Real Catholic family life is the road

out of apostasy

His Excellency Bishop Athanasius Schneider

Beloved, as we continue to search for a new home outside of Tulsa, Oklahoma, I want to tell you all that you have been very much on my heart – and that we, as a community, have been offering our daily Rosary for each and all of you, and especially for the restoration of the family.

In our update of June 22 below, I wrote of the Rome Life Forum, sponsored by Voice of the Family, which took place in May of this year under the theme, “The Family Under Attack: Protecting Parents as Primary Educators.” As much as I desired to urge every soul, especially every parent, either to watch the video presentations or to read the transcripts of the talks, I would guess that only a few of you were able to take the time to do so.

I just relistened to one most outstanding talk by His Excellency Bishop Athanasius Schneider who spoke on, The family: the first encounter with the beauty of the Catholic faith.” Bishop Schneider is Auxiliary Bishop of the Archdiocese of St. Mary in Astana, Kazakhstan. I cannot recommend this holy bishop and his message to you highly enough. I pray you will take the time to listen to His Excellency’s talk below.
                                                                                God bless you,
                                                                                Mother Miriam of the Lamb of God, O.S.B.




Our Lady of Fatima is the Mother of the Messiah!

Beloved, I just today received the short video below from our dear friends at The Coming Home Network International and thought, in light of the 100th Anniversary of the Blessed Virgin’s appearance in Fatima, I would share it with you. Perhaps some of our non-Catholic Evangelical friends might begin to think about the Mother of God in a way that can open their hearts to experience the Son of the Mother, our Divine Redeemer, beyond what they have yet known.

Mother Miriam of the Lamb of God, OSB


As a Jewish girl turned on-fire Evangelical, the thought of using a term like “Mother of God” in reference to Mary seemed blasphemous to Mother Miriam, who was then known as Rosalind Moss.  However, pondering the words of Gabriel in Luke 1, she began to realize how similar they were to the language used to describe the Tabernacle in the Old Testament.

Mother Miriam of the Lamb of God is the foundress of the Daughters of Mary, Mother of Israel’s Hope.

Read her full conversion story: From Jew to Evangelical to Catholic Nun