Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish in Morton continues a two-night Lenten event on Monday night, March 29 with a live virtual talk, “Why the Last Supper and the Crucifixion took place on Passover: The Transformation of Judaism into the Catholic Church.”
Author and speaker Roy Schoeman, a Catholic convert from Judaism and former Harvard University professor, will explain how God’s perfect plan for salvation depended on both Judaism and the Catholic Church, resulting on their convergence on Good Friday.
The talk begins at 7 p.m. To register, visit the website olphmorton.org and look for Lenten Events with Roy Schoeman.
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