Saint Teresa Benedicta of the Cross (Edith Stein) Keepsake/Rosary Box

$35.00

Edith Stein was born into a Jewish family.  In her search for the Truth, she became an atheist, phenomenologist, a Catholic and finally a Carmelite nun.  On a visit to a friend’s house, she found the autobiography of St. Teresa of Jesus, which she read in one night.  Upon finishing the book she declared,”This is the Truth!”

During World War II because of her Jewish heritage, she was sent to Auschwitz/Birkenau where she died in 1942.  She was canonized as St. Teresa Benedicta of the Cross in 1998 and made co-patroness of Europ in 1999.  Her Feast Day is August 9th.

This image is also available as a print and prayer card.

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Keepsake Box information
This Keepsake Box is perfect for stylishly storing jewelry & mementos.  It is an especially nice box for a rosary.   This hardwood box showcases a ceramic tile. Spring-loaded hinged lid stays open and snaps closed.

  • Made of solid hardwood with high-gloss lacquer finish
  • Interior is fully lined in velvet; bottom is covered in felt
  • Measures 5.5″x5.5″x2.25″ with a 4.25″x4.25″ ceramic tile
  • Please note: orientation of image seen is for ease of viewing only; design will face the customer on actual product.
  • THIS PRODUCT IS NOT INTENDED FOR SALE TO, OR USE BY, CHILDREN 12 YEARS OLD AND YOUNGER
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Keepsake Box

black lacquer, mahogany

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