As a 13-year-old boy, David never completed his Bar Mitzvah due to the rabbi dying on the spot leaving David scarred. After the death of his father, David learns that the large inheritance comes with a catch, to complete his Bar Mitzvah within fifteen days of his father’s passing. If he fails, all the inheritance will go to his egotistical brother Max. David isn’t interested in the money, but to spite his brother he must keep him from getting it. With his bullying brother trying to hamper his efforts, David searches temples and desperately seeks out churches that will perform a quick Bar Mitzvah for a middle-aged man. To complicate matters David had recently converted to Catholicism. “Father, Son & Holy Moses” is a genuinely comedic story which will spark conversation about religion, motives, and treating others with kindness.