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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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501 Intro, 0| force of circumstances. The decay of the Imperial power in 502 2, 17 | It also brings forth the deceitful heart that is neither pure 503 4, 5 | Francis ordered his ship, decked with the pearls of virtue, 504 3, 11 | Evangelists. The martyrs had it, declaring in their blood the Most 505 Intro, 0| the French crown. Such a decline in its position could not 506 3, 25 | hear Mass, seeing that you deemed yourself unworthy to enter 507 Intro, 0| memorable 4th of September 1260, defeated, with the help of Pisa, 508 Intro, 0| Africa. Gregory successfully defended his Italian property against 509 3, 30 | For they have been the defenders and preachers of the faith 510 4, 5 | multiplied in numbers and deficient in virtue, not through defect 511 1, 4 | paid for him. But, if he delays until the time be past, 512 Intro, 0| le moyen age enorme et delicat, has suffered more at the 513 4, 6 | own pleasure richly and delicately, not like religious but 514 3, 30 | holy thoughts, he gave his delighted love, receiving and using 515 Intro, 0| character that he attempts to delineate, will hardly be able to 516 3, 20 | placed on the battle-field to deliver you from the hands of the 517 1, 7 | love, she immediately is delivered of fruit for her neighbor, 518 4, 10 | judgments which My clemency delivers -- one in this life, the 519 4, 10 | walking and of the hidden delusions of the devil and of spiritual 520 4, 1 | marrow of obedience, and a demonstrative sign, whether a soul be 521 1, 1 | inasmuch as they have lost and denied their own will, and are 522 4, 8 | superior when you see that he denies you something which your 523 Intro, 0| touched by coal from the altar denounced iniquity wherever they found 524 2, 40 | Peter, who, after the sin of denying My Son, began to weep. Yet 525 2, 27 | waits for judgment, but, in departing this life, they receive 526 Intro, 0| and the organization which depended on him, at the mercy of 527 2, 18 | selling the flesh of their dependents, and of any person who falls 528 4, 5 | allurements, everything depends on whether after they have 529 2, 21 | Wherefore, they, having depreciated My mercy, I with justice 530 2, 21 | soul would not be pardoned, depreciating My mercy. Therefore is this 531 1, 6 | evils derive from the soul's deprivation of love of Me and her neighbor; 532 Lette, 0| which she exhaled from the depth of her heart appeared to 533 3, 20 | account of the insults, derision, grumbling, and shouting 534 Intro, 0| of Ruysbrock's Ornement des Noces spirituelles, that 535 2, 1 | charity, has indeed many other descendants, as a tree which has many 536 4, 1 | glorious book, where you find described this and every other virtue." ~ 537 4, 5 | vows, have turned it into a desert and defiled it with their 538 Intro, 0| came to acquire in an Italy deserted by the Empire, and, but 539 2, 37 | wages according to their deserts, but I do not reveal Myself 540 1, 3 | satisfies for a guilt which deserved an infinite penalty, although 541 2, 12 | every man according as he deserves. Wherefore every good deed 542 3, 32 | any longer Your merciful designs towards the world, but descend 543 Intro, 0| which it represents, long desisted from such minor matters. 544 2, 27 | conscience, and desperately, despairingly, come to eternal damnation. 545 2, 27 | their own conscience, and desperately, despairingly, come to eternal 546 2, 27 | contrary, for, seeing, with desperation, their destination, they 547 3, 28 | love, and because they are despisers of the grandeurs, positions, 548 2, 27 | with desperation, their destination, they embrace it with hatred, 549 1, 4 | The fruit which I destine for them, constrained by 550 2, 4 | created him through love, and destined him to be such that he might 551 Intro, 0| monstrous claim to control the destinies of the soul by quasi-magical 552 Intro, 0| reveals her teaching as to the destiny of man. Another case, but 553 4, 5 | they possess to the greater destitution do they come. It is just 554 4, 8 | the light of obedience, destroying peace, and giving war! Disobedience 555 3, 16 | revolutions of states, and destructions of cities, and many homicides 556 Intro, 0| parasitic, is treated of, detailed, analyzed incisively, remorselessly, 557 Intro, 0| no tampering; but for the determination of their significance, of 558 4, 2 | and even his neighbor's detraction of him. This obedience is 559 Intro, 0| conspiracy of the slowly developing anonymous forces of his 560 Intro, 0| Saint and Great, was due the development of the political situation 561 3, 2 | This is one of the subtle devices with which the Devil deludes 562 2, 34 | How this devoted soul looking in the Divine 563 Intro, 0| healthy and raise the tone of devotional literature is surely an 564 Lette, 0| omit. Her tomb is visited devoutly by the faithful, like those 565 Intro, 0| The Dialogue of St. Catherine of Siena 566 Intro, 0| Catherine of Siena was dictated to her secretaries by the 567 4, 6 | hunger, for obedience soon dies in a soul deprived of this 568 Intro, 0| lead different minds to differing appreciations. For history, 569 Intro, 0| Moreover, the spiritual difficulties of the Pope were complicated 570 Intro, 0| which not only sees God, but diffuses Him, as by some natural 571 2, 40 | correction and reproof, digging up the root of self-love, 572 Intro, 0| would be an unnecessary digression from our subject to work 573 3, 31 | rather that they should dilate themselves in charity, and 574 4, 10 | displeasing to me is such diminution of reverence; and of the 575 3, 28 | pearl of justice was not dimmed in My anointed ones, My 576 2, 3 | obedience at the order of her director, it is well; since, if she 577 2, 25 | Wherefore in nothing do they disagree with Me, and their desires 578 Intro, 0| the vision had entirely disappeared, according to the will of 579 2, 37 | degrees, and oftentimes disappears. Towards Me their love grows 580 3, 31 | battle, because it finds them disarmed, without the armor of affection 581 3, 11 | because in seeing they discerned. It was thus that the holy 582 3, 15 | which give life if they are disciplined in virtue, as I have said 583 2, 3 | through much endurance, discomfits the devil and the flesh 584 Intro, 0| temper that goes far to discount their actual achievement. 585 2, 3 | be a rightly ordered or discreet love, but rather indiscreet, 586 3, 22 | Blood which You gave for the diseased human race in the person 587 Intro, 0| Christian bishops who would have disgraced Islam that their subjects 588 2, 37 | came, he failed, and so disgraceful was his fall, that, not 589 4, 6 | subject's salvation. Is he disgusted and angry at having to perform 590 3, 29 | virtue, foully living in dishonor; on the contrary I have 591 Intro, 0| is not over when he has disinterred facts and established dates: 592 4, 8 | wearisome to him he wishes to disobey in order to avoid weariness; 593 3, 28 | lives of those who live in disorder and darkness of sin, and 594 2, 19 | bad things, that is to say disorderly living, seem good to them. 595 1, 8 | fiery coals of love, which dispel the hatred and rancor of 596 2, 13 | in body and soul, and to dispense the evil of eternal death 597 3, 9 | of Me, Eternal Trinity, I dispossessed him of Myself, because on 598 3, 28 | the Emperor Constantine disputing with those twelve Jews before 599 3, 30 | not cause them darkness or disquietude. So thus they gloriously 600 4, 7 | towards her neighbor with dissembling and ambition, because charity 601 3, 11 | of laws: 'I came not to dissolve the law, but to fulfill 602 3, 14 | caused by a disordinate love distinct from the love of Me; for 603 Intro, 0| infinitely transcended earthly distinctions as to level them all in 604 Intro, 0| verse of Dante. Who shall distinguish between her actual tale 605 Intro, 0| Nor did the medieval mind, distinguishing between the office and the 606 3, 15 | heart, and how the heart distributes them to the eye, having 607 4, 3 | taste peace without any disturbance, they receive and clothe 608 2, 22 | diverse ways according to the diversity of their sins, to some more, 609 3, 31 | grow pale, because they divert to themselves the love and 610 Intro, 0| had she not been violently diverted by others. But while the 611 3, 28 | that, more darkness and division have come into the world 612 Intro, 0| fail to affect even its doctrinal prestige. It was well enough 613 3, 30 | barking, for in this way the dog of conscience warns the 614 1, 2 | penalties and intolerable dolor caused by offenses against 615 Intro, 0| hills which it crowns with domes and clustering towers. As 616 Intro, 0| strength which marked the domestic architecture of the Renaissance 617 2, 30 | My Son, and she cannot be dominated unless she consent with 618 Intro, 0| Father Raymond of Capua, the Dominican confessor of the family, 619 Intro, 0| and though Franciscans and Dominicans remained and numbered saints 620 Intro, 0| Gospel of Gerard of San Domino, who had derived it, not 621 Intro, 0| words: Sponsae Xti Katerinae Domus. Here, on March 5, 1347, 622 Intro, 0| held, by the right of such donations to his See, large tracts 623 1, 7 | the ardent desire of the donor, as I have shown above, 624 2, 7 | closed Heaven and bolted the doors of mercy, the soul of man 625 2, 5 | only-begotten Son, kneaded into one dough with the divine nature, 626 Lette, 0| feeble was she from the waist downwards that she could not move 627 4, 9 | purity and virtue caught a dragon and brought it to his abbot, 628 Intro, 0| lives of the saints, less dramatic, it may be, but breathing, 629 4, 9 | food; if he sleeps, his dreams are obedience; if he walks, 630 3, 24 | holy baptism, which has drenched the wick of the grace of 631 3, 29 | that if a filthy and badly dressed person brought you a great 632 2, 5 | cured this invalid, He drinking this bitter medicine, which 633 2, 41 | in the fountain, while he drinks, it always remains full. 634 Intro, 0| furious when at last they had driven him away, and gratified 635 4, 6 | should be offended; so he drives out the enemy and puts in 636 3, 28 | light of their science, and driving away the darkness of their 637 Lette, 0| rejecting it. Moreover, not one drop of water could she swallow 638 2, 11 | them far from Me, the soul drowns, for creatures are like 639 3, 5 | find in Me. But they, as if drunken with love and burning with 640 4, 9 | soul had risen from the dryness of disobedience, and, covered 641 2, 41 | self-love has not been properly dug out. Wherefore I often permit 642 Lette, 0| have seen, and what the dull senses of my soul have been 643 3, 16 | clean, but all spotted with duplicity and misery. How much danger, 644 2, 37 | insufficiency and short duration of their love for their 645 Intro, 0| of the soul in vi‰ on its dusty pilgrimage towards those 646 4, 6 | having to perform the humble duties of the order or to endure 647 Intro, 0| transcended by the power that dwelt within him; he was often 648 2, 26 | on their bodies, like the dye upon the cloth, not by virtue 649 1, 7 | heel of reason, with great earnestness, she discovers in herself 650 Lette, 0| words, while we, placing our ears to her mouth, were able 651 4, 5 | holy desire, when souls are eaten for My honor. Dominic does 652 3, 21 | him who feeds on it, the eater being insatiable and always 653 Intro, 0| maxims as Ubi Petrus ibi Ecclesia, or, as the Avignonese doctors 654 Intro, 0| Gigli, a learned Siennese ecclesiastic, who edited the complete 655 Intro, 0| Holy See in exile lost its ecumenical character and became more 656 4, 3 | until they finally reach the edge of the ditch of death, gnawed 657 Intro, 0| Siennese ecclesiastic, who edited the complete works of St. 658 Intro, 0| century. His is the latest edition printed of the Dialogo. 659 Intro, 0| the cinquecento Venetian editor. My aim has been to translate 660 Intro, 0| now at a certain level of education, the same views prevail 661 1, 4 | stains of your ignorance are effaced, and I shall not remember 662 Intro, 0| as it were unconsciously, effected. It was a kindly and statesmanlike 663 Intro, 0| great a distance to be an effective Emperor of the West -- had 664 Intro, 0| grace of this gift was so efficacious, that Catherine, beside 665 Intro, 0| prayers were of certain efficacy; the customary uniformities 666 Lette, 0| She lay in this state for eight weeks, unable to lift her 667 Intro, 0| When the contempt of the eighteenth century for the subject, 668 Intro, 0| literature is surely an eighth spiritual work of mercy. 669 2, 24 | did it because he was the eldest, and had nourished them 670 3, 2 | she should endeavor to elevate her mind in My love, with 671 1, 1 | How a soul, elevated by desire of the honor of 672 3, 14 | various gifts and admirable elevations of the mind, in the knowledge 673 4, 8 | seed of My Word, but with eloquent language. Look at the stinking 674 4, 8 | there, he is transferred elsewhere, and the change gives him 675 3, 3 | not allowing such evil emotions to get by it. Though sometimes 676 2, 36 | with hatred of sin, they employ their minds to dig out the 677 Lette, 0| mercy on me!" Finally she employed the remainder of the above-mentioned 678 3, 2 | that I have told you, will enable the soul to arrive at perfection, 679 2, 37 | By this Blood they are enabled to know My Truth, how, in 680 2, 28 | faith, which light of faith enables the soul to discern, to 681 2, 41 | that she may be thus led to enclose herself in the house of 682 3, 2 | good-will, is prayer. The enclosed soul should therefore spur 683 3, 28 | ointment of soft words of encouragement alone, without reproof, 684 3, 23 | words, reproving vice and encouraging virtue according to your 685 3, 2 | to the opposite side, he endeavored to inflate you with pride, 686 2, 3 | should be directed to Me endlessly, boundlessly, since I am 687 Intro, 0| well-intentioned no doubt, but not endowed with the higher spiritual 688 2, 38 | second manifestation) by endowing men with the spirit of prophecy, 689 2, 5 | to restore man, who was enfeebled, and could not satisfy for 690 Intro, 0| particular men and women engaged in the episodes with which 691 3, 14 | drops hearty tears which engender death, because proceeding 692 Intro, 0| the pagan customs of our English forefathers, to deal gently 693 2, 37 | Jesus, My only-begotten Son, enjoying most pleasantly His sweet 694 3, 2 | pleasing to Me, you must enlarge your hearts and affections 695 3, 25 | showed it to you for your enlightenment in the battle that the Devil 696 Intro, 0| the Saints, le moyen age enorme et delicat, has suffered 697 3, 31 | brought up your children and enriched your relations, and have 698 Intro, 0| souls in which humanity enshrines its true benefactors. "Soul, 699 4, 4 | holy religion, or, without entering religion, they bind themselves 700 Intro, 0| spirituality. His missionary enterprise was characterized by a shrewd 701 Intro, 0| religion," not assuredly in the entirety of its details Christian, 702 3, 20 | arrive at purity, you must entreat Me to do three things: to 703 1, 7 | many others, too many to enumerate, which are brought forth 704 2, 26 | with his injustice; the envious with envy; and the hater 705 Intro, 0| to the memory in such an environment: often indeed one experiences 706 Intro, 0| the folds of olive which enwrap the base of the hill on 707 Intro, 0| this highly characteristic episode scholastic logic appears, 708 Intro, 0| and women engaged in the episodes with which it deals. With 709 Lette, 0| rising, she stood for an equal space of time, and did not 710 Intro, 0| since the date of their erection, and Mr. Murray gives its 711 Intro, 0| Patarini of Dalmatia, the erotic mysticism of the Adamites 712 4, 5 | in order to extirpate the errors which had arisen in his 713 2, 30 | knows not the truth, it errs, seeking good and delights 714 Intro, 0| Great ends may be pursued by essentially small means, in an aridity 715 Intro, 0| the people, succeeded in establishing a monstrous claim to control 716 4, 9 | Myself truly. And in My own estimate and comprehension of Myself 717 4, 8 | delights and make this life his eternity, but the order wishes him 718 Intro, 0| singular commentary on the ethics of the Gospel. ~ 719 Intro, 0| gave her the pet name of Euphrosyne, to signify the grief-dispelling 720 3, 11 | the New Testament of the evangelical life, how is the Gospel 721 Intro, 0| Peter and Paul, and the holy evangelist John. Astounded at such 722 3, 15 | for physical tears have evaporated in the furnace, becoming 723 Intro, 0| silhouetted against the evening sky from the neighboring 724 3, 20 | may be, and receive every event which I permit to happen 725 Intro, 0| their personality on the events of their time. Catherine 726 Intro, 0| standards of legitimate evidence, the same facts still seem 727 2, 10 | wherefore He said, -- 'Si exaltatus fuero a terra omnia traham 728 Intro, 0| before his Holiness for examination. When the saint was brought 729 2, 28 | Me recognize this, and, examining themselves, they see their 730 Lette, 0| I given them sufficient examples of the good life or the 731 Intro, 0| exiled rulers. Nothing could exceed their contempt for the Popes 732 3, 12 | she rose out of herself, exceeding every limit of her nature 733 4, 2 | to her girdle, and of the excellences of obedience. ~ 734 3, 28 | having placed them in so much excellency they never rested like good 735 4, 6 | him the virtue in which he excels, not wishing, however, that 736 Intro, 0| The tiny Catherine was no exception to the rest of her canonized 737 Intro, 0| that, with certain noble exceptions, the literature of this 738 2, 3 | penances, and gives himself in excess to the slaying of his body, 739 Lette, 0| oh, my Love, through Your excessive goodness You chose me for 740 2, 10 | Eternal God, to enamor and excite that soul still more for 741 2, 3 | and yet I do not, by this, exclude words, I merely said that 742 2, 33 | more. The number one is excluded, for, unless a man has a 743 Intro, 0| in which he pursued them excludes him from that Pantheon of 744 Intro, 0| Militant, a sentence of exclusion from the Church Triumphant, " 745 3, 31 | or that their sins are excused through the sins of My ministers." ~ 746 Intro, 0| particular he was held to be exempt from many of the limitations 747 3, 2 | his condition, ought to exert himself for the salvation 748 Lette, 0| sorrowful plaints which she exhaled from the depth of her heart 749 4, 8 | to the commendation and exhortation of obedience. This wretched 750 2, 2 | that the soul is a tree existing by love, and that it can 751 3, 27 | inasmuch as no greater dignity exists in this life. They are My 752 3, 28 | being gnawed by envy, but expanded with the broadness of love 753 3, 14 | that knows Me immediately expands to the love of her neighbor, 754 2, 21 | account of the pain they expect for their sin; so you see 755 2, 41 | neighbor of free grace, without expecting any return from him, and 756 4, 4 | will to his, so as more expeditiously to unlock the door of Heaven. 757 4, 6 | her enemies who have been expelled? The chief is self-love, 758 Intro, 0| keen logic of one who has experienced and triumphed over them. 759 Intro, 0| environment: often indeed one experiences a curious illusion when 760 1, 3 | guilt and the penalty can be expiated by the desire of the soul, 761 Lette, 0| should fear to injure, by my explanations, facts which cannot be explained. 762 Intro, 0| consecrated as the social exponent of the Divine Justice, could 763 3, 28 | give them more courage in exposing their infirmity, they would 764 3, 11 | with which is found and expounded the Scripture; and they 765 3, 11 | the holy science had it, expounding the doctrine of My Truth, 766 Intro, 0| of St. Catherine's gesta expressed itself in a "style" so winning, 767 Lette, 0| both humble and devout, expressing various acts of virtue, 768 1, 6 | thus cruel he may wish to extend his cruelty still further, 769 3, 28 | fruit in this spouse and extended the faith, and, by their 770 1, 7 | she truly loves herself, extending her desire for the salvation 771 1, 8 | this way. The humble man extinguishes pride, because a proud man 772 3, 30 | perfect man transcends nature, extinguishing his natural fear and overcoming 773 3, 9 | contrition, by which he extirpated his defects, and founded 774 2, 40 | the light of faith, she extirpates, with hatred, the wandering 775 2, 40 | exercising himself in the extirpation of his perverse self-will, 776 4, 5 | of the Holy Church as an extirpator of heresies. Why do I say 777 4, 2 | if they suffer a little extra fatigue, or mental or corporal 778 Lette, 0| seemed right to give her extreme unction, which our abbot 779 4, 6 | rejoices with patience, exulting with delight and joy in 780 3, 31 | lived in ardent charity, exults in joy, while the wicked 781 Intro, 0| that the whole external fabric of Catholicism, its sacraments, 782 2, 10 | be climbed with greater facility." ~ 783 Intro, 0| Peacemaker reconciles warring factions of her native city and heals 784 Intro, 0| higher spiritual and mental faculties, whom it is not unfair to 785 3, 28 | from Me they received the faculty to be strong and powerful 786 3, 28 | doubt lest the sky and earth fade away before them. With such 787 2, 25 | in such a way that, time failing them, and, dying in a state 788 Intro, 0| evident that Philip the Fair, the astute adviser to whose 789 3, 16 | secret judgments, gauging falsely all My mysteries, that is, 790 2, 3 | deprives her husband of his fame of paternity. It is the 791 Intro, 0| of the sacred groups so familiarly recurrent to the memory 792 3, 28 | perfect humility. And, as if famished for such food, they feed 793 Intro, 0| Italian painters. It forms the fantastic and solemn background of 794 4, 2 | that you can, for it is a fantastical delusion; you must be firm, 795 Intro, 0| the plague which, in the far-off days of 1348, carried off 796 3, 19 | consolations, after their own fashion, and also the persecutions 797 4, 2 | wearing this girdle, or fastening the key to it with the cord 798 4, 9 | he remains still, if he fasts, if he watches -- everything 799 2, 5 | was able still to cause a fatal stain; wherefore the coming 800 2, 12 | Bridge and the River, is fatiguing; and of the delight which 801 3, 32 | not afflicting her, but fattening her with insatiable love, 802 1, 4 | soul, but one which rather fattens her; for since she has known 803 4, 9 | will, from which comes all feebleness and disordinate fear. And 804 3, 20 | the light, have arrived at feeding on the food of souls, that 805 2, 19 | servants, whom they judge to be feignedly practicing the virtues, 806 1, 7 | material for love of his fellow. I could easily have created 807 3, 30 | no inordinate love in any fellow-creature or in any created thing; 808 Intro, 0| band of disciples, male and female, all over Italy, and last, 809 Intro, 0| anxiety. Germs of heresy were fermenting north of the Alps; the preaching 810 Intro, 0| that the celebration of the Festivals of the Sabots should if 811 2, 5 | divine love which was the fetter which held him fastened 812 3, 28 | ardor and security, and, fettered by servile fear, they make 813 3, 9 | His doctrine, binding and fettering him with the clemency of 814 Intro, 0| and heals an international feud between Florence and the 815 Intro, 0| unfair to describe as the feuilletonistes of piety. Such works, brightly 816 4, 10 | you, as you know, under figures of your body -- the feet, 817 4, 5 | death-blow, he dipped his finger in his blood, and this glorious 818 2, 25 | just soul, for whom life finishes in the affection of charity 819 2, 10 | understood in two ways. Firstly, that, when the heart of 820 Intro, 0| successor of the penniless fisherman should have his place among 821 Intro, 0| semblance of His Vicar, may fitly appear to symbolize the 822 3, 23 | according to their needs and fitness. And as I, your Creator, 823 Intro, 0| to her the necessary and fitting means of transit, so to 824 1, 7 | drawn the life of grace, to fix her eye on the needs of 825 3, 20 | clothes herself with it, and fixes her attention on nothing 826 4, 5 | garden, broad and joyous and flagrant, but the wretches who do 827 3, 2 | sometimes in another, in a flash of self-knowledge or of 828 3, 28 | themselves to be bound over with flattering words and with many presents, 829 1, 8 | whether by injuries or by flattery, constantly endeavor to 830 3, 14 | necessary that the one should flavor the other, else the soul 831 3, 21 | from satiety, for I am the flawless Food of Life. It is true 832 3, 28 | table of the holy Cross, not fleeing from or refusing any labor, 833 Lette, 0| and her legs remained as flexible as if she were still alive. 834 Intro, 0| common sense than by exalted flights of spirituality. His missionary 835 Intro, 0| mysticism of Joachim of Flora, which constituted a doctrine 836 Intro, 0| of Pope Boniface, rather flourished than otherwise under persecution. 837 3, 16 | and takes it himself. This flower stinks less than that of 838 2, 27 | and because this river flows with tempestuous waters, 839 2, 16 | to study. Thus also they flung away their riches in order 840 Intro, 0| the hands of friends or foes. It is at least certain 841 2, 27 | they, as if blinded by the fog of disordinate love, know 842 3, 28 | putting the sheep into the fold of the holy Church, and 843 Intro, 0| conceal its presence in the folds of olive which enwrap the 844 3, 28 | souls, like good shepherds, followers of the Good Shepherd, My 845 2, 27 | then, how great is the foolishness of men in making themselves 846 3, 29 | yourselves their judges, which I forbid, because they are My Christs, 847 4, 2 | ship of the holy cross, forcing yourself to endure, so as 848 Intro, 0| pagan customs of our English forefathers, to deal gently with these 849 Intro, 0| glorified persons who occupy the foreground. It would create no surprise 850 Intro, 0| has taken a permanent and foremost place. She is among the 851 3, 26 | have refreshment, and not forget the benefit of the Blood. 852 Intro, 0| introduces a metaphor and forgets it; the sea, a vine, and 853 2, 14 | mercy. Oh, Eternal Father! Forgive my ignorance, that I presume 854 4, 2 | wishes to obey the precept of forgiveness, he suffers not when his 855 3, 24 | the Son, and We together forming one and the same Sun; that 856 Lette, 0| above-mentioned time with many other formulas of prayer both humble and 857 4, 2 | mending it! Do you think, forsooth, that the disobedience which 858 1, 8 | through love of Me, it rather fortifies it, and proves it in the 859 Intro, 0| not far from that ancient fortress-home, in a winding alley that 860 Intro, 0| war, and politics, has, fortunately for the more vital interests 861 3, 19 | and he who does not go forward, by that very fact, is turning 862 2, 5 | his great weakness, like a foster- mother who takes medicine 863 3, 29 | of the garment of virtue, foully living in dishonor; on the 864 Intro, 0| hearts of the people the foundations of the secular power of 865 Intro, 0| truly be looked upon as the founder of popular Catholicism, 866 3, 11 | the fear of penalty, and founding it in love and holy fear. 867 2, 1 | through her guilt. And this founds the virtue of discretion 868 Intro, 0| tradesman's dwelling. In the fourteenth century it belonged to Set 869 3, 20 | rejoicing, draws from all the fragrance of the rose. And not only 870 Lette, 0| reduced that dear tender frame to greater weakness than 871 Intro, 0| grave and numerous. The Fraticelli or Spiritual Franciscans, 872 1, 6 | other times by cheating and fraud, his neighbor being forced 873 3, 30 | reason, and the hand of free- will he struck his enemies; 874 3, 20 | at perfect purity, and be freed from stumbling-blocks, so 875 Intro, 0| ends before himself -- the freedom of his country and the regeneration 876 2, 6 | taking your humanity, and, freeing you from the service of 877 4, 6 | by for his own use, but freely shares it with his brethren, 878 Lette, 0| mind to prayer that the frequency of the humble sighs and 879 3, 31 | and so greatly does he freshen the sting of conscience 880 Intro, 0| Church of the Preaching Friars a most beautiful room, adorned 881 3, 30 | horrible shapes in order to frighten him with hideous aspect, 882 4, 8 | tempestuous sea, tossed to and fro by contrary winds, fastened 883 Intro, 0| middle ages were a period fruitful in great individuals who 884 2, 10 | He said, -- 'Si exaltatus fuero a terra omnia traham ad 885 2, 15 | she humbly waited for the fulfillment of the promise made to her, 886 2, 26 | body but only out of the fullness of the soul, representing 887 Intro, 0| treated the Pope badly, were furious when at last they had driven 888 Intro, 0| a few popes whose lives furnished a singular commentary on 889 2, 6 | tears, I may mitigate the fury of My divine justice. Take, 890 3, 14 | through self-knowledge, gained in love of the neighbor, 891 2, 10 | tasted, when He was given gall and vinegar to drink. In 892 Intro, 0| soul, its tyrant and its gaoler. Many of those who pass 893 Intro, 0| heretics had inherited a garbled version of the mysticism 894 2, 36 | first step and the first gathering together of the powers of 895 2, 36 | follows her sin, climbs; and gathers together her memory to recollect 896 Intro, 0| shop-windows, among the gaudy objets de religion they 897 3, 16 | judge My secret judgments, gauging falsely all My mysteries, 898 Intro, 0| also in Sicily, Corsica, Gaul, and even Asia and Africa. 899 2, 23 | intolerable reproof, which will generate in it confusion and shame. 900 1, 4 | thoughts. And this knowledge generates a hatred and displeasure 901 Intro, 0| the See of Rome. To the genius of Pope Gregory I., one 902 Intro, 0| English forefathers, to deal gently with these ancient survivals. 903 Intro, 0| to the Eternal Gospel of Gerard of San Domino, who had derived 904 Intro, 0| succeeding ages. Then came the German professors with all the 905 Intro, 0| matter for grave anxiety. Germs of heresy were fermenting 906 Intro, 0| soul of St. Catherine's gesta expressed itself in a "style" 907 Intro, 0| less than 23,000. The free Ghibelline Republic which, on that 908 Lette, 0| her head, and gave up the ghost. ~ 909 Intro, 0| always followed the text of Gigli, a learned Siennese ecclesiastic, 910 4, 5 | was dissipated by their glance. Look at My glorious Thomas, 911 Intro, 0| pilgrimage towards those gleaming heights of vision. "Truth" 912 2, 30 | and see nothing but such glittering objects. It is the very 913 Lette, 0| face suddenly changed from gloom to angelic light, and her 914 Intro, 0| lives one of the purest glories of the Christian Church 915 2, 18 | paying the debt of honor in glorifying and praising My Name, which 916 3, 30 | disquietude. So thus they gloriously pass, bathed in the blood, 917 4, 3 | neighbor as yourself. No gloss has been put upon these 918 Intro, 0| down to a soft and tender glow, in which the curves and 919 3, 31 | and have thrown it away on gluttony and on many silver vessels 920 2, 22 | such as cold and heat and gnashing of the teeth and many others. 921 Intro, 0| starting-point what, to most, is the goal hardly to be reached; their 922 2, 31 | the river. There are two goals, and, for the attainment 923 3, 32 | administering to it the entire God- Man in the mystic body of 924 3, 25 | to say, the sight of the God-Man revealed in the bread did 925 Intro, 0| together to worship the gods. They would thus come to 926 4, 9 | other half of the letter in gold. This glorious virtue is 927 Intro, 0| the medieval time became a golden age when heaven and earth 928 Intro, 0| and Dominic had come and gone, and though Franciscans 929 1, 6 | may be, at least with your goodwill if you have nothing else. 930 3, 11 | of the Apostles, and the Gospels of the Evangelists. The 931 4, 6 | this key when they have got it, and not throw it away. 932 Intro, 0| delicate specimens of Italian Gothic like the Palazzo Saracini, 933 3, 30 | administering the Blood, and of governing souls. ~ 934 2, 14 | Father, the Divinity who governs with Your power the whole 935 3, 14 | last, but to that further grade of perfection in the last 936 3, 28 | they are despisers of the grandeurs, positions, and delights 937 3, 16 | Justice, My Divine Goodness, grants an incomplete reward, imperfect 938 4, 2 | holy desire loosens its grasp, they will lose it. They 939 3, 1 | from every adversary, if grasped with the hand of love, by 940 Intro, 0| 80,000 of its population. Grassy mounds within the city walls 941 Intro, 0| had driven him away, and gratified their spite by insulting 942 3, 28 | or much, according to the graveness of the fault. And, in order 943 4, 6 | delicate habits and disordinate greediness, who watches not nor prays, 944 Intro, 0| Grex immolatorum tener ~ 945 Intro, 0| Euphrosyne, to signify the grief-dispelling effect of her conversation, 946 Intro, 0| between lines of palaces, some grim and massive like Casa Tolomei, 947 3, 15 | the moisture it contains groans on account of the heat, 948 2, 15 | but she, as if blind, goes groping down the river, and she 949 3, 25 | of the bread, so that the grosser bodily sentiments are deceived; 950 Intro, 0| road, on one of the sacred groups so familiarly recurrent 951 3, 14 | spiritual passion. But, growing, and exercising herself 952 3, 19 | life, you are capable of growth, and he who does not go 953 3, 20 | of the insults, derision, grumbling, and shouting of the people. 954 3, 21 | earnest-money is a commencement of a guarantee which is given to man, in 955 3, 28 | watches the city if it be not guarded by Me. All his labor will 956 Intro, 0| the combined forces of the Guelf party in Tuscany, has now, 957 4, 8 | and bitterness. Who is his guide? Self-love, that is his 958 1, 4 | they receive it in the guise of correction, and do not 959 4, 6 | worldly relations, of delicate habits and disordinate greediness, 960 3, 2 | soul who remains firm in a habitual holy will, and will sometimes 961 Intro, 0| pages enough in Christian hagiology. Who can read unmoved of 962 Intro, 0| staircase to kneel and repeat a "Hail Mary" at each step, a devotion 963 4, 2 | impurity, breaking it with the hammer of pride, rusting it with 964 4, 2 | the knife of justice, and hammered your iniquities into shape 965 2, 5 | with what filthy hands are handled this glorious milk and blood 966 Intro, 0| Midway between sky and earth hangs a City Beautiful: Siena, 967 1, 2 | of all the evil that was happening throughout the world, conceiving 968 4, 9 | three children, who remained happily in the furnace -- and of 969 2, 6 | you that they will be more hard-hearted, and worthy of more punishment, 970 3, 32 | open, unlock, and break the hardened hearts of Your creatures, 971 3, 31 | spent the money on public harlots, and have brought up your 972 2, 10 | when these three powers are harmoniously joined together in My Name, 973 4, 9 | patience, sent him away with harsh words, saying: 'Beast that 974 2, 26 | seem to be intensified in harshness. At the time of death, the 975 4, 11 | light in Your light. As the hart desires the spring of living 976 4, 1 | darkness of infidelity, so she hastens along the way of darkness, 977 4, 5 | heresies, and the heretics hated him so that at last they 978 2, 26 | envious with envy; and the hater of his neighbor with hatred. 979 2, 5 | which remains when a man is healed of a wound. In this way 980 Intro, 0| factions of her native city and heals an international feud between 981 2, 13 | darkness in the mind of your hearers, that is, that they may 982 3, 31 | whichever side he turns he hears nothing but reproaches with 983 3, 14 | endeavors to satisfy her heart-pangs, and so sheds tears. This 984 3, 24 | baptism, and, not having heated it at the fire of true contrition 985 4, 5 | displeased him, he left as an heirloom to his sons his curse and 986 4, 6 | light of faith that I am his helper, and both can and will help 987 Intro, 0| she reverently kissed the hem of his garment, and, being 988 3, 22 | mercy, that, from today henceforward, I may never again wander 989 Intro, 0| of government was his by hereditary right. He had the defects 990 Intro, 0| position by recourse to the heretical elements scattered through 991 Intro, 0| are told of the Blessed Hermann Joseph, the Premonstratensian, 992 Intro, 0| They came out of their hermitages or cloisters, and with lips 993 Intro, 0| other saintly babies play at hermits or monasteries instead of 994 Intro, 0| Augustine or a Loyola, or of the heroic courage of a Theresa, affirming 995 Lette, 0| strengthened her sons never to hesitate to give their life for that 996 Intro, 0| might have required it, the hierarchical Church was not considered 997 Intro, 0| mark of reverence. In this highly characteristic episode scholastic 998 Intro, 0| of that century's lack of historic imagination, was thawed 999 Intro, 0| the principles on which historical investigation should be 1000 2, 27 | he catches them with the hook of pleasure, under the pretense


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