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Holiness befits your house : canonization of Edith Stein : a documentation

Author: John Sullivan
Publisher: Washington, DC : ICS Publications, 2000.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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This booklet acquaints the reader with major Vatican pronouncements made at the time of Edith Stein's canonization late in 1998, as well as the Pope's homily at the Eucharist of her beatification on May 1, 1987. You can read how the niece of Saint Edith interprets (Jewish) family sentiment about the canonization, and learn the official position of the United States' bishops clearly outlined by their representative  Read more...
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Named Person: Edith Stein, Saint; Edith Stein, Saint; Edith Stein; Edith Stein
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Sullivan
ISBN: 0935216723 9780935216721
OCLC Number: 42619646
Description: 64 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Homily at canonization eucharist / Pope John Paul II --
Biography in canonization eucharist booklet / Pontifical Office of Ceremonies --
Encyclical "Fides et ratio" ; Homily at beatification eucharist / Pope John Paul II --
Catholic University of America welcome / Ingrid Merkel --
Saint Teresa Benedicta's challenges for our times / Eugene Fisher --
Edith Stein's challenges for our times / Susanne Batzdorff --
Homily at evening prayer / John Sullivan (OCD) --
Edith Stein : a fragmented life / Steven Payne (OCD).
Responsibility: edited by John Sullivan.

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This booklet acquaints the reader with major Vatican pronouncements made at the time of Edith Stein's canonization late in 1998, as well as the Pope's homily at the Eucharist of her beatification on May 1, 1987. You can read how the niece of Saint Edith interprets (Jewish) family sentiment about the canonization, and learn the official position of the United States' bishops clearly outlined by their representative for Catholic-Jewish relations.

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