Home At Last- 11 Who Found Their Way to the Catholic Church

Home At Last- 11 Who Found Their Way to the Catholic Church

by Rosalind Moss, Alex Jones, James Pitts, David K DeWolf
     
 

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Home At Last is a collection from Catholic Answers of eleven distinct and often startling accounts of conversion.

Though volumes of convert stories have appeared in recent years, those who love the Catholic Church never tire of reading about how still others have allowed themselves to be led by the Holy Spirit into the Church.

We know the next one we

Overview

Home At Last is a collection from Catholic Answers of eleven distinct and often startling accounts of conversion.

Though volumes of convert stories have appeared in recent years, those who love the Catholic Church never tire of reading about how still others have allowed themselves to be led by the Holy Spirit into the Church.

We know the next one we read will give us a fresh look at the Church through that person's eyes. Curious or even critical non-Catholics will find much food for thought in these testimonies. Each convert travels a unique road.

The contributors to this book were Anglican, Presbyterian, atheist, Lutheran, Jewish, Baptist, Pentecostal, agnostic- but now they're Catholic.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940015860863
Publisher:
Catholic Answers
Publication date:
11/13/2006
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
150
File size:
689 KB

Meet the Author

Rosalind Moss, now known as Mother Miriam of the Lamb of God, is known to many in the Catholic world. Born and raised in a Jewish home in Brooklyn, New York, Rosalind Moss embraced Jesus as the Messiah of the Jewish people as an adult. Her initial conversion interrupted a successful 15-year business career as an executive with corporations in New York and California. She changed course, beginning a full-time Evangelical ministry and earning a master's degree in Ministry from Talbot Theological Seminary. Then, a series of events in the summer of 1990 set her on a course to find out if the Catholic Church was in fact the Church Christ established 2,000 years ago. After 18 years of Evangelical Protestantism, she entered the Catholic Church at Easter 1995.

Since that time she has traveled the world speaking and teaching through conferences, parish missions, women's and family retreats, and all forms of media. From July 1999 to May 2008, Sister Rosalind was a full-time staff apologist with Catholic Answers and remains to this day a guest of the semi-monthly radio program, “From the Heart” on Catholic Answers Live. She is the editor of Home at Last, 11 Who found their Way to the Catholic Church, co-host of EWTN's Household of Faith and Now That We're Catholic!, host of Reasons for Our Hope: A Bible Study on the Gospel of Luke, and author of the Bible Study book by the same title.

Having been affected in a rather mysterious, negative way as a young Jewish girl in New York by the shortening of nuns’ habits in the 1960s, Sister Rosalind, having now become—as she puts it—the “most Jewish a Jew can be” by becoming Catholic, desires "to restore the hemline to the floor and the habit to the world through an order of Sisters who will reach out to every segment of society as messengers of hope in the midst of world that has lost its way."

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