Conservative presidential hopeful Marco Rubio’s religion of many colors

by DEBORAH HASTINGS | NEW YORK DAILY NEWS  |  published on June 9, 2015

Republican presidential wannabe Marco Rubio, a conservative, anti-gay marriage candidate from Florida, has lost and found his religion several times.

As a child in Miami, he was a Roman Catholic. When his family moved to Las Vegas, he became a Mormon. When the family moved back to Florida he became a Catholic again.

And then, in 2000, he began attending Christ Fellowship in Miami, a fundamentalist mega church that is rigidly opposed to homosexuality and asks employees to sign a declaration saying they’ve never been in a gay relationship.

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