is an inspiring collection of Edith Stein's shorter spiritual
writings, many available for the first time in English translation.
They were composed during her final years, often at the request of
her Carmelite superiors.
the noted philosopher, Catholic feminist and convert shares her
reflections on prayer, liturgy, the lives of holy women, the spirit
of Carmel, the mystery of Christian vocation, and the meaning of the
cross in our lives. These essays, poems, and dramatic pieces offer
readers a unique glimpse into the hidden life of one of the 20th
century's most remarkable women.
Paperback, 155 pp.
Measures 5 1/2" by 8 1/2".