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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| history, and, looking through their instruments, we, who are 2 Intro, 0| for the determination of their significance, of their value, 3 Intro, 0| of their significance, of their value, as illustrative of 4 Intro, 0| who were responsible for their occurrence, we have to depend 5 Intro, 0| Priesthood. They came out of their hermitages or cloisters, 6 Intro, 0| the town since the date of their erection, and Mr. Murray 7 Intro, 0| and apparently deserving their reputation for piety. Lapa, 8 Intro, 0| ve grace and poetry all their own: the childhood of those 9 Intro, 0| His yoke from the dawn of their days forms their charming 10 Intro, 0| dawn of their days forms their charming theme. Here the 11 Intro, 0| martyrs as playing with their palms and crowns under the 12 Intro, 0| infants. Heaven condescends to their pious revels: we are told 13 Intro, 0| constantly inviting her to their houses on some pretext or 14 Intro, 0| words, slightly abridging their prolixity. ~ 15 Intro, 0| herself, to the house of their sister Bonaventura, who 16 Intro, 0| or give some message from their mother Lapa. Their mother' 17 Intro, 0| from their mother Lapa. Their mother's errand accomplished, 18 Intro, 0| were on the way back from their sister's house to their 19 Intro, 0| their sister's house to their own and were passing along 20 Intro, 0| remarkable an imprint of their personality on the events 21 Intro, 0| personality on the events of their time. Catherine the Peacemaker 22 Intro, 0| and numbered saints among their ranks, still the first fervor 23 Intro, 0| the starving people under their heel. Assuredly it was not 24 Intro, 0| have disgraced Islam that their subjects could learn the 25 Intro, 0| him away, and gratified their spite by insulting their 26 Intro, 0| their spite by insulting their exiled rulers. Nothing could 27 Intro, 0| rulers. Nothing could exceed their contempt for the Popes of 28 Intro, 0| weak and compliant, were in their personal characters worthy 29 Intro, 0| one of the few men whom their fellows have named both 30 Intro, 0| associate the new religion with their traditional merry-makings, 31 Intro, 0| traditional merry-makings, and their conversion would be gradually, 32 Intro, 0| came to look on the Pope as their temporal ruler no less than 33 Intro, 0| temporal ruler no less than as their spiritual father. In many 34 Intro, 0| the princes of Europe, as their chief and arbiter. So much 35 Intro, 0| that goes far to discount their actual achievement. History, 36 Intro, 0| mystics have usually taken as their starting-point what, to 37 Intro, 0| goal hardly to be reached; their own treatment of the preliminary 38 Intro, 0| Platonician. Another result of their having done so is that, 39 1, 1 | they have lost and denied their own will, and are clothed 40 1, 3 | Me, or see Me offended, their every pain, whether spiritual 41 1, 3 | infinite penalty, although their works are finite and done 42 1, 3 | virtue of desire, and sustain their suffering with desire, and 43 1, 3 | infinite displeasure against their guilt, their pain is held 44 1, 3 | displeasure against their guilt, their pain is held worthy. Paul 45 1, 4 | knowledge and contrition for their sins. So that, by means 46 1, 4 | by means of prayer, and their desire of serving Me, they 47 1, 4 | according to the extent of their exercise of virtue and grace 48 1, 4 | will receive remission for their sins. See, however, the 49 1, 4 | condition, namely, that their obstinacy should not be 50 1, 4 | should not be so great in their despair as to condemn them 51 1, 4 | has, and may come to lift their desire beyond it, and seek 52 1, 4 | desire beyond it, and seek their native country, which is 53 1, 4 | since I am no despiser of their tears, and sweat, and humble 54 1, 4 | good of souls and grief for their loss. But I do not, in general, 55 1, 4 | due to them, but, only for their guilt, since they are not 56 1, 4 | they are not disposed, on their side, to receive, with perfect 57 1, 4 | servants. They do not receive their grief with bitterness, and 58 1, 4 | who offer them to Me, for their sakes, with suffering; and, 59 1, 4 | satisfaction is made for their guilt; for, beginning to 60 1, 4 | forth the corruption of their sins, and so receive the 61 1, 4 | Spirit, but, coming out of their sin, they receive the life 62 1, 4 | through mercy, turns to their own ruin and judgment, not 63 1, 4 | the eternal pains, with their horrible stench, inasmuch 64 1, 4 | they have not satisfied for their sins with contrition and 65 1, 4 | contrition and displeasure of their guilt. Now, therefore, you 66 1, 6 | by prayer, the bands of their death may be loosened! ~ 67 1, 7 | this indeed all give to their neighbor, the edification 68 1, 8 | proved and fortified by their contraries. ~ 69 1, 8 | men produce and prove all their virtues on their neighbor, 70 1, 8 | prove all their virtues on their neighbor, just as perverse 71 1, 8 | just as perverse men all their vices; thus, if you consider 72 1, 8 | and hatred demonstrate their love, and hunger and desire 73 2, 1 | they proceed to render to their neighbor their principal 74 2, 1 | render to their neighbor their principal debt of love, 75 2, 1 | helping others according to their needs for salvation, as 76 2, 3 | from such a soul, but all their persecutions increase her 77 2, 3 | neighbor, and bring forth their fruit on him. Thus have 78 2, 5 | avarice of those who feed on their own sin. ~ 79 2, 5 | themselves, but it is also their duty to feed and hold to 80 2, 5 | to leave the darkness of their infidelity, and bind themselves 81 2, 6 | desired anything else than their sanctification. ~ 82 2, 6 | love both of Myself and of their neighbor, with true and 83 2, 6 | do not do it, the greater their debt, the greater will be 84 2, 6 | divine justice, the greater their suffering in eternal damnation. ~ 85 2, 6 | because the damned do not lose their being through any torment 86 2, 6 | it, for they cannot lose their being; the existence of 87 2, 6 | grace they lose, through their fault, but not their natural 88 2, 6 | through their fault, but not their natural existence. Therefore 89 2, 6 | to pay any attention to their own sins, and so become 90 2, 6 | jealous to constrain Me by their desire. You see, therefore, 91 2, 6 | so that, constrained by their tears, I may mitigate the 92 2, 11 | prevented from arriving at their journey's end, because Heaven 93 2, 11 | from Him all virtues have their life. Wherefore no one can 94 2, 11 | creatures, journeying on their pilgrimage, may not, through 95 2, 12 | advantage. Wherefore, through their sins, they are deprived 96 2, 12 | the loss of those who, in their ignorance, thus offend Me. 97 2, 13 | standing like dead men, their hearts lifted on high, and 98 2, 13 | since they have proved in their own cases, that every person 99 2, 13 | virtuous, and reward them for their labors, both in body and 100 2, 13 | the wicked, who, through their iniquities, drown in the 101 2, 14 | Limbo, to withdraw from their pain Your servants, and 102 2, 14 | and give them the fruit of their labors. Your Mercy constrains 103 2, 15 | which they are fallen by their fault, from which cause, 104 2, 15 | conceived mortal sin in their minds, for they then bring 105 2, 15 | Wherefore because they are dead their memory takes no heed of 106 2, 15 | of My mercy. The eye of their intellect sees not and knows 107 2, 15 | knows not My Truth, because their feeling is dead, that is, 108 2, 15 | feeling is dead, that is, their intellect has no object 109 2, 15 | themselves, with the dead love of their own sensuality, and so their 110 2, 15 | their own sensuality, and so their will is dead to My will 111 2, 15 | pride, which is nourished by their own sensitive self-love. 112 2, 15 | self-love. Its branch is their own impatience, and its 113 2, 15 | mortal, for they have drawn their nourishment, which should 114 2, 16 | who live impurely, using their body and their mind like 115 2, 16 | impurely, using their body and their mind like a swine who wallows 116 2, 16 | Thus also they flung away their riches in order that the 117 2, 16 | of them should not occupy their heart. Not so does the ignorant 118 2, 17 | remedy. Such as these, with their meanness, despise My generosity, 119 2, 17 | generosity, selling time to their neighbor. They are cruel 120 2, 17 | usurers, and robbers of their neighbor; because in their 121 2, 17 | their neighbor; because in their memory they have not the 122 2, 17 | cruel to themselves or to their neighbor; on the contrary, 123 2, 17 | practicing the virtues on their neighbor and succoring him 124 2, 17 | wretched a state give of their substance to the poor, when 125 2, 17 | others? How will they draw their foul soul out of the mire, 126 2, 17 | that they do not consider their children and relations, 127 2, 17 | that they may repent of their sins. Would they then give 128 2, 17 | sins. Would they then give their life for the salvation of 129 2, 17 | when they will not give their substance? Would they give 130 2, 17 | substance? Would they give their affections when they are 131 2, 18 | There are others who hold their heads high by their position 132 2, 18 | hold their heads high by their position of authority, and 133 2, 18 | against Me, God, and against their neighbor, and against themselves -- 134 2, 18 | give it to the service of their own sensuality. So that 135 2, 18 | and so they did not pay their debt of honor and glory 136 2, 18 | themselves, to Me, and to their neighbor, unjustly selling 137 2, 18 | unjustly selling the flesh of their dependents, and of any person 138 2, 18 | any person who falls into their hands." ~ 139 2, 19 | practicing the virtues, because their heart is rotten, and, having 140 2, 19 | rotten, and, having spoiled their taste, good things seem 141 2, 19 | trampled It under the feet of their disordinate affection; and 142 2, 20 | putting the Holy Spirit on their tongues to announce My truth, 143 2, 20 | increase of grace and virtue in their souls. Thus, they were born 144 2, 21 | judgment, which is to have held their sin to be greater than My 145 2, 21 | because they grieve more over their condemnation than over My 146 2, 21 | the pain they expect for their sin; so you see that they 147 2, 21 | justice send them, with their cruel servant, sensuality, 148 2, 21 | made themselves through their own sensuality, so that, 149 2, 22 | pain and redoubles to them their every toil. As the saints 150 2, 22 | joyousness in the fruit of their toils borne for Me with 151 2, 22 | say, they know that, by their own sin, they have made 152 2, 22 | according to the diversity of their sins, to some more, and 153 2, 22 | according to the gravity of their fault. Out of these four 154 2, 22 | done to Me, but only for their own pain, have they thus 155 2, 23 | appear such, on account of their terrible and darkened vision, 156 2, 23 | judge the world, but through their own defect." ~ 157 2, 24 | And their hatred is so great that 158 2, 24 | to do so. If they finish their life, dying in hatred with 159 2, 24 | the guilt of mortal sin, their souls, by divine justice, 160 2, 24 | being gnawed by themselves, their pains always increase, especially 161 2, 24 | either for My honor or their salvation, because, as I 162 2, 24 | souls cannot do any good to their neighbor, and they blaspheme 163 2, 24 | they blaspheme Me, because their life ended in hatred of 164 2, 24 | that he was the cause of their damnation, and he saw pain 165 2, 24 | to himself, on account of their damnation when they should 166 2, 24 | in hatred they finished their lives." ~ 167 2, 25 | are placed, according to their diverse and various virtues 168 2, 25 | name, in themselves and in their neighbor; and, in the life 169 2, 25 | everlasting, they have not lost their love, but have it still, 170 2, 25 | the one with the other, their love being added to the 171 2, 25 | that soul, and the soul in their good. Not that her vessel 172 2, 25 | sweetness of My love. And their desires forever cry out 173 2, 25 | whole world. And because their life ended in the love of 174 2, 25 | love in which they finished their life, they go on and remain 175 2, 25 | except what I desire, because their free-will is bound in the 176 2, 25 | cannot sin any more. And their will is so united with Mine, 177 2, 25 | father or a mother seeing their son, or a son seeing his 178 2, 25 | they disagree with Me, and their desires are all satisfied. 179 2, 25 | towards the term of death. In their desire for My honor, they 180 2, 25 | to regain the gifts of their body, but this desire does 181 2, 25 | of having it fulfilled. Their desire does not afflict 182 2, 25 | is one thing with Me. But their bodily eye, as I told you, 183 2, 25 | only-begotten Son. Why so? Because their life finished in the affection 184 2, 25 | hatred, because they finished their lives in love and affection 185 2, 25 | Me, and good-will towards their neighbor. So you see then, 186 2, 26 | For this is another of their pains, namely, the vision 187 2, 26 | of the Blessed increases their pain. With pain they await 188 2, 26 | they should have done for their neighbor, as is contained 189 2, 26 | They will be reproved for their cruelty towards their neighbor, 190 2, 26 | for their cruelty towards their neighbor, for their pride 191 2, 26 | towards their neighbor, for their pride and self-love, for 192 2, 26 | pride and self-love, for their filthiness and avarice; 193 2, 26 | they have received from Me, their reproof will seem to be 194 2, 26 | rendered to My elect ones with their glorified body, rewarding 195 2, 26 | eternal pains by means of their body, because their body 196 2, 26 | means of their body, because their body was the instrument 197 2, 26 | of evil. Wherefore, being their body, restored, their pains 198 2, 26 | being their body, restored, their pains will revive and increase 199 2, 26 | at the aspect of My Son, their miserable sensuality with 200 2, 26 | filthiness, in the vision of their nature (that is, the humanity 201 2, 26 | Deity, and of this mass of their Adam nature raised above 202 2, 26 | Angels, and themselves, by their own fault, sunk into the 203 2, 26 | remaining as ornaments on their bodies, like the dye upon 204 2, 26 | deprived), will increase, and their bodies will appear the sign 205 2, 26 | self-love, whence were born all their ills, will be burnt with 206 2, 26 | miserably do they arrive at their end who go by the lower 207 2, 26 | not turning back to see their sins and My Mercy. And they 208 2, 26 | Lies; and this Devil is their Door, through which they 209 2, 27 | they may conquer, proving their virtue, and receive from 210 2, 27 | death, they, having passed their life under the lordship 211 2, 27 | arriving at the extremity of their death under this perverse 212 2, 27 | other judgment than that of their own conscience, and desperately, 213 2, 27 | Wherefore Hell, through their hate, surges up to them 214 2, 27 | hold of it, by means of their lord the Devil. As the righteous, 215 2, 27 | Others who have passed their lives, and have arrived 216 2, 27 | counting My mercy greater than their sins. The wicked sinners 217 2, 27 | seeing, with desperation, their destination, they embrace 218 2, 27 | they receive every one their place, as I have told you, 219 2, 27 | and noblemen, according to their different conditions. I 220 2, 27 | and I will relate to you their end. ~ 221 2, 27 | thorn all those who love their own sensuality kept away, 222 2, 27 | some less, according to their disposition and desire. 223 2, 27 | servants pass without pain, but their pain is alleviated. And 224 2, 28 | how they are deceived by their own sensuality, now I wish 225 2, 28 | pain My servants bear, but their minds are free, that is, 226 2, 28 | weariness of the pain; for their will is accorded with Mine, 227 2, 28 | blessed ones? It is having their desire filled with what 228 2, 28 | which vision and knowledge their will is fulfilled, for they 229 2, 28 | loving they deny and lose their self-will. Their own will 230 2, 28 | and lose their self-will. Their own will lost, they clothe 231 2, 28 | once they set to, turning their back to the way below, and 232 2, 28 | which do not hurt them, their feet being shod with the 233 2, 28 | above, they resist with their will fortified in Me, humiliating 234 2, 28 | examining themselves, they see their sins, and understand by 235 2, 28 | patience do they merit, and their labors are rewarded with 236 2, 28 | pass through do not touch their heart, because their heart 237 2, 28 | touch their heart, because their heart is drawn out of them 238 2, 34 | creatures setting out to attain their end in diverse ways and 239 2, 34 | servile fear, that is, fearing their own personal pain, and she 240 2, 36 | hatred of sin, they employ their minds to dig out the root 241 2, 36 | minds to dig out the root of their self-love with prudence, 242 2, 36 | there are many who begin their course climbing so slowly, 243 2, 36 | climbing so slowly, and render their debt to Me by such small 244 2, 36 | every little breeze catches their sails, and turns their prow 245 2, 36 | catches their sails, and turns their prow backwards. Wherefore, 246 2, 37 | of those who love GOD for their own profit, delight, and 247 2, 37 | serve Me with a view to their own profit, or the delight 248 2, 37 | insufficiency and short duration of their love for their neighbor, 249 2, 37 | duration of their love for their neighbor, which grows weak 250 2, 37 | oftentimes disappears. Towards Me their love grows weak when, on 251 2, 37 | virtue and raise them above their imperfection, I withdraw 252 2, 37 | imperfection, I withdraw from their minds My consolation and 253 2, 37 | of battle fly to Me, as their Benefactor, seeking Me alone, 254 2, 37 | of whom I speak, relax their energy, impatiently turning 255 2, 37 | color of virtue, many of their exercises, saying to themselves, 256 2, 37 | and promise to them for their sanctification, which is 257 2, 37 | that I wish nothing but their good, through the Blood 258 2, 37 | which they are washed from their iniquities. By this Blood 259 2, 37 | make use of Me only for their own profit, relaxing their 260 2, 37 | their own profit, relaxing their love for their neighbor. 261 2, 37 | relaxing their love for their neighbor. Thus, those in 262 2, 37 | second, because they slacken their pace, ceasing to render 263 2, 37 | ceasing to render service to their neighbor, and withdrawing 264 2, 37 | neighbor, and withdrawing their charity if they see their 265 2, 37 | their charity if they see their own profit or consolation 266 2, 37 | them: this happens because their love was originally impure, 267 2, 37 | impure, for they gave to their neighbor the same imperfect 268 2, 37 | based only on desire of their own advantage. If, through 269 2, 37 | exercise of holy prayer and their other good works, but go 270 2, 37 | perseverance, to increase their virtues, they will arrive 271 2, 37 | does his master, I pay them their wages according to their 272 2, 37 | their wages according to their deserts, but I do not reveal 273 2, 37 | through displeasure at their imperfection, and love of 274 2, 37 | motions of servile fear in their heart, and to correct mercenary 275 2, 38 | through the affection of their love. For though I am no 276 2, 40 | the Holy Spirit, they lost their fear, and followed and preached 277 2, 41 | they satisfy the thirst of their love for their neighbor 278 2, 41 | thirst of their love for their neighbor equally sincerely. 279 3, 2 | watching and prayer, lost their imperfection and acquired 280 3, 2 | they have once completed their appointed tale, they do 281 3, 2 | they must, until death, say their office. But if they, at 282 3, 2 | for saying it, should feel their minds drawn and raised by 283 3, 4 | and give birth to it on their neighbors, they have arrived 284 3, 5 | Christ crucified, which was their rule, way, and doctrine. 285 3, 5 | other before the eye of their intellect than Christ crucified, 286 3, 5 | those who are baptized in their blood, shed for Me, which 287 3, 6 | swallow them up on account of their sins. I even wait for them, 288 3, 6 | withdrawing neither on account of their sins. I even give equally 289 3, 6 | suffer humbly and offer to Me their persecutions and injuries, 290 3, 7 | wayfarers and pilgrims on their journey to reach Me, their 291 3, 7 | their journey to reach Me, their End. They augment in them 292 3, 7 | injury or be deprived of their property, but only to deprive 293 3, 7 | rebelling against Me in their pride, they fell and lost 294 3, 7 | pride, they fell and lost their vision of Me, wherefore 295 3, 7 | justiciars to those who go, for their sins, to the pains of Purgatory. 296 3, 7 | which they are deprived by their sins, but as My justiciars, 297 3, 8 | pain, because pain ended in their death, but not so the affection 298 3, 10 | desire to see Me, renders their life insupportable to them. 299 3, 10 | to them. Nevertheless, as their will is not their own, but 300 3, 10 | Nevertheless, as their will is not their own, but becomes one with 301 3, 10 | desire them to remain, with their pain, for the greater praise 302 3, 10 | with My Will; but they run their course with ecstatic desire, 303 3, 10 | the pain caused them by their desire to quit the body. 304 3, 10 | fearing that I reward not their well-doing or that the sacrifice 305 3, 10 | or that the sacrifice of their desires is not pleasing 306 3, 10 | proceeding from Me, ravishing their heart and mind and making 307 3, 10 | heart and mind and making their sacrifices acceptable. Wherefore, 308 3, 11 | unitive state, have the eye of their intellect illuminated by 309 3, 11 | ravishing away from them their darkness, give the light; 310 3, 11 | martyrs had it, declaring in their blood the Most Holy Faith, 311 3, 11 | notwithstanding this light, because their pride and the cloud of self-love 312 3, 11 | to be much illuminated in their knowledge of Scripture, 313 3, 11 | deprived of the hell of their own will, which gives to 314 3, 12 | in that they did not know their Benefactor, or the affection 315 3, 13 | very sweetness; but since their love is imperfect, so also 316 3, 13 | is imperfect, so also is their weeping, as I have told 317 3, 13 | arrived at the perfect love of their neighbor, loving Me without 318 3, 13 | themselves. These weep and their weeping is perfect. The 319 3, 14 | and tears. It is true that their guilt and grief are more 320 3, 14 | according to the measure of their disordinate love. And these 321 3, 14 | is, of those who, knowing their guilt, set to weeping for 322 3, 15 | said to you. You ask how their value can be infinite. I 323 3, 15 | hunger again; in this way their satiety is without disgust, 324 3, 15 | is without disgust, and their hunger without suffering, 325 3, 15 | this is true as regards their mode, of which I have spoken, 326 3, 16 | of created things and of their own sensuality, from which 327 3, 16 | from which comes damage to their body and soul. I said to 328 3, 16 | So worldly men weep when their heart feels pain, that is, 329 3, 16 | But many and diverse are their complainings. Do you know 330 3, 16 | life but only of death. Their fruits are their actions, 331 3, 16 | death. Their fruits are their actions, which are all poisoned 332 3, 16 | produce some good fruit among their actions, even it will be 333 3, 16 | hatred and unkindness towards their neighbor. So if a man be 334 3, 16 | everything according to their weak intellect; for they 335 3, 16 | have blinded the eye of their intellect with sensual self-love, 336 3, 16 | unhappinesses of all kinds to their neighbors, and remove themselves 337 3, 16 | the words which issue from their mouth in insult to Me and 338 3, 16 | only-begotten Son, and in hatred to their neighbors. And they think 339 3, 16 | rational creature, according as their judgment may suggest to 340 3, 16 | be fed by the earth; for their hunger is insatiable, and 341 3, 16 | and it is conformable to their state that they should always 342 3, 16 | they (who are infinite in their being) are always desiring 343 3, 16 | something finite; because their being will never end, though 344 3, 16 | being will never end, though their life to grace ends when 345 3, 19 | Of those who have placed their desire rather in the mortification 346 3, 19 | than in the destruction of their own will; and of the second 347 3, 19 | penance. These, in order that their sensuality may not rebel 348 3, 19 | sensuality may not rebel against their reason, have placed their 349 3, 19 | their reason, have placed their desire rather in the mortification 350 3, 19 | than in the destruction of their self-will, as I have explained 351 3, 19 | another place. These feed their souls at the table of penance, 352 3, 19 | are good and perfect, if their penance be illuminated by 353 3, 19 | would often offend against their own perfection, esteeming 354 3, 19 | Because they have placed all their labor and desire in the 355 3, 19 | than in the destruction of their own will. Such as these 356 3, 19 | these wish always to choose their own times, and places, and 357 3, 19 | and consolations, after their own fashion, and also the 358 3, 19 | themselves with the delusion of their own self-will, which I have 359 3, 19 | which I have already called their spiritual self-will, 'I 360 3, 20 | and of the privation of their own consolation, and indeed 361 3, 20 | which they receive after their trouble. They have known 362 3, 20 | the Old Man, that is of their own sensuality, and, having 363 3, 20 | been more anxious to slay their own will than to slay and 364 3, 20 | than to slay and mortify their own body. They have indeed 365 3, 20 | They have indeed mortified their body, though not as an end 366 3, 20 | which helps them to stay their own will, as I said to you 367 3, 20 | and so ought you to do. Their principal desire should 368 3, 20 | desire should be to slay their own will, so that it may 369 3, 20 | stumbling-blocks are caused, namely their own will. And all the persecutions, 370 3, 20 | attack them, slide under their feet, standing, as they 371 3, 20 | doctrine. These do not lose their time in passing false judgments, 372 3, 20 | murmurings of men, either for their own sake or that of others. 373 3, 20 | others. That is to say, in their own case they are content 374 3, 20 | who received it, because their love is not disordinate, 375 3, 20 | And, since their love is so ordered, these 376 3, 20 | from any rational creature, their will being dead and not 377 3, 20 | discern My will only, and not their evil will, for I am their 378 3, 20 | their evil will, for I am their Judge, not you, and, in 379 3, 21 | for, as has been said, their desires are without suffering, 380 3, 21 | blessed by the union of their holy desire towards Me, 381 3, 21 | grief through compassion for their neighbor, and because they 382 3, 21 | and because they afflict their own self-love, depriving 383 3, 22 | road, pure, and dead to their own will and opinion, and 384 3, 22 | any passing judgment on their neighbor, or causing him 385 3, 22 | they may arrive at You, their End, Eternal Father. ~ 386 3, 22 | that You have placed in their hands, the glory and praise 387 3, 22 | will be to Your honor, and their peace and quiet, and to 388 3, 22 | and anxious desire for their salvation; for I remember 389 3, 23 | each receive, according to their needs and fitness. And as 390 3, 24 | your intellect, and look at their excellence and the dignity 391 3, 24 | treasure I have placed in their hands; and, in this way, 392 3, 24 | separated, so perfect is their union; for, the sun, never 393 3, 24 | there are many who bring their candles, one weighing an 394 3, 24 | difference in weight of their candles, all receive the 395 3, 25 | great your bodily eyes lost their vision, and only the sight 396 3, 27 | ministers, so that your grief at their miseries may be more intense. 397 3, 27 | they themselves considered their own dignity they would not 398 3, 27 | sin, or defile the face of their soul. They would not only 399 3, 27 | They would not only see their offenses against Me, but 400 3, 27 | also, that, if they gave their bodies to be burned, they 401 3, 27 | they should love Me and their neighbor, helping him by 402 3, 27 | towards Me, and towards their fellow-creatures, administering 403 3, 27 | purity and cleanness of their heart and soul and mind. 404 3, 27 | soul and mind. And I wish their body to be preserved, as 405 3, 27 | cruel to themselves or to their fellow-creatures, because 406 3, 27 | themselves without being cruel to their fellow-creatures; for, if 407 3, 27 | are cruel to the souls of their neighbors, in that they 408 3, 28 | the sun, for the odor of their virtues mitigates the stench 409 3, 28 | light thereof shines in their darkness. And, by means 410 3, 28 | and filled the power of their soul with Me, the true Sun, 411 3, 28 | and causes the earth of their souls to germinate with 412 3, 28 | other Sacraments, which draw their life from this Blood; this 413 3, 28 | illuminating them with the light of their science, and driving away 414 3, 28 | driving away the darkness of their mortal sin and infidelity, 415 3, 28 | infidelity, by the example of their holy and regular life, and 416 3, 28 | extended the faith, and, by their means, the light of the 417 3, 28 | love, shone in them, and in their subjects, with the light 418 3, 28 | praise to My Name, and, to their own sensuality, hatred and 419 3, 28 | with love of Me and of their neighbor. With humility 420 3, 28 | correct them, and did not let their members become putrid for 421 3, 28 | Because they fear to lose their position or their temporal 422 3, 28 | to lose their position or their temporal goods, or their 423 3, 28 | their temporal goods, or their prelacy, they do not correct, 424 3, 28 | not the real way by which their position is to be kept. 425 3, 28 | But, thinking to preserve their position with injustice, 426 3, 28 | and they are deluded by their own sensitive self-love, 427 3, 28 | sensitive self-love, or by their desire for lordship and 428 3, 28 | same or greater ones are their own. They feel themselves 429 3, 28 | angels, not by nature, but by their ministry, and the supernatural 430 3, 28 | and therefore had they their eye continually over those 431 3, 28 | guardian angels, inspiring in their hearts holy and good thoughts, 432 3, 28 | or caring if for them and their subjects temporal substance 433 3, 28 | the temporal substance to their own necessity being the 434 3, 28 | saved nothing, and after their death there remained no 435 3, 28 | through the largeness of their charity, and of the hope 436 3, 28 | fear, and are afraid of their own shadow, and doubt lest 437 3, 28 | and a perverted hope in their own small knowledge, they 438 3, 28 | temporal things, that they turn their back on the spiritual, caring 439 3, 28 | that they have received their being, and every other additional 440 3, 28 | Me ineffably, and through their love hoped so greatly in 441 3, 28 | way the others all lost their every fear, because they 442 3, 28 | for nothing could injure their souls; but they on the contrary 443 3, 28 | be sufficient to relate their virtues, neither the eye 444 3, 28 | will receive who follow in their footsteps. They are like 445 3, 28 | because I have received their labor and poverty and the 446 3, 28 | Treasure which I placed in their hands they did not hide 447 3, 28 | more courage in exposing their infirmity, they would oftentimes 448 3, 28 | oftentimes lend countenance to their infirmity and say, 'I, too, 449 3, 28 | the good and rejoicing in their virtues, not being gnawed 450 3, 28 | the broadness of love for their neighbors, and those under 451 3, 28 | they through love endured their penance -- together with 452 3, 28 | they anointed the wounds of their neighbor, that is the wounds 453 3, 29 | in due reverence, not for their own sakes, as I have said, 454 3, 29 | they illuminate and warm their neighbors through their 455 3, 29 | their neighbors through their love. And with this heat 456 3, 29 | bear fruit in the souls of their subjects. I have appointed 457 3, 29 | hearts with good thoughts by their holy prayers, and to teach 458 3, 29 | reflected in the mirror of their life, and to serve you by 459 3, 29 | body of the holy Church by their virtues, forevery virtuous 460 3, 29 | ministry which I have placed in their hands. You should love them 461 3, 29 | account appoint yourselves their judges, which I forbid, 462 3, 29 | ragged with vice through their separation from My love, 463 3, 29 | united to My Divine nature. Their sins indeed should displease 464 3, 29 | re-clothe them, washing away their foulness with your tears -- 465 3, 29 | not judge them, leaving their judgment to Me. And I, moved 466 3, 29 | but if they do not correct their life, their dignity will 467 3, 29 | not correct their life, their dignity will be the cause 468 3, 29 | dignity will be the cause of their ruin. For if they do not 469 3, 29 | terribly condemn them at their last extremity, and they 470 3, 30 | sinner, and how different are their deaths, and how the peace 471 3, 30 | creatures endure depend on their will, because if their will 472 3, 30 | on their will, because if their will were in accordance 473 3, 30 | the world, the Devil, and their own sensuality through holy 474 3, 30 | because they have vanquished their enemies during their life. 475 3, 30 | vanquished their enemies during their life. The world cannot accuse 476 3, 30 | during his life he conquered their malice with wisdom, yet 477 3, 30 | sin not being in his soul, their aspect causes him no terror 478 3, 30 | stand afar off shooting their arrows. But their war and 479 3, 30 | shooting their arrows. But their war and their shouts cannot 480 3, 30 | arrows. But their war and their shouts cannot hurt that 481 3, 30 | greater dignity on account of their priesthood, because they 482 3, 30 | others. Oh! how happy are their souls when they come to 483 3, 30 | preachers of the faith to their neighbor. This faith they 484 3, 30 | they have incarnated in their very marrow, and with it 485 3, 30 | marrow, and with it they see their place of repose in Me. The 486 3, 30 | that they did not hope in their own knowledge, and having 487 3, 30 | with great delight to lift their confidence towards Me. Their 488 3, 30 | their confidence towards Me. Their heart, which was a vessel 489 3, 30 | vessel of love, inscribed by their ardent charity with My name, 490 3, 30 | forth with the example of their good and holy life and by 491 3, 30 | life and by the doctrine of their words to their neighbor. 492 3, 30 | doctrine of their words to their neighbor. This heart then 493 3, 31 | death of sinners, and of their pains in the hour of death. ~ 494 3, 31 | How terrible and dark is their death! Because in the moment 495 3, 31 | understand it, the horns of their pride not letting them understand 496 3, 31 | confusion that unless in their life they have taken the 497 3, 31 | although on account of their sins this is great presumption, 498 3, 31 | them to hope therein during their life, although I do not 499 3, 31 | through some delight of their own sensuality, and they 500 3, 31 | grieve in the right way their grief will procure them


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