Hebrew Catholics (In modern Israeli Hebrew עברים קתולים Ivrím Qatholím) are a movement of Jews converted to the faith of the Roman Catholic Church. The phrase was coined by Father Elias Friedman, OCD (1987) who was himself a converted Jew. They keep Jewish traditions in the light of Roman Catholic doctrine.
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