Blood, shed with 309 3, 20 | Word, and built up with His Blood. Rise up then, promptly, 310 3, 20 | like one who has placed his all in this light and knowledge, 311 3, 20 | knowledge, and has destroyed his own will, she shuns no labor 312 3, 20 | only-begotten Son, namely His doctrine. These do not lose 313 3, 20 | your neighbor, if you judge his evil will towards you, instead 314 3, 20 | according to the gravity of his contempt, and the hatred 315 3, 20 | contempt, and the hatred which his judgment has conceived against 316 3, 20 | judgment has conceived against his neighbor. ~ 317 3, 21 | expects one day to receive his payment, not through the 318 3, 21 | reaching the completion of his being and receiving his 319 3, 21 | his being and receiving his payment. Wherefore this 320 3, 21 | holy Cross, because, while His flesh was in grief and torment, 321 3, 21 | was in grief and torment, His soul was blessed through 322 3, 23 | God, turning the eye of His mercy upon this soul, not 323 3, 23 | she had made concerning His promise, saying, "Oh! best 324 3, 23 | him to administer, each in his own way, according to what 325 3, 24 | this Word, My Son, with His most sweet Blood, is one 326 3, 24 | power is not separated from His wisdom, nor the fiery heat 327 3, 24 | may have life, receiving His Body in food and His Blood 328 3, 24 | receiving His Body in food and His Blood in drink. I have said 329 3, 24 | Sacrament. Each one carries his own candle, that is the 330 3, 24 | from Me -- the True Sun, His Eternal Father -- because 331 3, 24 | Eternal Father -- because in His mystical Body, the holy 332 3, 25 | you raised your eyes above his head while he was saying 333 3, 28 | administered, according to his state, the grace of the 334 3, 28 | has illuminated the eye of his intellect to know Me, who 335 3, 28 | of sin, that is to say, his own self-love, on which 336 3, 28 | warmth of Divine love into his affection, which follows 337 3, 28 | affection, which follows his intellect, and he receives 338 3, 28 | My sweet Truth, by which his memory is filled with the 339 3, 28 | to you, have one power of his soul so ordered as to receive 340 3, 28 | unless all three powers of his soul are brought together 341 3, 28 | and with the mirror of his life; Sylvester, against 342 3, 28 | willed that He should give His life for you. These have 343 3, 28 | you. These have followed His footsteps, and therefore 344 3, 28 | still to remain obstinate in his evil doing, he would cut 345 3, 28 | Goodness. And therefore his labor may be reputed to 346 3, 28 | be not guarded by Me. All his labor will be vain, if he 347 3, 28 | be vain, if he thinks by his labor or solicitude to keep 348 3, 28 | they knew to give everyone his nourishment, preserving 349 3, 28 | and to give to each one his nourishment. What caused 350 3, 29 | lord who sent it to you. His state would indeed displease 351 3, 29 | anxious through love of his master that he should be 352 3, 29 | should be cleansed from his foulness and properly clothed. 353 3, 30 | according to the perfection of his soul. For I wish you to 354 3, 30 | it with all its delights. His sensual fragility and his 355 3, 30 | His sensual fragility and his body do not accuse him, 356 3, 30 | rein of reason, macerating his flesh with penance, with 357 3, 30 | continual prayer. The will of his senses he slew with hatred 358 3, 30 | lost all tenderness for his body, which tenderness and 359 3, 30 | transcends nature, extinguishing his natural fear and overcoming 360 3, 30 | and desire of arriving at his last end, his natural tenderness 361 3, 30 | arriving at his last end, his natural tenderness cannot 362 3, 30 | cannot make war on him, and his conscience remains in peace; 363 3, 30 | remains in peace; for during his life his conscience kept 364 3, 30 | peace; for during his life his conscience kept a good guard, 365 3, 30 | coming to attack the city of his soul, like a watch-dog which 366 3, 30 | and holy thoughts, he gave his delighted love, receiving 367 3, 30 | of free- will he struck his enemies; so that at the 368 3, 30 | that at the point of death his conscience, having been 369 3, 30 | The just man does not turn his head to admire his past 370 3, 30 | turn his head to admire his past virtues, because he 371 3, 30 | neither can nor will hope in his own virtues, but only in 372 3, 30 | him of sin? Because during his life he conquered their 373 3, 30 | poison of sin not being in his soul, their aspect causes 374 3, 30 | she seems to enter into His possession before she actually 375 3, 30 | remaining in charity with his neighbor, to them is given 376 3, 30 | discreetly rendering to each his due. Wherefore this man 377 3, 30 | having been able to run his course with a pure and holy 378 3, 30 | His conscience gives good testimony 379 3, 30 | Door, bathed and drowned in His blood, with your troop of 380 3, 30 | each one is arranged in his place, and to each one is 381 3, 31 | terror and darkness, showing his face, which you know is 382 3, 31 | which he made lords over his reason, accuse him miserably, 383 3, 31 | at first he knew not, and his error brings him to great 384 3, 31 | In his life he lived unfaithfully 385 3, 31 | reproaches with great confusion. His injustice which he practiced 386 3, 31 | injustice which he practiced in his life accuses him to his 387 3, 31 | his life accuses him to his conscience, wherefore he 388 3, 31 | of death, and recognizing his sin, his conscience unloaded 389 3, 31 | and recognizing his sin, his conscience unloaded by holy 390 3, 31 | despises My mercy, making his sin to be greater than mercy 391 3, 31 | does not truly grieve for his offense against Me as he 392 3, 31 | should, grieving indeed for his own loss, but not for the 393 3, 31 | debtor, who ought to pay his debt to the poor and the 394 3, 31 | its woes, and the just man his beatitude, his evil life 395 3, 31 | just man his beatitude, his evil life is represented 396 3, 31 | that he has committed, for his conscience places them before 397 3, 31 | practiced. Why the virtues? For his greater shame. For vice 398 3, 31 | and the better he knows his sin, the greater his shame, 399 3, 31 | knows his sin, the greater his shame, and by comparison 400 3, 31 | and by comparison with his sin he knows better the 401 3, 31 | the more, for he sees that his own life was devoid of any; 402 3, 31 | self-knowledge and shame for his sins, with hope, so that 403 3, 31 | knowledge he may pay for his sins, and appease My anger, 404 3, 31 | receives the sweet end of his being in the way which I 405 3, 32 | Your obedience, laid down His life for Your lambs, and 406 3, 32 | and made for us a bath of His Blood. ~ 407 4, 1 | kindly turning the eye of His mercy and clemency towards 408 4, 1 | love, and desire to please his companion. This was the 409 4, 1 | life of grace, and slaying his innocence, wherefore he 410 4, 1 | loved, did not return to Me, his End, took the keys of obedience 411 4, 1 | for as you know He left His vicar, the Christ, on earth, 412 4, 1 | and whoever is outside His obedience is in a state 413 4, 1 | clear vision with which His soul saw the divine essence 414 4, 1 | on Me, the eternal God. His fidelity obtained this vision 415 4, 1 | He was faithful to Me, His eternal Father, and therefore 416 4, 1 | caused pain to Himself in His bodily life, in order to 417 4, 1 | more patient than He? for His cry was never heard in murmuring, 418 4, 1 | but He patiently embraced His injuries like one enamored, 419 4, 1 | obedience imposed on Him by Me, His Eternal Father. Wherefore 420 4, 2 | he is faithful to Me and his neighbor, for he loves Me 421 4, 2 | endures every labor, and even his neighbor's detraction of 422 4, 2 | Son placed in the hands of His vicar. This vicar placed 423 4, 2 | So that each man has in his own person that very same 424 4, 2 | first father, following his example, and casting the 425 4, 2 | this key of obedience in His hands and purified it in 426 4, 2 | mud, and cleansed it with His blood, and straightened 427 4, 2 | into shape on the anvil of His own body. So perfectly did 428 4, 2 | much a man may have spoiled his key by his free-will, by 429 4, 2 | have spoiled his key by his free-will, by the self- 430 4, 2 | forgiveness, he suffers not when his appetites are not satisfied, 431 4, 2 | can and will satisfy all his desires, if he strip himself 432 4, 2 | of the Word, nor abandon His doctrine, of which you make 433 4, 2 | coveting, contrary to My will, his possessions, you walk erect, 434 4, 3 | trust to this, putting off his finding of the key of obedience 435 4, 3 | obedience to the moment of his death, for although everyone 436 4, 4 | submitting their will to his, so as more expeditiously 437 4, 5 | through the defects of any of His religious subjects who may 438 4, 5 | the subject to think about his necessities either temporal 439 4, 5 | truly obedient, and observes his order, he will be provided 440 4, 5 | will be provided for by his Master, who is the Holy 441 4, 5 | and caused each to keep his private possessions and 442 4, 5 | each would not have taken his own, and lived privately. 443 4, 5 | judgment Benedict ordered his ship; see with what perfection 444 4, 5 | poverty Francis ordered his ship, decked with the pearls 445 4, 5 | being the first to give his order for spouse, true and 446 4, 5 | by the world, macerating his body and slaying his will, 447 4, 5 | macerating his body and slaying his will, clothing himself in 448 4, 5 | grace there appeared in his body the very wounds of 449 4, 5 | showing in the vessel of his body that which was in the 450 4, 5 | which was in the love of his soul, so he prepared the 451 4, 5 | principal foundation of his order in love for this poverty, 452 4, 5 | perfectly, wishing that his sons should apply themselves 453 4, 5 | which light he laid as his principal foundation, not, 454 4, 5 | he left as an heirloom to his sons his curse and Mine, 455 4, 5 | an heirloom to his sons his curse and Mine, if they 456 4, 5 | sign that he had chosen for his spouse Queen Poverty. But 457 4, 5 | spouse Queen Poverty. But for his more immediate and personal 458 4, 5 | errors which had arisen in his time, thus taking on him 459 4, 5 | Mary? Because Mary gave him his habit -- this office was 460 4, 5 | what table does he feed his sons with the light of science? 461 4, 5 | honor. Dominic does not wish his sons to apply themselves 462 4, 5 | My providence, He wishes his sons to observe obedience 463 4, 5 | humility is in proportion to his obedience, and his obedience 464 4, 5 | proportion to his obedience, and his obedience to his humility, 465 4, 5 | obedience, and his obedience to his humility, and similarly, 466 4, 5 | deed; so that he has rigged his ship with the three ropes 467 4, 5 | royal ship, not obliging his subjects under pain of mortal 468 4, 5 | converted and live. Wherefore his religion is a delightful 469 4, 5 | gazed with the gentle eye of his intellect at My Truth, whereby 470 4, 5 | brilliant light, illuminating his order and the mystical body 471 4, 5 | virgin and martyr, who by his blood gave light among the 472 4, 5 | so that at last they took his life; yet while he lived 473 4, 5 | not only confessed it in his life but even at the moment 474 4, 5 | but even at the moment of his death, for when he was at 475 4, 5 | ink left, having received his death-blow, he dipped his 476 4, 5 | his death-blow, he dipped his finger in his blood, and 477 4, 5 | he dipped his finger in his blood, and this glorious 478 4, 5 | the Credo on the ground. His heart burnt in the furnace 479 4, 5 | that he never slackened his pace nor turned his head 480 4, 5 | slackened his pace nor turned his head back, though he knew 481 4, 5 | for I had revealed to him his death, but like a true knight 482 4, 5 | by My Father to labor in His vineyard to extirpate the 483 4, 5 | poverty which was specially his own, as has been said, and 484 4, 5 | been said, and Dominic with his learning." ~ 485 4, 6 | will know that he must slay his self-will with the knife 486 4, 6 | key of the obedience of his order, which will open the 487 4, 6 | he who does not constrain his appetite or strip himself 488 4, 6 | not nor prays, to preserve his mind pure. Wherefore the 489 4, 6 | walking weighed down by his own will; he also sees that 490 4, 6 | narrow path of obedience to his superior. ~ 491 4, 6 | rises above himself and his own sensuality, and rising 492 4, 6 | sensuality, and rising above his own feelings with living 493 4, 6 | servant in the house of his soul to drive out the enemy 494 4, 6 | for he does not wish that his spouse, Obedience, given 495 4, 6 | out the enemy and puts in his place the nurse and companions 496 4, 6 | nurse and companions of his spouse. ~ 497 4, 6 | obedience places in the house of his soul the lovers of his spouse, 498 4, 6 | of his soul the lovers of his spouse, Obedience, who are 499 4, 6 | customs and observances of his order, so that this sweet 500 4, 6 | this sweet spouse enters his soul with her sister, Patience,


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