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From Jewish to Catholic – June 5, 2012

Francesca Franchina MS Ed. speaks with Roy Schoeman, Ph. D. of Boston, MA, convert to Catholicism from Judaism about his life growing up in a faithful Jewish home, his turn to atheism, his conversion process and how he was drawn to Catholicism focusing on Judaism, the Messiah Jesus and Catholicism; The Holy Eucharist in his life and the life of all Catholics, The Feast of Corpus Christi and The New Evangelization. Caller Stephanie Schutte shares information about the 11th Annual Corpus Christi Celebration (The Solemnity of The Body and Blood of Christ) at Emmanuel Parish on Franklin Street in Downtown Dayton about the Mass, decoration of Franklin Street with sidewalk pictures depicting symbols of the Holy Eucharist with dyed wood chips lovingly created by Emmanuel parishioners followed by 5:15 PM Mass, Procession and Dinner on Saturday June 9, 2012. All are invited! Today’s Recipes from Francesca’s Italian Kitchen: Pizza Fritte and Italian Dolce (Sugared Bread Dough Treats)

Roy Schoeman – November 16, 2011

FRANCESCA FRANCHINA, MS Ed.  talks with author  Roy Schoeman, son of German  Jewish Holocaust refugees  about growing up in New York in a traditional Jewish family, studying Judaism under some of the most  prominent Jewish rabbis  in contemporary American Jewry;  and how through a series of  dramatic conversion experiences  he came to embrace the Catholic faith “enthusiastically.”  Roy speaks to “What we know about the Jewish people from the Catechism and  Scripture regarding the Second Coming and  why he wrote his books:  Salvation Is From the Jews  and  HONEY FROM THE ROCK; Sixteen Jews Find the Sweetness of Christ.  (www.salvationisfromthejews.com).