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David Moss, A Jewish Convert to Catholic Christianity

March 7, 2005 No Comments

Marcus and David answer open-line questions from the Journey Home audience.

David grew up in a Conservative Jewish family in the Bronx. By the age of 15 he had lost his faith. He became involved in the left wing politics of the 1960′s. His first conversion was from liberal to conservative politics and becoming pro-life. For the children, David and his gentile wife began to attend a Baptist church, but David still didn’t believe in God. A pro-life friend suggested that he begin visiting the Blessed Sacrament and to pray the doubter’s prayer. After God’s intervention, David’s heart was converted. He repented accepted Christ and was baptized in the Baptist church. About four weeks later he realized he must become a Catholic. David is the President of the Association of Hebrew Catholics. For more information, go to