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The Religious Affiliation of Vampire Novel Author
Anne Rice

Anne Rice identifies herself as a Christian. She came to embrace Catholicism in 1998. She stated that her 2005 novel Christ the Lord: Out of Egypt was an evangelical effort on her part, an attempt to present her Christian beliefs to as many people as possible. The novel is a first-person narrative told from Jesus's point of view, telling of his early years.

From: "Religious Affiliations of Celebrities" page in "Celebrity Religion" section of "Religion Facts" website (http://www.religionfacts.com/celebrities/religions_of_celebrities.htm; viewed 26 April 2007):

Below is an index of the religious affiliations or belief systems of celebrities (both living and dead; in film, television, music, literature, academics and politics), listed in alphabetical order by last name...

Celebrity: Anne Rice

Religion/Belief: Catholicism

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The vampire novel author converted to Catholicism in 1998, and wrote a novel called Christ the Lord: Out of Egypt in 2004. Adherents.com [link to: http://www.adherents.com/people/pr/Anne_Rice.html]

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