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Waltraud Herbstrith, Ph.D.

The author “has fashioned a warm, memorable portrait of this woman who, as Jesuit philosopher Jan Nota points out in the introduction ‘discovered in Christ the meaning of human existence and suffering … Edith Stein was one of those Christians who lived out of a hope transcending optimism and pessimism.’ Hers is a voice that speaks powerfully to all of us today, and a life that stands as testimony to the profoundest values of human existence, the significance of the individual, and the truths of faith.”  [From the cover]

IGN, Soft cover, ©1985, 207 pages