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I Am Not Ashamed of the Gospel, Romans 1:16

Sr. Rosalind Moss (Mother Miriam of the Lamb of God, O.S.B.) |
December 31, 2008 No Comments

Marcus welcomes close friend Sr. Rosalind Moss, former Jew and then Evangelical Christian, to talk about her favorite verse from St. Paul. Sr. Rosalind gives her insight into why Paul, as a Jew, would say, “I am not ashamed of the gospel.”

Sr. Rosalind Moss (Mother Miriam of the Lamb of God, O.S.B.)

Rosalind Moss was a staff apologist with Catholic Answers, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the Catholic faith through all forms of media. She was born and raised in a Jewish home, and in her adult years embraced Jesus as the Messiah of the Jewish people. Her initial conversion took her from a 15-year business career as a successful executive with corporations in New York and California to full-time Evangelical ministry, earning a master’s degree in Ministry from Talbot Theological Seminary. A series of events in the Summer of 1990 set her on a compelling course to find out if the Catholic Church is in fact the Church Christ established 2,000 years ago. After 18 years of Evangelical Protestantism, she entered the Catholic Church at Easter 1995. Rosalind traveled the world speaking and teaching through conferences, parish missions, women’s and family retreats, and all forms of media. She was the editor of Home at Last, 11 Who found their Way to the Catholic Church, which includes her own journey to the Church. In addition to her semi-monthly radio program, From the Heart on Catholic Answers Live, Rosalind co-hosts EWTN’s Household of Faith and Now That We’re Catholic! and is the host of the series, Reasons for Our Hope: A Bible Study on the Gospel of Luke, airing on EWTN and available on DVD for individual, group and parish use together with the book by the same title available from Catholic Answers. Sister Rosalind Moss (now Mother Miriam of the Lamb of God) is foundress of the Daughters of Mary, Mother of Our Hope, in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Her conversion story appears in the book Journeys Home, edited by Marcus Grodi, or can be read online here: Rosalind Moss Conversion Story.

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