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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| though the strict logic of her theory might have required 2 Intro, 0| the novelty, imprisoned her and took the opportunity 3 Intro, 0| town of Perugia to bring her before his Holiness for 4 Intro, 0| useless to attempt to stop her; she was beyond the control 5 Intro, 0| guards; the Pope had to hear her out. He did so; proclaimed 6 Intro, 0| out. He did so; proclaimed her complete orthodoxy, and 7 Intro, 0| complete orthodoxy, and set her free with every mark of 8 Intro, 0| justified, at perilous odds, of her children. . . . * * * ~ 9 Intro, 0| Florence at the hands of her modern rulers has been as 10 Intro, 0| shall distinguish between her actual tale of days and 11 Intro, 0| the immortal life given her by the poet? In her moment 12 Intro, 0| given her by the poet? In her moment of suffering at least 13 Intro, 0| half veils and half reveals her teaching as to the destiny 14 Intro, 0| twin-sister, who did not survive. Her parents, Giacomo and Lapa 15 Intro, 0| twenty-five children to her husband, of whom thirteen 16 Intro, 0| human odds the divinity of her mission, and justifying, 17 Intro, 0| justifying, after years of labor, her incredible assertions by 18 Intro, 0| by the steadfastness of her will? There are other pages 19 Intro, 0| exception to the rest of her canonized brothers and sisters. 20 Intro, 0| At the age of five it was her custom on the staircase 21 Intro, 0| they would frequently carry her up or down without letting 22 Intro, 0| or down without letting her feet touch the ground, much 23 Intro, 0| ground, much to the alarm of her mother, who confided to 24 Intro, 0| confessor of the family, her fears of an accident. Nor 25 Intro, 0| phenomena the only reward of her infant piety. From the day 26 Intro, 0| became very popular among her numerous relatives and her 27 Intro, 0| her numerous relatives and her parents' friends, who gave 28 Intro, 0| parents' friends, who gave her the pet name of Euphrosyne, 29 Intro, 0| grief-dispelling effect of her conversation, and who were 30 Intro, 0| were constantly inviting her to their houses on some 31 Intro, 0| an errand to the house of her married sister Bonaventura, 32 Intro, 0| bearing on the great task of her after-life, I will relate 33 Intro, 0| of six, went one day with her brother Stephen, who was 34 Intro, 0| the holy child, lifting her eyes, saw on the opposite 35 Intro, 0| gazed, full of love, on her Savior, who, appearing in 36 Intro, 0| in order sweetly to gain her love to Himself, fixed on 37 Intro, 0| love to Himself, fixed on her the eyes of His Majesty, 38 Intro, 0| tender smile, lifted over her His right hand, and, making 39 Intro, 0| manner of a bishop, left with her the gift of His eternal 40 Intro, 0| the child Stephen, leaving her standing still, continued 41 Intro, 0| was following, but, seeing her immovable in the distance 42 Intro, 0| he returned and pulled her with his hands, saying: ' 43 Intro, 0| from a heavy sleep, lowered her eyes and said: 'Oh, if you 44 Intro, 0| sweet a vision!' and lifted her eyes again on high; but 45 Intro, 0| herself for having turned her eyes to earth." Such was 46 Intro, 0| symbolize the great mission of her after-life to the Holy See. * * * ~ 47 Intro, 0| the action of Catherine on her generation. Few individuals 48 Intro, 0| reconciles warring factions of her native city and heals an 49 Intro, 0| Consoler pours the balm of her gentle spirit into the lacerated 50 Intro, 0| Her lot was cast on evil days 51 Intro, 0| from the contamination of her communion. An anti-Pope 52 Intro, 0| for the time, successfully her strength. It was given to 53 Intro, 0| Siena, by the effect of her eloquence in persuading 54 Intro, 0| at every step to impede her victorious advance. * * * ~ 55 Intro, 0| the social consequences of her actions that constitute 56 Intro, 0| sweetly reasonable, as to make her the dearest of friends to 57 Intro, 0| intimate association with her, and a permanent source 58 Intro, 0| Catholic theology were to her the necessary and fitting 59 Intro, 0| of vision. "Truth" was to her the handmaid of the spiritualized 60 Intro, 0| have been accomplished in her, Nature and Grace have lain 61 Intro, 0| together, and the mysteries of her religion seem but the natural 62 Intro, 0| of Siena was dictated to her secretaries by the Saint 63 Intro, 0| the Catholic poor-schools. Her insight is sometimes very 64 1, 1 | and of the salvation of her neighbors, exercising herself 65 1, 1 | goodness of God towards her. This she does because knowledge 66 1, 1 | because prayer, exercising her in the above way, unites 67 1, 1 | and union of love, makes her another Himself. Christ 68 1, 1 | conceal, from the eye of her intellect, the love which 69 1, 1 | given to the soul, creating her in My image and similitude, 70 1, 1 | more manfully, and lifting her desires first for herself -- 71 1, 1 | example, or prayer, to her neighbor, if she did not 72 1, 2 | soul grew when God showed her the neediness of the world. ~ 73 1, 2 | when the First Truth showed her the neediness of the world, 74 1, 2 | the spiritual Father of her soul, in which he explained 75 1, 2 | in which he explained to her the penalties and intolerable 76 1, 2 | this lighted the fire of her holy desire with grief for 77 1, 2 | sought with anxious desire her accustomed place; and, with 78 1, 2 | herself, being ashamed of her own imperfection, appearing 79 1, 2 | the stains which seemed to her to cover her guilty soul, 80 1, 2 | which seemed to her to cover her guilty soul, she said: " 81 1, 3 | more strongly to Himself her desire, doing as He did 82 1, 3 | ways: in one way, through her sorrow for her own sins, 83 1, 3 | through her sorrow for her own sins, which she has 84 1, 3 | has committed against Me her Creator; in the other way, 85 1, 3 | in the other way, through her sorrow for the sins which 86 1, 3 | the sins which she sees her neighbors commit against 87 1, 4 | far as the soul has drawn her love from Him, and virtuously 88 1, 4 | one which rather fattens her; for since she has known 89 1, 4 | has known My truth, and her own faults, and the ingratitude 90 1, 5 | circumstance I may send them to her. Patience cannot be proved 91 1, 6 | deprivation of love of Me and her neighbor; whence, inasmuch 92 1, 7 | finds humility and hatred of her own sensual passion, for 93 1, 7 | law, which is bound up in her members, and which ever 94 1, 7 | arising with hatred of her own sensuality, crushing 95 1, 7 | by My grace, I have drawn her out of darkness and lifted 96 1, 7 | out of darkness and lifted her up into the light of true 97 1, 7 | is delivered of fruit for her neighbor, because, in no 98 1, 7 | the same truth she serves her neighbor. ~ 99 1, 7 | because love of Me and of her neighbor are one and the 100 1, 7 | soul loves Me, she loves her neighbor, because love towards 101 1, 7 | loves herself, extending her desire for the salvation 102 1, 7 | the life of grace, to fix her eye on the needs of her 103 1, 7 | her eye on the needs of her neighbor in particular. 104 1, 7 | which I have entrusted to her to administer; one she helps 105 1, 7 | soul disposing herself, for her chief conversation, to this 106 2, 1 | if the soul perform not her penance with discretion, 107 2, 1 | discretion, that is to say, if her affection be placed principally 108 2, 1 | penance she has undertaken, her perfection will be impeded; 109 2, 1 | should the soul perform her penance, that is, she should 110 2, 1 | that is, she should place her principal affection in virtue 111 2, 1 | can do in the measure of her own possibility. Otherwise, 112 2, 1 | Otherwise, if the soul place her foundation on penance she 113 2, 1 | penance she will contaminate her own perfection, because 114 2, 1 | own perfection, because her penance will not be done 115 2, 1 | Me, and not to herself, her being, which she knows she 116 2, 1 | has not made the most of her time, and the graces she 117 2, 1 | displeasing to herself through her guilt. And this founds the 118 2, 1 | and that which is really her own she imputes to Me, grieving 119 2, 1 | mysteries, with which I work in her soul and in those of My 120 2, 1 | everything in Me and in her neighbor is cause of scandal 121 2, 1 | neighbor is cause of scandal to her. Contrariwise those who 122 2, 2 | grace and of utility to her neighbor, according to the 123 2, 2 | so fulfills the object of her creation. ~ 124 2, 2 | she reaches the term of her being, that is Myself, her 125 2, 2 | her being, that is Myself, her God, who am Eternal Life. 126 2, 2 | fruits cannot be taken from her without her will, inasmuch 127 2, 2 | be taken from her without her will, inasmuch as they are 128 2, 3 | obedience at the order of her director, it is well; since, 129 2, 3 | say, hatred and disgust of her own offenses and sensuality, 130 2, 3 | neither laws nor limits to her love for Me; but her love 131 2, 3 | to her love for Me; but her love for her neighbor, on 132 2, 3 | for Me; but her love for her neighbor, on the contrary, 133 2, 3 | the soul should direct all her powers to My service with 134 2, 3 | and, that she should love her neighbor with such devotion 135 2, 3 | were possible, the life of her body for the salvation of 136 2, 3 | pains and torments so that her neighbor may have the life 137 2, 3 | life of grace, and giving her temporal substance for the 138 2, 3 | wishes for grace, should pay her debts, that is, should love 139 2, 3 | and without measure, but her neighbor with measure, with 140 2, 3 | soul escapes dangers by her true humility, and, by her 141 2, 3 | her true humility, and, by her prudence, flies all the 142 2, 3 | glorious light; knowing, by it, her own fragility, she renders 143 2, 3 | fragility, she renders to her weakness its due of hatred. ~ 144 2, 3 | placed it under the feet of her affection, despising it, 145 2, 3 | of the world cannot take her virtues from such a soul, 146 2, 3 | their persecutions increase her virtues and prove them, 147 2, 3 | and then are proved on her neighbor, and bring forth 148 2, 3 | the eyes of men, deprives her husband of his fame of paternity. 149 2, 3 | of virtue, in the love of her neighbor, showing her child 150 2, 3 | of her neighbor, showing her child to him who is in need, 151 2, 4 | divine response, and how her sorrows grew less, and how 152 2, 4 | the Holy Church, and for her own people. ~ 153 2, 4 | had deigned to reply to her request and to satisfy it, 154 2, 4 | the same time, increased her sorrow. ~ 155 2, 4 | way of perfection, showed her anew her own guilt, and 156 2, 4 | perfection, showed her anew her own guilt, and the loss 157 2, 4 | mirror of God, she knows her own dignity and indignity. 158 2, 4 | own dignity and indignity. Her dignity is that of her creation, 159 2, 4 | Her dignity is that of her creation, seeing that she 160 2, 4 | and this has been given her by grace, and not as her 161 2, 4 | her by grace, and not as her due. In that same mirror 162 2, 4 | goodness of God, the soul knows her own indignity, which is 163 2, 4 | which is the consequence of her own fault. Wherefore, as 164 2, 4 | knows better the stains of her own face, by the purity 165 2, 4 | a sweet sorrow grew in her, and at the same time, her 166 2, 4 | her, and at the same time, her sorrow was diminished by 167 2, 4 | which the Supreme Truth gave her, and, as fire grows when 168 2, 4 | not have been possible for her to have lived any longer. 169 2, 4 | herself and of God, and her hunger for the salvation 170 2, 4 | Church, having grown with her hope of obtaining the same, 171 2, 5 | eye of His mercy towards her, allowing Himself to be 172 2, 5 | Himself to be constrained by her tears, and bound by the 173 2, 5 | and bound by the chain of her holy desire, replied with 174 2, 5 | how My spouse has defiled her face, and become leprous, 175 2, 5 | become leprous, on account of her filthiness and self- love, 176 2, 5 | takes medicine instead of her suckling, because she is 177 2, 5 | original sin is taken away from her, and grace is infused into 178 2, 5 | and grace is infused into her, and that inclination to 179 2, 5 | according as it pleases her to dispose herself willingly 180 2, 5 | as to good, in spite of her having received grace in 181 2, 5 | is come, the soul can, by her free will, make choice either 182 2, 5 | according as it pleases her will; and so great is this 183 2, 6 | you, that, by this means, her beauty will be restored 184 2, 6 | beauty will be restored to her, not by the knife nor by 185 2, 9 | this soul prays God to show her those who cross by the aforesaid 186 2, 10 | salvation of souls, replied to her, and said: "First, as I 187 2, 10 | of the soul, signifying her affection, are the first 188 2, 10 | rising on the steps of her affection, commences to 189 2, 10 | she has been waging with her sin. On the first step, 190 2, 10 | first step, then, lifting her feet from the affections 191 2, 13 | tempestuous sea and to conduct her to the port of salvation. ~ 192 2, 15 | soul had refreshed a little her heart in the mercy of God, 193 2, 15 | fulfillment of the promise made to her, and God continuing His 194 2, 15 | cannot defend herself against her enemies, nor help herself 195 2, 15 | nor help herself through her own power, but only so far 196 2, 15 | the water does not support her." ~ 197 2, 17 | kills the soul and makes her the slave of riches, so 198 2, 17 | the soul. Heaven I call her (the soul) because so I 199 2, 17 | soul) because so I made her, living in her at first 200 2, 17 | so I made her, living in her at first by grace, and hiding 201 2, 17 | and hiding Myself within her, and making of her a mansion 202 2, 17 | within her, and making of her a mansion through affection 203 2, 21 | with remorse, seeing that her own sin has brought her 204 2, 21 | her own sin has brought her into so great evil. But 205 2, 21 | light to know and grieve for her fault, not on account of 206 2, 21 | but on account of pain at her offense against Me, who 207 2, 21 | herself more on account of her first condemnation than 208 2, 21 | practiced generally in all her works, but much more on 209 2, 21 | practices at the end, in judging her misery greater than My mercy. 210 2, 22 | conversation of the angels, through her sin, made worthy of the 211 2, 22 | according to the gravity of her sin. The fourth torment 212 2, 25 | measure that is measured to her. She always desires Me, 213 2, 25 | desires Me, and loves Me, and her desire is not in vain -- 214 2, 25 | pain of hunger are far from her. In love, the Blessed rejoice 215 2, 25 | in their good. Not that her vessel or theirs can increase, 216 2, 25 | because the soul will give of her abundance, and will re-clothe 217 2, 25 | Judgment, in the garments of her own flesh which she had 218 2, 25 | virtue is of Me, given to her by grace, and by the ineffable 219 2, 25 | love with which I created her in My image and likeness. 220 2, 27 | temptations, and how every soul in her extremity sees her final 221 2, 27 | soul in her extremity sees her final place either of pain 222 2, 27 | thereby. For the soul, from her nature, always relishes 223 2, 28 | the weight of the body, her desire is full, for, desiring 224 2, 28 | sees Me, in which vision is her bliss; and seeing she knows, 225 2, 28 | Me, she is satisfied, and her desire is fulfilled, that 226 2, 29 | tormented by desire, considering her own imperfections and those 227 2, 29 | back again, scandalized at her, because they had heard 228 2, 29 | deigned to manifest Himself to her. And, for this, she was 229 2, 29 | bitterness, and fixing the eye of her intellect on the Eternal 230 2, 30 | image and similitude, giving her memory, intellect, and will. 231 2, 30 | and, by love, I created her. And therefore I told you 232 2, 30 | through sin. In the dignity of her being it tastes My inestimable 233 2, 30 | charity with which I created her, and, in contemplating her 234 2, 30 | her, and, in contemplating her misery, it discovers and 235 2, 30 | through mercy, I have lent her time and drawn her out of 236 2, 30 | lent her time and drawn her out of darkness. Then the 237 2, 30 | unless she consent with her will, which is controlled 238 2, 30 | which is controlled by her free choice, and when this 239 2, 30 | the hand of free choice, her powers in My Name, then 240 2, 31 | persevere except by the union of her three powers. Of which I 241 2, 33 | accompanied by Me, who am her strength and security, and 242 2, 33 | because I am in the midst of her. Wherefore then he follows 243 2, 36 | punishment which follows her sin, climbs; and gathers 244 2, 36 | climbs; and gathers together her memory to recollect her 245 2, 36 | her memory to recollect her vice, her intellect to see 246 2, 36 | memory to recollect her vice, her intellect to see the punishment 247 2, 36 | she expects to receive for her fault, and her will to move 248 2, 36 | receive for her fault, and her will to move her to hate 249 2, 36 | fault, and her will to move her to hate that fault. And 250 2, 37 | moment of death, recognizing her own imperfection, with the 251 2, 38 | the soul in proportion to her desire, but I make three 252 2, 38 | My power, and I satisfy her by causing her to taste 253 2, 38 | I satisfy her by causing her to taste and see My virtue. 254 2, 38 | of My Son, and I satisfy her by placing His wisdom before 255 2, 38 | wisdom before the eye of her intellect, sometimes in 256 2, 38 | then My Goodness causes her to taste the fire of Divine 257 2, 38 | founded on the pure love of her neighbor." ~ 258 2, 40 | contemplation, she finds her own pleasure and profit. 259 2, 40 | I withdraw Myself from her sentiment, depriving her 260 2, 40 | her sentiment, depriving her of former consolations. 261 2, 40 | from Me, and I deprived her of grace through her own 262 2, 40 | deprived her of grace through her own guilt, because that 263 2, 40 | guilt had barred the door of her desires. Wherefore the sun 264 2, 40 | When she knows herself and her darkness, she opens the 265 2, 40 | opens the window and vomits her filth, by holy confession. 266 2, 40 | grace, withdraw Myself from her by sentiment, which I do 267 2, 40 | do in order to humiliate her, and cause her to seek Me 268 2, 40 | humiliate her, and cause her to seek Me in truth, and 269 2, 40 | Me in truth, and to prove her in the light of faith, so 270 2, 40 | faith and with hatred of her own sensuality, she rejoices 271 2, 40 | perseveres with humility in her exercises, remaining barred 272 2, 40 | that is, with the eye of her mind alert, and, watching 273 2, 40 | the wandering thoughts of her heart, looking for the affection 274 2, 40 | that I desire nothing but her sanctification, which is 275 2, 40 | sanctification, which is certified to her in the Blood of My Son. 276 2, 40 | Blood of My Son. As long as her eye thus watches, illumined 277 2, 40 | perfection, that I withdraw from her, not by grace but by sentiment. 278 2, 40 | sentiment. Once more do I leave her, so that she may see and 279 2, 40 | that she may see and know her defects, so that, feeling 280 2, 40 | pain, she may recognize her own weakness, and learn 281 2, 40 | the end and purpose of all her self-knowledge, to rise 282 2, 41 | come to the knowledge of her own imperfection, and for 283 2, 41 | After which I return into her with more light and with 284 2, 41 | grace the power of slaying her own will. And she never 285 2, 41 | to cultivate the vine of her soul, and to root out the 286 2, 41 | which she has found on her journey across the Bridge 287 3, 1 | therein, she remains, with her door barred, in watching 288 3, 1 | does so from fear, knowing her own imperfections, and also 289 3, 1 | through increase of grace in her. How is a lively faith to 290 3, 1 | tedious to the soul, tempting her often with these words: ' 291 3, 2 | illusion of the Devil or her own fragility, that is to 292 3, 2 | or movement coming from her own body, or of the words 293 3, 2 | inebriates the soul and clothes her with the fire of divine 294 3, 2 | of divine charity, giving her the food of the Sacrament [ 295 3, 2 | full of love for Me and for her neighbor. Where can this 296 3, 2 | perfect, so also is it with her prayer. She should nevertheless 297 3, 2 | But she should not say her vocal prayers without joining 298 3, 2 | should endeavor to elevate her mind in My love, with the 299 3, 2 | with the consideration of her own defects and of the Blood 300 3, 2 | charity and the remission of her sins. And this she should 301 3, 2 | and the consideration of her own defects should make 302 3, 2 | own defects should make her recognize My goodness in 303 3, 2 | in herself and continue her exercises with true humility. 304 3, 2 | wish the soul to consider her sins, either in general 305 3, 2 | not only on account of her confusion, but also through 306 3, 2 | despair which would come to her, because she did not seize 307 3, 2 | simply aims at completing her tale, and, for vocal abandons 308 3, 2 | vocally, and I, visiting her mind sometimes in one way, 309 3, 2 | sometimes by placing before her mind, in diverse ways, according 310 3, 2 | soul), in order to complete her tale, will abandon My visitation, 311 3, 2 | Devil. The moment she feels her mind disposed by My visitation, 312 3, 2 | the soul tries to loosen her affection from herself, 313 3, 2 | to be in need, and also her own necessities according 314 3, 2 | state in which I have placed her. Each one, according to 315 3, 2 | and will only love Me and her neighbor in proportion to 316 3, 3 | would cause the soul to hate her own sensitive pleasure and 317 3, 3 | pleasure and the delight of her own consolations. But from 318 3, 3 | and towards Me, when, for her good, I withdraw delight 319 3, 3 | I withdraw delight from her mind. And if her sensuality, 320 3, 3 | delight from her mind. And if her sensuality, through malevolence, 321 3, 3 | and watching, the eye of her intellect fastened on the 322 3, 4 | receives Me, on My return to her, with the fire of charity, 323 3, 4 | she overrules and conquers her own sensitive passions, 324 3, 4 | and knows, with the eye of her intellect, My Truth and 325 3, 4 | is, the imperfect love of her own consolations, as has 326 3, 4 | in His will, fortifying her own to be willing to suffer 327 3, 4 | brings forth the virtues on her neighbor. Not that by coming 328 3, 4 | fear of being deprived of her own consolations, and so 329 3, 5 | grace, uniting and kneading her together in the Blood. Where 330 3, 5 | did the soul know of this her dignity, in being kneaded 331 3, 6 | And so perfect is her vision that she sees the 332 3, 6 | the earth to give them of her fruits, the sun to give 333 3, 8 | everything, and, though, in her the pain of desire is ended, 334 3, 8 | body and has reached Me, her End, sees it clearly, and, 335 3, 8 | she knows the Truth, and her will is stayed in My Will, 336 3, 8 | Me, which before caused her sorrow, it no longer now 337 3, 8 | it no longer now can give her pain, but only compassion, 338 3, 8 | mercy on the world. Pain in her is ended, but not love, 339 3, 10 | with Me, is impatient in her life, being deprived of 340 3, 11 | united with Me, and because her will is dead in Christ, 341 3, 11 | in Christ, by which death her union was made with Me, 342 3, 12 | Truth of God had made to her, teaching her the way she 343 3, 12 | had made to her, teaching her the way she was to direct 344 3, 12 | the way she was to direct her will (and the other servants 345 3, 12 | And, lifting up the eye of her intellect upon the sweet 346 3, 12 | which God had spoken to her, and seeing that the soul 347 3, 12 | the intellect, she made her request of the Truth. For 348 3, 12 | that is, God, had given her, that in no other way could 349 3, 12 | exceeding every limit of her nature with the greatness 350 3, 12 | nature with the greatness of her desire. And, with the light 351 3, 12 | faith, she opened the eye of her intellect upon the Eternal 352 3, 12 | Truth, in the matter of her request, for God Himself 353 3, 12 | Himself manifested it to her, and condescending in His 354 3, 12 | condescending in His benignity to her burning desire, fulfilled 355 3, 12 | burning desire, fulfilled her petition. ~ 356 3, 14 | in virtue, begins to lose her fear, knowing that fear 357 3, 14 | is not sufficient to give her eternal life, as I have 358 3, 14 | herself and My goodness in her, and begins to take hope 359 3, 14 | hope in My mercy in which her heart feels joy. Sorrow 360 3, 14 | heart feels joy. Sorrow for her grief, mingled with the 361 3, 14 | mingled with the joy of her hope in My mercy, causes 362 3, 14 | hope in My mercy, causes her eye to weep, which tears 363 3, 14 | from the very fountain of her heart. ~ 364 3, 14 | persecutions of men come on her, her heart is full of grief. 365 3, 14 | persecutions of men come on her, her heart is full of grief. 366 3, 14 | compassion of self-love; for her self-will is not yet crushed 367 3, 14 | herself to Me, and to conform her will to Mine and so to feel 368 3, 14 | love, and compassion for her neighbor, as I told you 369 3, 14 | third stage. Immediately her eye, wishing to satisfy 370 3, 14 | hearty love for Me and for her neighbor, grieving solely 371 3, 14 | solely for My offense and her neighbor's loss, and not 372 3, 14 | takes the food prepared for her on the table of the Holy 373 3, 14 | permitted to be inflicted upon her for her salvation, having 374 3, 14 | be inflicted upon her for her salvation, having manfully 375 3, 14 | choosing them according to her own tastes, but accepting 376 3, 14 | having fixed the eye of her intellect on Me, the Sweet 377 3, 14 | knowing it, loves it. Drawing her affection after her intellect, 378 3, 14 | Drawing her affection after her intellect, she tastes My 379 3, 14 | Me, the Sea Pacific, and her heart is united to Me in 380 3, 14 | feels Me, the Eternal Deity, her eyes let fall tears of sweetness, 381 3, 14 | to fill the pitcher of her heart. And her eye, the 382 3, 14 | pitcher of her heart. And her eye, the conduit of her 383 3, 14 | her eye, the conduit of her heart, endeavors to satisfy 384 3, 14 | heart, endeavors to satisfy her heart-pangs, and so sheds 385 3, 14 | the bitterness of this in her self-knowledge, by which 386 3, 14 | self-knowledge, together with her knowledge of Me, she arrived 387 3, 14 | at the offenses caused to her neighbor, weeping with those 388 3, 14 | subtle breeze of love of her own reputation, and would 389 3, 14 | herself, because love of her neighbor is developed out 390 3, 14 | herself and My goodness in her. When, therefore, she sees 391 3, 14 | immediately expands to the love of her neighbor, because she sees 392 3, 14 | medium which I have given her, namely, her neighbor, who 393 3, 14 | have given her, namely, her neighbor, who is the medium 394 3, 14 | your soul in virtue, making her to grow in the perfection 395 3, 14 | the soul's perception of her own sensuality is mortified 396 3, 14 | sensuality is mortified and her will is dead through the 397 3, 14 | so far as they are given her by My love, but in so far 398 3, 14 | desires them by reason of her appetite for consolation, 399 3, 14 | to nourish virtue within her soul. In such a case let 400 3, 14 | soul. In such a case let her not remain in the second 401 3, 14 | of self-knowledge. I give her this light, My grace permitting, 402 3, 15 | body and has reached Me, her End, she does not on that 403 3, 15 | longer yearn for Me or love her neighbor, for love has entered 404 3, 15 | for love has entered into her like a woman bearing the 405 3, 15 | state of love towards Me and her neighbor, having further 406 3, 15 | unitive love which caused her tears to fall, does not 407 3, 15 | does not cease to offer Me her blessed desires, tearful 408 3, 16 | virtuously, places the root of her tree in the valley of true 409 3, 17 | eager with the greatness of her desire, through the sweetness 410 3, 18 | soul, and in the purity of her heart, and the desire with 411 3, 18 | benignity and mercy upon her, saying -- "Oh, best-beloved, 412 3, 18 | My Truth with the eye of her intellect, cannot hear or 413 3, 18 | learn the true solution of her difficulty. And the Eternal 414 3, 18 | the Eternal God said to her, "In order that you may 415 3, 18 | love which she has for Me, her Creator. How does she prove 416 3, 18 | and similitude, placing her in such dignity and beauty, 417 3, 18 | dignity and beauty, I caused her to be accompanied by the 418 3, 18 | all things, imposing on her the law of perversity, imprisoning 419 3, 18 | perversity, imprisoning her in a body, formed of the 420 3, 18 | so that, seeing in what her true beauty consisted, she 421 3, 18 | consisted, she should not raise her head in pride against Me. 422 3, 18 | does not know the evil of her sin or its cause, and therefore 423 3, 19 | to herself; thus injuring her own perfection; yet she 424 3, 19 | perceive it, nor that, within her, lurks the stench of pride, 425 3, 20 | herself with it, and fixes her attention on nothing else 426 3, 20 | can preserve and increase her perfection to the glory 427 3, 20 | Name, opening the eye of her intellect and fixing it 428 3, 20 | who became enamored of her when He saw her, gives the 429 3, 20 | enamored of her when He saw her, gives the soul the doctrine 430 3, 20 | herself in herself, seeking her own consolation either spiritual 431 3, 20 | serving neither Me for her own delight, nor her neighbor 432 3, 20 | for her own delight, nor her neighbor for her own profit, 433 3, 20 | delight, nor her neighbor for her own profit, but purely through 434 3, 20 | is from Me, the more does her purity leave her; which 435 3, 20 | more does her purity leave her; which is the reason why 436 3, 20 | remains always in the love of her neighbor, she remains always 437 3, 21 | nourishes herself with love of her neighbor, which causes her 438 3, 21 | her neighbor, which causes her hunger and desire, for the 439 3, 21 | earnest of My love, and of her neighbor's, is not yet perfect, 440 3, 21 | perfection which would prevent her feeling pain in herself, 441 3, 21 | perversity which is bound in her members and struggles against 442 3, 21 | others by the offense of her neighbor. She has indeed, 443 3, 22 | the holy Church, and for her spiritual children, and 444 3, 22 | and for the two fathers of her soul; and, after these things, 445 3, 22 | which she had made with her Creator, and as if, in elevation 446 3, 22 | eternal truth with the eye of her intellect, and, having recognized 447 3, 22 | holy Church, and comfort her with good and holy pastors. 448 3, 23 | this soul, not despising her desire, but granting her 449 3, 23 | her desire, but granting her requests, proceeded to satisfy 450 3, 24 | without love, which is her very food, she cannot live. 451 3, 24 | the water of guilt within her mind upon the candle which 452 3, 24 | receive this Light with her body, and not with her mind, 453 3, 24 | with her body, and not with her mind, wherefore the Light, 454 3, 24 | in that soul, but leaves her, and, in the soul, remains 455 3, 24 | only greater confusion, for her light is extinguished and 456 3, 24 | light is extinguished and her sin increased by her darkness. 457 3, 24 | and her sin increased by her darkness. Of the Sacrament 458 3, 24 | the soul, which impeded her proper disposition so that 459 3, 25 | soul cannot be deceived in her sentiments unless she wish 460 3, 25 | faith be taken away from her by infidelity. ~ 461 3, 25 | illuminated and assured in her own perceptions, for she 462 3, 25 | love that which the eye of her intellect has seen with 463 3, 25 | of holy faith; and with her palate -- that is, with 464 3, 25 | with which I have made her worthy to receive the tremendous 465 3, 26 | she dwells in Me and I in her, as the fish in the sea, 466 3, 26 | grace, My grace remains in her, after the accidents of 467 3, 26 | strengthen the soul against her sensual self-love, against 468 3, 28 | the Sun who illuminates her with My power, and with 469 3, 30 | to herself to have used her time but little; but this 470 3, 30 | obtain by grace, not as her due, but by virtue of Jesus 471 3, 31 | through these sins they make her grow pale, because they 472 3, 31 | of nothing but stripping her for their own advantage, 473 3, 32 | and on fire with love, her heart wounded with great 474 3, 32 | the soul, not afflicting her, but fattening her with 475 3, 32 | afflicting her, but fattening her with insatiable love, and 476 3, 32 | satisfy the soul, filling her with things for which she 477 4, 1 | mercy and clemency towards her, replied: "Your holy desire 478 4, 1 | mother of patience, has given her as a sister to obedience, 479 4, 1 | virtue has a nurse who feeds her, that is, true humility; 480 4, 1 | obedient in proportion to her humility, and humble in 481 4, 1 | humble in proportion to her obedience. This humility 482 4, 1 | the virtue of obedience. Her raiment given her by this 483 4, 1 | obedience. Her raiment given her by this nurse is self-contempt, 484 4, 1 | is impatience, and pride, her foster-mother, feeds her 485 4, 1 | her foster-mother, feeds her with the darkness of infidelity, 486 4, 1 | of darkness, which leads her to eternal death. All this 487 4, 2 | it by means of a cord to her girdle, and of the excellences 488 4, 2 | whence she comes, and who is her companion, and who her foster-mother, 489 4, 2 | is her companion, and who her foster-mother, I will continue 490 4, 2 | and born of charity, on her is founded the rock of the 491 4, 2 | the stormy sea cannot hurt her, nor can any tempest reach 492 4, 5 | same light which brought her to the first, for by the 493 4, 5 | ineffable love which I have for her, and her own fragility, 494 4, 5 | which I have for her, and her own fragility, which cannot 495 4, 5 | in what way she can pay her debt, trampling on her own 496 4, 5 | pay her debt, trampling on her own fragility, and restraining 497 4, 5 | fragility, and restraining her own will. Enlightened in 498 4, 5 | own will. Enlightened in her search by faith, she finds 499 4, 5 | of the steersman may send her down into the billows, and 500 4, 5 | self-hatred, having found her place by the light of faith,


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