Edith Stein: The Life and Legacy of the Jewish Philosopher Who Became a Catholic Saint
Edith Stein: The Life and Legacy of the Jewish Philosopher Who Became a Catholic Saint4 4 5 المؤلف: Charles River Editors الراوي: Colin Fluxman
As Stein continued to be influenced by St. Teresa, she was baptized as a Catholic in 1922 and began to turn her attention to becoming a nun. When she ultimately decided that would not be her path, she began to teach at a Catholic school in Speyer, a position she held until 1931. As it turned out, that period of time coincided with the rise of the Nazis, with Adolf Hitler working his way up the ranks of the Weimar Republic before taking full power in 1933.
As the Nazis seized the reins in Germany and began implementing antisemitic policies, Stein’s Jewish background made her a target regardless of her conversion, and she had to quit teaching as a result of not being “Aryan” enough to qualify for a civil servant position. In the wake of that, she pursued her original dream by joining a Discalced Carmelite monastery in Cologne by the end of 1933, and she took the name Teresa Benedicta of the Cross. Edith and her sister Rosa would remain at Cologne until 1938, when their Jewish background compelled them to flee to a monastery in the Netherlands as antisemitic persecution intensified in Germany. They were two of countless Jews who fled Nazi Germany or attempted to ahead of World War II, but as fate would have it, they didn’t get far enough away.
مزيد من المعلومات حول الكتاب الصوتي:دار النشر: Charles River Editors
تاريخ الإصدار: 2019-10-11
المدة الزمنية: 1ساعة 45دقيقة
ISBN رقم: 9781094226682
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