List of converts to the Catholic Church

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The following is an incomplete list of notable individuals who converted to Catholicism from a different religion or no religion.

Converts[edit]

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  • Israel Zolli: until converting from Judaism to Catholicism in February 1945, Zolli was the chief rabbi in Rome, Italy's Jewish community from 1940 to 1945

Former Catholics who had been converts[edit]

See also[edit]

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