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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 1, 1 | to say: "Open the eye of your intellect, and gaze into 2 1, 2 | endure, I implore You, in Your kindness, to punish them 3 1, 4 | you do not even exist; for your very being, as you will 4 1, 4 | patience, with grief for your sins, and with love of virtue 5 1, 4 | thus, I will satisfy for your sins, and for those of My 6 1, 4 | life, when the stains of your ignorance are effaced, and 7 1, 4 | say then, that, through your desires, they will receive 8 1, 4 | to increase the fire of your desire, and let not a moment 9 1, 4 | continual prayers before Me for your neighbors. I say this to 10 1, 4 | you and to the father of your soul, whom I have given 11 1, 4 | make yourselves dead to all your own sensuality." ~ 12 1, 6 | is obtained by means of your neighbor, and likewise, 13 1, 6 | you are obliged to love your neighbor as yourself, and 14 1, 6 | he may be, at least with your goodwill if you have nothing 15 1, 6 | are close at hand, under your eyes, as to whom, I say, 16 1, 6 | every other respect in which your neighbor may be seen to 17 1, 6 | sin is when you deprive your neighbor of that which you 18 1, 7 | accomplished by means of your neighbor, through the principles 19 1, 7 | you may exercise and prove your virtue therewith; because, 20 1, 7 | profit, you should do it to your neighbor. This proves that 21 1, 7 | you possess Me by grace in your soul, producing much fruit 22 1, 7 | producing much fruit for your neighbor and making prayers 23 2, 3 | replied to you, speaking in your mind, 'I take delight in 24 2, 4 | My Lord, turn the eyes of Your mercy upon Your people, 25 2, 4 | eyes of Your mercy upon Your people, and upon the mystical 26 2, 4 | themselves escape through Your infinite goodness from the 27 2, 4 | for which reason I pray Your divine and eternal love 28 2, 4 | and eternal love to take Your revenge on me, and to do 29 2, 4 | on me, and to do mercy to Your people, and never will I 30 2, 4 | will I depart from before Your presence until I see that 31 2, 4 | to me if I have life, and Your people death, and the clouds 32 2, 4 | clouds of darkness cover Your spouse, when it is my own 33 2, 4 | own sins, and not those of Your other creatures, that are 34 2, 4 | then, and beg of You, by Your grace, that You have mercy 35 2, 4 | that You have mercy on Your people, and I adjure You 36 2, 4 | You that You do this by Your uncreated love which moved 37 2, 4 | Yourself to create man in Your image and similitude, saying, " 38 2, 4 | memory in order to receive Your benefits, by which he participates 39 2, 4 | that he might know, seeing Your goodness, and so might participate 40 2, 4 | participate in the wisdom of Your only-begotten Son; and will, 41 2, 4 | intellect has seen and known of Your truth, thus participating 42 2, 4 | participating in the clemency of Your Holy Spirit. What reason 43 2, 4 | love with which You saw Your creature in Yourself, and 44 2, 4 | he might taste and enjoy Your Eternal Good. I see therefore 45 2, 4 | into a state of war with Your kindness, that is to say, 46 2, 4 | is to say, we all became Your enemies. ~ 47 2, 4 | the only-begotten Word, Your Son, to be the Mediator 48 2, 4 | injustices, and performed Your obedience, Eternal Father, 49 2, 4 | as our humanity? We are Your image, and You have become 50 2, 4 | You that You do mercy to Your creatures." ~ 51 2, 5 | My sweetest daughter, your tears constrain Me, because 52 2, 5 | fall for love of Me, and your painful desires force Me 53 2, 5 | Myself to the baseness of your human generation, in order 54 2, 5 | My own Son, clothed in your own very nature, the corrupted 55 2, 5 | of the Deity united with your nature, the bitter medicine 56 2, 5 | which sin you take from your father and your mother when 57 2, 5 | take from your father and your mother when you were generated 58 2, 6 | divine nature, and taking your humanity, and, freeing you 59 2, 6 | justice. Take, therefore, your tears and your sweat, drawn 60 2, 6 | therefore, your tears and your sweat, drawn from the fountain 61 2, 6 | and thus will I fulfill your desire if you, on your part, 62 2, 6 | fulfill your desire if you, on your part, endure much, casting 63 2, 6 | much, casting the light of your patience into the darkness 64 2, 7 | And so, wishing to remedy your great evils, I have given 65 2, 8 | my daughter, the eye of your intellect, and you will 66 2, 8 | that is, that the earth of your humanity is joined to the 67 2, 8 | the earth, and joined with your humanity, made the Bridge 68 2, 9 | you were mad with love of Your creature, as if You could 69 2, 9 | who have no heed of us, Your greatness does not increase 70 2, 9 | had of us? We are rather Your guilty and malignant debtors. 71 2, 9 | punished for me. For I see Your Word, Your Son, fastened 72 2, 9 | me. For I see Your Word, Your Son, fastened and nailed 73 2, 9 | Bridge, as You have shown me, Your miserable servant, for which 74 2, 9 | do not; should it please Your goodness to manifest this 75 2, 10 | lowliness of the earth of your humanity. ~ 76 2, 11 | because the Truth has become your food, nor fall in the darkness, 77 2, 13 | darkness in the mind of your hearers, that is, that they 78 2, 13 | sent Me to you, and made Me your Bridge, so that you might 79 2, 13 | for whom I ask in addition your tears and sweat, in order 80 2, 14 | which You cover the sins of Your creatures! I do not wonder 81 2, 14 | Mercy, who proceeds from Your Eternal Father, the Divinity 82 2, 14 | Divinity who governs with Your power the whole world, by 83 2, 14 | re-created in the Blood of Your Son. Your Mercy preserves 84 2, 14 | in the Blood of Your Son. Your Mercy preserves us, Your 85 2, 14 | Your Mercy preserves us, Your Mercy caused Your Son to 86 2, 14 | preserves us, Your Mercy caused Your Son to do battle for us, 87 2, 14 | Death! By what means? Mercy! Your Mercy gives light and life, 88 2, 14 | light and life, by which Your clemency is known in all 89 2, 14 | clemency is known in all Your creatures, both the just 90 2, 14 | In the height of Heaven Your Mercy shines, that is, in 91 2, 14 | Mercy shines, that is, in Your saints. If I turn to the 92 2, 14 | the earth, it abounds with Your Mercy. In the darkness of 93 2, 14 | In the darkness of Hell Your Mercy shines, for the damned 94 2, 14 | pains they deserve; with Your Mercy You temper Justice. 95 2, 14 | You wish to converse with Your creatures. Oh, Loving Madman! 96 2, 14 | holy fathers to fulfill Your Mercy and Your Truth in 97 2, 14 | to fulfill Your Mercy and Your Truth in them? Because Your 98 2, 14 | Your Truth in them? Because Your goodness promises a reward 99 2, 14 | withdraw from their pain Your servants, and give them 100 2, 14 | the fruit of their labors. Your Mercy constrains You to 101 2, 14 | should not lose the memory of Your benefits. Wherefore every 102 2, 14 | the Altar, in the body of Your Holy Church. What has done 103 2, 14 | Church. What has done this? Your Mercy. Oh, Divine Mercy! 104 2, 14 | to You, but the love of Your Mercy will be my excuse 105 2, 14 | excuse before the Face of Your loving-kindness." ~ 106 2, 15 | than you can see, because your sight is imperfect, and 107 2, 15 | Bridge. Open the eye of your intellect, and wonder at 108 2, 16 | soul, where have you left your dignity? You were made sister 109 2, 19 | drawing you from out of your servitude when you were 110 2, 20 | been given to them with your mortal flesh. ~ 111 2, 20 | have reached the moment of your corporal death, arise and 112 2, 20 | before the Supreme Judge with your injustice and false judgment, 113 2, 20 | and with the vanity of your heart, with which you set 114 2, 20 | heart, with which you set your sails to winds which were 115 2, 20 | winds which were contrary to your salvation, for with the 116 2, 20 | dignities of the world at your own will, following your 117 2, 20 | your own will, following your fragile flesh and the temptations 118 2, 20 | devil, who, with the sail of your own will set, has led you 119 2, 23 | like man to satisfy for your guilt. He will not come 120 2, 25 | for My honor, they desire your salvation, and always pray 121 2, 25 | and likeness. The eye of your intellect is not sufficient 122 2, 25 | not sufficient to see, nor your ear to hear, nor your tongue 123 2, 25 | nor your ear to hear, nor your tongue to tell of the good 124 2, 25 | which gives you assurance of your resurrection. There, they 125 2, 27 | you in the beginning of your life, when you prayed Me 126 2, 27 | united with the earth of your humanity. At the foot of 127 2, 27 | then I said to you, 'I am your God, unmoving and unchangeable,' 128 2, 27 | disordinate fear, and how I am your God, immovable, who am not 129 2, 28 | and I will nothing but your sanctification. At once 130 2, 29 | great is the delusion of Your creatures. I would that, 131 2, 29 | when it is pleasing to Your Goodness, You would more 132 2, 29 | steps figured in the Body of Your only Son, and what method 133 2, 29 | depths and to keep the way of Your Truth, and who are those 134 2, 30 | you more fully, satisfying your desire. You know that every 135 2, 30 | of reason or without it. Your reason is attached to Me 136 2, 30 | reason is attached to Me when your will does not, by disordinate 137 2, 33 | you should follow, I am in your midst, reposing, by grace, 138 2, 33 | reposing, by grace, in your souls. In order to have 139 2, 33 | Me above everything, and your neighbor as yourself, which 140 2, 33 | object of the vision of your intellect, so that, in Him, 141 2, 33 | love and desire Me, who am your End. When these virtues 142 2, 35 | fire of My charity into your humanity with abundance 143 2, 39 | should be separated from your bodies. Then, indeed, will 144 2, 39 | indeed, will you see Me, your GOD, and My Son, the Word, 145 2, 39 | general Resurrection, when your humanity will be conformed 146 2, 39 | veiled the Divine nature with your humanity, so that you might 147 2, 39 | veiled in the flesh of your humanity. He manifested 148 2, 41 | placed you in the midst of your fellows, that you may do 149 2, 41 | to say, that you may love your neighbor of free grace, 150 2, 41 | love Me, that you must love your neighbor. Do you know how 151 3, 1 | attend to nothing except your vocal prayers.' He acts 152 3, 2 | to Me, you must enlarge your hearts and affections in 153 3, 2 | wishing to prove to you that your life had been deluded, and 154 3, 2 | you did that which was your duty, which My goodness ( 155 3, 2 | afflict yourself or to lament your sins.' And once more I gave 156 3, 2 | gave you the light to see your true path, namely, humiliation 157 3, 2 | not being able to resist your humble hope in My goodness, 158 3, 5 | perfection. Open the eye of your intellect and see them running 159 3, 5 | Lamb, You were dead when Your side was opened. Why then 160 3, 5 | want to be struck and have Your heart divided?' And He replied 161 3, 5 | remember Me in the time of your life, when you could, now 162 3, 5 | will I not remember you in your death.' ~ 163 3, 5 | the Word, clothed with your humanity. But because the 164 3, 5 | desire that I had to complete your redemption, because it was 165 3, 5 | the pain and desire for your salvation, is infinite, 166 3, 8 | that is, had I not loved your being, you could not be, 167 3, 9 | Show me that which it is Your pleasure for me to do, and 168 3, 13 | and I have not despised your desire; open well the eye 169 3, 13 | desire; open well the eye of your intellect and I will show 170 3, 14 | Divine nature united to your humanity. ~ 171 3, 14 | all virtues by means of your neighbor, I having given 172 3, 14 | rational creature, loving your neighbor without being loved 173 3, 14 | without consideration of your own advantage, whether spiritual 174 3, 14 | Me above everything, and your neighbor as yourselves. ~ 175 3, 14 | without fulfilling that of your neighbor, for these two 176 3, 14 | two laws are the feet of your affection by which the precepts 177 3, 14 | two states united nourish your soul in virtue, making her 178 3, 14 | love. My only-begotten Son, your Captain, was the only One 179 3, 15 | not say that in this life your tears can become infinite, 180 3, 15 | of the infinite desire of your soul from which they proceed. 181 3, 15 | Thus is your desire infinite, otherwise 182 3, 15 | affection and desire of your souls. In this sense I said 183 3, 15 | the case of the water in your furnace. The water has not 184 3, 17 | Salvation, who, through Your Love, gave us Love Himself, 185 3, 17 | with You, in the person of Your only-begotten Son. By this 186 3, 17 | only-begotten Son. By this abyss of Your fiery Love, I beg of You 187 3, 17 | far in darkness away from Your doctrine, of which You have 188 3, 17 | Nevertheless, if it please Your Goodness to grant me a few 189 3, 17 | occasion, when I am praying for Your creatures, and in particular 190 3, 17 | creatures, and in particular for Your servants, and I seem to 191 3, 17 | the sign which revealed Your Presence. If I remember 192 3, 17 | false judgment concerning Your creatures and servants. 193 3, 18 | yourself, and open the eye of your intellect to see Me, the 194 3, 18 | rise above the feelings of your senses. ~ 195 3, 18 | And I, who take delight in your request, will satisfy your 196 3, 18 | your request, will satisfy your demand. Not that you can 197 3, 18 | the cause of you and of your increase; not those of Mine. 198 3, 18 | revert to the beginning of your request concerning the three 199 3, 18 | having done so, in order that your creeping intelligence may 200 3, 18 | this I will explain to you your request, telling you in 201 3, 18 | by means of the eye of your intellect and the light 202 3, 18 | you may have lost it by your own defects. For, in baptism, 203 3, 18 | unless you first recognize your own fragility, how strong 204 3, 18 | fragility, how strong is your inclination, through the 205 3, 18 | of perversity with which your members are bound, to rebel 206 3, 18 | bound, to rebel against Me, your Creator (not that by this 207 3, 18 | necessary is this light, for your sins consist in nothing 208 3, 19 | as they may be needed for your salvation, and to complete 209 3, 20 | which wishes naught else but your good, and gives and permits 210 3, 20 | the Eternal Father, and your salvation. And, inflamed 211 3, 20 | withdrawing on account of your ingratitude or ignorance 212 3, 20 | love, with such hatred of your sins. It was as if the sweet 213 3, 20 | to choose to serve Me in your own way, instead of in the 214 3, 20 | Eternal Father, who have in Your House many mansions.' And 215 3, 20 | humility: 'To-day it is your turn, and tomorrow it will 216 3, 20 | Truth at the beginning of your life, when you were thinking 217 3, 20 | words resounded not only in your mind, but also in your ear. 218 3, 20 | in your mind, but also in your ear. So much so, that, if 219 3, 20 | remember truly, you returned to your waking body, when My Truth 220 3, 20 | stumbling-blocks, so that your mind may not be scandalized 221 3, 20 | you should not judge in your mind, even though it may 222 3, 20 | purity, because acting thus, your mind will not be scandalized, 223 3, 20 | scandalized, either in Me or in your neighbor. Otherwise you 224 3, 20 | you fall into contempt of your neighbor, if you judge his 225 3, 20 | wishes nothing else but your good; so that everything 226 3, 20 | affection of love, retaining in your memory the benefits you 227 3, 20 | Me; and with the eye of your intellect to see the affection 228 3, 20 | nevertheless, in order to satisfy your desire more clearly, I will 229 3, 22 | Father, have manifested to me Your Truth, and the hidden deceits 230 3, 22 | resplendent way of the doctrine of Your only-begotten Son. I was 231 3, 22 | human race in the person of Your Son, but also a medicine 232 3, 22 | creature, and particularly Your servants, upon whom oftentimes 233 3, 22 | judgment under the pretext of Your honor and the salvation 234 3, 22 | that, in the manifesting of Your truth and the deceitfulness 235 3, 22 | wander from the path of Your doctrine, given by Your 236 3, 22 | Your doctrine, given by Your goodness to me and to whoever 237 3, 22 | Eternal Truth, may shine in Your ministers; and also I beseech 238 3, 22 | the glory and praise of Your Name, when I see them running 239 3, 22 | the glory and praise of Your Name, and the salvation 240 3, 22 | in a way that will be to Your honor, and their peace and 241 3, 22 | Acceptor of holy desires. I, Your unworthy servant, will strive, 242 3, 22 | give me grace, to observe Your commandments and Your doctrine. 243 3, 22 | observe Your commandments and Your doctrine. Now, O Eternal 244 3, 22 | wherefore if it should please Your goodness to tell me anything 245 3, 22 | and sweat and prayers of Your servants, You would reform 246 3, 23 | daughter, I will fulfill your desire in this request, 247 3, 23 | request, in order that, on your side, you may not sin through 248 3, 23 | giving them the benefit of your prayers, and the example 249 3, 23 | prayers, and the example of your life, and the teaching of 250 3, 23 | life, and the teaching of your words, reproving vice and 251 3, 23 | encouraging virtue according to your power. ~ 252 3, 23 | needs and fitness. And as I, your Creator, grant you the opportunity, 253 3, 23 | nothing, I will fulfill your desires, but do not you 254 3, 23 | fail, or they either, in your hope in Me. My Providence 255 3, 24 | the truth, open the eye of your intellect, and look at their 256 3, 24 | than the angels, for I took your human nature and not that 257 3, 24 | of My Divine Nature with your human nature. This greatness 258 3, 24 | ministers for the sake of your salvation, so that, through 259 3, 24 | which has the color of your humanity, color and light 260 3, 24 | Divinity united to the color of your humanity, which color shone 261 3, 24 | Your being, given to you through 262 3, 24 | you have not received in your souls the wick which catches 263 3, 24 | with the disposition of your soul created by Me, so fitted 264 3, 24 | you, but that you increase your strength in love, and your 265 3, 24 | your strength in love, and your free-will, by using it while 266 3, 24 | have given you as Food for your service, through My ministers, 267 3, 25 | daughter, open well the eye of your intellect and gaze into 268 3, 25 | almost in the beginning of your life; and not so much at 269 3, 25 | first through the eye of your intellect as through your 270 3, 25 | your intellect as through your bodily eye, although the 271 3, 25 | the light being so great your bodily eyes lost their vision, 272 3, 25 | the sight of the eye of your intellect remained. I showed 273 3, 25 | I showed it to you for your enlightenment in the battle 274 3, 25 | stood there to consider your sin, fearing to have offended 275 3, 25 | to consecrate, you raised your eyes above his head while 276 3, 25 | remained alone in the eye of your intellect, because your 277 3, 25 | your intellect, because your bodily sight was not strong 278 3, 25 | for this eye should be your principal means of vision, 279 3, 25 | perceptions, but rather with your spiritual perceptions, disposing 280 3, 25 | spiritual perceptions, disposing your soul in the way that has 281 3, 26 | Son, by which the eye of your intellect has been illuminated 282 3, 26 | of My loving desire for your salvation has given you, 283 3, 26 | Providence, coming to the help of your needs, the sweet Truth as 284 3, 26 | Eternal Goodness, deserve your love." ~ 285 3, 27 | called My ministers, so that your grief at their miseries 286 3, 28 | a little refreshment to your soul, and to mitigate your 287 3, 28 | your soul, and to mitigate your grief at the darkness of 288 3, 28 | ministers. Open then the eye of your intellect and gaze at the 289 3, 28 | whom I gave you to lead your sheep, having willed that 290 3, 28 | which I give you to be your guardian, ministers to you 291 3, 28 | of the holy Church, to be your guardians, so that you blind 292 3, 28 | that I desire you to use your being, and exercise the 293 3, 28 | though I created you without your help I will not save you 294 3, 28 | hope they had placed in Me. Your tongue would not be sufficient 295 3, 28 | virtues, neither the eye of your intellect to see the fruit 296 3, 29 | them to be in very truth your guardian angels to protect 297 3, 29 | protect you; to inspire your hearts with good thoughts 298 3, 29 | clothed. This, then, is your duty according to the demands 299 3, 29 | away their foulness with your tears -- that is to say, 300 3, 29 | judgment to Me. And I, moved by your prayers, will do them mercy 301 3, 30 | loves Me more receives more. Your reward is measured according 302 3, 30 | according to the measure of your love, and if you should 303 3, 30 | have solicitously opened your eye by the true light, and 304 3, 30 | true light, and kept it on your subjects, and have faithfully 305 3, 30 | drowned in His blood, with your troop of lambs of whom you 306 3, 30 | you have brought many by your holy doctrine and example 307 3, 31 | But it is no fragility of your nature which moves you to 308 3, 31 | the blind! You have hidden your pearl and your talent which 309 3, 31 | have hidden your pearl and your talent which I placed in 310 3, 31 | talent which I placed in your hands in order that you 311 3, 31 | more with it, but you in your presumption would not do 312 3, 31 | Your miseries are not hid from 313 3, 31 | really is, and you know to your shame that you have held 314 3, 31 | and the holy Church. Then your conscience represents to 315 3, 31 | harlots, and have brought up your children and enriched your 316 3, 31 | your children and enriched your relations, and have thrown 317 3, 31 | and other adornments for your house. Whereas you should 318 3, 31 | Your conscience represents to 319 3, 31 | when you recited it with your mouth your heart was far 320 3, 31 | recited it with your mouth your heart was far from Me. Conscience 321 3, 31 | Conscience also shows you your subjects, that is to say, 322 3, 31 | giving them the example of your life and striking them with 323 3, 31 | because you did the contrary your conscience and the horrible 324 3, 31 | souls unjustly to one of your subjects, that is, that 325 3, 31 | Devil puts this also before your conscience, because you 326 3, 31 | you are reproved, and for your greater pain and confusion 327 3, 31 | confusion you have before your conscience and the light 328 3, 31 | conscience and the light of your intellect that which you 329 3, 31 | have shown to the eye of your intellect a very small part 330 3, 32 | Infinite God, to illuminate me, Your finite creature, with the 331 3, 32 | creature, with the light of Your Truth? You, the same Fire 332 3, 32 | constrains You to create us in Your image and similitude, and 333 3, 32 | immeasurable and infinite graces to Your rational creatures. Oh! 334 3, 32 | nevertheless You gave the Word, Your only-begotten Son, to converse 335 3, 32 | but the abyss and fire of Your charity. And can a wretch 336 3, 32 | love that You show to all Your creatures? No, but You alone, 337 3, 32 | is, that the affection of Your charity itself will render 338 3, 32 | sweet and amorous Word -- Your Son; and now, when I was 339 3, 32 | soothed me because with Your love and gentleness You 340 3, 32 | have known the dignity of Your ministers whom You have 341 3, 32 | finite, You give that which Your rational creature cannot 342 3, 32 | have received light from Your Greatness and Charity, through 343 3, 32 | race, and in particular for Your anointed ones, who ought 344 3, 32 | virtue and beatitude of these Your anointed ones who have lived 345 3, 32 | conceived a very great sorrow at Your offense and the harm done 346 3, 32 | desire, knowing myself and Your goodness and the offenses 347 3, 32 | drawn from the knowledge of Your infinite goodness, over 348 3, 32 | through tears, in desiring Your honor and the salvation 349 3, 32 | souls, but I beg of You, by Your grace, that they may be 350 3, 32 | Do not put off any longer Your merciful designs towards 351 3, 32 | and fulfill the desire of Your servants. ~ 352 3, 32 | order to hear their voices! Your truth told us to cry out, 353 3, 32 | us. Oh! Eternal Father, Your servants do cry out to Your 354 3, 32 | Your servants do cry out to Your mercy; do You then reply. ~ 355 3, 32 | know well that mercy is Your own attribute, wherefore 356 3, 32 | to him who asks for it. Your servants knock at the door 357 3, 32 | servants knock at the door of Your truth, because in the truth 358 3, 32 | because in the truth of Your only-begotten Son they know 359 3, 32 | man, wherefore the fire of Your love ought not and cannot 360 3, 32 | break the hardened hearts of Your creatures, not for their 361 3, 32 | knock, but on account of Your infinite goodness, and through 362 3, 32 | goodness, and through love of Your servants who knock at You 363 3, 32 | see, stand at the door of Your truth and pray. For what 364 3, 32 | the Blood of this door -- Your truth -- have You washed 365 3, 32 | Give, then, the fruit of Your Blood to Your creatures. 366 3, 32 | the fruit of Your Blood to Your creatures. Place in the 367 3, 32 | the price of the blood of Your Son, so that the infernal 368 3, 32 | devils may not carry off Your lambs. You are the Good 369 3, 32 | Shepherd who, to fulfill Your obedience, laid down His 370 3, 32 | laid down His life for Your lambs, and made for us a 371 3, 32 | That Blood is what Your hungry servants beg of You 372 3, 32 | the world, and to cause Your holy Church to bloom with 373 3, 32 | love which You have for Your rational creatures, and 374 3, 32 | many virtues and labors of Your servants, You would do mercy 375 3, 32 | delay, but turn the eye of Your mercy towards us, for You 376 3, 32 | cry out with the voice of Your mercy. Open the door of 377 3, 32 | mercy. Open the door of Your inestimable love which You 378 3, 32 | given us through the door of Your Word. I know indeed that 379 3, 32 | which You have given to Your servants, that they knock 380 3, 32 | and cry to You, seeking Your honor and the salvation 381 3, 32 | the fruit of the Blood of Your only-begotten Son, which 382 3, 32 | and this I ask You through Your infinite mercy. You have 383 3, 32 | which You have created to Your image and likeness. Re-create 384 3, 32 | Re-create them to Grace in Your mercy and the Blood of Your 385 3, 32 | Your mercy and the Blood of Your Son sweet Christ Jesus." ~ 386 4, 1 | clemency towards her, replied: "Your holy desire and righteous 387 4, 1 | made to you, and satisfying your desire. And if you ask Me 388 4, 1 | He had for My honor and your salvation. Whence proceeded 389 4, 2 | the counsels. The whole of your faith is founded upon obedience, 390 4, 2 | obedience, for by it you prove your fidelity. You are all in 391 4, 2 | Me above everything, and your neighbor as yourself, and 392 4, 2 | you must take the key in your hand and walk by the doctrine 393 4, 2 | that is to say, placing your love in finite things, as 394 4, 2 | of justice, and hammered your iniquities into shape on 395 4, 2 | the key of obedience in your hand, to open the door. 396 4, 2 | the love of pleasing Me, Your creator, of which you should 397 4, 2 | girdle to yourself to bind your loins with it, for fear 398 4, 2 | dwelling in the love of your neighbor, being anointed 399 4, 2 | erect, without bending, for your heart is sincere and not 400 4, 2 | life-giving fruit for yourself and your neighbor. You are even cheerful, 401 4, 2 | You are even cheerful, for your face is never wrinkled with 402 4, 2 | fortitude you are great by your long endurance, so long 403 4, 2 | submitting to all creatures. Yet your kingdom is so great that 404 4, 2 | the mortal servitude of your own sensuality, which destroyed 405 4, 2 | sensuality, which destroyed your dignity, and having slain 406 4, 2 | with hatred and dislike of your own pleasure have re-obtained 407 4, 2 | pleasure have re-obtained your liberty." ~ 408 4, 3 | to wallow in the mire of your own lust. Abandon the injustice, 409 4, 3 | cruelty, with which you use your neighbors, your thefts and 410 4, 3 | you use your neighbors, your thefts and treacheries, 411 4, 3 | extinguish the hatred which is in your heart against your neighbors. 412 4, 3 | is in your heart against your neighbors. Compare the injuries 413 4, 3 | which you do to Me and to your neighbor with those done 414 4, 3 | also injure the object of your hate, for you deprive him 415 4, 3 | for you deprive him of your love, whereas you have been 416 4, 3 | Me above everything, and your neighbor as yourself. No 417 4, 3 | should have been said, if your neighbor injures you do 418 4, 3 | you do not you will injure your own soul, depriving it of 419 4, 4 | and as I know it to be your will that I should speak 420 4, 5 | herself is so delightful that your tongue could not narrate 421 4, 5 | providence, saying that though your servants might be poor, 422 4, 5 | please any creature but only your will; desiring rather to 423 4, 5 | body the very wounds of your Truth, showing in the vessel 424 4, 5 | Now look at the ship of your father Dominic, My beloved 425 4, 7 | have left everything for your love's sake, and have followed 426 4, 8 | children? This comes from your disobedience. You have not 427 4, 8 | not chosen the virtues for your children as does the truly 428 4, 8 | religious; you strive to deceive your superior when you see that 429 4, 8 | denies you something which your perverse will desires, using 430 4, 8 | him. You can not endure your brother, nor even the smallest 431 4, 8 | judging that to be done to your hurt which was done for 432 4, 8 | hurt which was done for your good, and thus taking scandal, 433 4, 8 | and thus taking scandal, your soul and body living in 434 4, 8 | living in pain. Why has your brother displeased you? 435 4, 8 | you? Because you live for your own sensual pleasure, you 436 4, 8 | sensual pleasure, you fly your cell as if it were a prison, 437 4, 8 | wherefore you can not remain in your material cell. You will 438 4, 8 | in the refectory against your will whilst you have anything 439 4, 8 | which he produces, that your tongue could not relate 440 4, 9 | according to the measure of your love. Many are placed in 441 4, 9 | union of mind with Me, that your body was raised from the 442 4, 10 | the beginning to the end your desire concerning obedience. ~ 443 4, 10 | increase the fire of My love in your soul: one for yourself, 444 4, 10 | iniquities at own desire in your person. As to this I explained 445 4, 10 | union of My divinity with your human nature. ~ 446 4, 10 | you know, under figures of your body -- the feet, the side, 447 4, 10 | death. I have also answered your fourth request, that I would 448 4, 10 | and every circumstance of your life for your good, in order 449 4, 10 | circumstance of your life for your good, in order that you 450 4, 10 | My last words fulfilled your desire and My promise to 451 4, 10 | servants to grief, for by your grief and humble and continual 452 4, 11 | despised me, the work of Your hands, nor turned Your face 453 4, 11 | of Your hands, nor turned Your face from me, nor despised 454 4, 11 | have overlooked my folly; Your wisdom, Your goodness, Your 455 4, 11 | overlooked my folly; Your wisdom, Your goodness, Your clemency, 456 4, 11 | Your wisdom, Your goodness, Your clemency, Your infinite 457 4, 11 | goodness, Your clemency, Your infinite good, have overlooked 458 4, 11 | known the truth through Your clemency, I have found Your 459 4, 11 | Your clemency, I have found Your charity, and the love of 460 4, 11 | Not my virtues, but only Your charity. May that same charity 461 4, 11 | be capable of retaining Your benefits, that my will may 462 4, 11 | may burn in the fire of Your charity, and may that fire 463 4, 11 | before I existed, and that Your love for me is ineffable, 464 4, 11 | You were mad with love for Your creature. Oh, eternal Trinity! 465 4, 11 | gave value to the Blood of Your Son, You, oh eternal Trinity, 466 4, 11 | soul cannot be satiated in Your abyss, for she continually 467 4, 11 | to see You with light in Your light. As the hart desires 468 4, 11 | and abyss of love, will Your face be hidden from my eyes? 469 4, 11 | given me of Yourself in Your truth, constrains me to 470 4, 11 | the glory and praise of Your Name, for I have tasted 471 4, 11 | light of the intellect in Your light, the abyss of You -- 472 4, 11 | Trinity, and the beauty of Your creature, for, looking at 473 4, 11 | You, I saw myself to be Your image, my life being given 474 4, 11 | my life being given me by Your power, oh! eternal Father, 475 4, 11 | oh! eternal Father, and Your wisdom, which belongs to 476 4, 11 | wisdom, which belongs to Your only-begotten Son, shining 477 4, 11 | my will, being one with Your Holy Spirit, who proceeds 478 4, 11 | who proceeds from You and Your Son, by whom I am able to 479 4, 11 | Creator, and I am the work of Your hands, and I know through 480 4, 11 | given me in the blood of Your Son, that You are enamored 481 4, 11 | enamored of the beauty of Your workmanship. Oh! Abyss, 482 4, 11 | consumed; You consume in Your heat all the soul's self-love; 483 4, 11 | takes away all cold; with Your light You do illuminate 484 4, 11 | me so that I may know all Your truth; You are that light 485 4, 11 | the wisdom of the Word -- Your only-begotten Son. In the 486 4, 11 | that where the light of Your faith abounds, the soul 487 4, 11 | I may see myself, who am Your creature, there represented 488 4, 11 | union which You made of Your godhead with our humanity. 489 4, 11 | nakedness, feed the hungry with Your sweetness. Oh! Sweet, without 490 4, 11 | Trinity, I have known in Your light, which You have given 491 4, 11 | darkness. I have not known Your truth and have not loved 492 4, 11 | dissipated the darkness with Your light. Who can attain to 493 4, 11 | light. Who can attain to Your Greatness, and give You 494 4, 11 | graces which You give also to Your other creatures? You have 495 4, 11 | to my need and to that of Your creatures -- the need of 496 4, 11 | reply to it, and satisfy Your servant, penetrating me 497 Lette, 0| sinner, recommend myself to your holy prayers as a feeble 498 Lette, 0| great a mother. I received your letter and read it with 499 Lette, 0| supremely grateful for your great charity and tender 500 Lette, 0| greatly, for their part, to your prayers, and beg you to


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