8th August 2022
A life spent in love: On the 80th anniversary of Edith Stein’s heavenly birthday
In a homily preached for the 80th anniversary of the death of Edith Stein, Cardinal Michael Czerny SJ offers a powerful reflection on the ways in which Edith Stein’s remarkable story resonates with that of his own family.
8th August 2018
Edith Stein: truth at the service of humanity
On 9 August 1942, Edith Stein – St Teresa Benedicta of the Cross, Discalced Carmelite – was murdered at Auschwitz. In 1999, Pope St John Paul II made her one of the six patron saints of Europe.
25th May 2010
Reform, Morality and the Coalition
Joe Egerton urges us to reflect on what Edith Stein, twentieth century philosopher, martyr and canonised saint, had to say about the morality of government, and recognise that the Members of the House of Commons are elected to be above all the guardians of virtue in public life.
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