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St Catherine of Siena

The Dialogue of the Seraphic Virgin

The Dialogue of St. Catherine of Siena was dictated to her secretaries by the Saint in ecstasy.

The format are questions asked, by St Catherine, with the response being God's answer to St Catherine.

II. A Treatise of Divine Providence

1.     How a soul, elevated by desire of the honor of God, and of the salvation of her neighbors, exercising herself in humble prayer, after she had seen the union of the soul, through love, with God, asked of God four requests more....

2.    How the desire of this soul grew when God showed her the neediness of the world more....

3.     How finite works are not sufficient for punishment or recompense without the perpetual affection of love more....

4.     How desire and contrition of heart satisfies, both for the guilt and the penalty in oneself and in others; and how sometimes it satisfies for the guilt only, and not the penalty more....

5.     How very pleasing to God is the willing desire to suffer for Him more....

6.     How every virtue and every defect is obtained by means of our neighbor more....

7.     How virtues are accomplished by means of our neighbor, and how it is that virtues differ to such an extent in creatures more....

8.     How virtues are proved and fortified by their contraries more....


 

 



 
 

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