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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| may awaken love or hatred, but cannot be passed over with 2 Intro, 0| human nature in general, but also upon personal appreciation 3 Intro, 0| indeed be no tampering; but for the determination of 4 Intro, 0| necessarily to the strong. But even Napoleon was conquered 5 Intro, 0| person, escape its rigors, but must, one day, render an 6 Intro, 0| priesthood, its discipline, was but the phenomenal expression, 7 Intro, 0| no palace this time, but a small tradesman's dwelling. 8 Intro, 0| destiny of man. Another case, but how profoundly more significant 9 Intro, 0| less dramatic, it may be, but breathing, nevertheless, 10 Intro, 0| lines of natural humanity do but seem more pathetically human. 11 Intro, 0| only the road she was on, but also herself, although naturally 12 Intro, 0| violently diverted by others. But while the Lord was working 13 Intro, 0| that she was following, but, seeing her immovable in 14 Intro, 0| her eyes again on high; but the vision had entirely 15 Intro, 0| all over Italy, and last, but not least, with the distant 16 Intro, 0| round the city of St. Peter. But not many years passed before 17 Intro, 0| paraphrased it, Ubi Papa ibi Roma; but, in practice, Christendom 18 Intro, 0| of its details Christian, but at least profoundly Catholic, 19 Intro, 0| deserted by the Empire, and, but for him and the organization 20 Intro, 0| country, not only in Italy, but also in Sicily, Corsica, 21 Intro, 0| regeneration of the state; but the spirit in which he pursued 22 Intro, 0| honor them, and rightly; but if they have nothing but 23 Intro, 0| but if they have nothing but this to offer us, our hearts 24 Intro, 0| which not only sees God, but diffuses Him, as by some 25 Intro, 0| mysteries of her religion seem but the natural expression of 26 Intro, 0| well-intentioned no doubt, but not endowed with the higher 27 1, 1 | herself with the truth. But, in no way, does the creature 28 1, 1 | He had for His servants, but rather to manifest it; and, 29 1, 2 | was great and continuous, but grew much more, when the 30 1, 3 | are given as punishments, but as corrections, in order 31 1, 3 | the finite pain endured, but through the infinite desire; 32 1, 3 | and done in finite time; but, inasmuch as they possess 33 1, 4 | not by virtue of the pain, but by virtue of the desire 34 1, 4 | afflicts or dries up the soul, but one which rather fattens 35 1, 4 | and grief for their loss. But I do not, in general, grant 36 1, 4 | the penalty due to them, but, only for their guilt, since 37 1, 4 | sins they have committed, but with imperfect love and 38 1, 4 | remission of the penalty, but only of the guilt; because 39 1, 4 | clemency of the Holy Spirit, but, coming out of their sin, 40 1, 4 | receive the life of grace. But if, like fools, they are 41 1, 4 | the mercy for the ingrate, but solely through the man's 42 1, 4 | which has been paid for him. But, if he delays until the 43 1, 4 | fruit to Me, the Father; but, if a man barters and sells 44 1, 4 | not only for the guilt, but also for the penalty which 45 1, 6 | every rational creature; but its usefulness is more particular 46 1, 6 | good that he might do him, but by doing him a positive 47 1, 6 | from helping his neighbor, but causes him to seize the 48 1, 6 | does not poison one only, but whoever approaches him, 49 1, 7 | grateful and acceptable to Me, but by conceiving, hatred of 50 1, 7 | has conceived in herself, but, loving Me in truth, in 51 1, 7 | the love of the neighbor; but, although I have given them 52 1, 7 | is to say not all to one, but to one, one virtue, and 53 1, 7 | case of spiritual things but also of temporal. I use 54 1, 7 | both for body and soul, but I wish that one should have 55 1, 8 | wicked man's injustice, but is rather proved, that is 56 1, 8 | who render good for evil, but, that many times a good 57 2, 1 | reliance chiefly on penance, but rather on virtues; and how 58 2, 1 | penance. Penance should be but the means to increase virtue 59 2, 1 | which has many branches; but that which gives life to 60 2, 2 | cannot produce fruit of life, but only of death. It is necessary 61 2, 2 | without end and beginning, but would have its beginning 62 2, 3 | not give Me much pleasure; but that I desired the manifold 63 2, 3 | work would not be alone, but accompanied by true discretion, 64 2, 3 | would receive no merit, but would offend Me; thus you 65 2, 3 | wish to combat the spirit, but the will should be dead 66 2, 3 | who give Me not only words but manifold works, and in these 67 2, 3 | them of little account; but they please Me when they 68 2, 3 | limits to her love for Me; but her love for her neighbor, 69 2, 3 | ordered or discreet love, but rather indiscreet, for it 70 2, 3 | love and without measure, but her neighbor with measure, 71 2, 3 | virtues from such a soul, but all their persecutions increase 72 2, 5 | force Me to answer you; but marvel, and see how My spouse 73 2, 5 | should they feed themselves, but it is also their duty to 74 2, 5 | whom he gives the Blood, but to himself he does the harm 75 2, 5 | Blood, nor of the minister, but through his own evil disposition 76 2, 5 | justice demanded suffering. But man was not sufficient to 77 2, 5 | is in the flesh of Adam, but by virtue of the Eternal 78 2, 5 | sufficient to satisfy for guilt, but only by virtue of the divine 79 2, 5 | were generated by them. But this mark is removed from 80 2, 5 | indeed a source of weakness, but the soul can keep the bridle 81 2, 6 | said, men are not grateful, but, going from bad to worse, 82 2, 6 | have received to grace, but seem to themselves on occasion 83 2, 6 | bound to render Me glory, but he deprived Me of it, and 84 2, 6 | did I give you liberty, but, if you examine, you will 85 2, 6 | lose, through their fault, but not their natural existence. 86 2, 6 | because man received more; but sinners neither seem to 87 2, 6 | of the Blood of My Son. But there is a remedy with which 88 2, 6 | the knife nor by cruelty, but peacefully, by humble and 89 2, 7 | sweetness and goodness. But, after sin had closed Heaven 90 2, 7 | remedy which I have offered, but to be willing to drown." ~ 91 2, 8 | world, and arrive at life; but the Bridge could not be 92 2, 10 | not been made for them, but for Me, in order to serve 93 2, 11 | Justice did not let them pass; but, after the stones were made, 94 2, 11 | given by a life of grace, but from Him, that is, without 95 2, 11 | does not walk in darkness, but in light.' And in another 96 2, 11 | But he, who walks not on this 97 2, 11 | not placed on the stones, but is placed, with disordinate 98 2, 11 | the things that he loves), but he does not succeed, either, 99 2, 13 | will not leave you orphans, but will send you the Paraclete' -- 100 2, 13 | Holy Spirit came not alone, but with the power of the Father, 101 2, 13 | actual flesh and blood, but, as I have said, building 102 2, 13 | without any cloud of doubt, but with the light of faith 103 2, 13 | in His bodily presence, but by His power, when the Holy 104 2, 13 | is not the way of truth, but the way of falsehood, by 105 2, 14 | could not contain herself, but standing before the face 106 2, 14 | thought, I find nothing but mercy. Oh, Eternal Father! 107 2, 14 | thus to chatter to You, but the love of Your Mercy will 108 2, 15 | you to intercede with Me,' but know, that My mercy is without 109 2, 15 | finite and an infinite thing. But I have wished that you should 110 2, 15 | feeling or movement of itself, but only when it is moved and 111 2, 15 | has no object before it but themselves, with the dead 112 2, 15 | because it loves nothing but dead things. These three 113 2, 15 | herself through her own power, but only so far as she is helped 114 2, 15 | My help, he can have it, but never can he help himself; 115 2, 15 | self-love, and therefore felt but little; the fruits of this 116 2, 15 | whence proceeds every evil. But if she were grateful for 117 2, 15 | would remain in My love: but she, as if blind, goes groping 118 2, 16 | because they had it not, but because nature gave them 119 2, 17 | neither pure nor liberal, but is double, making a man 120 2, 18 | debt they are bound to pay. But they, like thieves, steal 121 2, 18 | Kingdom of God is among you.' But they knew it not, because, 122 2, 21 | her into so great evil. But if the soul have light to 123 2, 21 | Hell that follows upon it, but on account of pain at her 124 2, 21 | still she can find mercy. But if she pass the Bridge of 125 2, 21 | generally in all her works, but much more on account of 126 2, 22 | thing that fire can consume. But I, by Divine justice, have 127 2, 22 | the offense done to Me, but only for their own pain, 128 2, 23 | separated from human nature, but I let Him suffer like man 129 2, 23 | thus in that last moment, but He will come, with power, 130 2, 23 | glory of the Resurrection. But, to the eye of the damned, 131 2, 23 | darkness to the infirm eye, but to the healthy eye light ( 132 2, 23 | to the illuminated one, but the defect of the eye which 133 2, 23 | come to judge the world, but through their own defect." ~ 134 2, 24 | will or desire any good, but they continually blaspheme 135 2, 24 | hatred of Me and of virtue. But why then did he do it? He 136 2, 25 | time having come to naught, but she can always love with 137 2, 25 | satisfied, she has hunger, but the tediousness of satiety 138 2, 25 | have not lost their love, but have it still, participating 139 2, 25 | alone, for it is not so, but it is shared by all the 140 2, 25 | it, because it is full, but they have an exultation, 141 2, 25 | have not left it behind, but, with it, they will pass 142 2, 25 | the gifts of their body, but this desire does not afflict 143 2, 25 | do not actually feel it, but they rejoice in tasting 144 2, 25 | gives bliss to the soul, but the soul will give bliss 145 2, 25 | not by virtue of itself, but by virtue of the soul, which 146 2, 25 | He is one thing with Me. But their bodily eye, as I told 147 2, 25 | they can work any good, but they rejoice and delight 148 2, 25 | fear, the Divine judgment, but with joy, and the Face of 149 2, 25 | with My Divine Majesty, but in the vision of those who 150 2, 26 | the soul only is reproved, but, at the General Judgment, 151 2, 26 | not by virtue of the body but only out of the fullness 152 2, 26 | one can go to the Father but by Me.' He is the Door and 153 2, 27 | creatures to be conquered, but that they may conquer, proving 154 2, 27 | strikes you and slays you. But if man do not give this 155 2, 27 | of sin in any temptation, but will even be fortified by 156 2, 27 | you (for he has not love), but rather to deprive you of 157 2, 27 | you they cannot be forced, but they voluntarily put themselves 158 2, 27 | had those perfect ones, but, in them, it is imperfect, 159 2, 27 | other waits for judgment, but, in departing this life, 160 2, 27 | and who care for nothing but themselves, to love themselves 161 2, 27 | sensuality on the other; but as soon as he, with hatred 162 2, 27 | love anything without Me. But they, as if blinded by the 163 2, 27 | servants pass without pain, but their pain is alleviated. 164 2, 27 | not an Acceptor of persons but of holy desire. And this 165 2, 28 | Bodily pain My servants bear, but their minds are free, that 166 2, 28 | seeing Me face to face. But after the soul has left 167 2, 28 | and thus being satisfied; but know that the will is satisfied 168 2, 28 | But how have they the earnest 169 2, 28 | has the form of the eye, but who has covered the pupil ( 170 2, 28 | self-love, she does not see, but only has the form of the 171 2, 28 | Mine, and I will nothing but your sanctification. At 172 2, 28 | servants suffered corporally but not mentally, because the 173 2, 28 | and they desire nothing but what I desire. If I allow 174 2, 29 | salvation of creatures, but rather arranged for the 175 2, 30 | daughter, I am not a Despiser, but the Fulfiller of holy desire, 176 2, 30 | cannot live without love, but always wants to love something, 177 2, 30 | memory is filled with nothing but that which the affection 178 2, 30 | discern and see nothing but such glittering objects. 179 2, 30 | cannot desire anything but good, and vice, appearing 180 2, 30 | good, causes him to sin. But, because the eye, on account 181 2, 32 | to the Father and drink,' but He said 'Come to Me.' He 182 2, 32 | Father, there can be no pain, but in My Son there can be pain. 183 2, 32 | Father, there can be no pain, but in Him there can be pain, 184 2, 33 | when touched, resounds, but not so when it is full. 185 2, 33 | disordinate love of the world, but filled immediately it is 186 2, 34 | arriving at the second state, but few she saw who arrived 187 2, 35 | the vomit of mortal sin, but, if they do not arise with 188 2, 35 | sufficient to give eternal life. But love with holy fear is sufficient, 189 2, 35 | does not break the old law, but rather fulfills it, as said 190 2, 35 | not to destroy the law, but to fulfill it.' And He united 191 2, 35 | of one's own damnation, but of offending Me, who am 192 2, 35 | that sin is not punished, but that the punishment is reserved, 193 2, 35 | lives is his time for mercy, but when he is dead comes the 194 2, 36 | at the punishment of sin, but at the fruit of virtue, 195 2, 36 | will succeed in doing so. But there are many who begin 196 2, 37 | servile fear of punishment, but rather with love. This very 197 2, 37 | them consolation indeed, but not grace. At such a time 198 2, 37 | know that I wish nothing but their good, through the 199 2, 37 | making them sons of adoption. But, since they are imperfect, 200 2, 37 | first called in this way, but this is because the soul 201 2, 37 | with the purpose, had she but time, of serving Me, irrespectively 202 2, 37 | His sweet conversation, but, when the time of trouble 203 2, 37 | not bear any pain himself, but his terror of the very approach 204 2, 37 | their other good works, but go on, with perseverance, 205 2, 37 | according to their deserts, but I do not reveal Myself to 206 2, 37 | these of whom I have spoken, but while they remain in the 207 2, 38 | proportion to her desire, but I make three special manifestations. 208 2, 39 | will manifest My Father," but "I will manifest myself." ~ 209 2, 39 | He manifested Himself. But why did He not say, 'I will 210 2, 39 | My doctrine is not Mine, but My Father's who sent Me,' 211 2, 39 | with Him and He with Me are but one thing. For this reason 212 2, 39 | will manifest the Father,' but 'I will manifest Myself,' 213 2, 39 | manifest the Father to you,' but rather, 'I will manifest 214 2, 40 | imperfectly through servile fear, but, by exercise and perseverance, 215 2, 40 | until after the Ascension. But when My Truth returned to 216 2, 40 | she arrives at true love. But when they had persevered 217 2, 40 | time to time, not in grace but in feeling. My Truth showed 218 2, 40 | particular, to the disciples, but referred in general to the 219 2, 40 | Spirit did not return alone, but came with My power, and 220 2, 40 | through its own defect, but through the defect of the 221 2, 40 | that account, look back, but perseveres with humility 222 2, 40 | await me? Not in idleness, but in watching and continued 223 2, 40 | not only with physical, but also with intellectual watching, 224 2, 40 | knowing that I desire nothing but her sanctification, which 225 2, 40 | withdraw from her, not by grace but by sentiment. Once more 226 2, 40 | again in its death-struggle, but, with correction and reproof, 227 2, 41 | the vessel becomes empty, but if he keep his vessel standing 228 2, 41 | grace that you love Me, but because you ought to do 229 3, 2 | But do not think that the soul 230 3, 2 | think of anything further, but seem to place devout attention 231 3, 2 | doing only this, she bears but little fruit, which pleases 232 3, 2 | fruit, which pleases Me but little. But if you ask Me, 233 3, 2 | which pleases Me but little. But if you ask Me, whether the 234 3, 2 | not to fall into idleness. But she should not say her vocal 235 3, 2 | considered in particular, but in general, so that the 236 3, 2 | particular and hideous sins. But, as I said, I do not wish 237 3, 2 | account of her confusion, but also through the despair 238 3, 2 | been passed in darkness, but I will hide myself in the 239 3, 2 | at perfect mental prayer; but if she simply aims at completing 240 3, 2 | she had resolved to say, but if she has not time to complete 241 3, 2 | death, say their office. But if they, at the hour appointed 242 3, 2 | the office be not omitted. But, in any other case, vocal 243 3, 2 | she should not abandon it, but use it in the way that I 244 3, 2 | attained to through many words, but through affection of desire, 245 3, 3 | of her own consolations. But from this hatred, founded 246 3, 3 | that are against reason, but also for things that in 247 3, 4 | only-begotten Son, not fearing pain, but rather glorying therein. 248 3, 4 | House of Self-Knowledge, but that, in the time of the 249 3, 5 | follow the Father alone, but they who are perfect desire 250 3, 5 | not wish to suffer pain, but only to have the delight 251 3, 5 | delight which they find in Me. But they, as if drunken with 252 3, 5 | occasion enough for it; but the principal part of what 253 3, 5 | able to have Holy Baptism, but desiring it with the affection 254 3, 5 | unless he wish to do so; but, falling, as he will, into 255 3, 5 | upon the face of the soul. But, if the soul be unable to 256 3, 5 | of this precious Blood. But if you are able to confess, 257 3, 5 | which I have been speaking. But let no one be so mad as 258 3, 5 | clothed with your humanity. But because the one nature is 259 3, 5 | separated from the Body; but the fruit, which came out 260 3, 6 | loving Me above everything, but that My mercy shines in 261 3, 7 | deprived of their property, but only to deprive them of 262 3, 7 | deprive them of charity. But in thinking to deprive My 263 3, 7 | participate in My beauty. But, rebelling against Me in 264 3, 7 | deprived by their sins, but as My justiciars, manifesting 265 3, 8 | longer now can give her pain, but only compassion, because 266 3, 8 | world. Pain in her is ended, but not love, as the tortured 267 3, 8 | Cross in His painful death, but His love -- no. For had 268 3, 8 | being, you could not be, but My love created you, and 269 3, 8 | pain ended in their death, but not so the affection of 270 3, 9 | this feeling and union. But it being pleasing to My 271 3, 9 | struck, made no resistance, but said: 'My Lord, what do 272 3, 10 | their will is not their own, but becomes one with Mine, they 273 3, 10 | in discord with My Will; but they run their course with 274 3, 10 | are in the third state, but they glory, through My Name, 275 3, 10 | desires is not pleasing to Me; but when I permit to them many 276 3, 11 | defect of the Scriptures, but of them who heard them, 277 3, 11 | light; not a natural light, but a supernatural, so that, 278 3, 11 | not to dissolve the law, but to fulfill it.' It is almost 279 3, 11 | The Law is now imperfect, but with My Blood I will make 280 3, 11 | whence proceeds science. But because they have lost the 281 3, 12 | can be learnt in the Truth but what is seen by the eye 282 3, 13 | imperfect tears caused by fear; but first rather of the tears 283 3, 13 | weep for very sweetness; but since their love is imperfect, 284 3, 14 | But the soul, exercising herself 285 3, 14 | But, inasmuch as she has not 286 3, 14 | removed, as has been said, but it is a spiritual love with 287 3, 14 | is, of spiritual passion. But, growing, and exercising 288 3, 14 | does not think of herself, but only of rendering glory 289 3, 14 | according to her own tastes, but accepting them according 290 3, 14 | enduring them with patience, but sustaining them with joy, 291 3, 14 | you cannot repay to Me, but you can pay it to My rational 292 3, 14 | whether spiritual or temporal, but loving him solely for the 293 3, 14 | this further state does but increase the riches of grace 294 3, 14 | the effect of My Goodness, but the humble soul should despise 295 3, 14 | are given her by My love, but in so far as she desires 296 3, 14 | remain in the second stage, but return to the valley of 297 3, 14 | with the Divine nature. But do you, His pilgrim-members, 298 3, 14 | have now reached the last, but to that further grade of 299 3, 15 | tears can become infinite, but I call them infinite, on 300 3, 15 | satisfied in this life, but the more the soul loves 301 3, 15 | this desire the eye weeps. But when the soul is separated 302 3, 15 | she has so long desired; but, in this way, hunger is 303 3, 15 | the tears remain behind, but the affection of love has 304 3, 15 | taken out of the furnace, but the heat of the fire has 305 3, 16 | received into the soul. But first will I speak to you 306 3, 16 | But many and diverse are their 307 3, 16 | tree on which grow nothing but fruits of death, putrid 308 3, 16 | valley of true humility; but those who live thus miserably 309 3, 16 | can bear no fruits of life but only of death. Their fruits 310 3, 16 | life, as has been said, but My Justice, My Divine Goodness, 311 3, 16 | on Me, the Supreme Good; but such as these always judge 312 3, 16 | they think of nothing else but cursing and condemning My 313 3, 16 | proceeded was not clean, but all spotted with duplicity 314 3, 16 | marvel, they can turn no way but that in which they can be 315 3, 16 | himself there is nothing but Myself, the Eternal God. 316 3, 18 | which pass like the wind. But this you cannot know thoroughly, 317 3, 18 | smallest sin, against his will, but that this law of perversity 318 3, 18 | should be conquered by it, but in order that he should 319 3, 18 | no way matter for pride, but rather for true and perfect 320 3, 18 | any sin by its strivings, but supplies a reason to make 321 3, 19 | that of the will of man. But, if they were not thus clothed 322 3, 19 | indeed, for my own pleasure, but in order to please God the 323 3, 19 | were not in this condition, but were truly humble and not 324 3, 20 | which wishes naught else but your good, and gives and 325 3, 20 | shouting of the people. But all this He passed through 326 3, 20 | either spiritual or temporal, but, like one who has placed 327 3, 20 | whatever source it comes, but rather enduring the troubles, 328 3, 20 | neighbor for her own profit, but purely through love alone. 329 3, 20 | not as an end in itself, but as a means which helps them 330 3, 20 | of any rational creature, but rejoices in every condition 331 3, 20 | only in the case of good, but even when he sees something 332 3, 20 | not fall into judgment, but rather into true and holy 333 3, 20 | love is not disordinate, but has been ordered in Me, 334 3, 20 | to judge the will of men, but only the will of My Clemency. 335 3, 20 | resounded not only in your mind, but also in your ear. So much 336 3, 20 | seeing nothing in others, but My will, not in order to 337 3, 20 | not in order to judge, but, as has been said, with 338 3, 20 | said, wishes nothing else but your good; so that everything 339 3, 20 | But, nevertheless, in order 340 3, 20 | never discern by judgment, but with holy compassion." ~ 341 3, 21 | receive the earnest-money, but not the full payment, because 342 3, 21 | earnest-money in itself, but through faith, through the 343 3, 21 | neighbor's, is not yet perfect, but expects perfection in immortal 344 3, 21 | sense, a perfect grace, but not that perfection of My 345 3, 22 | the person of Your Son, but also a medicine against 346 3, 22 | for myself alone, Father, but for the whole world, and 347 3, 23 | not despising her desire, but granting her requests, proceeded 348 3, 23 | will fulfill your desires, but do not you fail, or they 349 3, 24 | all rational creatures, but, among these I have especially 350 3, 24 | and man are not divided, but remain in each particle. 351 3, 24 | of what I have given you, but that you increase your strength 352 3, 24 | receive, or of the minister; but you personally participate 353 3, 24 | fallen, which can do nothing but crackle when brought near 354 3, 24 | extinguished, and nothing remains but smoke; so this soul has 355 3, 24 | remain by grace in that soul, but leaves her, and, in the 356 3, 24 | Sacrament she feels nothing but the crackling of a remorseful 357 3, 24 | that can receive no hurt, but on account of the water 358 3, 25 | the aforesaid Sacrament, but not those of the soul; therefore 359 3, 25 | sentiments are deceived; but the soul cannot be deceived 360 3, 25 | the minister was saying. But sight remained alone in 361 3, 25 | the savor of the bread; but the palate of the soul, 362 3, 25 | of the body are deluded, but not those of the soul, for 363 3, 25 | with bodily perceptions, but rather with your spiritual 364 3, 26 | really separated from It, but constantly united to Me. 365 3, 27 | their offenses against Me, but also, that, if they gave 366 3, 27 | to you in another place. But far more do I demand purity 367 3, 28 | thinking of themselves, but solely of My honor and the 368 3, 28 | for want of correcting, but they charitably corrected 369 3, 28 | he would never cure him, but the putrefaction would rather 370 3, 28 | body under the same pastor. But if he were a physician, 371 3, 28 | putrefaction of mortal sin. But they act not so today, but, 372 3, 28 | But they act not so today, but, in cases of evil doing, 373 3, 28 | prelacy, they do not correct, but act like blind ones, in 374 3, 28 | be able to maintain it; but they do not, because they 375 3, 28 | they are deprived of light. But, thinking to preserve their 376 3, 28 | see they do not correct, but allow themselves to be bound 377 3, 28 | I have narrated to you), but was resplendent in them, 378 3, 28 | terrestrial angels, not by nature, but by their ministry, and the 379 3, 28 | spiritual, caring not for them. But they, miserable, faithless, 380 3, 28 | before the whole crowd, but with lively faith he believed 381 3, 28 | because they were not alone but were accompanied, because 382 3, 28 | because they were not alone but were accompanied they feared 383 3, 28 | could injure their souls; but they on the contrary could 384 3, 28 | negligence and ignorance, but rather recognized it to 385 3, 28 | not being gnawed by envy, but expanded with the broadness 386 3, 28 | from or refusing any labor, but with zeal for souls and 387 3, 29 | them offend Me miserably. But I wish seculars to hold 388 3, 29 | own sakes, as I have said, but for Mine, by reason of the 389 3, 29 | who live miserably in sin, but not on that account appoint 390 3, 29 | they will only receive it, but if they do not correct their 391 3, 30 | labors on that account, but because labors cause no 392 3, 30 | man naturally fears death; but since the virtue of a just 393 3, 30 | guardian, does not gnaw but remains in peace. ~ 394 3, 30 | herself to have used her time but little; but this is not 395 3, 30 | used her time but little; but this is not an afflictive 396 3, 30 | not an afflictive pain, but rather profitable, for the 397 3, 30 | hope in his own virtues, but only in the Blood in which 398 3, 30 | many diverse phantasms, but the poison of sin not being 399 3, 30 | cannot endure the sight, but stand afar off shooting 400 3, 30 | off shooting their arrows. But their war and their shouts 401 3, 30 | by grace, not as her due, but by virtue of Jesus Christ 402 3, 30 | pass in this sweet manner, but to a far greater extent 403 3, 30 | all can have in general, but of the supernatural light 404 3, 30 | that he may attain to it, but an individual case does 405 3, 30 | been negligent or ignorant, but have solicitously opened 406 3, 30 | no servile fear in them, but holy fear. Wherefore they 407 3, 31 | which I made them ministers, but in themselves alone, and 408 3, 31 | he turns he hears nothing but reproaches with great confusion. 409 3, 31 | mercy has a hope in mercy, but rather has presumption), 410 3, 31 | But arriving at the extremity 411 3, 31 | Me by means of My mercy, but rather that they should 412 3, 31 | consideration of My goodness. But they act in a contrary way, 413 3, 31 | will procure them mercy. But it is no fragility of your 414 3, 31 | no pleasure and nothing but intolerable suffering in 415 3, 31 | indeed for his own loss, but not for the offense done 416 3, 31 | of My inestimable love, but because they have used it 417 3, 31 | have not known it in truth, but in so far as they have turned 418 3, 31 | My mercy they did nothing but offend Me miserably. Oh! 419 3, 31 | might gain more with it, but you in your presumption 420 3, 31 | conscience sleeps no longer, but is gnawing you, the devils 421 3, 31 | nor for the sake of gifts, but solely with regard to virtue, 422 3, 31 | so that he may despair, but so that he may come to a 423 3, 31 | be caused to him by sin; but those who have passed their 424 3, 31 | if they do not wish it, but the suffering of condemnation, 425 3, 31 | of the other, that it is but a trifle. See how great 426 3, 31 | receive the greater pains. But the wretches do not know 427 3, 31 | not come to such misery, but would be that which they 428 3, 31 | spouse, and think of nothing but stripping her for their 429 3, 32 | soul, not afflicting her, but fattening her with insatiable 430 3, 32 | filled she is not sated, but ever desires You, and the 431 3, 32 | side I turn I find nothing but the abyss and fire of Your 432 3, 32 | all Your creatures? No, but You alone, most sweet and 433 3, 32 | the salvation of souls, but I beg of You, by Your grace, 434 3, 32 | designs towards the world, but descend and fulfill the 435 3, 32 | sakes who do not knock, but on account of Your infinite 436 3, 32 | wherefore do not delay, but turn the eye of Your mercy 437 4, 1 | misery, and not only he, but the whole human race, as 438 4, 1 | concerning this virtue. But observe that obedience may 439 4, 1 | that account separated, but united as I explained to 440 4, 1 | as love cannot be alone, but is accompanied by all the 441 4, 1 | He possessed them all, but in a different way from 442 4, 1 | never heard in murmuring, but He patiently embraced His 443 4, 2 | hand, to open the door. But bind this key with the cord 444 4, 2 | escape eternal damnation; but they hold it in their hand 445 4, 2 | clothed with My pleasure, but still seek to please themselves; 446 4, 2 | not desire to be despised, but rather take delight in the 447 4, 2 | wish to while they live, but if they do not wish they 448 4, 2 | consort will feel no trouble, but only peace and quiet; the 449 4, 2 | wrinkled with impatience, but smooth and pleasant with 450 4, 3 | repaired the key of obedience, but worldly men devoid of every 451 4, 3 | that those done to you are but trifles. You will see that 452 4, 3 | injures you do not love him; but they are to be taken naturally 453 4, 3 | in such darkness or cold, but observe obedience in the 454 4, 4 | general obedience of precepts, but take on themselves a particular 455 4, 4 | have life and not death, but take upon themselves a particular 456 4, 4 | divided from the first, but is more perfect, for, as 457 4, 5 | itself cannot be damaged, but only the offender. It is 458 4, 5 | entrance into religion, but only on their perseverance, 459 4, 5 | material for a real judgment, but only the love of those who 460 4, 5 | substance never failed them, but they had more than their 461 4, 5 | than their needs demanded. But because the stench of self-love 462 4, 5 | desiring to please any creature but only your will; desiring 463 4, 5 | But you will say, 'Are not all 464 4, 5 | founded on this point?' Yes, but though they are all founded 465 4, 5 | through defect of the ship, but through disobedient subjects 466 4, 5 | true and voluntary poverty, but having it also. And as a 467 4, 5 | his spouse Queen Poverty. But for his more immediate and 468 4, 5 | themselves to anything, but remaining at this table, 469 4, 5 | would not be provided for, but he never. Being clothed 470 4, 5 | the eye of the intellect, but also of the body, he does 471 4, 5 | can be darkened in itself, but only in their souls, for 472 4, 5 | desire the death of a sinner, but rather that he should be 473 4, 5 | and joyous and flagrant, but the wretches who do not 474 4, 5 | do not observe the order, but transgress its vows, have 475 4, 5 | possesses every delight, but in the beginning its subjects 476 4, 5 | were not as they are now, but blooming flowers, and men 477 4, 5 | applied himself to nothing but prayer, preaching, and disputation 478 4, 5 | confessed it in his life but even at the moment of his 479 4, 5 | revealed to him his death, but like a true knight he fearlessly 480 4, 6 | Humility is not alone but has the handmaid of contempt 481 4, 6 | and not to desire honor but shame. Thus dead to himself, 482 4, 6 | ship of a religious order, but however he may enter it ( 483 4, 6 | their heads with humility, but proudly do so, because they 484 4, 6 | delicately, not like religious but like nobles, without watching 485 4, 6 | leave the ship of the order, but should walk the narrow path 486 4, 6 | conform himself to their sins, but to draw them out of their 487 4, 6 | or opinions of his heart, but he flies sloth, rising above 488 4, 6 | mind of My other servants, but rather worthy of pain, for 489 4, 6 | My providence fail him, but with faith and the key of 490 4, 6 | not leave the refectory, but visits it continually and 491 4, 6 | laying it by for his own use, but freely shares it with his 492 4, 6 | thinking of the morrow, but rather depriving himself 493 4, 6 | all, never refusing labor, but serving all with charity. 494 4, 6 | choose his time or place, but prefers the way of his order 495 4, 6 | neck through impatience, but is patient with fortitude 496 4, 6 | his superior in the order, but calling him humbly, turns 497 4, 6 | anger, hatred, or rancor, but with meekness and benevolence. ~ 498 4, 7 | many hundredfold in merit; but you always necessarily arrive 499 4, 7 | is no sadness in charity, but the joy of it makes the 500 4, 8 | longer that of a religious but of an incarnate devil, as


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