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Raised a conservative Jew, Moss spent 18 years as an evangelical Protestant before becoming a Catholic in 1995. Continue Reading

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  1. Linda Kyota
    3 years ago

    Thank God for people who work wholly for him to help people like me learn more to enrich my life in Christ! May the Lord bless you with all the greatest treasures to keep His mission going to round up more people to Him!

  2. Patricia (Trish) Gurney
    5 years ago

    I made a retreat this weekend and was speaking with one of the sisters about wanting to go into the convent.She suggested my contacting Rosalind Moss. I am sooo excited about her convent!I would like more information please.
    Thank you and God bless you,
    Yours in Christ.Trish

  3. Adeline Franca
    5 years ago

    Iam so excited about Rosaland Moss starting a religious community. I am very interested in visiting , come and see.

  4. Deanna
    5 years ago

    To contact Rosalind Moss, write to Daughters of Mary, Mother of Israelís Hope, 4950 Heege Road, St. Louis MO, 63123. Or e-mail Moss at rosalindmoss@gmail.com.

  5. Anon
    5 years ago

    http://stlreview.com/article.php?id=15492
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    To contact Rosalind Moss, write to Daughters of Mary, Mother of Israelís Hope, 4950 Heege Road, St. Louis MO, 63123. Or e-mail Moss at rosalindmoss@gmail.com.

  6. Diane Lewis
    5 years ago

    How do I get in touch with Rosalind Moss to inquire joining this new Order? I have been searching to join an order that would accept me at age (then 63) age now 66. Thank You

  7. Michaeleen
    6 years ago

    At the EWTN family conference, I thought I understood from Sr. Miriam's talk, that she is thinking about no longer speaking in public. I commend her for following God's call, but thinking that I would not be able to hear her speak again made my heart ache. I have learned so much from her teachings. She has such a gift for public speaking. I think about how many people she can reach through the radio/TV medians, and I hope that her calling will be able to include public speaking.

  8. Ruth Corbit
    6 years ago

    I would like to have more information on this new religious order.

  9. alice guerin
    6 years ago

    Does Rosalind Moss plan to expand her Order to other states?

  10. Andrea
    6 years ago

    I am interested in learning more about the religious community which Rosalind Moss is founding in St. Louis. Where can I get information on this?


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