WHILE WE'RE AT IT
- LETTERS. Simon, Matthew H. // America;4/9/1983, Vol. 148 Issue 14, p270
Several letters to the editor are presented in response to the article "Time for Edith Stein" in the February 26, 1983 issue.
- Letters. Paul, John; McVeigh, Patrick; Whittaker, C. Keith; Hall, Robert; Montagnet, M. // America;5/14/1983, Vol. 148 Issue 19, p388
Several letters to the editors are presented in response to articles published in previous issues including one on Rabbi Matthew Simon's letter denying the Jewishness of Edith Stein in the April 9, 1983 issue "Another Side of Gandhi," by Ralph Buultjens in the April 9, 1983 issue and the...
- The Good Women's Movement. Cross, Nancy M. // National Review;11/25/1988, Vol. 40 Issue 23, p8
Presents a letter to the editor of "The New Republic" concerning the review of the book "Essays on Woman," by Edith Stein.
- Aunt Edith. BATZDORFF, SUSANNE M. // America;02/13/99, Vol. 180 Issue 4, p15
Focuses on the beatification and canonization of Edith Stein who is also known as Teresa Benedicta of the Cross. Differences between the beatification and the canonization of Stein; Comments from Cardinal William Keeler of Baltimore; Details on how the author became aware of her being Jewish.
- Edith Stein: A self-portrait. Donohue, John W. // America;12/10/1994, Vol. 171 Issue 18, p23
Focuses on Edith Stein and her collection of letters. Biographical information; Stein's translation of John Henry Newman's diaries and letters; Josephine Koeppel's translation of Stein's `Life in a Jewish Family.'
- Edith Stein's Early Years. // America;1/3/1987, Vol. 156 Issue 1, p7
Edith Stein will be beatified by Pope John Paul II in May, 1987. A Catholic convert and Carmelite nun, Stein died in Auschwitz in 1942. She was a doctor of philosophy, writing and teaching before entering a convent in 1933 to protect herself, a German Jew, from the Nazis. Her newly translated...
- Nun/Auschwitz victim. // America;5/2/1987, Vol. 156 Issue 17, p354
Editorial. On May 1, 1987, during his visit to West Germany, Pope John Paul II will beatify Sister Teresa Benedicta of the Cross, a Carmelite nun who was born a Jew (Edith Stein) and died in the Auschwitz gas chambers. Conflicting views from her niece.
- Catholics and Jews: Can we bridge the abyss? Batzdorff, S.M. // America;3/11/1989, Vol. 160 Issue 9, p223
The niece of Edith Stein, a Jewish convert to Catholicism who was beatified after her death at Auschwitz, confronts the differences between Catholicism and Judaism. Understanding differences as the means to peaceful coexistence.
- Edith Stein. Payne, Steven // America;10/10/1998, Vol. 179 Issue 10, p11
Provides an overview on the canonization of Edith Stein. Disappointment encountered by Stein throughout her life; Highlights from her autobiography; Her education; Information on the works of Stein in the Carmel of Cologne.