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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1501 Intro, 0| those unconscious martyrs as playing with their palms and crowns 1502 2, 37 | only-begotten Son, enjoying most pleasantly His sweet conversation, 1503 Lette, 0| she asked again for the plenary indulgence, saying that 1504 4, 6 | many relations and finds plenty of friends who love him 1505 Intro, 0| the sea, a vine, and a plough will often appear in the 1506 3, 18 | for, without it, you would plunge into darkness. ~ 1507 3, 32 | instrument of many sins -- I am plunged in intolerable grief. ~ 1508 Intro, 0| Clement VI. they called poco religioso, forgetting his 1509 Intro, 0| nevertheless, a na•ve grace and poetry all their own: the childhood 1510 Intro, 0| illustrative of a course of policy or of the character of those 1511 4, 8 | doctrine, he does so in polished terms, not simply, as one 1512 Intro, 0| Florence in commerce, war, and politics, has, fortunately for the 1513 4, 2 | renounce the world and all its pomps and delights, and to obey. 1514 Intro, 0| of the world, clothed in pontifical vestments, and wearing on 1515 Intro, 0| every child in the Catholic poor-schools. Her insight is sometimes 1516 Intro, 0| strength. It was given to the Popolana of Siena, by the effect 1517 Intro, 0| trecento. Then, the fate of populations was bound up with the animosities 1518 4, 7 | enters and possesses Me, her possessor. See, therefore, that these 1519 4, 9 | without inquiring about possibilities, he fulfilled his obedience 1520 3, 5 | show you by finite pain. I poured from it Blood and Water, 1521 Intro, 0| Catherine the Consoler pours the balm of her gentle spirit 1522 2, 4 | then You will not only be praised by my wretched self, who 1523 4, 8 | secular; and if he have to preach My doctrine, he does so 1524 2, 40 | their fear, and followed and preached Christ crucified. So also 1525 3, 30 | have been the defenders and preachers of the faith to their neighbor. 1526 1, 1 | does because knowledge must precede love, and only when she 1527 Intro, 0| writers whose names were preceded by the title of Saint. In 1528 2, 38 | Myself in the soul in that precise degree of perfection which 1529 Intro, 0| advice in the matter was to prefer those writers whose names 1530 Intro, 0| Dialogo. Once or twice I have preferred the cinquecento Venetian 1531 Intro, 0| pinchbeck dignity of an Italian Prefettura. At least the architectural 1532 Intro, 0| their own treatment of the preliminary stages of spirituality is 1533 Intro, 0| Blessed Hermann Joseph, the Premonstratensian, that his infantile sports 1534 Intro, 0| pass lives of unremitting preoccupation with the problems of truth 1535 Intro, 0| complicated by his temporal preoccupations. For good or ill, it had 1536 2, 37 | Eternal Life, a pure love, prescinding from themselves, is necessary, 1537 2, 13 | the wicked, of whom I will presently speak to you. These are 1538 2, 27 | love, holding fast with pressure of love to Me, the Supreme 1539 Intro, 0| affect even its doctrinal prestige. It was well enough in theory 1540 2, 14 | Forgive my ignorance, that I presume thus to chatter to You, 1541 3, 20 | and ignorance of the road, presuming to choose to serve Me in 1542 3, 28 | of evil doing, they even pretend not to see. And do you know 1543 Intro, 0| education, the same views prevail as to the principles on 1544 2, 11 | the road of virtue were prevented from arriving at their journey' 1545 Lette, 0| discourse, which, many days previously, she had made to the whole 1546 2, 33 | turns back at the smallest prick of persecution, for he loves 1547 2, 7 | man produced thorns and prickly brambles, and My creature 1548 4, 6 | do not kick against the pricks of their order or superior, 1549 Intro, 0| Vos prima Christi victima ~ 1550 Intro, 0| His is the latest edition printed of the Dialogo. Once or 1551 4, 10 | truth, so as not to be taken prisoner if you go slowly. I demand 1552 4, 5 | caused each to keep his private possessions and to fail 1553 Intro, 0| further from the truth. Probably at no period has the Christian 1554 Intro, 0| unremitting preoccupation with the problems of truth and goodness are 1555 Intro, 0| hear her out. He did so; proclaimed her complete orthodoxy, 1556 2, 6 | by which they have been procreated to grace. See, therefore, 1557 3, 31 | right way their grief will procure them mercy. But it is no 1558 Intro, 0| extraordinary circumstances of its production, this work has a special 1559 4, 8 | observe at the time of his profession; he swims in the tempestuous 1560 Intro, 0| Rome, was the only one who profited by the exile of the Pope. 1561 1, 7 | made through love of Me, profits him nothing so far as grace 1562 Intro, 0| slightly abridging their prolixity. ~ 1563 4, 9 | according to the love and promptitude of the truly obedient; and 1564 3, 20 | His Blood. Rise up then, promptly, and follow Him, for no 1565 3, 11 | intellect, and known the prophecies of the holy prophets. In 1566 2, 32 | that may arise, either of prosperity or adversity, and to persevere 1567 Intro, 0| were simple townspeople, prosperous, and apparently deserving 1568 4, 6 | heads with humility, but proudly do so, because they must, 1569 3, 28 | not that I alone am He who provides all things necessary for 1570 4, 8 | of laying a table, or of providing food for himself like this 1571 2, 36 | their sails, and turns their prow backwards. Wherefore, because 1572 3, 2 | nothing except to completing Psalms and saying many paternosters. 1573 Intro, 0| his calls, he returned and pulled her with his hands, saying: ' 1574 4, 10 | and persecutions from it, punishing its iniquities at own desire 1575 1, 3 | in this life are given as punishments, but as corrections, in 1576 3, 20 | closer the soul is to Me, the purer she becomes, and the further 1577 Intro, 0| who still lives one of the purest glories of the Christian 1578 3, 20 | Purity. I am that Fire which purifies the soul, and the closer 1579 Intro, 0| class of writers, or rather purveyors, well-intentioned no doubt, 1580 3, 28 | becomes like a limb which putrefies, and corrupts the whole 1581 3, 28 | subjects, on seeing one putrefying from the corruption of mortal 1582 Intro, 0| the defects as well as the qualities of the statesman. His theological 1583 Intro, 0| benefactors. "Soul, as a quality of style, is a fact," and 1584 4, 9 | whole sea, but only that quantity which it contains. The sea 1585 Intro, 0| destinies of the soul by quasi-magical agencies and the powers 1586 2, 37 | with themselves, so as to quell the motions of servile fear 1587 2, 40 | herself unworthy of peace and quietness of mind. Now comes the second 1588 3, 10 | them by their desire to quit the body. These not only 1589 4, 10 | might understand things quite clearly, I represented to 1590 Intro, 0| a doctrine perhaps more radically revolutionary than that 1591 Intro, 0| before the anarchy which was raging round the city of St. Peter. 1592 Intro, 0| spared to Siena. Even the railway has had the grace to conceal 1593 4, 1 | virtue of obedience. Her raiment given her by this nurse 1594 3, 3 | in many ways how the soul raises herself from imperfection 1595 Intro, 0| anti-Pope who should have rallied to his allegiance these 1596 4, 3 | injustice, murders, hatreds, rancors, detractions, murmurings, 1597 Intro, 0| to the embrace of those rare souls who inhabit a serener, 1598 4, 5 | the vow of obedience, it rarely happens that he does not 1599 2, 19 | in envy, and in perverse rashness with impatience, are forever 1600 Intro, 0| indeed who should wish to rationalize this white mythology. The 1601 3, 11 | eye of the intellect is ravished by the fire of My charity, 1602 3, 24 | image and similitude and re-creating you all to the life of grace 1603 2, 10 | human generation, should be re-made, in order to free you from 1604 4, 2 | of your own pleasure have re-obtained your liberty." ~ 1605 2, 4 | Wherefore, as a man more readily sees spots on his face when 1606 3, 3 | also for things that in reality come from Me, which is what 1607 Intro, 0| the Christian conscience realized more profoundly that the 1608 3, 30 | the moment of death she realizes better the value of time 1609 Intro, 0| controversies, have difficulty in realizing. Prince and serf would one 1610 2, 37 | the throne of conscience, reasoning with themselves, so as to 1611 4, 10 | blessed, when all shall have reassumed their bodies given by Me, 1612 3, 7 | participate in My beauty. But, rebelling against Me in their pride, 1613 Intro, 0| than of that of any more recent period, nor is the reason 1614 3, 2 | and love in merely vocal recitation, which the soul is not required 1615 3, 31 | sin, and how even when you recited it with your mouth your 1616 4, 6 | prayer is impossible, he recites vocal prayers, or busies 1617 3, 2 | to say, that while she is reciting, she should endeavor to 1618 2, 36 | gathers together her memory to recollect her vice, her intellect 1619 3, 30 | profitable, for the soul recollected in herself, is caused by 1620 1, 4 | delights of sin, and with the recollection of shameful pride, avarice, 1621 Lette, 0| our Savior used, when He recommended the disciples to the Father, 1622 Lette, 0| spectacle of the mother, recommending herself to her blessed child, 1623 2, 6 | My enemies, though I have reconciled them, by means of the Blood 1624 Intro, 0| Catherine the Peacemaker reconciles warring factions of her 1625 2, 4 | willingly gave man a means of reconciliation, so that after the great 1626 Intro, 0| truth the town has never recovered from the plague which, in 1627 Intro, 0| sacred groups so familiarly recurrent to the memory in such an 1628 1, 6 | neighbor being forced to redeem, to his own loss, his own 1629 2, 5 | free consent. He has been redeemed from slavery, and made free 1630 2, 22 | Devil is the third pain and redoubles to them their every toil. 1631 4, 7 | life? To what did My Truth refer? To temporal substance? ~ 1632 2, 40 | particular, to the disciples, but referred in general to the whole 1633 2, 1 | glory to My Name, and in referring to Me the graces and the 1634 3, 29 | to teach you My doctrine reflected in the mirror of their life, 1635 3, 24 | When you break a mirror the reflection to be seen in it is not 1636 3, 28 | holy and regular life, and reforming the lives of those who live 1637 Intro, 0| as by some natural law of refraction, over the hearts of men. 1638 3, 32 | love ought not and cannot refrain from opening to him who 1639 3, 32 | You can not destroy it or refuse it to him who asks for it. 1640 2, 25 | They have a desire too, to regain the gifts of their body, 1641 Intro, 0| beautiful room, adorned with regal magnificence, in which was 1642 Intro, 0| freedom of his country and the regeneration of the state; but the spirit 1643 Intro, 0| descended as a bride from airy regions, and lightly settled on 1644 3, 28 | example of their holy and regular life, and reforming the 1645 4, 8 | desire, not observing the regulations or customs of the order, 1646 Lette, 0| food, but had the habit of rejecting it. Moreover, not one drop 1647 4, 9 | shortness of the time, that they rejoin those who entered in their 1648 3, 28 | the most holy faith was rekindled in the darkened. And prelates, 1649 2, 14 | wondering at the mercy of God, relates many gifts and graces given 1650 2, 30 | And, although above, in relating to you the delusion and 1651 Intro, 0| popular among her numerous relatives and her parents' friends, 1652 2, 37 | weak ones, of whom I speak, relax their energy, impatiently 1653 2, 37 | only for their own profit, relaxing their love for their neighbor. 1654 Lette, 0| picture, containing many relics and various pictures of 1655 Intro, 0| Clement VI. they called poco religioso, forgetting his noble charity 1656 1, 5 | the company of those who relish the taste of My honor, and 1657 2, 27 | from her nature, always relishes good, though it is true 1658 Lette, 0| Finally she employed the remainder of the above-mentioned time 1659 3, 32 | existence, do mercy to us, and remake the vessels which You have 1660 1, 5 | in you, and you did not remark that you were really asking 1661 2, 19 | had made an anvil. All the remedies are ready to save men from 1662 3, 2 | particular, without also remembering the Blood and the broadness 1663 3, 31 | reason that any one should remind him of the sins that he 1664 1, 6 | and so cruel is he that he reminds neither himself nor others 1665 1, 4 | doctrine of My servants, will I remit both guilt and penalty, 1666 2, 21 | therefore is gnawed with remorse, seeing that her own sin 1667 3, 24 | nothing but the crackling of a remorseful conscience, not through 1668 Intro, 0| detailed, analyzed incisively, remorselessly, and then subsumed under 1669 Intro, 0| ourselves in a world very remote indeed from anything with 1670 Intro, 0| domestic architecture of the Renaissance at its prime, like the Palazzo 1671 2, 23 | of the miserable soul is renewed and increased by the union 1672 4, 2 | baptism, promising therein to renounce the world and all its pomps 1673 3, 15 | made green again by the renovation of grace drawn into itself 1674 4, 3 | by My providence the Word repaired the key of obedience, but 1675 Lette, 0| this, as I believe, she repeated more than sixty times, raising 1676 4, 11 | Physician, have not been repelled by my grave infirmities; 1677 3, 31 | whereas had he grieved and repented for the offense done to 1678 4, 3 | will, and have the time repenting of their disobedience, it 1679 3, 23 | soul attentive to prayer, replying to one of the above-mentioned 1680 3, 14 | Then she reposes in Me, the Sea Pacific, 1681 4, 11 | For this light I know to represent to myself You -- the Supreme 1682 Intro, 0| of preaching. The local representatives of the Holy Office, alarmed 1683 2, 26 | is the body. They will be reproached by the Blood that was shed 1684 3, 31 | turns he hears nothing but reproaches with great confusion. His 1685 Intro, 0| 000. The free Ghibelline Republic which, on that memorable 1686 3, 28 | therefore his labor may be reputed to be in vain, who watches 1687 1, 6 | hatred of the neighbor, reputing one's self to be greater 1688 Intro, 0| de religion they so much resemble. To keep healthy and raise 1689 2, 35 | but that the punishment is reserved, unless, that is to say, 1690 Intro, 0| path of peace. The Pope's residence at Avignon, the Babylonish 1691 Intro, 0| dangerous rival to a French Pope residing in distant Avignon, however 1692 3, 9 | on being struck, made no resistance, but said: 'My Lord, what 1693 4, 6 | he feels in his mind, and resisting by watching and humble prayer, 1694 Lette, 0| Pope Urban VI., whom she resolutely confessed to be the true 1695 2, 33 | delights of the world, will not resound with disordinate merriment 1696 3, 20 | desire, and that the words resounded not only in your mind, but 1697 2, 33 | empty thing, when touched, resounds, but not so when it is full. 1698 3, 28 | them. This was because I responded to the love, faith, and 1699 2, 4 | grew by means of the divine response, and how her sorrows grew 1700 Intro, 0| Divine; it was by the sacred responsibilities of his office that they 1701 Intro, 0| character of those who were responsible for their occurrence, we 1702 3, 28 | much excellency they never rested like good shepherds from 1703 4, 8 | he is in a nice pleasant resting place, where he would like 1704 3, 30 | End, with ineffable love, restoring to Me the pearl of justice 1705 4, 4 | self-hatred, and in order to restrain in everything their own 1706 4, 5 | on her own fragility, and restraining her own will. Enlightened 1707 2, 3 | neighbor with measure, with a restricted love, as I have said, not 1708 2, 40 | nourished by humility, which results from the knowledge and holy 1709 3, 2 | if there be time, she can resume the vocal prayers which 1710 1, 6 | and cruelty and becomes a retailer of the flesh of men. Oh, 1711 3, 20 | life; and, if you have well retained this doctrine, you will 1712 2, 10 | Cross, and the third still retains the great bitterness He 1713 Intro, 0| Schools. For Benedict XII., a retiring and abstemious student, 1714 Intro, 0| wise measure of temporary retreat before the anarchy which 1715 Intro, 0| Terrible, again, is the retribution prophesied to the "unworthy 1716 2, 13 | See then how He returns, not in actual flesh and 1717 2, 37 | their deserts, but I do not reveal Myself to them, because 1718 Intro, 0| Church half veils and half reveals her teaching as to the destiny 1719 2, 4 | eternal love to take Your revenge on me, and to do mercy to 1720 Intro, 0| the Pope's presence, she reverently kissed the hem of his garment, 1721 3, 18 | shall say to you, I shall revert to the beginning of your 1722 2, 22 | This first pain revives in them, then, the second, 1723 2, 28 | and taste Me without any revolt, for they have left the 1724 Intro, 0| which followed the French Revolution. The spoil was then necessarily 1725 Intro, 0| to say that they were not revolutionaries -- had they been so indeed 1726 Intro, 0| doctrine perhaps more radically revolutionary than that of any heretics 1727 3, 16 | through words alone, have come revolutions of states, and destructions 1728 2, 37 | themselves, for I, who am the Rewarder of every labor, render to 1729 2, 26 | with their glorified body, rewarding them for the toils they 1730 Intro, 0| was thawed by the somewhat rhetorical enthusiasm of Chateaubriand 1731 Intro, 0| Romanticists beyond the Rhine, hostility gave place to 1732 Intro, 0| preserve the characteristic rhythm of the sentences, so suggestive 1733 4, 8 | place in the mouth of a ribald secular; and if he have 1734 4, 6 | live in their own pleasure richly and delicately, not like 1735 2, 30 | do, and free choice gets rid of sensuality and binds 1736 Intro, 0| of the Blessed Colomba of Rieti. Colomba, who was a simple 1737 4, 5 | or deed; so that he has rigged his ship with the three 1738 Intro, 0| such as "Capital" or the "Rights of Man" has largely taken 1739 Intro, 0| his own person, escape its rigors, but must, one day, render 1740 2, 17 | They are cruel usurers, and robbers of their neighbor; because 1741 1, 6 | seize the goods of others, robbing the poor creatures; sometimes 1742 4, 2 | clothed in the shining nuptial robe, will hasten, the key of 1743 Lette, 0| remained in very good health, robust and fresh as usual. In these 1744 4, 2 | charity, on her is founded the rock of the holy faith. She is 1745 3, 31 | the hand of mercy and the rod of justice, and because 1746 Intro, 0| judgment on the sins of Rodrigo Borgia. It was useless to 1747 Intro, 0| Himself a Roman of Rome, Romano di Roma, as those who possess 1748 Intro, 0| of the French king. The Romans, who had always treated 1749 Intro, 0| Chateaubriand and of the Romanticists beyond the Rhine, hostility 1750 2, 11 | the Bridge is walled and roofed with Mercy. His also is 1751 Intro, 0| Friars a most beautiful room, adorned with regal magnificence, 1752 2, 1 | this knowledge is virtue rooted. Discretion is the only 1753 4, 5 | his ship with the three ropes of obedience, continence, 1754 Intro, 0| Once inside the rose-colored walls, as we pass up the 1755 2, 19 | because their heart is rotten, and, having spoiled their 1756 4, 8 | the leaves of smooth or rough words, speaking irreverently 1757 Intro, 0| Tolomei, a huge cube of rough-hewn stone stained to the color 1758 Intro, 0| as we pass up the narrow, roughly paved streets between lines 1759 Intro, 0| familiar. And yet, as we rub our eyes, unmistakably a 1760 4, 6 | Little by little they are ruined on another point, for they 1761 Intro, 0| these ancient survivals. He ruled that the celebration of 1762 4, 2 | with the hammer of pride, rusting it with self-love. It would 1763 Intro, 0| two succeeding ones, of Ruysbrock's Ornement des Noces spirituelles, 1764 Intro, 0| correction to the hierarchy. Sabatier points out truly that the 1765 Intro, 0| of the Festivals of the Sabots should if possible be held 1766 Lette, 0| her breathing, continuous, sad, and feeble. On account 1767 2, 29 | and those of others, was saddened to hear of and to see the 1768 4, 6 | for the only thing which saddens him is to see Me, his Creator, 1769 2, 33 | and security, and walks safely because I am in the midst 1770 4, 3 | every good without any evil, safety without any fear, riches 1771 Intro, 0| such lofty enthusiasm, such sagacious political insight. Himself 1772 Intro, 0| And so these other saintly babies play at hermits or 1773 Intro, 0| appropriately exposed for sale in the Roman shop-windows, 1774 Lette, 0| life or the warnings of salutary doctrine. Oh, mean creature 1775 3, 28 | of old, he would not give salving ointment without the fire 1776 Lette, 0| unction, which our abbot of Sant' Antimo did, while she lay 1777 Intro, 0| Gothic like the Palazzo Saracini, others again illustrating 1778 2, 13 | of the Divine Nature and sat at the right hand of Me, 1779 4, 11 | seek; the soul cannot be satiated in Your abyss, for she continually 1780 3, 21 | neighbor is a food which never satiates him who feeds on it, the 1781 3, 17 | Supreme and Eternal Father, Satisfier of holy desires, and Lover 1782 4, 2 | with true humility, which saves you from coveting, contrary 1783 3, 32 | praise will be Yours in saving so many creatures, than 1784 3, 28 | they balanced exactly the scales of holy justice, reproving 1785 3, 20 | peace and quiet, and no one scandalizes them, for they have cut 1786 1, 7 | foundation of every evil. All scandals, hatred, cruelty, and every 1787 2, 25 | remained fresh, and the Scars in His Body are preserved, 1788 Intro, 0| to the heretical elements scattered through the peninsula. Those 1789 4, 10 | clothed in light which scatters darkness, with which doctrine 1790 4, 5 | of great perfection. Each scented to be another St. Paul, 1791 2, 2 | blossoms of virtue, with many scents of great variety, inasmuch 1792 Intro, 0| allegiance these elements of schism would have been a dangerous 1793 Intro, 0| highly characteristic episode scholastic logic appears, for once, 1794 Intro, 0| ecclesiastical studies in the Western Schools. For Benedict XII., a retiring 1795 Intro, 0| all the paraphernalia of scientific history, and, looking through 1796 3, 28 | humility, and cared not for scorn or villainies, or the detractions 1797 4, 5 | will. Enlightened in her search by faith, she finds the 1798 Intro, 0| suppliants before the Judgment- seat of Christ, and the theory 1799 2, 10 | actions are also drawn to Him. Secondly, everything has been created 1800 Intro, 0| Siena was dictated to her secretaries by the Saint in ecstasy. 1801 Intro, 0| housekeeping beloved of more secular-minded infants. Heaven condescends 1802 2, 33 | would, therefore, have been secure. You must then have thirst 1803 2, 33 | dead, and he then proceeds securely without any servile fear, 1804 4, 3 | intolerable pain, for it has seduced them from the way of Truth, 1805 3, 30 | virtue, reproves herself, seeming to herself to have used 1806 1, 3 | Then, the Eternal Truth seized and drew more strongly to 1807 3, 30 | This heart then arises and seizes Me, who am its End, with 1808 Intro, 0| was St. Gregory the Great. Seldom, if ever, has the papal 1809 4, 6 | of faith, presumption and self-confidence do not accord with the true 1810 2, 20 | salvation, for with the wind of self-esteem, you filled the sail of 1811 4, 6 | own mind with hatred and self-reproach, thinking that he can never 1812 1, 4 | but, if a man barters and sells it to the devil, the devil, 1813 Intro, 0| appearance of Christ, in the semblance of His Vicar, may fitly 1814 Intro, 0| preaching of Wycliffe, the semi-Islamism of the Hungarian Beghards, 1815 Intro, 0| characteristic rhythm of the sentences, so suggestive in its way 1816 3, 30 | of conscience warns the sentry of reason, and the reason 1817 2, 39 | show that He and I are not separate from each other, on which 1818 3, 29 | with vice through their separation from My love, bring you 1819 Lette | Letter of Ser Barduccio di Piero Canigiani, 1820 Lette | containing the Transit of the Seraphic Virgin, Saint Catherine 1821 Intro, 0| rare souls who inhabit a serener, more pellucid atmosphere. 1822 2, 34 | Divine mirror, saw creatures setting out to attain their end 1823 Intro, 0| airy regions, and lightly settled on the summits of three 1824 1, 1 | with Me and I with him. In several places we find similar words, 1825 2, 6 | indeed, be punished more severely, now that they have received 1826 Lette, 0| these conditions we reached Sexagesima Sunday, when, about the 1827 3, 28 | are afraid of their own shadow, and doubt lest the sky 1828 Intro, 0| undiscriminating admiration. The shadows fell out of the picture; 1829 4, 2 | hammered your iniquities into shape on the anvil of His own 1830 3, 30 | and appear in horrible shapes in order to frighten him 1831 4, 9 | which I have in Myself, I share with you, and with all, 1832 4, 6 | his own use, but freely shares it with his brethren, not 1833 3, 28 | fire of the Holy Spirit, sharing the clemency and burning 1834 3, 28 | benignity, and with the sharpness of fire, cauterizing the 1835 3, 14 | her heart-pangs, and so sheds tears. This is the last 1836 Intro, 0| those two supreme ends. The sheer beauty of the soul "in a 1837 2, 11 | Divine justice, for he is sheltered by the mercy which descended 1838 1, 4 | diamond over his heart and shiver it, and he will receive 1839 2, 28 | hurt them, their feet being shod with the affection of My 1840 3, 30 | sight, but stand afar off shooting their arrows. But their 1841 Intro, 0| exposed for sale in the Roman shop-windows, among the gaudy objets 1842 2, 37 | and the insufficiency and short duration of their love for 1843 3, 31 | gnawing you, the devils shout and render to you the reward 1844 3, 20 | derision, grumbling, and shouting of the people. But all this 1845 3, 30 | But their war and their shouts cannot hurt that soul, who 1846 Intro, 0| enterprise was characterized by a shrewd and gracious condescension 1847 Intro, 0| individual, by any means shrink from contemplating the fate 1848 Intro, 0| the city walls mark the shrinking of the town since the date 1849 3, 20 | Him by Me, His Father, not shunning labors or insults or withdrawing 1850 3, 20 | destroyed his own will, she shuns no labor from whatever source 1851 3, 1 | world. Why does she thus shut herself in? She does so 1852 Intro, 0| practice, Christendom grew shy of a French Pope, living 1853 2, 10 | wherefore He said, -- 'Si exaltatus fuero a terra 1854 3, 32 | was lying infirm with the sickness of negligence and much ignorance, 1855 Lette, 0| frequency of the humble sighs and sorrowful plaints which 1856 Intro, 0| but how profoundly more significant than that of poor Madonna 1857 2, 10 | below. The feet of the soul, signifying her affection, are the first 1858 Lette, 0| time having been passed in silence, she began to say: "I have 1859 Intro, 0| slender-necked Campanile silhouetted against the evening sky 1860 Intro, 0| of adhering to the first simile when the confusion of metaphor 1861 Intro, 0| Aram sub ipsam simplices ~ 1862 3, 28 | of the altar, and, with sincerity of mind, celebrated, burning 1863 4, 9 | her own non- existence and sinfulness, and knowing that I am He 1864 Intro, 0| suggestive in its way of the sing-song articulation of the Siennese 1865 2, 3 | useful to others, for, if one single sin were committed to save 1866 4, 2 | garments? Do you think that sitting down and binding yourself 1867 Intro, 0| Church. By the end of the sixth century the Bishop of Rome 1868 Lette, 0| she repeated more than sixty times, raising each time 1869 Intro, 0| time than by the superior skill or strength of an individual 1870 Lette, 0| covered by the thinnest skin, and so feeble was she from 1871 Intro, 0| hanging perpetually round the skirts of the Bride of Christ, 1872 2, 37 | the second, because they slacken their pace, ceasing to render 1873 4, 5 | charity, so that he never slackened his pace nor turned his 1874 2, 19 | the works of My Son were slandered and unjustly judged, and 1875 Intro, 0| as if waking from a heavy sleep, lowered her eyes and said: ' 1876 Intro, 0| its crenellated wall and slender-necked Campanile silhouetted against 1877 3, 20 | the Devil can attack them, slide under their feet, standing, 1878 Lette, 0| humbly pardon of all for the slight care which she seemed to 1879 2, 6 | shall never fail you in the slightest need." ~ 1880 Intro, 0| Father Raymond's words, slightly abridging their prolixity. ~ 1881 Intro, 0| vineyards which clothe the slopes of the hills or with its 1882 4, 9 | be understood by anything smaller than itself, like a vessel, 1883 1, 4 | conscience, and make them smell the odor of virtue, and 1884 3, 28 | and grew up like sweet smelling flowers in the mystic body 1885 Intro, 0| Majesty, and, with a tender smile, lifted over her His right 1886 3, 17 | not wish to fall into this snare." ~ 1887 Intro, 0| monasteries instead of the soldiers and housekeeping beloved 1888 Intro, 0| forms the fantastic and solemn background of many a masterpiece 1889 Lette, 0| intolerable pains, from the soles of her feet to the crown 1890 3, 32 | to You with anxious and solicitous desire, knowing myself and 1891 4, 9 | animals obey it -- water grows solid under the feet of the obedient 1892 3, 24 | brought near the flame, for no sooner has the fire touched it, 1893 3, 32 | from my infirmity. You have soothed me because with Your love 1894 3, 32 | committed against You by all sorts of people, so that I might 1895 2, 3 | merely calls on me with the sound of words, saying: 'Lord, 1896 4, 5 | apostle in the world, and sowed the seed of My Word with 1897 2, 8 | earth sufficiently large to span the flood and give you Eternal 1898 Intro, 0| centuries of servitude to Spaniard and Austrian, to be content 1899 Intro, 0| as yet, in great measure, spared to Siena. Even the railway 1900 4, 9 | The obedient man speaks words of peace all his life, 1901 4, 5 | with the poverty which was specially his own, as has been said, 1902 Intro, 0| princes, is an almost unique specimen of what may be called "ecclesiastical" 1903 Intro, 0| in 1205, others delicate specimens of Italian Gothic like the 1904 Lette, 0| tender affection was the spectacle of the mother, recommending 1905 2, 26 | they hear that terrible speech, 'Go, cursed ones, to the 1906 2, 11 | every believer may walk speedily, and without any servile 1907 2, 38 | shown in the Blood, which He spilled with such fire of love. 1908 1, 4 | of My only-begotten Son, spilt with so great a fire of 1909 Intro, 0| and it was the duty of the Spirituali, the saints who had received 1910 Intro, 0| her the handmaid of the spiritualized imagination, not, as too 1911 Intro, 0| Ruysbrock's Ornement des Noces spirituelles, that unique breviary of 1912 Intro, 0| are inscribed the words: Sponsae Xti Katerinae Domus. Here, 1913 Intro, 0| Premonstratensian, that his infantile sports were joyously shared by 1914 2, 4 | a man more readily sees spots on his face when he looks 1915 3, 16 | proceeded was not clean, but all spotted with duplicity and misery. 1916 1, 5 | not prove yourselves to be spouses of My Truth, and faithful 1917 4, 5 | announcing the truth, and spreading the faith without any fear, 1918 3, 5 | hold the keys of the Blood, sprinkling It, in absolution, upon 1919 4, 8 | stench comes from this fruit, sprung from the flowers of the 1920 3, 2 | enclosed soul should therefore spur herself on with prayer, 1921 2, 30 | gratitude, and so one power spurs on another, and the soul 1922 Intro, 0| time, to be the political stakeholders. ~ 1923 Intro, 0| personal heresy as to the standards of legitimate evidence, 1924 Intro, 0| have usually taken as their starting-point what, to most, is the goal 1925 Intro, 0| as the result of astute statecraft and the necessities of the 1926 Intro, 0| as the qualities of the statesman. His theological writings, 1927 Intro, 0| effected. It was a kindly and statesmanlike thought. In this way Gregory 1928 1, 7 | and placed them in diverse stations and various ranks, in order 1929 3, 20 | means which helps them to stay their own will, as I said 1930 4, 5 | planting the virtues in their stead. Of a truth Dominic and 1931 Intro, 0| incredible assertions by the steadfastness of her will? There are other 1932 2, 18 | But they, like thieves, steal what is Mine, and give it 1933 4, 6 | eagerness with a holy envy, stealing from him the virtue in which 1934 4, 6 | clemency, the Holy Spirit, will steer them, and having thus shown 1935 4, 5 | with the pearls of virtue, steering it in the way of lofty perfection, 1936 4, 5 | that the mistake of the steersman may send her down into the 1937 Intro, 0| the fate of the faithless steward. In a "Last Judgment" by 1938 Intro, 0| render an account of his stewardship. Nor did the medieval mind, 1939 3, 16 | it himself. This flower stinks less than that of false 1940 Intro, 0| There are stirring pages enough in Christian 1941 Intro, 0| of that Madonna Pia whose story lives forever in the verse 1942 4, 2 | cleansed it with His blood, and straightened it with the knife of justice, 1943 3, 26 | the Blood. See then how straitly you are constrained and 1944 3, 30 | the intellect whether the stranger be friend or enemy. To a 1945 3, 32 | that they may be as two streams of water issuing from You, 1946 Intro, 0| that can hardly be called a street, is another house of medieval 1947 3, 26 | strength and power, which strengthen the soul against her sensual 1948 Lette, 0| be the true Pontiff, and strengthened her sons never to hesitate 1949 3, 2 | through weakness. This food strengthens little or much, according 1950 2, 3 | perseverance from end to end, stretching from Heaven to earth, that 1951 3, 31 | example of your life and striking them with the hand of mercy 1952 2, 10 | affections of the earth, the soul strips herself of vice; on the 1953 1, 7 | aid of its neediness, she strives, inasmuch as she has done 1954 3, 18 | constrain you to any sin by its strivings, but supplies a reason to 1955 1, 3 | Truth seized and drew more strongly to Himself her desire, doing 1956 Intro, 0| retiring and abstemious student, they invented the phrase: 1957 Intro, 0| the city is familiar to students of the early Italian painters. 1958 3, 11 | Scripture, as if they had studied it for long; and this is 1959 Intro, 0| restored ecclesiastical studies in the Western Schools. 1960 4, 1 | being enlightened cannot stumble, or be caused to fall, without 1961 Intro, 0| Aram sub ipsam simplices ~ 1962 4, 6 | little ones, humiliated and subjected through love, with true 1963 Intro, 0| whose will, purified and sublimated by prayer, imposed itself 1964 Intro, 0| entered into the rest of that sublime and touching symbolism under 1965 4, 6 | the path of humility, he submits to small and great, to poor 1966 Intro, 0| election, so far as his subservience to the French king went, 1967 Intro, 0| remorselessly, and then subsumed under the general conception 1968 Intro, 0| Siena, once the successful rival of Florence in commerce, 1969 Intro, 0| of the Holy See that the successor of the penniless fisherman 1970 2, 20 | succor him who wishes to be succored by Me. Man wants My succor 1971 2, 17 | virtues on their neighbor and succoring him charitably. Oh, how 1972 Lette, 0| in Lent, when she finally succumbed, conquered by the innumerable 1973 3, 31 | corrupt their subjects, and suck the blood from My spouse, 1974 3, 24 | misery of those who today are suckled at the breast of My Spouse." 1975 2, 5 | medicine instead of her suckling, because she is grown up 1976 4, 2 | precept of forgiveness, he suffers not when his appetites are 1977 2, 8 | could not be made of earth sufficiently large to span the flood 1978 2, 14 | Divine Mercy! My heart suffocates in thinking of you, for 1979 3, 16 | according as their judgment may suggest to them. The unfortunate 1980 Intro, 0| rhythm of the sentences, so suggestive in its way of the sing-song 1981 4, 6 | Now that places suitable for obedience have been 1982 4, 6 | erect, and if sometimes it suits their convenience to obey 1983 Intro, 0| and lightly settled on the summits of three hills which it 1984 2, 26 | themselves, by their own fault, sunk into the depths of Hell. 1985 4, 6 | through the medium of their superiors, for, as I told you, the 1986 4, 11 | light, which illuminates supernaturally the eye of my intellect, 1987 Intro, 0| the Spirit, which was to supersede the dispensation of the 1988 Intro, 0| would one day appear as suppliants before the Judgment- seat 1989 3, 18 | sin by its strivings, but supplies a reason to make you know 1990 4, 5 | different ways, does not supply material for a real judgment, 1991 2, 15 | that the water does not support her." ~ 1992 1, 8 | the wicked, bearing and supporting his defects. If you will 1993 3, 17 | the other in darkness? Or, supposing I should see that the one 1994 Intro, 0| suspicious matter of the suppression of the Templars. Gradually 1995 Intro, 0| devotional literature is surely an eighth spiritual work 1996 2, 2 | circle were drawn on the surface of the earth, and a tree, 1997 2, 27 | Hell, through their hate, surges up to them in the extremity 1998 Intro, 0| foreground. It would create no surprise to come, while walking round 1999 2, 4 | so that, had she not been surrounded by the strength of Him who 2000 Intro, 0| mysterious unknown which surrounds him. No miracle is needed


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