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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| like Casa Tolomei, built in 1205, others delicate specimens 2 Intro, 0| memorable 4th of September 1260, defeated, with the help 3 Intro, 0| Domus. Here, on March 5, 1347, being Palm Sunday, was 4 Intro, 0| in the far-off days of 1348, carried off 80,000 of its 5 Intro, 0| the death of Giacomo in 1368. ~ 6 Intro, 0| expression. Viareggio, September 1906.~ 7 Intro, 0| population at less than 23,000. The free Ghibelline 8 Intro, 0| which, on that memorable 4th of September 1260, defeated, 9 Intro, 0| Katerinae Domus. Here, on March 5, 1347, being Palm Sunday, 10 Intro, 0| Catherine of Siena. More than 500 years have passed since 11 Intro, 0| days of 1348, carried off 80,000 of its population. Grassy 12 Intro, 0| Italy due to the practical abandonment of the Western Empire -- 13 4, 1 | only-begotten Son. For who abased Himself more than He did! 14 4, 2 | trampled by the world, abasing yourself, submitting to 15 2, 16 | actions. Neither does any sin, abominable as it may be, take away 16 Intro, 0| Raymond's words, slightly abridging their prolixity. ~ 17 Intro, 0| degradation, while, in the absence of the Pontiff, the States 18 Lette, 0| love of Christ crucified, absolve me of all these sins which 19 4, 6 | through lack of means they abstain physically, they indulge 20 Intro, 0| Benedict XII., a retiring and abstemious student, they invented the 21 Intro, 0| modern times the formula, an abstraction such as "Capital" or the " 22 3, 15 | canals which are filled with abundant tears of infinite value, 23 3, 14 | according to her own tastes, but accepting them according to Mine, 24 Intro, 0| family, her fears of an accident. Nor were these phenomena 25 4, 1 | possessing it, and what accompanies and nourishes obedience. ~ 26 4, 8 | them in order to be able to accomplish a sinful act, the which 27 4, 6 | and self-confidence do not accord with the true hope which 28 3, 30 | because if their will were in accordance with mine they would endure 29 2, 28 | pain; for their will is accorded with Mine, and it is the 30 2, 37 | nothing and have no grace, and accordingly in time of battle fly to 31 1, 7 | herself or of any advantage accruing to herself, and with the 32 Lette, 0| which it pleased You to accumulate on this fragile body, nor 33 Lette, 0| and while she prayed, she accused herself in general of all 34 Intro, 0| in spite of the petulant acerbity of modern theological controversies, 35 3, 2 | faithful prayer, the soul acquires, with time and perseverance, 36 3, 16 | and acceptable to Me. I acted in this way with My glorious 37 2, 3 | all of which must be in activity in order to obtain fruits 38 3, 5 | that My pain, neither the actuality of the body be infinite, 39 Intro, 0| erotic mysticism of the Adamites of Paris, indicated a widespread 40 3, 18 | to these two I will also add a third. The first lightens 41 Intro, 0| committed the blunder of adding to the formula of excommunication 42 3, 28 | their being, and every other additional grace, from My Goodness. 43 1, 1 | acquire virtue in herself -- addressed four requests to the Supreme 44 Intro, 0| occasionally taken the liberty of adhering to the first simile when 45 2, 4 | mercy on Your people, and I adjure You that You do this by 46 3, 24 | by any defect of him who administers it, as I told you of the 47 3, 24 | have I entrusted with its administration? ~ 48 3, 14 | new and various gifts and admirable elevations of the mind, 49 Intro, 0| place to an undiscriminating admiration. The shadows fell out of 50 3, 30 | does not turn his head to admire his past virtues, because 51 4, 2 | rise? Do you think to be admitted to the marriage feast in 52 2, 3 | She ought, therefore, to adopt them as a means, and not 53 2, 37 | Son, making them sons of adoption. But, since they are imperfect, 54 3, 29 | when they also possess the adornment of virtue, as did those 55 3, 31 | silver vessels and other adornments for your house. Whereas 56 2, 5 | it, for It gives life and adorns the soul with every grace, 57 Intro, 0| derived it, not without much adroit manipulation, from the writings 58 2, 17 | herself from Me, like an adulteress, loving herself, and creatures 59 4, 9 | childhood, because they have advanced but slowly. By love of obedience, 60 4, 5 | How a soul advances from general to particular 61 3, 18 | which he should maintain by advancing to grace, by means of virtue. 62 3, 28 | light of justice, and the advent of the darkness of injustice, 63 3, 1 | defend herself from every adversary, if grasped with the hand 64 2, 32 | either of prosperity or adversity, and to persevere till you 65 Intro, 0| mercy. St. Philip Neri's advice in the matter was to prefer 66 Intro, 0| Philip the Fair, the astute adviser to whose counsel -- and 67 Intro, 0| position could not fail to affect even its doctrinal prestige. 68 Intro, 0| that the medieval period affects those who approach it in 69 Intro, 0| heroic courage of a Theresa, affirming against all human odds the 70 3, 32 | self-love found in the soul, not afflicting her, but fattening her with 71 Lette, 0| her body, and the infinite afflictions of the soul which she derived 72 3, 30 | little; but this is not an afflictive pain, but rather profitable, 73 Intro, 0| the soul by quasi-magical agencies and the powers of excommunication. 74 2, 3 | need. And yet some time ago, if you remember, when you 75 Lette, 0| terrible and unheard-of agony, I should fear to injure, 76 2, 30 | and when this free choice agrees with the will, it becomes 77 3, 32 | Ah me! You cause them to cry 78 Intro, 0| The real danger ahead to Christendom was the possibility 79 1, 7 | world, thus coming to the aid of its neediness, she strives, 80 Intro, 0| fact: that the priesthood, aided by the ignorance of the 81 Intro, 0| cinquecento Venetian editor. My aim has been to translate as 82 3, 2 | prayer; but if she simply aims at completing her tale, 83 Intro, 0| Among these spirits of the air, St. Catherine has taken 84 Intro, 0| descended as a bride from airy regions, and lightly settled 85 Intro, 0| the ground, much to the alarm of her mother, who confided 86 Intro, 0| representatives of the Holy Office, alarmed at the novelty, imprisoned 87 2, 40 | with the eye of her mind alert, and, watching with the 88 Lette, 0| lying on the bosom of Mother Alessia and now succeeded in rising, 89 Intro, 0| opportunity of a visit of Alexander VI. to the neighboring town 90 3, 22 | feelings of the body were alienated through the union of love 91 Intro, 0| should have rallied to his allegiance these elements of schism 92 Intro, 0| following pages, the fine allegory of the Bridge of the Sacred 93 2, 27 | pain, but their pain is alleviated. And because -- by sin, 94 Intro, 0| fortress-home, in a winding alley that can hardly be called 95 4, 5 | live well in this ship. He allied himself with My truth, showing 96 2, 27 | opened to see My love which allowed him to be tempted, so as 97 4, 5 | penance, others through allurements, everything depends on whether 98 4, 7 | often cause one who gives alms to multiply in temporal 99 Intro, 0| fermenting north of the Alps; the preaching of Wycliffe, 100 Lette, 0| that she was obliged to alter her mode of life, the action 101 Intro, 0| idiom can be heard, hardly altered since the days of St. Catherine. ~ 102 4, 4 | particular obedience, not altering, however, the fundamental 103 4, 7 | neighbor with dissembling and ambition, because charity is an open 104 Intro, 0| was held to be ultimately amenable to an idea, which so infinitely 105 4, 2 | satisfaction, and purpose of amendment. Then you will throw off 106 3, 10 | Me, and finding herself, amid the conversation of mortals, 107 4, 3 | horns of pride, by which amputation you will extinguish the 108 Intro, 0| subtle, for instance, is the analysis of the state of the "worldly 109 Intro, 0| is treated of, detailed, analyzed incisively, remorselessly, 110 2, 4 | of perfection, showed her anew her own guilt, and the loss 111 Intro, 0| In a "Last Judgment" by Angelico at Florence, the ministers 112 Lette, 0| which I was laboring and the anguish with which her throat was 113 Intro, 0| populations was bound up with the animosities of princes, and, in order 114 2, 3 | will should be dead and annihilated in everything, and subject 115 3, 4 | the house, and fearlessly announced the doctrine of My Word, 116 4, 5 | heretics, hearing confessions, announcing the truth, and spreading 117 3, 2 | to be troubled or suffer annoyance and confusion of mind; of 118 3, 11 | Scripture; and they are annoyed and murmur, because they 119 Intro, 0| of the slowly developing anonymous forces of his time than 120 2, 5 | painful desires force Me to answer you; but marvel, and see 121 Lette, 0| which our abbot of Sant' Antimo did, while she lay as it 122 Intro, 0| outside Italy matter for grave anxiety. Germs of heresy were fermenting 123 3, 19 | acquired through My Grace, or anxiously strive to attain to the 124 Intro, 0| the help of Pisa, at Monte Aperto, the combined forces of 125 Intro, 0| Peninsula. The trecento, the apogee of the middle ages was over. 126 3, 20 | perceiving, moreover, that such apparent sinners may frequently have 127 Intro, 0| townspeople, prosperous, and apparently deserving their reputation 128 4, 2 | he suffers not when his appetites are not satisfied, because 129 Lette, 0| to give herself with such application of mind to prayer that the 130 4, 5 | life; yet while he lived he applied himself to nothing but prayer, 131 3, 29 | but not on that account appoint yourselves their judges, 132 3, 31 | which I entrusted to them, appointing them to administer the sun 133 Intro, 0| but also upon personal appreciation of the particular men and 134 Intro, 0| different minds to differing appreciations. For history, written solely 135 Intro, 0| works, brightly bound, are appropriately exposed for sale in the 136 3, 11 | of the intellect, Thomas Aquinas saw Me, wherefore he acquired 137 Intro, 0| Aram sub ipsam simplices ~ 138 Intro, 0| Europe, as their chief and arbiter. So much as has been said 139 2, 27 | You therefore, with free arbitration, can hold it or leave it, 140 Intro, 0| he might have remained Archbishop of Bordeaux to the end of 141 Intro, 0| Prefettura. At least the architectural degradation which has overtaken 142 Intro, 0| which marked the domestic architecture of the Renaissance at its 143 Intro, 0| with cypress and crumbling archway. ~ 144 Intro, 0| essentially small means, in an aridity and narrowness of temper 145 3, 31 | them disarmed, without the armor of affection and charity; 146 4, 7 | soul wounded by this sweet arrow does not appear one thing 147 3, 30 | afar off shooting their arrows. But their war and their 148 Intro, 0| its way of the sing-song articulation of the Siennese of today. 149 Intro, 0| to explain the political ascendancy which such a man inevitably 150 Intro, 0| Corsica, Gaul, and even Asia and Africa. Gregory successfully 151 2, 30 | powers in My Name, then are assembled all the actions, both spiritual 152 Intro, 0| of labor, her incredible assertions by the steadfastness of 153 2, 3 | use of the word 'many' I assign no particular number to 154 Lette, 0| placed me in charge of souls, assigning to me so many beloved sons, 155 1, 6 | to Me for him. This is an assistance which is owed in general 156 4, 2 | the self- same free-will, assisted by My grace, he can repair 157 1, 6 | counseling him with words, and assisting him both spiritually and 158 Intro, 0| They would thus come to associate the new religion with their 159 Intro, 0| the privilege of intimate association with her, and a permanent 160 3, 20 | alive, wherefore they never assume the right to judge the will 161 2, 25 | only-begotten Son, which gives you assurance of your resurrection. There, 162 3, 25 | for she is illuminated and assured in her own perceptions, 163 Intro, 0| the holy evangelist John. Astounded at such a sight, Catherine 164 Intro, 0| a serener, more pellucid atmosphere. Among these spirits of 165 3, 3 | become strong against the attacks of the Devil, against the 166 2, 11 | therefore even those who attempted to walk by the road of virtue 167 Intro, 0| into the character that he attempts to delineate, will hardly 168 3, 23 | How God renders this soul attentive to prayer, replying to one 169 3, 23 | wherefore apply yourself attentively to pray for all rational 170 Intro, 0| apt illustration of this attitude occurs in the life of the 171 2, 10 | heart of man being always attracted by love. Greater love, then, 172 Intro, 0| manner, the irresistible attractiveness, of that positive purity 173 3, 24 | Spirit. To the Holy Spirit is attributed fire and to the Son wisdom, 174 2, 1 | even exist of herself, and attributing to Me, and not to herself, 175 Intro, 0| servitude to Spaniard and Austrian, to be content with the 176 3, 1 | these words: 'This prayer avails you nothing, for you need 177 Intro, 0| ibi Ecclesia, or, as the Avignonese doctors paraphrased it, 178 4, 6 | cell as has been said, and avoiding idleness. ~ 179 3, 4 | Name. So the soul, who has awaited Me in self-knowledge as 180 2, 40 | continuing to dwell therein, awaits, with lively faith, the 181 Intro, 0| powerful personality who may awaken love or hatred, but cannot 182 2, 30 | intellect, feeling itself awakened by the affection, says, 183 Intro, 0| And so these other saintly babies play at hermits or monasteries 184 Intro, 0| residence at Avignon, the Babylonish Captivity, as it was called, 185 Intro, 0| the fantastic and solemn background of many a masterpiece of 186 Intro, 0| dwells, hanging it as a bait before those whom she would 187 3, 32 | creatures. Place in the balance the price of the blood of 188 Intro, 0| Catherine the Consoler pours the balm of her gentle spirit into 189 Intro, 0| constant correspondence with a band of disciples, male and female, 190 2, 37 | has not yet unwound the bandage of spiritual self-love, 191 1, 6 | so that, by prayer, the bands of their death may be loosened! ~ 192 2, 18 | authority, and who bear the banner of injustice -- using injustice 193 3, 2 | Wretch that I am, John the Baptist never sinned and was sanctified 194 4, 6 | his flesh, stripping it bare of all pleasures and delights 195 2, 26 | is the soul, and also the bark outside, which is the body. 196 3, 30 | warns the guards by its barking, for in this way the dog 197 3, 3 | by means of perseverance, barring herself into the House of 198 2, 40 | defect of the creature, who bars the door of desire. When 199 1, 4 | the Father; but, if a man barters and sells it to the devil, 200 Intro, 0| of olive which enwrap the base of the hill on which the 201 3, 2 | of Christ crucified, and bathe myself in His Blood and 202 3, 20 | whom I had placed on the battle-field to deliver you from the 203 4, 5 | fearlessly came forth on to the battlefield; and I could tell you the 204 2, 14 | the Cross, life and death battling together; then life confounded 205 1, 1 | creatures who, among the beauties which I have given to the 206 2, 19 | This man works by virtue of Beelzebub.' Thus wicked men, standing 207 3, 25 | sunrise to hear Mass, having beforehand been tormented by the Devil, 208 2, 5 | defect inasmuch as he has befouled his mind and body with such 209 4, 5 | be poor, they were never beggars. No more are these, for 210 Intro, 0| semi-Islamism of the Hungarian Beghards, the Theism of the Patarini 211 3, 22 | slave, and no daughter, may behave to them with due reverence 212 Intro, 0| the neighboring heights of Belcaro, the city is familiar to 213 Intro, 0| or since. It amounted to belief in a new revelation of the 214 2, 11 | His Blood, so that every believer may walk speedily, and without 215 1, 7 | the universal body of the believers in the Christian religion; 216 4, 11 | soul is certain of what she believes. This water is a magic mirror 217 4, 2 | you walk erect, without bending, for your heart is sincere 218 Intro, 0| the gift of His eternal benediction. The grace of this gift 219 Intro, 0| humanity enshrines its true benefactors. "Soul, as a quality of 220 Lette, 0| shining and angelical, she bent her head, and gave up the 221 3, 18 | upon her, saying -- "Oh, best-beloved, dearest and sweetest daughter, 222 4, 8 | a reasonable but with a bestial love. So great are the evils 223 2, 21 | grave to My Son than was his betrayal of Him. So that they are 224 2, 21 | the hope of the Blood, and bewailing herself more on account 225 4, 10 | manifested to you My Truth. Beware that you never leave the 226 Intro, 0| they invented the phrase: bibere papaliter -- to drink like 227 4, 11 | You, the Eternal Trinity, bid me gaze, holding it with 228 4, 5 | may send her down into the billows, and these are wicked pastors 229 2, 30 | gets rid of sensuality and binds itself with reason. I, then, 230 4, 3 | unbridled horses, without the bit of obedience, go from bad 231 3, 31 | better seen when placed on a black ground, and blackness on 232 3, 31 | placed on a black ground, and blackness on a white, than when they 233 4, 6 | the vow of poverty that he blames himself for considering 234 3, 16 | condemning My works, and blaspheming and saying evil of every 235 Intro, 0| charming theme. Here the blasting illuminations of the Revelation 236 3, 10 | Blood, where they find the blaze of My charity, which charity 237 3, 2 | becomes inebriated, and blazes with holy desire and satisfies 238 2, 27 | that which he has, and, blinding them with the pleasures 239 3, 11 | when I spoke to you of the blissfulness that the soul received in 240 3, 32 | cause Your holy Church to bloom with the fragrant flowers 241 4, 5 | not as they are now, but blooming flowers, and men of great 242 4, 5 | orders lived virtuously, blossoming with true poverty and fraternal 243 2, 2 | planted, produces fragrant blossoms of virtue, with many scents 244 2, 20 | Baptism (and which you have blown out with the wind of pride), 245 Intro, 0| confusion, committed the blunder of adding to the formula 246 4, 2 | only-begotten Son, the Word, you board the ship of the holy cross, 247 2, 17 | and vanity of heart, and boasting in that which does not belong 248 Intro, 0| and land which produced Boccaccio and Petrarch. To-day, in 249 2, 7 | sin had closed Heaven and bolted the doors of mercy, the 250 Lette, 0| nothing could be seen but the bones, covered by the thinnest 251 Intro, 0| by the iron hand of Pope Boniface, rather flourished than 252 3, 11 | still desiring many other books; and they get not to the 253 Intro, 0| have remained Archbishop of Bordeaux to the end of his days. 254 Intro, 0| judgment on the sins of Rodrigo Borgia. It was useless to attempt 255 4, 8 | is corrupt, and the three boughs of this tree, which are 256 3, 2 | hearts and affections in My boundless mercy, with true humility. 257 2, 3 | directed to Me endlessly, boundlessly, since I am the Supreme 258 1, 7 | discovers in herself the bounty of My goodness, through 259 2, 7 | produced thorns and prickly brambles, and My creature found in 260 2, 15 | sensitive self-love. Its branch is their own impatience, 261 3, 11 | to show that He was not a breaker of laws: 'I came not to 262 Lette, 0| inflammation of her throat that her breath seemed to be fire, with 263 Lette, 0| remained ever angelical and breathed forth devotion, but of the 264 4, 6 | freely shares it with his brethren, not thinking of the morrow, 265 Intro, 0| spirituelles, that unique breviary of the Christian Platonician. 266 2, 5 | but the soul can keep the bridle on it if she choose. Then 267 2, 23 | as the sun which is so bright, appears all darkness to 268 4, 5 | is a delightful garden, broad and joyous and flagrant, 269 2, 11 | told to Eve, with which he broke up the road to Heaven, and 270 2, 17 | Sometimes even do they become so brutish, that they do not consider 271 2, 7 | flood arose, which ever buffets him with its waves, bringing 272 2, 9 | bursting, and yet cannot burst, through the hunger and 273 2, 9 | which reason, my heart is bursting, and yet cannot burst, through 274 4, 6 | recites vocal prayers, or busies himself with some corporal 275 2, 10 | If I am lifted on high,' &c., meaning, that if the heart 276 Lette, 0| demons, and remained in this calamitous state for an hour and a 277 Intro, 0| wall and slender-necked Campanile silhouetted against the 278 3, 15 | are like five principal canals which are filled with abundant 279 3, 28 | like lamps placed upon the candelabra, with true and perfect humility. 280 2, 13 | like the light placed on a candlestick, to show forth the way of 281 Lette | of Ser Barduccio di Piero Canigiani, containing the Transit 282 Intro, 0| an abstraction such as "Capital" or the "Rights of Man" 283 Intro, 0| Avignon, the Babylonish Captivity, as it was called, may have 284 Intro, 0| confided to Father Raymond of Capua, the Dominican confessor 285 2, 35 | love. Wherefore, after the car of the fire of My only-begotten 286 Intro, 0| off to the pit popes and cardinals and other ecclesiastics. ~ 287 3, 28 | with profound humility, and cared not for scorn or villainies, 288 3, 23 | particular love, and be careful not to be negligent in giving 289 2, 30 | once it arises, considering carefully the dignity of the soul, 290 2, 17 | slave of riches, so that she cares not to observe My commandments. ~ 291 2, 33 | the Fountain. He walks on, carrying the vessel of the heart, 292 3, 19 | themselves up wholly to the castigation of the body, doing great 293 Intro, 0| born Giacomo's daughter Caterina, who still lives one of 294 3, 28 | with the sharpness of fire, cauterizing the wound of sin with reproof 295 3, 15 | tears to fall, does not cease to offer Me her blessed 296 2, 37 | they slacken their pace, ceasing to render service to their 297 3, 28 | with sincerity of mind, celebrated, burning in the furnace 298 Intro, 0| survivals. He ruled that the celebration of the Festivals of the 299 2, 40 | persevere, and remain in the cellar of self-knowledge in which 300 2, 11 | them as living stones, and cementing them with His Blood, so 301 Intro, 0| Tuscany, has now, after centuries of servitude to Spaniard 302 2, 25 | tasting the desire, from the certainty they feel of having it fulfilled. 303 2, 40 | sanctification, which is certified to her in the Blood of My 304 3, 25 | the hand of love, as if to certify to herself that which she 305 3, 21 | through faith, through the certitude which he has of reaching 306 3, 27 | require cleanness in the chalice in which this Sacrifice 307 2, 23 | great joy; not that His face changes, because He is unchangeable, 308 Lette, 0| and strike the bed. Then, changing her words, she said as many 309 Intro, 0| now been converted into a chapel, over the door of which 310 3, 29 | repetition of the preceding chapter; and of the reverence which 311 4, 8 | gladly escapes from the chapter-house when he can through fear 312 Intro, 0| missionary enterprise was characterized by a shrewd and gracious 313 Intro, 0| were in their personal characters worthy ecclesiastics. They 314 4, 5 | virtues draw their life from charily, nevertheless, as I explained 315 Intro, 0| of their days forms their charming theme. Here the blasting 316 1, 3 | corrections, in order to chastise a son when he offends; though 317 4, 6 | virtue; impurity, against chastity; negligence, against solicitude; 318 Intro, 0| rhetorical enthusiasm of Chateaubriand and of the Romanticists 319 2, 3 | prudence which cannot be cheated, a fortitude which cannot 320 4, 2 | your neighbor. You are even cheerful, for your face is never 321 2, 28 | and so they proceed with cheerfulness and self- knowledge, without 322 4, 6 | who will not keep this childlike condition), shall not enter 323 2, 26 | nature raised above all the choirs of Angels, and themselves, 324 2, 12 | despises so great a good, and chooses rather to receive in this 325 Intro, 0| Vos prima Christi victima ~ 326 2, 5 | corporeal defect, like the cicatrice which remains when a man 327 Intro, 0| twice I have preferred the cinquecento Venetian editor. My aim 328 Lette, 0| about the feast of the Circumcision, began to feel so great 329 3, 16 | states, and destructions of cities, and many homicides and 330 3, 28 | Neither the civil law, nor the divine law, 331 Intro, 0| Beautiful: Siena, Vetus Civitas Virginis. The town seems 332 Intro, 0| establishing a monstrous claim to control the destinies 333 4, 11 | the eye of my intellect, clarifying the light of faith so abundantly 334 Intro, 0| critics to be one of the classics of the age and land which 335 3, 16 | which they proceeded was not clean, but all spotted with duplicity 336 4, 1 | proceeded this love? From the clear vision with which His soul 337 3, 2 | the Divine office which clerics and religious are bound 338 2, 36 | punishment which follows her sin, climbs; and gathers together her 339 Intro, 0| out of their hermitages or cloisters, and with lips touched by 340 3, 20 | purifies the soul, and the closer the soul is to Me, the purer 341 Lette, 0| light, and her tearful and clouded eyes became serene and joyous, 342 Intro, 0| it crowns with domes and clustering towers. As seen from the 343 Intro, 0| and with lips touched by coal from the altar denounced 344 1, 8 | good man gives back fiery coals of love, which dispel the 345 3, 11 | illuminate the blind and coarse understanding, uplifting 346 3, 28 | darkness of sin, and in coldness, through the privation of 347 Intro, 0| at times to become almost colloquial, of the elements of practical 348 2, 27 | diverse and various delights, colored so as to have the appearance 349 4, 5 | Dominic and Francis were two columns of the holy Church. Francis 350 2, 3 | whenever it should wish to combat the spirit, but the will 351 Intro, 0| others again illustrating the combination of grace and strength which 352 2, 14 | comfort, and the ignorant commemorating You, should not lose the 353 2, 10 | steps of her affection, commences to taste the love of His 354 4, 9 | command of his superior, commencing to write the letter o, though 355 Lette, 0| Father, into Your Hands I commend my soul and my spirit," 356 4, 8 | obtained by disobedience to the commendation and exhortation of obedience. 357 4, 11 | for the Holy Church, and commending the virtue of faith brings 358 Intro, 0| lives furnished a singular commentary on the ethics of the Gospel. ~ 359 Intro, 0| successful rival of Florence in commerce, war, and politics, has, 360 3, 24 | and of worthy and unworthy communicants. ~ 361 3, 2 | sacramentally; that is, they communicate in the affection of charity, 362 4, 5 | either privately or in community, as a sign that he had chosen 363 3, 16 | many and diverse are their complainings. Do you know how many? There 364 4, 1 | you will find it in its completeness in the sweet and amorous 365 3, 21 | which he has of reaching the completion of his being and receiving 366 Intro, 0| of fact, though weak and compliant, were in their personal 367 Intro, 0| difficulties of the Pope were complicated by his temporal preoccupations. 368 Lette, 0| unburied until the hour of Compline on Tuesday, without any 369 Intro, 0| happens for a moment to "compose" with cypress and crumbling 370 Intro, 0| The composition of the Siennese dyer's daughter, 371 3, 28 | own. They feel themselves comprehended in the guilt, and they therefore 372 4, 9 | perfect beatitude; each man comprehends and knows My goodness in 373 2, 38 | of Divine charity, and to conceive the true and royal virtues, 374 4, 10 | eternal Truth, give you this conclusion of the whole matter, that 375 Intro, 0| other nations, and though conclusions on special points may differ, 376 2, 26 | with foulness and miserable concupiscence; the unjust with his injustice; 377 3, 16 | nothing else but cursing and condemning My works, and blaspheming 378 4, 11 | You have been willing to condescend to my need and to that of 379 3, 12 | manifested it to her, and condescending in His benignity to her 380 Intro, 0| secular-minded infants. Heaven condescends to their pious revels: we 381 Intro, 0| by a shrewd and gracious condescension to the limitations of human 382 2, 3 | gives to the neighbor a conditioned love, one that, being ordered 383 2, 13 | the tempestuous sea and to conduct her to the port of salvation. ~ 384 Intro, 0| investigation should be conducted. And yet, while no one with 385 3, 14 | heart. And her eye, the conduit of her heart, endeavors 386 Intro, 0| knew. Kings and nobles had conferred much property on the Roman 387 4, 5 | disputation with heretics, hearing confessions, announcing the truth, and 388 Intro, 0| of Capua, the Dominican confessor of the family, her fears 389 Intro, 0| alarm of her mother, who confided to Father Raymond of Capua, 390 3, 30 | with which they have lived, confiding in My providence and losing 391 3, 17 | were so, I would humbly confine myself to the sign of virtue. 392 2, 13 | you more clearly, and will confirm you in the way of truth, 393 2, 13 | which I have spoken to you, confirmed by the Apostles, declared 394 3, 1 | soul, causing much more conflict and trouble than when the 395 3, 16 | to themselves, and it is conformable to their state that they 396 3, 14 | of the Holy Cross, thus conforming herself to the humble, patient, 397 2, 19 | shameful death of the Cross to confound pride. By His death He destroyed 398 3, 31 | and therefore they try to confuse you, so that afterwards 399 3, 1 | that, becoming wearied and confused in mind, she may abandon 400 2, 33 | and powers of the soul are congregated together in My Name, I am 401 3, 4 | virtues she overrules and conquers her own sensitive passions, 402 3, 25 | When the minister came to consecrate, you raised your eyes above 403 Intro, 0| Priest and King, anointed and consecrated as the social exponent of 404 3, 25 | was saying the words of consecration, and I manifested Myself 405 2, 4 | indignity, which is the consequence of her own fault. Wherefore, 406 Intro, 0| importance nor the social consequences of her actions that constitute 407 Intro, 0| medieval Christianity was considerably in favor of the serf. The 408 Intro, 0| Holy See. Catherine the Consoler pours the balm of her gentle 409 4, 2 | faith. She is a queen whose consort will feel no trouble, but 410 Intro, 0| conquered at last rather by a conspiracy of the slowly developing 411 2, 36 | self-love with prudence, constancy, and perseverance they will 412 3, 28 | stood before the Emperor Constantine disputing with those twelve 413 Intro, 0| Empire -- for the ruler of Constantinople lived at too great a distance 414 Intro, 0| consequences of her actions that constitute the true greatness of St. 415 2, 8 | from Heaven to earth, and constitutes the union which I have made 416 Intro, 0| counsels St. Augustine, who had consulted him as to the best means 417 2, 14 | one intoxicated, could not contain herself, but standing before 418 2, 1 | foundation on penance she will contaminate her own perfection, because 419 3, 2 | that the mind may not be contaminated by the remembrance of particular 420 Intro, 0| dispensation, to fly from the contamination of her communion. An anti-Pope 421 3, 24 | Then this soul obediently contemplated the truth, in which she 422 3, 2 | even as the active and contemplative life is one, so are they. 423 4, 6 | the disciples, who were contending among themselves which of 424 1, 8 | proved and fortified by their contraries. ~ 425 1, 8 | itself, being tested by many contrarieties, it would not be a serious 426 3, 2 | will, and whatever he may contribute, by words or deeds, towards 427 2, 30 | with her will, which is controlled by her free choice, and 428 Intro, 0| acerbity of modern theological controversies, have difficulty in realizing. 429 4, 6 | sometimes it suits their convenience to obey they do not incline 430 Intro, 0| spirituality is frequently conventional and jejune. Compare, for 431 2, 13 | Bridge of My Son living and conversing in very deed amongst men, 432 4, 6 | Wherefore he endeavors to convert religious and seculars by 433 2, 33 | Christ crucified, mirrored in cordial love of Me, for through 434 Intro, 0| Palma et coronis luditis!" ~ 435 2, 28 | that My servants suffered corporally but not mentally, because 436 1, 6 | Me, and weep over these corpses, so that, by prayer, the 437 1, 3 | given as punishments, but as corrections, in order to chastise a 438 3, 3 | who lives in holy hatred corrects and reproves herself, not 439 Lette, 0| wretched one, have not corresponded with Your desire, but have 440 Intro, 0| letter-writers, keeping up a constant correspondence with a band of disciples, 441 3, 28 | limb which putrefies, and corrupts the whole body, because 442 Intro, 0| Italy, but also in Sicily, Corsica, Gaul, and even Asia and 443 Intro, 0| accepted for his relations costly presents from Philip; he 444 3, 31 | did not see that all was counted to him with interest, and 445 2, 27 | they constrained My mercy, counting My mercy greater than their 446 3, 14 | sustaining them with joy, she counts it glory to be persecuted 447 3, 17 | soul remained in joy and courageous virtue. I would gladly know 448 4, 11 | You, the garment which covers all our nakedness, feed 449 4, 2 | humility, which saves you from coveting, contrary to My will, his 450 2, 17 | to some others, who are covetous misers, acting like the 451 3, 24 | which can do nothing but crackle when brought near the flame, 452 3, 24 | she feels nothing but the crackling of a remorseful conscience, 453 Intro, 0| ecclesiastics. They gave no credit to John XXII. for his genuine 454 4, 5 | the faith, and wrote the Credo on the ground. His heart 455 Intro, 0| mystical exposition of the creeds taught to every child in 456 3, 18 | done so, in order that your creeping intelligence may better 457 Intro, 0| of the hills or with its crenellated wall and slender-necked 458 2, 32 | particular, by My Truth, when He cried in the Temple, saying: ' 459 3, 14 | wishing to satisfy the heart, cries with hearty love for Me 460 Intro, 0| have come to take a more critical and, perhaps, a juster view 461 Intro, 0| For it is an insufficient criticism that has led some to suppose 462 3, 14 | tongue can tell it. Having crossed the river by means of the 463 3, 28 | twelve Jews before the whole crowd, but with lively faith he 464 4, 6 | the Devil, thoughts come crowding into his cell, he does not 465 Lette, 0| the body was visited by crowds of people, and lucky he 466 2, 21 | And then she is reproved cruelly by My Justice of injustice 467 Intro, 0| compose" with cypress and crumbling archway. ~ 468 1, 7 | hatred of her own sensuality, crushing it under the heel of reason, 469 1, 4 | not a moment pass without crying to Me with humble voice, 470 Intro, 0| is Casa Tolomei, a huge cube of rough-hewn stone stained 471 2, 41 | And she never ceases to cultivate the vine of her soul, and 472 Intro, 0| goodness are wearied and cumbered with much serving. We honor 473 1, 6 | the body has its origin in cupidity, which not only prevents 474 3, 28 | reproof, he would never cure him, but the putrefaction 475 Intro, 0| indeed one experiences a curious illusion when a passing 476 4, 5 | heirloom to his sons his curse and Mine, if they should 477 3, 16 | think of nothing else but cursing and condemning My works, 478 Intro, 0| tender glow, in which the curves and lines of natural humanity 479 Intro, 0| the age of five it was her custom on the staircase to kneel 480 Intro, 0| of certain efficacy; the customary uniformities of experience 481 Intro, 0| moment to "compose" with cypress and crumbling archway. ~ 482 Lette, 0| innumerable sufferings, which daily increased, and consumed 483 Intro, 0| Theism of the Patarini of Dalmatia, the erotic mysticism of 484 4, 5 | The ship itself cannot be damaged, but only the offender. 485 Intro, 0| forever in the verse of Dante. Who shall distinguish between 486 3, 31 | conscience, wherefore he dares not ask other than justice. ~ 487 Intro, 0| shrinking of the town since the date of their erection, and Mr. 488 Intro, 0| disinterred facts and established dates: it is then that the most 489 Lette, 0| the grief of her sons and daughters who were standing around 490 2, 30 | presents to it. This love so dazzles the eye of the intellect 491 Intro, 0| among the gaudy objets de religion they so much resemble. 492 Intro, 0| English forefathers, to deal gently with these ancient 493 Intro, 0| the episodes with which it deals. With facts as such, there 494 4, 5 | left, having received his death-blow, he dipped his finger in 495 2, 16 | The fruits of this death-giving tree, are as diverse as 496 2, 40 | love to turn again in its death-struggle, but, with correction and 497 3, 30 | how different are their deaths, and how the peace of the 498 2, 5 | life to you little ones debilitated by guilt. I say therefore 499 2, 9 | Your guilty and malignant debtors. Wherefore, if I understand 500 2, 3 | for grace, should pay her debts, that is, should love Me


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