Authored by James Butler, Authored by John Milner “So you see that satisfaction is made, through the desire of the soul united to Me,...

The Dialogue of Saint Catherine of Siena: [Illustrated]

The Dialogue of Saint Catherine of Siena: [Illustrated]

The Dialogue of Saint Catherine of Siena: [Illustrated]

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Authored by James Butler, Authored by John Milner

“So you see that satisfaction is made, through the desire of the soul united to Me, who am the Infinite Good, in greater or less degree, according to the measure of love, obtained by the desire and prayer of the recipient. Wherefore, with that very same measure with which a man measures to Me, do he receive in himself the measure of My goodness. Labor, therefore, to increase the fire of your desire, and let not a moment pass without crying to Me with humble voice, or without continual prayers before Me for your neighbors. I say this to you and to the father of your soul, whom I have given you on earth. Bear yourselves with manful courage, and make yourselves dead to all your own sensuality.” 
- Excerpt (p. 7). 

Saint Catherine of Siena, a mystic, dictated the Dialogue while in ecstasy. The work is a dialogue between God the Father and the Saint. It begun in 1377 and finished by 1378. She was a tertiary of the Dominican Order and was declared a Doctor of the Church in 1970 by Pope Paul VI and is one of the six patron saints of Europe.

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6" x 9" (15.24 x 22.86 cm) 
Black & White on White paper
198 pages
ISBN-13: 978-1537466521 (CreateSpace-Assigned)
ISBN-10: 1537466526
BISAC: Religion / Mysticism
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