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Monday, April 22, 2024

Candace Owens Converts to Catholicism: "I made the decision to go home"

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Candace Owens with Fr. Julian Large, CO at the Brompton Oratory in London Candace Owens with Fr. Julian Large, CO at the Brompton Oratory in London

Candace Owens, conservative activist and political commentator, announced today that she has converted to the Catholic Faith. 

This from a young woman who has been making headlines the world over for unapologetically proclaiming that Christ is King, even though she has so much to lose for doing so.

Formerly a Reformed Evangelical Protestant, Owens married George Farmer, a British activist and former Parler CEO, in 2019. Farmer is also a convert to Catholicism.

If you would like the opportunity to meet this Catholic woman, run—don't walk—to register for the Catholic Identity Conference, where Candace will be the keynote speaker. 

And please join the throngs of Catholics who are welcoming her to the one, true Faith! 

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