Jews in the Church Conference, Dec. 11, 2004

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Hebrew Catholic Conference – Washinton DC – Dec 11, 2004

2,000 years ago, a Jewish carpenter asked twelve Jewish disciples, “Who do men say that I am?” The answer to that question changed the course of history. Is Jesus in fact the Messiah those twelve and millions after them believe Him to be? Is it possible, as some claim, that He is the Messiah of everyone but the Jews? Is being a Catholic of Jewish origin the negation or the fulfillment of what it means to be Jewish? Did the role of the Jewish people end at the coming of Messiah or do they have an on-going role in the world and in the Church?

I cannot think of a more vital subject for our times, nor can I think of four more outstanding authorities on the issue of Hebrew-Catholic Christianity and the role of Israel in salvation history than Roy Schoeman, Ronda Chervin, David Moss, and Mark Drogin, four of the most known, loved, intelligent, and passionate Jewish entrants into the Catholic Church. This is a first-of-its-kind event which I would urge you not to miss. Come, whoever you are, but come. He came for all!

Shalom!
Rosalind Moss

A one day Hebrew Catholic conference, is being organized by Mark Drogin of Remnant of Israel for Dec. 11 in Washington DC. Please go to their web site for a general description of the conference along with registration details.

  • You are my witnesses (Is. 43:10)  •  You shall be my witnesses (Acts 1:8)