1. Professor John Hamlon leads a discussion with a group of women on "Essays on Woman" by Edith Stein also known as St. Teresa Benedicta of the Cross.

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  3. Let's listen in as the group discusses the first paragraphs of Edith Stein’s essay, “The Separate Vocations of Man and Woman in Nature and Grace.” What does it mean to be "called" to a vocation? To what are man and woman called?

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  4. In this chapter the group discusses the meaning of "Ezer Kenegdo" as viewed by Edith Stein also known as St. Teresa Benedicta of the Cross.

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  5. On page 62 of Essays on Woman, Edith Stein writes: "God's plan seems essentially altered after the Fall in respect to humanity and the human vocation." In this chapter our participants discuss these effects: the loss of sovereignty over the earth and its implications on Adam's view of his life and his work.

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