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St. Teresa Benedicta (Edith Stein) FOUNTAIN OF ELIAS - August 9, 2017 On October 11, 1998, Pope John Paul II canonized St. Teresa Benedicta of the Cross, a Discalced Carmelite nun known in the world as Dr. Edith Stein. Edith Stein was born to a German Jewish family on October 12, 1891, the Day of Atonement on the Hebrew calendar. She grew up to become a brilliant philosopher and university professor, as well as a feminist. Her purely secular lifestyle eventually brought her to a state of melancholy. She began to search for a deeper meaning ...http://fountainofelias.blogspot.com/2017/08/st-teresa-benedicta-edith-stein.html

Aug 9 - St Teresa Benedicta of the Cross FATHER BILL'S BLOG - August 9, 2017 ... Being both Jewish and Catholic, she was smuggled out of Germany and assigned to Echt, Netherlands in 1938. When the Nazis invaded the Netherlands, she and her sister Rose, also a convert to Catholicism, were captured and sent to the concentration camp at Auschwitz where they died in the ovens like so many others of their own people. As they left the convent, Teresa took Rosa's hand and said, "Come, Rosa, we are going for our people!" They died on August 9, 1942. Teresa was beatified May 1, ...http://fatherbill1975.blogspot.com/2017/08/aug-9-st-teresa-benedicta-of-cross.html

Blessed Titus Brandsma- Martyr of Dachau MOUNT CARMEL - July 26, 2017 The Carmelite Order celebrates the memorial of Blessed Titus Brandsma, O.Carm on July 27. Blessed Titus is not very well known. I even doubt if he is known at all outside the Order of Carmel. But this man of faith, a priest and a martyr, was a man of our times. He was born in the Netherlands in 1881 and entered the Order as a young man. He was ordained a priest in 1905 and was highly educated. He assumed positions in the academic world as a professor of Philosophy and ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/MountCarmel/~3/biYcF5HjiuQ/blessed-titus-brandsma-martyr-of-dachau.html

Why Belong to the Lay Fraternities of Saint Dominic? THE ONE TRUE FAITH - July 15, 2017 Hope of Bethany Pro-Chapter Why be a Lay Dominican when I can become a Lay Cistercian, Secular Franciscan, Carmelite, or a Benedictine Oblate? [1] Even Alcoholics Anonymous offers a Spiritual AA. The answer is certainly personal, but the definitive response would be because of the spirituality and charism to which each individual has been called in their vocation. Think of the Lay Dominicans that have been called to martyrdom: St. TÔMA Nguyen Van De- ...http://theonetruefaith-faith.blogspot.com/2017/07/why-belong-to-lay-fraternities-of-saint.html

Saint Joachina De Vedruna, Religious BIG C CATHOLICS - June 9, 2017 ... mark her life's work and vocation. At age 12, Joachina asked to enter the cloistered Carmelite convent, only to be turned away. Her parents hoped this childhood aspiration would pass. And for a time it did. She married Theodore de Mas in 1799, a kind and devout man many years her senior, but was widowed in 1816. Their family was forcibly uprooted when when Napoleon invaded Spain. Theodore remained to fight the French invaders, dying shortly thereafter. ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2017/06/saint-joachina-de-vedruna-religious.html