A Martyr For ReconciliationAn annotated chronology of St Edith Stein's life, based almost entirely on her own words and the words of those closest to her. (from Inside the Vatican, October 1998)
A Witness for Christians and JewsA detailed reflection on the impact of St Edith Stein's life by leading Jewish scholar, Dr Freda Mary Oben PhD, who came into the Church after studying Edith Stein's life and work. (from Inside the Vatican, October 1998)
Edith Steinby Eugenio Zolli. The heroism of Edith Stein. (from Sursum Corda!, Summer 1997)
Edith Stein - Convert, Nun, Martyrby Laura Garcia. Most of Edith Stein's writing on women and women's vocation stems from the decade of her professional life between her conversion and her entrance into the Carmelite community at Cologne. The importance of these essays cannot he overestimated, both in terms of their originality and level of insight, but also in terms of their wider influence.
How Edith Stein Is A Christian MartyrThis article explains how St Edith Stein can be considered a martyr and as having died for the Faith rather than simply because she was a Jew (from Inside the Vatican, October 1998)
Let Us Go For Our PeopleThe story of Edith Stein, brilliant Jewish philosopher and convert canonized on 11 October 1998 (from Inside the Vatican, November 1997)
Postulator's StoryAn interview with 81-year-old priest, Father Simeon, who has devoted his life to St Edith Stein's canonization cause and to promoting her as a patron of Catholic-Jewish reconciliation. (from Inside the Vatican, October 1998)
Secret Nazi Accounts of Events of July 1942An account, taken from various Reich sources. Thie information in these documents was central to the Congregation for the Causes of Saints' conclusion that St Edith Stein was a martyr for the Catholic Faith. (from Inside the Vatican, October 1998)