See this online text:
- “Edith Stein and Thomas Aquinas on the Analogy on Being”, by Walter Redmond, Studia Metodologiczne, Vol. 37 (2016): pp. 29-45. Available in pdf format (here) at Studia Metodologiczne (Methodologial Studies): Volume 37 (2016).
On the Memorial of St. Teresa Benedicta of the Cross (Edith Stein) in the Ordinary Form of the Roman Rite. See also these texts relating to the Philosopher-Saint:
- Encyclical Letter “Fides et Ratio” on the Relationship between Faith and Reason, by Pope St. John Paul II (14 September 1998). May be read online (on this page) at the Holy See, and on this page of the University of Notre Dame; and available in PDF format (on this page) at Catholic Pages.
- “Husserl, Thomas and Thomists: Edith Stein’s Approach to ‘Faith and Reason’ in An Attempt to Contrast Husserl’s Phenomenology and the Philosophy of St. Thomas Aquinas (1929) and Finite and Eternal Being (1935)”, by Richard Bernier. Available at Academia.edu.
- ‘My long search for the true faith’: The Conversion of Edith Stein, by Benjamin Gibbs. With a Foreword dated 2012. 32 pages. Available in PDF format (on this page) of the British Province of Carmelite Friars.
- “The Passion of Edith Stein—Revisited”, by Sr. Prudence Allen, RSM, PhD. Available in PDF format at Dicastery for Laity, Family and Life. (This 22-page essay provides a summary of the development of the Saint’s theological and philosophical thought in relation to her spiritual life, which was centered on the love of Christ.)
- “Why Do We Need the Philosophy of Edith Stein?” by Mette Lebech, Communio: International Catholic Review, Vol. 38 (Winter 2011): pp. 682-726. Available in PDF format on this page (with an abstract on this page) of Communio.