Thursday, February 14, 2008

EWTN TV and radio host Rosalind Moss to start new Religious Order for Women

Rosalind Moss, an author, who is an Eternal Word Television Network TV host and one of the network's radio hosts, announced Feb. 13 that she is starting a new community of sisters in the Archdiocese of St. Louis with the permission of Archbishop Raymond L. Burke. The new group will be called the Daughters of Mary, Mother of Israel's Hope, she told an audience of more than 200 at the Catholic Breakfast Club of Sacramento.

Moss, 65, said her group will be an evangelistic, teaching community following in the spiritual tradition of St. Francis de Sales. Raised a conservative Jew, Moss spent 18 years as an evangelical Protestant before becoming a Catholic in 1995.

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Tito said...

That is so cool.

I listened to Rosalind Moss speak a couple of years back in Corpus Christi and she is simply an amazing person. She has such a sweet heart and an incredible smile that you just melt each time she opens up about her faith.

Esther said...

I read this to my mom this morning and she is thrilled beyond believe by the news! Thanks Jean.