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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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2001 Intro, 0| gently with these ancient survivals. He ruled that the celebration 2002 Intro, 0| twin-sister, who did not survive. Her parents, Giacomo and 2003 2, 20 | Word? Mortal creatures, susceptible of pain like you, having 2004 Intro, 0| his service in the gravely suspicious matter of the suppression 2005 3, 14 | them with patience, but sustaining them with joy, she counts 2006 1, 8 | patience which is in him, who sustains the anger of the wicked, 2007 Lette, 0| action of taking food for her sustenance becoming so loathsome to 2008 Lette, 0| and, when she did so, she swallowed nothing of the substance 2009 4, 8 | him in the sea, making him swim in the strength of his own 2010 4, 8 | see that he labors more swimming with his arms, than the 2011 4, 8 | time of his profession; he swims in the tempestuous sea, 2012 2, 16 | body and their mind like a swine who wallows in mud, for 2013 2, 5 | filthiness and self- love, and swollen with the pride and avarice 2014 Intro, 0| as it has an important symbolical bearing on the great task 2015 Intro, 0| that sublime and touching symbolism under which the Church half 2016 Intro, 0| Vicar, may fitly appear to symbolize the great mission of her 2017 Intro, 0| satisfying beatitude. The Symbols of Catholic theology were 2018 Intro, 0| that a man who lacks the sympathetic power to enter into the 2019 Intro, 0| in Art as well as Life, sympathy is power. ~ 2020 Intro, 0| relation to the ecclesiastical system as the Prophets of Israel 2021 3, 31 | hidden your pearl and your talent which I placed in your hands 2022 Intro, 0| there can indeed be no tampering; but for the determination 2023 Intro, 0| stained to the color of tarnished silver with age, once the 2024 2, 25 | she has hunger, but the tediousness of satiety and the pain 2025 2, 22 | heat and gnashing of the teeth and many others. Now because 2026 Intro, 0| of the suppression of the Templars. Gradually the Holy See 2027 4, 5 | appointed by those who were temples of the Holy Spirit. See 2028 1, 6 | him both spiritually and temporally, according to the need in 2029 Intro, 0| upon, a wise measure of temporary retreat before the anarchy 2030 2, 27 | which allowed him to be tempted, so as to arrive at virtue, 2031 4, 6 | intimacies, their body they tend luxuriously, for being without 2032 Intro, 0| Grex immolatorum tener ~ 2033 4, 8 | he does so in polished terms, not simply, as one who 2034 2, 10 | Si exaltatus fuero a terra omnia traham ad me ipsum,' 2035 3, 28 | they bore themselves like terrestrial angels, not by nature, but 2036 3, 29 | the Supreme Judge, shall terribly condemn them at their last 2037 Lette, 0| she had another stroke so terrific, that we all mourned her 2038 1, 8 | good proof of itself, being tested by many contrarieties, it 2039 4, 9 | many miraculous signs and testimonies, for it proceeds from the 2040 3, 30 | His conscience gives good testimony of him to Me, and I justly 2041 Intro, 0| almost always followed the text of Gigli, a learned Siennese 2042 3, 22 | salvation of souls. Wherefore, I thank You, Supreme and Eternal 2043 3, 32 | Father, are He who will be thankful and grateful for me, that 2044 Intro, 0| historic imagination, was thawed by the somewhat rhetorical 2045 Intro, 0| Hungarian Beghards, the Theism of the Patarini of Dalmatia, 2046 Intro, 0| days forms their charming theme. Here the blasting illuminations 2047 Intro, 0| The Symbols of Catholic theology were to her the necessary 2048 Intro, 0| the heroic courage of a Theresa, affirming against all human 2049 1, 7 | exercise and prove your virtue therewith; because, inasmuch as you 2050 Lette, 0| the bones, covered by the thinnest skin, and so feeble was 2051 Intro, 0| to her husband, of whom thirteen only appear to have grown 2052 3, 18 | But this you cannot know thoroughly, unless you first recognize 2053 4, 5 | of these holy rules, so thoughtfully and luminously appointed 2054 2, 3 | that she would lay down a thousand times, if it were possible, 2055 Lette, 0| blessed virgin and mother of thousands of souls, about the feast 2056 Intro, 0| proportion of the many-colored threads that have at any time attached 2057 1, 2 | evil that was happening throughout the world, conceiving a 2058 Intro, 0| wearing on His head a papal tiara; with Him were the princes 2059 4, 9 | who went at prime or at tierce, and those who went at sext, 2060 4, 4 | to bind themselves more tightly through self-hatred, and 2061 Intro, 0| herself, although naturally a timid child, stood still for a 2062 Intro, 0| this white mythology. The tiny Catherine was no exception 2063 Lette, 0| in my hurry I omit. Her tomb is visited devoutly by the 2064 3, 20 | To-day it is your turn, and tomorrow it will be mine unless the 2065 Intro, 0| keep healthy and raise the tone of devotional literature 2066 Intro, 0| illuminations of the Revelation are toned down to a soft and tender 2067 4, 8 | clothes should be suddenly torn from the ship, which will 2068 2, 22 | choose the fire, and the tortures and torments, and to see 2069 Intro, 0| with domes and clustering towers. As seen from the vineyards 2070 Intro, 0| Lapa Benincasa, were simple townspeople, prosperous, and apparently 2071 Intro, 0| donations to his See, large tracts of country, not only in 2072 Intro, 0| palace this time, but a small tradesman's dwelling. In the fourteenth 2073 Intro, 0| cannot do it," he was in the tradition of medieval orthodoxy. Moreover, 2074 Intro, 0| new religion with their traditional merry-makings, and their 2075 4, 6 | leave the good customs and traditions of his order. He has also 2076 2, 10 | exaltatus fuero a terra omnia traham ad me ipsum,' that is, ' 2077 3, 30 | of a just and perfect man transcends nature, extinguishing his 2078 4, 8 | delights he finds there, he is transferred elsewhere, and the change 2079 2, 25 | So you see then, that the transformation is not in His Face, when 2080 Intro, 0| Catherine, beside herself, and transformed into Him upon whom she gazed 2081 2, 37 | affection of love, because love transforms the lover into the object 2082 4, 5 | and similarly, when he transgresses the vow of obedience, it 2083 4, 6 | intemperance to temperance, nor the transgression of the commandments of the 2084 Intro, 0| editor. My aim has been to translate as literally as possible, 2085 Intro, 0| One word as to the translation. I have almost always followed 2086 Lette, 0| From that hour began new travail and bitter pains in her 2087 3, 14 | said. Having thus sweetly traveled by that Bridge, following 2088 2, 11 | come, it may not impede the traveler. Do you know what these 2089 4, 3 | neighbors, your thefts and treacheries, and the disordinate pleasures 2090 3, 29 | My love, bring you great Treasures -- that is to say, the Sacraments 2091 2, 37 | humility, for which purpose I treat them thus, without drawing 2092 Intro, 0| to be reached; their own treatment of the preliminary stages 2093 Intro, 0| many a masterpiece of the trecentisti, and seems the only possible 2094 2, 23 | in that Day who will not tremble. To the miserable ones who 2095 2, 3 | not shine in the time of trial, it would not have been 2096 3, 31 | their life I use this sweet trick with them, making them hope 2097 3, 2 | much. For the more the soul tries to loosen her affection 2098 4, 3 | those done to you are but trifles. You will see that remaining 2099 Intro, 0| exclusion from the Church Triumphant, "You cannot do it," he 2100 Intro, 0| who has experienced and triumphed over them. Terrible, again, 2101 3, 2 | not on that account to be troubled or suffer annoyance and 2102 Intro, 0| whatever, it is perhaps truer of the history of the middle 2103 2, 3 | then remain empty. This, My trumpeter, the glorious Paul, taught 2104 3, 16 | contained in the roots and trunk of self-love and of pride, 2105 3, 31 | hands, and therefore they try to confuse you, so that 2106 Lette, 0| the hour of Compline on Tuesday, without any odor being 2107 4, 11 | water of the sea is not turbid, and causes no fear to the 2108 Intro, 0| streets of Siena, the same Tuscan idiom can be heard, hardly 2109 Intro, 0| forces of the Guelf party in Tuscany, has now, after centuries 2110 3, 28 | Constantine disputing with those twelve Jews before the whole crowd, 2111 Intro, 0| wholly forgotten poet, bore twenty-five children to her husband, 2112 Intro, 0| of the Dialogo. Once or twice I have preferred the cinquecento 2113 Intro, 0| often in these days of the twilight of the soul, its tyrant 2114 Intro, 0| born at the same time as a twin-sister, who did not survive. Her 2115 Intro, 0| made the saint a well-known type of human character just 2116 Intro, 0| from evil. Similarly the ugliness of sin, as much as its wickedness, 2117 2, 16 | mire of sensuality. Oh, ugly soul, where have you left 2118 Intro, 0| prince himself was held to be ultimately amenable to an idea, which 2119 3, 20 | remain attached to Me by the umbilical cord of fiery desire. Such 2120 Intro, 0| Will to Christendom. The unanimity with which the Christian 2121 2, 3 | its creatures, and, with unarmed hands, that is through much 2122 3, 16 | They are insatiable and unbearable to themselves, and it is 2123 4, 3 | the contrary; they, like unbridled horses, without the bit 2124 Lette, 0| of Sext, but we kept her unburied until the hour of Compline 2125 2, 22 | Conscience, which gnaws unceasingly, seeing that the soul is 2126 Intro, 0| Innocents represents those unconscious martyrs as playing with 2127 Intro, 0| gradually, and as it were unconsciously, effected. It was a kindly 2128 2, 4 | that You do this by Your uncreated love which moved You Yourself 2129 2, 30 | truly, that, when the soul undertakes to gather together, with 2130 2, 20 | set, has led you along the underway which is a running stream, 2131 Intro, 0| hostility gave place to an undiscriminating admiration. The shadows 2132 3, 28 | Son, who is Himself the undivided Sun, as has been said, and 2133 Intro, 0| faculties, whom it is not unfair to describe as the feuilletonistes 2134 3, 16 | may suggest to them. The unfortunate creatures do not remember 2135 3, 16 | cause hatreds, murders, unhappinesses of all kinds to their neighbors, 2136 Lette, 0| Oh, unhappy that I am! You have placed 2137 Lette, 0| under this terrible and unheard-of agony, I should fear to 2138 Intro, 0| efficacy; the customary uniformities of experience were thought 2139 4, 7 | those who have given Me the unit of their own will, both 2140 3, 5 | the soul to receive grace, uniting and kneading her together 2141 Intro, 0| fears to the mysterious unknown which surrounds him. No 2142 2, 17 | and how much pillage with unlawful gain, and cruelty of heart 2143 3, 31 | his sin, his conscience unloaded by holy confession, and 2144 4, 2 | from earth to heaven and unlocks the celestial door. You 2145 Intro, 0| yet, as we rub our eyes, unmistakably a world of facts, though 2146 Intro, 0| hagiology. Who can read unmoved of the struggles towards 2147 2, 27 | to you, 'I am your God, unmoving and unchangeable,' and I 2148 Intro, 0| It would be an unnecessary digression from our subject 2149 Intro, 0| perfectly balanced character, an unquenchable love and a deathless will. * * * ~ 2150 3, 16 | that they should always be unquiet, longing and desiring that 2151 Intro, 0| those who pass lives of unremitting preoccupation with the problems 2152 Intro, 0| peasant, was called to the unusual vocation of preaching. The 2153 3, 11 | and coarse understanding, uplifting the eye of the intellect 2154 4, 10 | being broken. And now I urge you and My other servants 2155 1, 6 | rational creature; but its usefulness is more particular when 2156 Intro, 0| of Rodrigo Borgia. It was useless to attempt to stop her; 2157 Lette, 0| health, robust and fresh as usual. In these conditions we 2158 Intro, 0| The great mystics have usually taken as their starting-point 2159 2, 17 | neighbor. They are cruel usurers, and robbers of their neighbor; 2160 1, 6 | virtue, the villain also usurps the office of the demons, 2161 Intro, 0| the experience of our own utilitarian century makes us familiar. 2162 Lette, 0| great that she could hardly utter her words, while we, placing 2163 1, 3 | that finite works are not valid, either as punishment or 2164 Intro, 0| valley, called by the people Valle Piatta, the holy child, 2165 3, 30 | peacefully, because they have vanquished their enemies during their 2166 2, 1 | act, or with diverse and varied penances, which are the 2167 2, 2 | with many scents of great variety, inasmuch as the soul renders 2168 Intro, 0| became more and more the vassal of the French crown. Such 2169 Intro, 0| breathing, nevertheless, a na•ve grace and poetry all their 2170 2, 4 | have accomplished with man, veiling the Eternal Deity with the 2171 Intro, 0| under which the Church half veils and half reveals her teaching 2172 Intro, 0| preferred the cinquecento Venetian editor. My aim has been 2173 2, 10 | for, in My Son, was no venom of sin. This Bridge is lifted 2174 2, 30 | the world, without Me, are venomous thorns, and, that the vision 2175 Intro, 0| reputation to lose would venture on any personal heresy as 2176 Intro, 0| which are voluminous and verbose, are marked rather by a 2177 Intro, 0| story lives forever in the verse of Dante. Who shall distinguish 2178 Intro, 0| had inherited a garbled version of the mysticism of Joachim 2179 Intro, 0| world, clothed in pontifical vestments, and wearing on His head 2180 Intro, 0| a City Beautiful: Siena, Vetus Civitas Virginis. The town 2181 Intro, 0| obscurity of expression. Viareggio, September 1906.~ 2182 Intro, 0| Vos prima Christi victima ~ 2183 Intro, 0| every step to impede her victorious advance. * * * ~ 2184 Intro, 0| level of education, the same views prevail as to the principles 2185 3, 28 | poverty, and sought out vileness with profound humility, 2186 1, 6 | an example of virtue, the villain also usurps the office of 2187 3, 28 | and cared not for scorn or villainies, or the detractions of men, 2188 2, 10 | when He was given gall and vinegar to drink. In these three 2189 Intro, 0| towers. As seen from the vineyards which clothe the slopes 2190 4, 6 | order, easily and without violence, because he observes the 2191 Intro, 0| lasted, had she not been violently diverted by others. But 2192 Intro, 0| Beautiful: Siena, Vetus Civitas Virginis. The town seems to have 2193 3, 2 | prayers vocally, and I, visiting her mind sometimes in one 2194 4, 6 | leave the refectory, but visits it continually and delights 2195 Intro, 0| fortunately for the more vital interests which it represents, 2196 Intro, 0| of Christianity, that the vitality of that Idea was the life 2197 Intro, 0| Humanity, of the soul in vi‰ on its dusty pilgrimage 2198 Intro, 0| was called to the unusual vocation of preaching. The local 2199 3, 32 | cry in order to hear their voices! Your truth told us to cry 2200 3, 14 | and would fall at once, vomited from the heights to the 2201 2, 40 | she opens the window and vomits her filth, by holy confession. 2202 Intro, 0| Vos prima Christi victima ~ 2203 4, 2 | blessed obedience! you voyage without fatigue, and reach 2204 2, 31 | when you asked Me, how the voyagers could come out of the river. 2205 3, 30 | will. Such men as these wage war with the world, the 2206 2, 37 | master, I pay them their wages according to their deserts, 2207 Lette, 0| feeble was she from the waist downwards that she could 2208 1, 4 | give them light, and that I wake up in them the hound of 2209 4, 9 | of his superior, and so walked upon the water as if he 2210 2, 11 | you see that the Bridge is walled and roofed with Mercy. His 2211 2, 16 | their mind like a swine who wallows in mud, for in the same 2212 3, 22 | henceforward, I may never again wander from the path of Your doctrine, 2213 2, 40 | extirpates, with hatred, the wandering thoughts of her heart, looking 2214 4, 5 | with due perfection. So she wanders, seeking by that light in 2215 Intro, 0| cell or in the hospital ward. She is one of the most 2216 3, 17 | Himself, in the time of our warfare with You, in the person 2217 3, 29 | say, they illuminate and warm their neighbors through 2218 3, 24 | warms whoever wishes to be warmed by it, and is not defiled 2219 Intro, 0| as its wickedness, should warn us of its true nature. Love, 2220 Lette, 0| of the good life or the warnings of salutary doctrine. Oh, 2221 Intro, 0| the Peacemaker reconciles warring factions of her native city 2222 4, 6 | cruel enemies, anger, which wars against his benevolence; 2223 2, 6 | divine love, and, with them, wash the face of My spouse. ~ 2224 3, 29 | prayer to re-clothe them, washing away their foulness with 2225 4, 8 | Disobedience. He does not watch in prayer, and not only 2226 3, 30 | city of his soul, like a watch-dog which stands at the door, 2227 4, 6 | knowledge; and sloth against watchfulness and continued prayer. ~ 2228 3, 30 | flesh with penance, with watchings, and humble and continual 2229 Intro, 0| eloquence in persuading the wavering will of the Pope to return 2230 3, 26 | when lifted from the hot wax upon which it has been impressed, 2231 3, 1 | exercise of prayer, which is a weapon with which the soul can 2232 4, 2 | themselves; they do not wear the cord of self-contempt, 2233 2, 12 | promises refreshment to him who wearies himself for Me, who am grateful 2234 3, 32 | my heart should ever grow weary, or my eyes fail through 2235 Intro, 0| profoundly Catholic, as weaving together in the web of its 2236 Intro, 0| weaving together in the web of its own secular experience 2237 2, 1 | of self-knowledge, and, wedding with charity, has indeed 2238 Lette, 0| in this state for eight weeks, unable to lift her head, 2239 3, 24 | bring their candles, one weighing an ounce, others two or 2240 4, 8 | thoughts, which he voluntarily welcomes with delight and pleasure, 2241 3, 17 | the course of my prayer) a well-disposed mind, a soul rejoicing in 2242 3, 10 | that I reward not their well-doing or that the sacrifice of 2243 Intro, 0| writers, or rather purveyors, well-intentioned no doubt, but not endowed 2244 Intro, 0| effective Emperor of the West -- had resulted in a natural 2245 2, 3 | body, macerating the flesh whenever it should wish to combat 2246 4, 6 | having no key of obedience wherewith to open it, for as I said 2247 4, 8 | refectory against your will whilst you have anything to spend; 2248 3, 5 | given to Christians, and to whomsoever will receive it, and by 2249 3, 16 | full of many and diverse wickednesses, contained in the roots 2250 2, 2 | true humility, which is as wide as the diameter of the circle, 2251 Intro, 0| Adamites of Paris, indicated a widespread anarchy in the minds of 2252 3, 32 | beg of You to force their wills, and dispose them to wish 2253 Intro, 0| ancient fortress-home, in a winding alley that can hardly be 2254 2, 40 | darkness, she opens the window and vomits her filth, by 2255 3, 2 | you rise to Heaven on the wings of mercy, and if I raise 2256 Intro, 0| expressed itself in a "style" so winning, so sweetly reasonable, 2257 Intro, 0| Rome was resolved upon, a wise measure of temporary retreat 2258 2, 37 | imperfection of this love? The withdrawal of the consolations which 2259 3, 2 | goodness (which is never withheld from him who will receive 2260 2, 4 | Deity with the cloud of woe, and the corrupted clay 2261 3, 31 | the soul begins to see its woes, and the just man his beatitude, 2262 2, 14 | How this soul wondering at the mercy of God, relates 2263 Lette, 0| touch it. Almighty God also worked many miracles in that time, 2264 4, 11 | enamored of the beauty of Your workmanship. Oh! Abyss, oh! Eternal 2265 Lette, 0| returning to the house so worn out that she seemed a corpse. ~ 2266 Intro, 0| habit of meeting together to worship the gods. They would thus 2267 3, 29 | of grace, receiving Them worthily (in spite of the great defects 2268 2, 26 | with the filth of avarice, wrapping himself up with the worldly 2269 4, 2 | for your face is never wrinkled with impatience, but smooth 2270 Intro, 0| is, in the words of the writer of the First Epistle of 2271 4, 9 | clemency gave him a proof by writing the other half of the letter 2272 3, 6 | intend to do Me infamy and wrong." ~ 2273 4, 5 | confessing the faith, and wrote the Credo on the ground. 2274 Intro, 0| the Alps; the preaching of Wycliffe, the semi-Islamism of the 2275 Intro, 0| Western Schools. For Benedict XII., a retiring and abstemious 2276 Intro, 0| inscribed the words: Sponsae Xti Katerinae Domus. Here, on 2277 Intro, 0| They gave no credit to John XXII. for his genuine zeal in 2278 3, 15 | desire, so as to no longer yearn for Me or love her neighbor, 2279 3, 12 | Supreme and Sweet Truth, yearned with grief over the ignorance 2280 3, 2 | so, for, in so doing, she yields to a deception of the Devil. 2281 Intro, 0| Christian society reached the zenith of perfection which constituted


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