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I've discovered that my great, great grandmother was Jewish - i.e. my mother's mother's mother's mother. She converted to Catholicism upon marriage. Are matrilineal descendants of a Jewess who converted out still considered to be Jewish?

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If you know for a fact that she was Jewish, then you are 100% Jewish. No conversion is needed.

Mazal Tov, and Enjoy! :)

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Hello YechielLabunskiy and welcome to mi.yodeya! Thanks for your extremely direct answer to the question. Information on its source and background would be useful, especially if @NinaTheNinja wants to research further. –  WAF Jan 19 at 21:22
    
Why "Mazel Tov"? –  Double AA Feb 18 at 22:57
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