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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1001 Intro, 0| in the original involves hopeless obscurity of expression. 1002 3, 31 | conscience that it gnaws him horribly. The disordinate delights 1003 4, 3 | contrary; they, like unbridled horses, without the bit of obedience, 1004 Intro, 0| condemned cell or in the hospital ward. She is one of the 1005 Intro, 0| Romanticists beyond the Rhine, hostility gave place to an undiscriminating 1006 3, 26 | which, when lifted from the hot wax upon which it has been 1007 1, 4 | that I wake up in them the hound of conscience, and make 1008 Lette, 0| aforesaid Sunday, about two hours or more before dawn, a great 1009 Intro, 0| instead of the soldiers and housekeeping beloved of more secular-minded 1010 Intro, 0| constantly inviting her to their houses on some pretext or other. 1011 3, 25 | which light came a dove and hovered over the host, in virtue 1012 Intro, 0| Here is Casa Tolomei, a huge cube of rough-hewn stone 1013 4, 6 | kingdom of heaven. For he who humbles himself, dearest daughter, 1014 2, 40 | which I do in order to humiliate her, and cause her to seek 1015 4, 6 | these humble little ones, humiliated and subjected through love, 1016 3, 22 | rendering thanks to God, humiliates herself; then she prays 1017 Intro, 0| the semi-Islamism of the Hungarian Beghards, the Theism of 1018 Lette, 0| Urban, saying this as one an hungered for the Blood of Christ. 1019 4, 11 | abyss, for she continually hungers after You, the eternal Trinity, 1020 Lette, 0| in that time, which in my hurry I omit. Her tomb is visited 1021 2, 20 | fruit of virtue, and the hurtfulness of vice, to give them love 1022 Intro, 0| pathetically human. The hymn at Lauds for the Feast of 1023 Intro, 0| the struggles towards his ideal of an Augustine or a Loyola, 1024 Intro, 0| of Siena, the same Tuscan idiom can be heard, hardly altered 1025 3, 11 | appears to them gross and idiotic. And, nevertheless, they 1026 4, 9 | those who were standing idle and were sent by the lord 1027 2, 18 | persecuting Him with much ignominy, even to the death of the 1028 1, 4 | they are ungrateful, and ignore Me and the labors of My 1029 Intro, 0| preoccupations. For good or ill, it had come to be essential 1030 2, 26 | whence were born all their ills, will be burnt with intolerable 1031 3, 11 | And everyone has had the illumination of this light according 1032 Intro, 0| theme. Here the blasting illuminations of the Revelation are toned 1033 2, 40 | as her eye thus watches, illumined by the knowledge of Me and 1034 Intro, 0| Palazzo Saracini, others again illustrating the combination of grace 1035 Intro, 0| An apt illustration of this attitude occurs 1036 Intro, 0| significance, of their value, as illustrative of a course of policy or 1037 4, 5 | Poverty. But for his more immediate and personal object he took 1038 Intro, 0| Grex immolatorum tener ~ 1039 2, 37 | speak, relax their energy, impatiently turning backwards, and sometimes 1040 1, 4 | through defect of him who implored the mercy for the ingrate, 1041 Intro, 0| vision which, as it has an important symbolical bearing on the 1042 3, 18 | against the spirit). I did not impose this law upon you, in order 1043 3, 26 | wax upon which it has been impressed, leaves behind its imprint, 1044 Intro, 0| alarmed at the novelty, imprisoned her and took the opportunity 1045 3, 18 | her the law of perversity, imprisoning her in a body, formed of 1046 4, 6 | conformed to justice, nor imprudence to prudence, nor intemperance 1047 2, 16 | food of beasts who live impurely, using their body and their 1048 2, 1 | which is really her own she imputes to Me, grieving and murmuring 1049 3, 30 | neighbor. This faith they have incarnated in their very marrow, and 1050 3, 28 | true patience, offering incense odoriferous with anxious 1051 Intro, 0| treated of, detailed, analyzed incisively, remorselessly, and then 1052 3, 31 | at death, they are not so inclined to abandon it, on account 1053 2, 40 | and because a son's love includes that of a friend, which 1054 3, 16 | Divine Goodness, grants an incomplete reward, imperfect as the 1055 4, 11 | Infinite Good, Good Blessed and Incomprehensible, Good Inestimable. Beauty 1056 2, 30 | inestimable goodness, and the increate charity with which I created 1057 Intro, 0| after years of labor, her incredible assertions by the steadfastness 1058 2, 3 | in no way should you ever incur the guilt of sin. ~ 1059 Intro, 0| of the Adamites of Paris, indicated a widespread anarchy in 1060 Intro, 0| cannot be passed over with indifference. When the contempt of the 1061 2, 33 | in the midst; this is no indifferent trifle, for he who is wrapped 1062 3, 30 | and with himself he is indignant, deeming himself unworthy 1063 Intro, 0| before those whom she would induce to turn from evil. Similarly 1064 3, 14 | a state of presumption, induced by the subtle breeze of 1065 2, 8 | How God induces the soul to look at the 1066 4, 6 | abstain physically, they indulge themselves mentally, for 1067 Lette, 0| asked again for the plenary indulgence, saying that it had been 1068 3, 2 | with His blood! Which Blood inebriates the soul and clothes her 1069 3, 20 | love, with which I love you inestimably; and in the will of others 1070 Intro, 0| what seems to have been the inevitable force of circumstances. 1071 Intro, 0| ascendancy which such a man inevitably came to acquire in an Italy 1072 3, 6 | when they intend to do Me infamy and wrong." ~ 1073 Intro, 0| Premonstratensian, that his infantile sports were joyously shared 1074 Intro, 0| beloved of more secular-minded infants. Heaven condescends to their 1075 3, 28 | Sylvester, against the infidels, and with disputation and 1076 4, 11 | been repelled by my grave infirmities; You, the eternal Purity, 1077 1, 4 | learn. Then the soul will inflame herself in this knowledge 1078 3, 9 | clemency of the Holy Spirit and inflaming him with the fire of charity. 1079 Lette, 0| thirst, and so great an inflammation of her throat that her breath 1080 3, 2 | opposite side, he endeavored to inflate you with pride, saying: ' 1081 3, 27 | mire of filth, or to be inflated by pride, seeking great 1082 Intro, 0| legitimate guardian. Not infrequently indeed that message was 1083 1, 4 | implored the mercy for the ingrate, but solely through the 1084 Intro, 0| of those rare souls who inhabit a serener, more pellucid 1085 2, 40 | thereby, a man receives his inheritance from Me, the Eternal Father, 1086 Intro, 0| These dangerous heretics had inherited a garbled version of the 1087 2, 22 | with other filthiness and iniquitous sins, that follow upon these. 1088 2, 27 | them blinded by self-love, iniquitously places before them diverse 1089 3, 19 | insupportable to herself; thus injuring her own perfection; yet 1090 2, 4 | Himself all our offenses and injustices, and performed Your obedience, 1091 4, 5 | having neither voice nor ink left, having received his 1092 Intro, 0| for the Feast of the Holy Innocents represents those unconscious 1093 4, 9 | do any good, but, without inquiring about possibilities, he 1094 Intro, 0| was beyond the control of inquisitor or guards; the Pope had 1095 3, 28 | simple, and with the small insignificant. And so with love they knew 1096 Intro, 0| deeper truth of an art whose insistent presence is on all sides 1097 Intro, 0| first fervor of the original inspiration was a brightness that had 1098 3, 29 | angels to protect you; to inspire your hearts with good thoughts 1099 3, 18 | know yourselves and the instability of the world. This should 1100 Intro, 0| is not wanting in such instances. Savonarola set great ends 1101 Intro, 0| call themselves today, the instinct of government was his by 1102 3, 22 | on the earth to guard and instruct me, miserable infirm one, 1103 2, 37 | they found in Me, and the insufficiency and short duration of their 1104 Intro, 0| gratified their spite by insulting their exiled rulers. Nothing 1105 Lette, 0| body remaining so pure, intact, and fragrant, that her 1106 3, 25 | the Word, which you saw intellectually in the whiteness of the 1107 4, 6 | imprudence to prudence, nor intemperance to temperance, nor the transgression 1108 3, 6 | and glory, even when they intend to do Me infamy and wrong." ~ 1109 2, 26 | reproof will seem to be intensified in harshness. At the time 1110 Intro, 0| of Siena, and, to a mind intent on mystical significance, 1111 2, 15 | those for whom I pray you to intercede with Me,' but know, that 1112 3, 20 | true and holy compassion, interceding with Me for sinners and 1113 3, 20 | of love for Me based on interested motives, and is clothed 1114 Intro, 0| fortunately for the more vital interests which it represents, long 1115 4, 2 | can any tempest reach the interior of the soul in whom she 1116 Lette, 0| greatly overcome, and both internally and externally tormented. 1117 Intro, 0| native city and heals an international feud between Florence and 1118 Intro, 0| facts, as it were, visibly interpreted by the deeper truth of an 1119 Intro, 0| poor Madonna Pia, of the intertwining of the world of fact with 1120 4, 6 | relations they go on to close intimacies, their body they tend luxuriously, 1121 Intro, 0| has no style as such; she introduces a metaphor and forgets it; 1122 Intro | INTRODUCTION~ 1123 4, 11 | creatures -- the need of introspection. Having first given the 1124 Intro, 0| to the human spirit. She intuitively perceived life under the 1125 Intro, 0| Italian property against the invaders, and came to the relief 1126 Intro, 0| him, at the mercy of the invading Lombard. More and more, 1127 2, 5 | only-begotten Son, cured this invalid, He drinking this bitter 1128 Intro, 0| abstemious student, they invented the phrase: bibere papaliter -- 1129 Intro, 0| principles on which historical investigation should be conducted. And 1130 2, 27 | told you that the Devil invites men to the water of death, 1131 Intro, 0| and who were constantly inviting her to their houses on some 1132 Intro, 0| ecstasy, during which she invoked the Divine judgment on the 1133 Intro, 0| metaphor in the original involves hopeless obscurity of expression. 1134 Intro, 0| Aram sub ipsam simplices ~ 1135 2, 10 | terra omnia traham ad me ipsum,' that is, 'If I am lifted 1136 1, 8 | gentleness and benignity on the irascible. Good men produce and prove 1137 Intro, 0| crushed for the time by the iron hand of Pope Boniface, rather 1138 Intro, 0| the perfect manner, the irresistible attractiveness, of that 1139 2, 37 | become sons, and serve Me, irrespective of themselves, for I, who 1140 2, 37 | but time, of serving Me, irrespectively of herself. It was with 1141 2, 5 | with what presumption and irreverence they are received. Wherefore, 1142 3, 31 | evil life, seculars become irreverent and disobedient to the holy 1143 4, 8 | or rough words, speaking irreverently and reproving him. You can 1144 Intro, 0| who would have disgraced Islam that their subjects could 1145 Intro, 0| system as the Prophets of Israel had done, under the older 1146 3, 32 | as two streams of water issuing from You, the Sea Pacific. 1147 4, 7 | affliction of sadness, or jars with obedience, remains 1148 2, 6 | My servants, if they are jealous to constrain Me by their 1149 Intro, 0| frequently conventional and jejune. Compare, for instance, 1150 3, 30 | value of time and of the jewels of virtue, reproves herself, 1151 Intro, 0| older dispensation, to the Jewish Priesthood. They came out 1152 2, 8 | therefore, necessary to join human nature with the height 1153 3, 2 | her vocal prayers without joining them to mental prayer, that 1154 Intro, 0| told of the Blessed Hermann Joseph, the Premonstratensian, 1155 2, 11 | Blood, so that My creatures, journeying on their pilgrimage, may 1156 3, 14 | an ecstasy of desire, she joyfully takes the food prepared 1157 2, 25 | exultation, a mirthfulness, a jubilee, a joyousness in themselves, 1158 Intro, 0| as suppliants before the Judgment- seat of Christ, and the 1159 Intro, 0| critical and, perhaps, a juster view of the matter. The 1160 Intro, 0| for once, to have been justified, at perilous odds, of her 1161 Intro, 0| divinity of her mission, and justifying, after years of labor, her 1162 Intro, 0| inscribed the words: Sponsae Xti Katerinae Domus. Here, on March 5, 1163 Intro, 0| devout are cut through by the keen logic of one who has experienced 1164 4, 6 | holy obedience, who do not kick against the pricks of their 1165 Intro, 0| only government they knew. Kings and nobles had conferred 1166 Intro, 0| presence, she reverently kissed the hem of his garment, 1167 3, 5 | receive grace, uniting and kneading her together in the Blood. 1168 Intro, 0| custom on the staircase to kneel and repeat a "Hail Mary" 1169 3, 32 | from opening to him who knocks with perseverance. Wherefore 1170 4, 5 | will like Dominic; great laborers were these sent by My Father 1171 Lette, 0| the grief with which I was laboring and the anguish with which 1172 Intro, 0| her gentle spirit into the lacerated souls of the suffering wherever 1173 3, 2 | to afflict yourself or to lament your sins.' And once more 1174 2, 5 | holy desire, replied with lamentation -- "My sweetest daughter, 1175 2, 40 | began to weep. Yet his lamentations were imperfect and remained 1176 4, 10 | invite you to endure, Myself lamenting with you over her iniquities. 1177 4, 8 | Word, but with eloquent language. Look at the stinking flowers 1178 Intro, 0| the "Rights of Man" has largely taken the place of the individual 1179 3, 28 | was because through the largeness of their charity, and of 1180 3, 31 | have passed their lives lasciviously and in many sins, receive 1181 3, 4 | perfect union with Me. The two last-mentioned states are united, that 1182 Intro, 0| there as long as the vision lasted, had she not been violently 1183 4, 9 | have more than he who comes late, as My Truth told you in 1184 4, 9 | the vineyard; some enter later in life, and others in old 1185 Intro, 0| last century. His is the latest edition printed of the Dialogo. 1186 Intro, 0| pathetically human. The hymn at Lauds for the Feast of the Holy 1187 2, 3 | indiscreet, for it is not lawful to perform even one act 1188 Intro, 0| Christians, priests as well as laymen, rulers as well as subjects, 1189 2, 24 | he begged the favor that Lazarus might go to his brothers, 1190 Intro, 0| whether the Age of the Saints, le moyen age enorme et delicat, 1191 3, 28 | saying: 'These are blind and leaders of the blind, and if the 1192 4, 3 | them from the way of Truth, leading them along a way of lies, 1193 2, 37 | proceeds from Me, that no leaf of a tree falls to the ground 1194 4, 5 | paper on which to write, leaned over, confessing the faith, 1195 Lette, 0| little help began to sit up, leaning against the same mother. 1196 1, 7 | sensual passion, for she learns the perverse law, which 1197 Intro, 0| Savonarola replied to the Papal Legate, who, in his confusion, 1198 Intro, 0| Church were governed by papal legates, mostly men of blood and 1199 Lette, 0| her arms, her neck and her legs remained as flexible as 1200 3, 28 | infirmity, they would oftentimes lend countenance to their infirmity 1201 2, 5 | defiled her face, and become leprous, on account of her filthiness 1202 3, 14 | everything, and in this way she lets fall sensual tears -- tears, 1203 Intro, 0| of the most voluminous of letter-writers, keeping up a constant correspondence 1204 2, 17 | that is neither pure nor liberal, but is double, making a 1205 3, 28 | faith, and therefore with liberality, did they distribute to 1206 2, 30 | virtues. The soul is free, liberated from sin by the Blood of 1207 2, 13 | and has remained like a lifeboat to draw the soul out of 1208 3, 28 | the eye of the intellect lifts itself with the pupil of 1209 3, 18 | also add a third. The first lightens you all to know the transitory 1210 Intro, 0| bride from airy regions, and lightly settled on the summits of 1211 3, 28 | correct others, becomes like a limb which putrefies, and corrupts 1212 Lette, 0| devotion, but of the bosom and limbs, in which nothing could 1213 3, 12 | herself, exceeding every limit of her nature with the greatness 1214 3, 17 | not be deceived through my limited vision, that You would declare 1215 2, 3 | therefore place neither laws nor limits to her love for Me; but 1216 Intro, 0| an individual rival. The lion could hardly have been caught 1217 3, 16 | entered the heart of the listener, and having passed through 1218 4, 1 | along the road of obedience, lit up with the light of glory. 1219 Intro, 0| eloquence, and also of such literary perfection that this book 1220 Lette, 0| her sustenance becoming so loathsome to her, that it was only 1221 Intro, 0| vocation of preaching. The local representatives of the Holy 1222 4, 2 | to yourself to bind your loins with it, for fear you lose 1223 Intro, 0| the mercy of the invading Lombard. More and more, people came 1224 3, 16 | should always be unquiet, longing and desiring that thing 1225 Intro, 0| way Gregory may truly be looked upon as the founder of popular 1226 3, 2 | the more the soul tries to loosen her affection from herself, 1227 4, 2 | the hand of holy desire loosens its grasp, they will lose 1228 Intro, 0| Her lot was cast on evil days for 1229 4, 6 | the house of his soul the lovers of his spouse, Obedience, 1230 2, 1 | neighbor is done discreetly and lovingly, because these virtues are 1231 Intro, 0| waking from a heavy sleep, lowered her eyes and said: 'Oh, 1232 Intro, 0| ideal of an Augustine or a Loyola, or of the heroic courage 1233 Lette, 0| she said certain things to Lucio and to another, and finally 1234 Lette, 0| by crowds of people, and lucky he thought himself who was 1235 Intro, 0| Palma et coronis luditis!" ~ 1236 4, 5 | rules, so thoughtfully and luminously appointed by those who were 1237 3, 19 | it, nor that, within her, lurks the stench of pride, and 1238 3, 18 | law of perversity fights lustily against the spirit). I did 1239 4, 6 | intimacies, their body they tend luxuriously, for being without either 1240 2, 14 | Your creatures. Oh, Loving Madman! was it not enough for You 1241 4, 3 | the door. Oh! fools and madmen, delay no longer to come 1242 4, 11 | believes. This water is a magic mirror into which You, the 1243 Intro, 0| room, adorned with regal magnificence, in which was seated, on 1244 4, 5 | and the good, not for the majority. I say few because they 1245 4, 3 | Immaculate and humble Lamb, the Maker, Fulfiller, and Giver of 1246 Intro, 0| with a band of disciples, male and female, all over Italy, 1247 3, 3 | her sensuality, through malevolence, should lift its head against 1248 2, 9 | are rather Your guilty and malignant debtors. Wherefore, if I 1249 1, 4 | earth. Bear yourselves with manful courage, and make yourselves 1250 2, 38 | but I make three special manifestations. The first manifestation 1251 Intro, 0| not without much adroit manipulation, from the writings of Abbot 1252 2, 17 | her, and making of her a mansion through affection of love. 1253 3, 24 | separated under the white mantle of the host; for even if 1254 Intro, 0| large a proportion of the many-colored threads that have at any 1255 Intro, 0| Katerinae Domus. Here, on March 5, 1347, being Palm Sunday, 1256 4, 2 | think to be admitted to the marriage feast in foul and disordered 1257 4, 5 | not actually experience martyrdom, were martyrs in will like 1258 Intro, 0| Savior, who, appearing in so marvelous a manner, in order sweetly 1259 Intro, 0| the Lord was working these marvels, the child Stephen, leaving 1260 4, 8 | a one is no friar, but a masquerader, a man only in appearance. 1261 Intro, 0| of palaces, some grim and massive like Casa Tolomei, built 1262 Intro, 0| solemn background of many a masterpiece of the trecentisti, and 1263 4, 9 | tell you. The water bore up Maurus who had been sent by obedience 1264 Intro, 0| apply to the situation such maxims as Ubi Petrus ibi Ecclesia, 1265 2, 17 | Such as these, with their meanness, despise My generosity, 1266 Lette, 0| the same mother. In the meantime we had put before her eyes 1267 Lette, 0| two whole days in prayer. Meanwhile, every morning, after communion, 1268 1, 4 | measure with which a man measures to Me, do he receive in 1269 3, 18 | baptism, and through the mediation of the Blood of My only-begotten 1270 2, 4 | Word, Your Son, to be the Mediator between us and You. He was 1271 3, 14 | offense to Me, receives the meed of mortal pain and tears. 1272 4, 6 | hatred, or rancor, but with meekness and benevolence. ~ 1273 Intro, 0| our hearts do not run to meet them, as they fly to the 1274 Intro, 0| had been in the habit of meeting together to worship the 1275 Lette, 0| namely, that in these melancholy circumstances she might 1276 4, 2 | obedience, you do not think of mending it! Do you think, forsooth, 1277 1, 1 | seen more clearly, I will mention what I remember having heard 1278 2, 3 | than this, I judge to be a mere calling with words, because 1279 2, 25 | that is, they cannot do any meritorious act, by which they could 1280 2, 33 | resound with disordinate merriment or with impatience, because 1281 Intro, 0| religion with their traditional merry-makings, and their conversion would 1282 Intro, 0| have been caught in such meshes in the trecento. Then, the 1283 2, 30 | damnation, I showed you the methods they should use; nevertheless, 1284 Intro, 0| Midway between sky and earth hangs 1285 Lette, 0| Peter's, although a good mile distant, where she would 1286 Intro, 0| excommunication from the Church Militant, a sentence of exclusion 1287 3, 24 | should be divided into a million particles (if it were possible) 1288 Intro, 0| as nowadays we have the millionaire or the philanthropist. Now 1289 3, 27 | neighbor, helping him by the ministration of prayer, as I said to 1290 Intro, 0| long desisted from such minor matters. Its worldly ruin 1291 4, 9 | other have I given so many miraculous signs and testimonies, for 1292 2, 33 | through Christ crucified, mirrored in cordial love of Me, for 1293 2, 25 | with Him, in joyousness and mirth, and you will all be conformed 1294 2, 25 | they have an exultation, a mirthfulness, a jubilee, a joyousness 1295 2, 17 | others, who are covetous misers, acting like the mole, who 1296 Intro, 0| flights of spirituality. His missionary enterprise was characterized 1297 4, 5 | offender. It is true that the mistake of the steersman may send 1298 Lette, 0| which circumstance greatly mitigated the grief of her sons and 1299 3, 24 | means of the Incarnate Word mixed with the Light of My Divine 1300 4, 6 | the order or to endure the mockeries, reproofs, jibes, and insults 1301 4, 1 | with insults, jibes, and mockings. He caused pain to Himself 1302 Intro, 0| perfection which constituted it a model for all succeeding ages. 1303 2, 3 | discretion in various other modes and operations. ~ 1304 2, 11 | was Himself the Bridge, moistened the mortar for its building 1305 3, 15 | wood is on the fire, the moisture it contains groans on account 1306 Intro, 0| in great individuals who molded society, to an extent that 1307 2, 17 | misers, acting like the mole, who always feeds on earth 1308 2, 27 | in this life to tempt and molest My creatures, not for My 1309 2, 27 | consent to his temptations and molestations, he will never be injured 1310 Intro, 0| The papal monarchy had come about, as most 1311 Intro, 0| babies play at hermits or monasteries instead of the soldiers 1312 Lette | Catherine Petriboni in the Monastery of San Piero a Monticelli 1313 Lette, 0| the night of the following Monday, just after I had written 1314 Intro, 0| succeeded in establishing a monstrous claim to control the destinies 1315 Intro, 0| with the help of Pisa, at Monte Aperto, the combined forces 1316 Lette | Monastery of San Piero a Monticelli near Florence. In the Name 1317 Intro, 0| brightness that had fled. The moral state of the secular clergy 1318 Intro, 0| Child Himself. He would be a morose pedant indeed who should 1319 3, 10 | amid the conversation of mortals, and seeing them so miserably 1320 4, 6 | assaults of the devils, mortifying and macerating his flesh, 1321 Intro, 0| governed by papal legates, mostly men of blood and lust, who 1322 Lette, 0| communicated it to my afflicted mothers here, who, supremely grateful 1323 4, 6 | rob him, or that rust or moths will corrupt his garments; 1324 2, 37 | themselves, so as to quell the motions of servile fear in their 1325 3, 20 | for Me based on interested motives, and is clothed in perfect 1326 Intro, 0| of its population. Grassy mounds within the city walls mark 1327 2, 40 | How the soul, after having mounted the first step of the Bridge, 1328 2, 40 | to rise above herself, mounting the throne of conscience, 1329 2, 33 | stripped of self-love, mounts above itself and above transitory 1330 Lette, 0| so terrific, that we all mourned her as dead, remaining under 1331 Lette, 0| times again, but without moving her arms, "Holy God, have 1332 Intro, 0| the Age of the Saints, le moyen age enorme et delicat, has 1333 Intro, 0| date of their erection, and Mr. Murray gives its present 1334 Intro, 0| Lapa, the daughter of one Mucio Piagenti, a now wholly forgotten 1335 4, 5 | through their sins they are multiplied in numbers and deficient 1336 4, 7 | cause one who gives alms to multiply in temporal goods? In return 1337 1, 6 | insults on which often follows murder; sometimes also impurity 1338 3, 11 | and they are annoyed and murmur, because they find much 1339 Intro, 0| their erection, and Mr. Murray gives its present population 1340 Intro, 0| his hopes and fears to the mysterious unknown which surrounds 1341 Intro, 0| to rationalize this white mythology. The tiny Catherine was 1342 Intro, 0| breathing, nevertheless, a na•ve grace and poetry all 1343 4, 11 | garment which covers all our nakedness, feed the hungry with Your 1344 Intro, 0| whom their fellows have named both Saint and Great, was 1345 Intro, 0| prefer those writers whose names were preceded by the title 1346 Intro, 0| to the strong. But even Napoleon was conquered at last rather 1347 Intro, 0| history, written solely ad narrandum, is not history; the historian' 1348 Lette, 0| little fitted to give such a narration, I will write in any case 1349 Intro, 0| means, in an aridity and narrowness of temper that goes far 1350 Intro, 0| have had disciples of other nations, and though conclusions 1351 2, 5 | nature joined to it. The two natures being thus joined together, 1352 4, 9 | by his superior, he has navigated the tempestuous sea of this 1353 2, 31 | either, perseverance is needful -- they are vice and virtue. 1354 2, 28 | Time is as the point of a needle and no more; and, when time 1355 Intro, 0| the highest places. It is needless to say that they were not 1356 3, 31 | divine office which you neglected, by which you fell into 1357 Intro, 0| work of mercy. St. Philip Neri's advice in the matter was 1358 2, 3 | prudence, flies all the nets of the world and its creatures, 1359 Intro, 0| who was married to one Niccolò, as has been mentioned above, 1360 4, 8 | him; for when he is in a nice pleasant resting place, 1361 Intro, 0| one great Tyrant of the nineteenth century found his opportunity 1362 2, 27 | and others to prelates and noblemen, according to their different 1363 Intro, 0| Ruysbrock's Ornement des Noces spirituelles, that unique 1364 4, 9 | and of Me, knowing her own non- existence and sinfulness, 1365 3, 2 | causing them to chatter nonsensically, with the purpose of preventing 1366 Intro, 0| of heresy were fermenting north of the Alps; the preaching 1367 3, 1 | for any reason except (note well) for obedience or charity' 1368 Intro, 0| Holy Office, alarmed at the novelty, imprisoned her and took 1369 Intro, 0| human character just as nowadays we have the millionaire 1370 Intro, 0| Dominicans remained and numbered saints among their ranks, 1371 4, 5 | sins they are multiplied in numbers and deficient in virtue, 1372 Intro, 0| hearts of men. The Divine nuptials, about which the mystics 1373 3, 24 | Spouse." Then this soul obediently contemplated the truth, 1374 2, 30 | nothing but such glittering objects. It is the very brightness 1375 Intro, 0| shop-windows, among the gaudy objets de religion they so much 1376 4, 5 | made it a royal ship, not obliging his subjects under pain 1377 4, 5 | he does not wish them to obscure their physical light with 1378 4, 5 | and since impure living obscures the eye of the intellect, 1379 Intro, 0| original involves hopeless obscurity of expression. Viareggio, 1380 1, 4 | condition, namely, that their obstinacy should not be so great in 1381 Intro, 0| phrase. In such cases I have occasionally taken the liberty of adhering 1382 4, 8 | pleasure, not flying the occasions of them, but rather seeking 1383 Lette, 0| Her transit occurred on the Sunday at the hour 1384 Intro, 0| were responsible for their occurrence, we have to depend in great 1385 Intro, 0| illustration of this attitude occurs in the life of the Blessed 1386 3, 14 | to pass from the stormy ocean to Me, the Sea Pacific, 1387 2, 1 | suffering; wherefore she becomes odious and displeasing to herself 1388 3, 14 | are these tears, shedding odors of great sweetness. ~ 1389 4, 5 | be damaged, but only the offender. It is true that the mistake 1390 2, 15 | own impatience, and its offshoot indiscretion: these are 1391 Intro, 0| presence in the folds of olive which enwrap the base of 1392 2, 3 | Wherefore, when the soul omits them through necessity, 1393 3, 2 | rendering the office be not omitted. But, in any other case, 1394 2, 10 | exaltatus fuero a terra omnia traham ad me ipsum,' that 1395 Lette, 0| stroke that from that day onwards she was no longer in health. 1396 3, 22 | dead to their own will and opinion, and without any passing 1397 2, 28 | body, which was a law that opposed the spirit, and came between 1398 2, 20 | like you, having the same opposition of the flesh to the Spirit, 1399 Lette, 0| with which her throat was oppressed, which was so great that 1400 3, 28 | detractions of men, or insult, or opprobrium, or pain, or torment. ~ 1401 2, 3 | of sin. Holy discretion ordains that the soul should direct 1402 4, 2 | earth, that is to say, the organs of the soul, to germinate 1403 2, 26 | have borne remaining as ornaments on their bodies, like the 1404 Intro, 0| succeeding ones, of Ruysbrock's Ornement des Noces spirituelles, 1405 Lette, 0| prayers as a feeble infant, orphaned by the death of so great 1406 2, 13 | you, I will not leave you orphans, but will send you the Paraclete' -- 1407 3, 24 | ounce, others two or six ounces, or a pound, or even more, 1408 3, 30 | extinguishing his natural fear and overcoming it with holy hatred of himself 1409 3, 4 | which power and virtues she overrules and conquers her own sensitive 1410 Intro, 0| architectural degradation which has overtaken Florence at the hands of 1411 3, 2 | when the Devil wished to overthrow you, by confusion, wishing 1412 1, 6 | paying him the debt, which he owes him, of love, with which 1413 Intro, 0| students of the early Italian painters. It forms the fantastic 1414 Intro, 0| of medieval Siena -- no palace this time, but a small tradesman' 1415 Intro, 0| streets between lines of palaces, some grim and massive like 1416 3, 31 | sins they make her grow pale, because they divert to 1417 Intro, 0| on March 5, 1347, being Palm Sunday, was born Giacomo' 1418 Intro, 0| Palma et coronis luditis!" ~ 1419 Intro, 0| martyrs as playing with their palms and crowns under the very 1420 4, 6 | little door which is in the panel of the door of Heaven. Such 1421 Intro, 0| them excludes him from that Pantheon of gracious souls in which 1422 Intro, 0| doctors paraphrased it, Ubi Papa ibi Roma; but, in practice, 1423 Intro, 0| the secular power of the Papacy. ~ 1424 Intro, 0| invented the phrase: bibere papaliter -- to drink like the Pope. 1425 4, 5 | glorious martyr, having not paper on which to write, leaned 1426 Intro, 0| professors with all the paraphernalia of scientific history, and, 1427 Intro, 0| as the Avignonese doctors paraphrased it, Ubi Papa ibi Roma; but, 1428 Intro, 0| Christian life, healthy or parasitic, is treated of, detailed, 1429 Intro, 0| mysticism of the Adamites of Paris, indicated a widespread 1430 2, 7 | Eternal Life, and might partake of Me, and taste My supreme 1431 2, 25 | And they have a special participation with those whom they closely 1432 3, 24 | be divided into a million particles (if it were possible) in 1433 2, 30 | Spirit. You have, then, two parts in you -- sensuality and 1434 Intro, 0| combined forces of the Guelf party in Tuscany, has now, after 1435 Intro, 0| practical Christianity. Passages occur frequently of lofty 1436 Intro, 0| Beghards, the Theism of the Patarini of Dalmatia, the erotic 1437 2, 3 | her husband of his fame of paternity. It is the same with Me, 1438 3, 2 | completing Psalms and saying many paternosters. And when they have once 1439 Intro, 0| humanity do but seem more pathetically human. The hymn at Lauds 1440 Intro, 0| pass up the narrow, roughly paved streets between lines of 1441 Intro, 0| their time. Catherine the Peacemaker reconciles warring factions 1442 Intro, 0| Colomba, who was a simple peasant, was called to the unusual 1443 2, 38 | developed from the first, is peculiar to those who have become 1444 3, 28 | anointed ones and ministers are peculiarly beloved by Me, on account 1445 Intro, 0| Himself. He would be a morose pedant indeed who should wish to 1446 Intro, 0| inhabit a serener, more pellucid atmosphere. Among these 1447 1, 2 | he explained to her the penalties and intolerable dolor caused 1448 4, 11 | and satisfy Your servant, penetrating me with a ray of grace, 1449 3, 28 | particularly difficult to the penitent. Wherefore by that act the 1450 4, 8 | wretchedly tempting his penitents. ~ 1451 Intro, 0| that the successor of the penniless fisherman should have his 1452 Intro, 0| popular Catholicism, that "pensive use and wont religion," 1453 Lette, 0| without any odor being perceptible, her body remaining so pure, 1454 3, 14 | immortal because the soul's perception of her own sensuality is 1455 2, 11 | who goes under It goes to perdition and death. ~ 1456 3, 28 | exposed themselves to every peril with true patience, offering 1457 Intro, 0| have been justified, at perilous odds, of her children. . . . * * * ~ 1458 4, 6 | this nurse obedience would perish of hunger, for obedience 1459 Lette, 0| seems that God has given permission to the devils to torment 1460 Intro, 0| question, which, hanging perpetually round the skirts of the 1461 2, 37 | to fall into battles and perplexities. This I do so that, coming 1462 2, 40 | love. But when they had persevered in fasting and in humble 1463 4, 11 | am strong, constant, and persevering. In the light of faith I 1464 Lette, 0| suffered by one who should persist for two whole days in prayer. 1465 Intro, 0| effect of her eloquence in persuading the wavering will of the 1466 Intro, 0| the neighboring town of Perugia to bring her before his 1467 4, 8 | Of the perversities, miseries, and labors of 1468 Intro, 0| friends, who gave her the pet name of Euphrosyne, to signify 1469 Intro, 0| which produced Boccaccio and Petrarch. To-day, in the streets 1470 Lette | Siena, to Sister Catherine Petriboni in the Monastery of San 1471 Intro, 0| situation such maxims as Ubi Petrus ibi Ecclesia, or, as the 1472 Intro, 0| which we, in spite of the petulant acerbity of modern theological 1473 3, 30 | aspect, and many diverse phantasms, but the poison of sin not 1474 Intro, 0| accident. Nor were these phenomena the only reward of her infant 1475 Intro, 0| discipline, was but the phenomenal expression, necessary and 1476 Intro, 0| have the millionaire or the philanthropist. Now the saint, although 1477 2, 16 | does this one. This the philosophers knew, not by the light of 1478 4, 6 | lack of means they abstain physically, they indulge themselves 1479 Intro, 0| the daughter of one Mucio Piagenti, a now wholly forgotten 1480 Intro, 0| called by the people Valle Piatta, the holy child, lifting 1481 Intro, 0| prime, like the Palazzo Piccolomini, we find ourselves in a 1482 Lette, 0| many relics and various pictures of the saints. She, however, 1483 2, 11 | and the Truth brought the pieces together again, and cemented 1484 2, 35 | consolations are thorns that pierce the soul who loves them 1485 2, 10 | the soul. Wherefore these pierced Feet are steps by which 1486 4, 3 | impurity, for you seem like pigs to wallow in the mire of 1487 3, 14 | nature. But do you, His pilgrim-members, be ever ready to grow in 1488 2, 17 | and thefts, and how much pillage with unlawful gain, and 1489 Intro, 0| content with the somewhat pinchbeck dignity of an Italian Prefettura. 1490 Intro, 0| defeated, with the help of Pisa, at Monte Aperto, the combined 1491 Intro, 0| joy in hurrying off to the pit popes and cardinals and 1492 3, 14 | Eternal Deity, to fill the pitcher of her heart. And her eye, 1493 2, 26 | conscience will gnaw the pith of the tree, that is the 1494 3, 14 | exercise the soul discovers the plaint of My divine mercy, and 1495 Lette, 0| humble sighs and sorrowful plaints which she exhaled from the 1496 4, 9 | ordered by obedience to plant it in the earth and water 1497 3, 28 | mortal sins, and planted plants odoriferous of virtue. Wherefore, 1498 Intro, 0| place of the individual as a plastic force. The one great Tyrant 1499 Intro, 0| breviary of the Christian Platonician. Another result of their 1500 Intro, 0| these other saintly babies play at hermits or monasteries


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