Nothing but death will be able to separate me from the company of my Sisters
In the minds of young Christian idealists like Elizabeth, the idea of martyrdom could resurface from time to time
Let Carmel echo joyfully the dying hymns that soared above when Compiègne so gladly gave its greatest witness to God’s love
"Love will always be victorious, love can do everything."
Let thy blade cut, completing all my offering!
O deign to place us all within thy breast!
Edith Stein explains that she had nothing to do with Gertrud von Le Fort's novella, The Song at the Scaffold