Catherine of Siena (1347–1380), mystic and doctor of the Roman Church, wrote The Dialogue, her crowning spiritual work, for “the instruction and encouragement of all those whose spiritual welfare was her concern.” Her words still have a deep effect on all who read them. Learn from her example and instruction with this heartfelt and intellectually challenging volume.
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Catherine of Siena , (1347–1380) was a part of the Dominican Order, and was a prominent Scholastic philosopher and theologian. She was also posthumously made a Doctor of the Church in 1970.