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These durable and colorful charms have been very popular with kids and adults alike. Made of soft PVC(similar to rubber), they can clip on a child's backpack, dad's key chain, mom's purse, and anything else you can think of!

Each comes nicely gift packaged as shown, with a brief story of the saint on the backside of the card.

Known also by her religious name, Sister Teresa Benedicta of the Cross, Saint Edith Stein was a brilliant scholor, professor, speaker, and Red Cross nurse. Originally a devout Jew, Edith Stein became an atheist, then a Catholic, and ultimately, a Carmelite nun. She promoted the immense value of women's involvement in education, society and the Church. In 1942, during the Second World War, Edith Stein was killed at Auschwitz.

Feast Day: August 9

Patronage
Atheists Europe Judaism Loss Of Parents Nurses Women

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    These durable and colorful charms have been very popular with kids and adults alike. Made of soft PVC(similar to rubber), they can clip on a child's backpack, dad's key chain, mom's purse, and anything else you can think of!

    Each comes nicely gift packaged as shown, with a brief story of the saint on the backside of the card.

    Known also by her religious name, Sister Teresa Benedicta of the Cross, Saint Edith Stein was a brilliant scholor, professor, speaker, and Red Cross nurse. Originally a devout Jew, Edith Stein became an atheist, then a Catholic, and ultimately, a Carmelite nun. She promoted the immense value of women's involvement in education, society and the Church. In 1942, during the Second World War, Edith Stein was killed at Auschwitz.

    Feast Day: August 9

    Patronage
    Atheists Europe Judaism Loss Of Parents Nurses Women