Rosalind Moss: Convert from Judaism Discusses the Eucharist as Sacrifice
Rosalind was reared in a Jewish home in Brooklyn. At a young age he became an agnostic. In the mid-70’s, through the witness of her brother and other Jewish Christians, she accepted Jesus as the Messiah. In the 1990’s, again through the witness of her brother, she began her journey to the Catholic Church, which she entered in 1995. Since this airing, Rosalind has founded the Daughters of Mary, Mother of Israel’s Hope and is now known as Mother Miriam.