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Path of Holiness: Wisdom from Catherine of Siena

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There are no cookie-cutter saints. Jesus calls each person to holiness, yet he calls each of us in a unique way. Where can we find the guidance we need as we walk along our paths to God? Catherine’s legacy gives us a glimpse of the divine dealings with our souls. She is a sure guide along the way of loving service to our neighbors for the sake of Christ.

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  • Examines the teachings of Catherine of Siena
  • Provides time-tested spiritual guidance for living a Christian life
  • On Moderation
  • Faith Comes from Love
  • Pursuing God Alone
  • Spiritual Practices
  • On Love of God
  • On Love of Neighbor
  • Embracing Suffering
  • Willingness to Sacrifice
  • The Soul Filled with Virtue
  • On Reconciliation
  • Living a Christian Life
  • Put on Jesus Christ
  • The Soul Makes Four Requests
  • The Needs of the World Increase Our Desires
  • Works Require Love
  • The Role of Desire and Contrition
  • God Is Pleased by the Desire to Suffer for Him
  • Our Neighbor Affects Our Virtues and Defects
  • Virtues Are Accomplished Through Our Neighbor
  • Virtues Proved and Fortified
  • Love of Virtue and Humble Discretion
  • Living Water
  • Signs of Imperfect Love
  • Vocal Prayer Leads to Mental Prayer
  • Signs of Perfect Love
  • Joy in the Light
  • The Pruning of the Perfect
  • Loving Providence
  • The Vision of Eternal Life
  • Saint Catherine’s Prayer for the Whole World and the Holy Church

Catherine of Siena (1347–1380) was a philosopher, theologian, and a Doctor of the Church. Her major works include The Dialogue of Divine Providence and Treatise on Consummate Perfection.