“This is the night when Christ crushed the chains of death and victorious returns from the abyss”. For the coming […]
Edith Stein's parents – Auguste Courant and Siegfried Stein – both come from Upper Silesia. After their marriage in 1871 they lived in Gliwice, where Siegfried's mother ran a wood trade. But the cooperation was unfortunate, and in 1881 the couple decided to move to Lublinitz, Augustes' home region, where they founded their own company in the same industry. The new company did not meet the Steins' expectations and they were continuously supported financially by Augustes family. The decision to move to Lower Silesia in 1890, in search of better conditions, was made.
Wrocław is famous for many exceptional places where history intertwines with the present. The Edith Stein Society cordially invites to one of them. Since June 2008 the Edith Stein House has had its own Conference Centre – Edith's Salons. It is a place where modernity emphasizes the beauty of the past, and the past makes modern activities more distinctive. The stylish interiors and atmosphere of the Edith Stein House make banquets, conferences, training courses, business meetings, as well as gala events and artistic events look unique and its professional service is always there to help.