St. Edith Stein Ceramic Plaque
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[1891-1942] was truly a great woman of the 20th Century. Born a Jew, she became an atheist, a philosopher, a teacher and, then, after reading the Autobiography of St. Teresa of Avila, she became Catholic and a Carmelite nun. She was killed with her sister, also a nun, by the Nazis in Auschwitz. She is shown in her habit, with a book (for learning) and with the prisoner‚s Star of David. Her feast is August 9.