Another beautiful collection of St. Teresa Benedicta of the Cross. In it, you'll find essays on the spiritual life, on St. Elizabeth of Hungary, on St. Teresa of Avila, and a few poems written by St. Teresa's Benedicta herself. While I found it delightful, it is a book that is typical of Stein in that it is a meaty text and requires some concentration to get through.
From the publisher: This is an inspiring collection of Edith Stein’s shorter spiritual writings, many available for the first time in English translation. They were composed during her final years, often at the request of her Carmelite superiors. Here the noted philosopher, Catholic feminist, and convert shares her reflections on prayer, liturgy, the lives of holy women, the spirit of Carmel, the mystery of the Christian vocation, and the meaning of the cross in our lives. These essays, poems, and dramatic pieces offer readers a unique glimpse into the hidden inner life of one of the twentieth century’s most remarkable women.The book includes 5 photos and index.