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Here’s What We Know about Marco Rubio’s Faith of Many Colorsposted on April 15, 2015
At The Washington Post, Sarah Pulliam Bailey explores the faith journey of Marco Rubio after he declared his presidential bid for 2016. Rubio, who was part of the Church of Latter Day Saints as a child, had his first Catholic communion at age 12, and spent a few years in an evangelical church as an adult. Now, Rubio identifies exclusively with the Catholic Church, but believes that various principles connect all denominations. “Some unifying principles bind all Christians: that God became a man and died for our sins, and that without that sacrifice, all of us would be doomed,” Rubio said.