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Discussing St. Edith Stein | Socials with the Saints Welcome to Socials with the Saints, Pilgrim Center of Hope’s companion podcast to our video series of the same name. Listen in as Mary Jane Fox, Co-Founder of Pilgrim Center of Hope, and Jason Nunez, PCH's Media Production Assistant, discuss how St. Edith Stein can inspire us in our daily life.  Have you seen our video presentation on the life of St. Edith Stein? You most certainly want to watch it before listening to this episode. You can watch the video presentation here. Get free saint quote cards, a pamphlet & a phone wallpaper of St. Edith Stein here, and share them with friends! We are so grateful to this month’s sponsor, Julie Mellin, who made this podcast episode possible. Send us your feedback to join the conversation by email, ministry@pilgrimcenterofhope.org The official Socials with the Saints theme song is “Hero's Ascent” by Chris Haugen. Used with permission. Thanks for listening and remember, you are never alone in the communion of the saints!
58. Bach, Depression, and Edith Stein: A Conversation with Ben Heschmeyer Welcome to The Endow Podcast! This podcast is a forum for women to foster conversations about the intellectual life and intentional community for the cultivation of the feminine genius.  On this episode, Simone Rizkallah, Director of Program Growth, interviews Ben Heschmeyer on the formative (and de-formative) power of music.Ben has been studying music since the age of 9. In the beginning, his focuses were rock, reggae, and electronic dance music. Eventually, an encounter with sacred music and particularly the music of Beethoven he discovered his calling to follow in the footsteps of the great composers. After studying for a number of years at the University of Missouri - Kansas City, he will continue his musical formation at Musikene University in San Sebastián, Spain. He is passionate about helping others encounter beauty by listening to the great music of the Western Tradition.You won&apos;t want to miss this incredible piece: J.S. Bach: Mass in B minor / Gloria - Qui tollis peccata mundihttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jBshfLiMHlw&feature=youtu.be What’s on your mind and heart? Let us know by connecting with The Endow Team on social media!Facebook at www.facebook.com/endowgroupsInstagram at www.instagram.com/endowgroupsWant to start your own Endow Group? Learn more by visiting our website at www.endowgroups.org or reach out to us at info@endowgroups.org. We look forward to serving you!
St. Lawrence and St. Edith Stein Lawrence was a martyr in the 3rd century, Edith was a martyr in the 20th century. Both lived lives that became a sign of Christ's cross. How can my life too be a holocaust?

Music: Handel Opera, Rinaldo, Aria "Lascia che io pianga", arranged for guitar by Bert Alink.
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The Life of Saint Edith Stein Martyr of Auschwitz A convert from Judaism, who died not only for her Jewish brothers and sisters, but for her executioners, saying if she did not pray for them who would. Her conversion came about through the writings of St. Teresa of Avila.“Jesus remember me when You come into Your Kingdom.” We were staying in the Convent of the Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth, in Krakow, Poland. The good sisters wanted the little pre-school children to sing and perform skits for us.They were so proud of their little charges.The children went from love songs to Jesus and Mary in Polish, to the only song they knew in English: “Jesus remember me when You come into Your Kingdom.” Little did the sisters know why we were crying. As we scanned their precious innocent faces, all we could see were the precious innocent faces of children who, fifty years before, had gone to their horrible deaths in the Nazi death camps of Adolf Hitler. For you see, just two days before, we had walked the Way of the Cross through Auschwitz.Our guide at the Concentration Camp said that no one leaves Auschwitz unchanged. She warned us that we would never forget Auschwitz! And she was right! For many years, we had avoided the ugly graphic truth of man’s inhumanity to his fellow man. In the Holy Land, we avoided the Monument to the Holocaust. Whenever we visited Germany, we said our Rosary and the prayers for the dead as we passed quickly by Dachau. But stop and go inside? No way! I remember one time, when our daughter wanted to go inside Dachau, I said “I’m so sorry, but I can’t!”Browse our Saint Edith Stein CollectionJourneys of Faith Bob and Penny Lord’s StoreJourneys of Faith Blog Subscribe to our Free Blog Easy PeasyBob and Penny Lord TV Channel Miracles of the Eucharist, Apparitions of Mary, and lives of the Saints videos on demand.Support the show (https://bobandpennylord.store/pages/we-need-your-help)
Aug 2 Edith Stein One of the finest philosophical minds of her age, Edith Stein went from Judaism to agnosticisn to Christianity.  Edmund Husserl&apos;s assistant she became a Carmelite Nun and was to die at Auschwitz.
Saint Teresa Benedicta of the Cross (Edith Stein) WOW. I really just scratched the surface on this one. I gotta find an amazing guest to tell us more about Saint Teresa Benedicta of the Cross but for now, enjoy this episode all about her!Follow me on instagram:  deadfriendsaintsemail:  deadfriendsaints@gmail.comFacebook: facebook.com/deadfriendsaintsTikTok: @deadfriendsaintsDead Friend, pray for us!
August 9, 2020, Feast of St Edith Stein, Holy Rosary (Glorious Mysteries) [Comment: Loving the Cross]
Friends of the Rosary,
This month, we celebrate two martyrs of Auschwitz death camp, St Maximilian Kolbe, on August 14, and St Teresa Benedicta, Edith Stein, today. They both suffered the worst horrors of the twentieth century.
Edith Stein was a brilliant university professor and an influential German philosopher. Born into a prominent Jewish family in 1891 in Breslau, Germany, she converted to Catholicism.
One day Edith Stein discovered the autobiography of Teresa of Avila. After reading it, she exclaimed, “This is the truth”. She decided to imitate Teresa of Avila by becoming a Discalced Carmelite nun, adopting the name of St Teresa Benedicta of the Cross.
She was arrested by the Nazi regime, and along with all Catholic of Jewish extraction and her own sister Rosa Stein–also a Catholic–, was killed in a suffocating gas chamber in Auschwitz on August 9, 1942.
Proclaimed saint by John Paul II, Teresa Benedicta learned to love the Cross of Jesus.
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