March 28th, 7pm: A Personal Journey from Judaism to Atheism to Catholicism: The Remarkable Story of Roy Schoeman
Roy Schoeman grew up Jewish, the son of German Jewish Holocaust refugees, and received a solid Jewish formation from three of the most notable rabbis in America at the time. After losing his faith in God at university (MIT), he went on to Harvard Business School where, shortly after receiving his degree, he joined the faculty at the age of 29. Without God, life seemed entirely meaningless, despite his worldly success. Then, entirely unexpectedly, God revealed Himself to Roy. Come hear the amazing account of Roy’s supernatural encounters with Christ and the Blessed Virgin Mary which resulted in his enthusiastic entry into the Catholic Church. It's a presentation you won't want to miss!
March 29th, 7pm: Why the Last Supper and the Crucifixion took place on Passover: The Transformation of Judaism into the Catholic Church
Why did the very first Catholic Mass – the Last Supper – have to also be a Jewish Passover Seder? Why did Jesus have to be crucified on the eve of Passover? In this presentation, Roy Schoeman, a frequent guest on EWTN and author of “Salvation is from the Jews” and “Honey from the Rock,” will explain how God’s perfect plan for salvation depended on both Judaism and the Catholic Church, resulting in their convergence on Good Friday.