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Professor Roy Schoeman, gave us a Career in economics, dedicating his life to evangelization of the Catholic faith.

Schoeman explains that he became an Atheist in College after abandoning the Jewish faith. However, he explained that the emptiness of Atheism led his heart to want more.

"I went to sleep and thought I had gently woken up with a hand on my shoulder, and I awakened with the most beautiful young woman I have ever imagined," Schoeman begins. "I knew without being told that she was the Blessed Virgin Mary."

“When I found myself in her presence, all I wanted to do was openly honor her. In fact, the first thought that crossed my mind was' Oh my God. I wish at least I knew the Ave Maria. But I did not.

Schoeman said the Blessed Virgin Mary offered to answer his questions.

He said: “My first thought was to ask her to show me the Hail Mary… but I was too proud to admit I didn't know. So, as an indirect way of teaching me the Hail Mary, I asked her, her favorite prayer. She was a bit shy, but her first response was, "I love all prayers."

"But I was a bit aggressive and said, 'There must be prayers that you love more than others.'

The Harvard Atheist professor claimed that Mary told him that her favorite prayer is "Oh Mary, conceived without sin, pray for us who turn to you." (Our Lady originally presented this prayer to Saint Catherine Labouré.)

When I went to sleep that night, "continued Schoeman," I knew practically nothing about the Blessed Virgin Mary ... I knew nothing of what she revealed to me in this experience. "

“Although she was perfectly beautiful to look at, indescribably beautiful, even more perfect was the beauty of her voice. It was made up of what makes musical music.

"When she spoke, and when the beauty of her voice flowed through me, carrying her love with it, she lifted me to a state of ecstasy, greater than I ever imagined could exist."

Schoeman added that as soon as he woke up, he was completely in love with the Blessed Virgin Mary and that he "wanted to be as complete and fully Christian as possible," which ultimately led him to Catholicism.

"During that experience, I saw how all the graces that flow from divinity to humanity flow through the Blessed Virgin Mary," affirmed the Harvard atheist professor that he today is a devotee of Our Holy Mother.

Oh Mary, conceived without sin, pray for us who turn to you. '

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