• I have studied the Jewish Talmud and Midrash for over 14 years. Is it a problem to judge Judaism extremely useful and profound, but indeed inferior, if one has studied it and knows Judaism better than the majority of Jews? Would I not have already converted to Judaism if I ever deemed it superior to Catholicism? Just asking, God bless and Shalom.

  • DeltaOneSix

    A lot of Jews who converted to the Catholic faith sees Catholicism as the fulfillment of the Law and the Prophets. Much of Catholicism owns its origins to Judaism. The Church views the Jewish people as elder brothers and sisters since it was through them, that God was first known.

  • DeltaOneSix

    As one Jewish convert to the Catholicism said. “To understand Catholicism, one must understand that our liturgy, traditions and sacraments are based on the Hebrew roots of Christ and the apostles. Catholic Christianity is in every sense a perfect extension of fulfilled Judaism into the modern world. Catholic Christianity draws its faith and traditions from the actions of the Jewish Messiah — Jesus Christ — which is Yeshua HaMashiach in Hebrew. The Sacred Liturgy of the Mass draws from the liturgical proceedings of the Synagogue’s Sabbath liturgy and the Jewish Passover Seder.” – Bob Fishman.