Edith Stein.

by Jean de FabreМЂgues

Publisher: Alba House in Staten Island, N.Y

Written in English
Published: Pages: 138 Downloads: 465
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Subjects:

  • Stein, Edith, Saint, 1891-1942.,
  • Catholic converts.

Edition Notes

Translation of La conversion d"Edith Stein.

Statement[Translated from the French by Donald M. Antoine]
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBX4705.S814 F313
The Physical Object
Pagination138 p.
Number of Pages138
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5952605M
LC Control Number65025849
OCLC/WorldCa1209982

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Today the Church celebrates the feast day of St. Edith Stein, one of the great intellectuals of the 20th century, a convert to Catholicism, a nun, and a martyr. Today, we offer an excerpt from Bishop Barron's book, Catholicism, on the spirit of St.

Edith. Nearly 50 years later, she has translated that book, plus a book containing most of Edith Stein’s letters, and built a library of information on Stein that she intends to donate to a center for the study of Edith Stein at Spalding University in Louisville, Kentucky.

Stein herself wrote enough to fill 17 : John Feister. "Edith Stein was beatified in and canonized in but is still relatively unknown in the English-speaking world. She provides an example of a Christian thinker deeply engaged in the debates of her own day, and her work offers models and insights for addressing the questions of.

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