A convert to Judaism, Edith Stein was an intellectual, a philosopher, a feminist, a contemplative nun, and a martyr. She is one of the most controversial saints in recent history. As a philosopher, she struggled with the meaning of truth, Faith, and praye r. And as a woman, she struggled with self-discovery and the complexity of professional and family life. You will come to really understand Edith Steinher culture, the volatile period in history in which she grew up, and the example she sets for this millennium.
Author Biography: María Ruiz Scaperlanda is an award-winning journalist and author. She has written several books and is a regular columnist for Our Sunday Visitor newspaper and Catholic Parent® magazine.
|Publisher:||Our Sunday Visitor (IN)|
|Edition description:||New Edition|
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