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Big News: Actor Rob Schneider Embraces Catholic Faith and Announces His Conversion



Actor and comedian Rob Schneider, best known for his roles in several films including Water Boy and 50 First Dates, recently announced that he has converted to Catholicism.

this october On October 31, Schneider shared a message of thanks for her 60th birthday wishes on her X (formerly Twitter) account.

“I am the luckiest man in the world. I have a wonderful partner in life, my beautiful wife Patricia, and three lovely daughters; Elle, Miranda, and Madeline.”

“Today, I am reminded of what Dr. M. Scott Peck told me more than 30 years ago: At 40, you feel like you can conquer the world and there is a feeling that nothing can stop you. But at 60, you realize the true fragility of life and temporariness of it all.”

“A humbling knowledge that there really is a time limit on all things and that God’s design, though perfect, is precious far beyond its brevity.”

The comedian spoke about the importance of time in human life and encouraged his followers to do the same. “If you’re reading this right now, you still have time! Use it wisely, but also foolishly! But use it.”

The comedian shared this brave and beautiful message:

“I’ll tell you this. If there is such a thing as kindness, empathy, compassion, love… it is because you have found it in other people. As my dear friend Norm MacDonald said, “We are a part of this universe. In fact, we are just a part of it. So how much better the universe itself would be if we had kindness and love.”

“For atheists, God loves you too. The mistake you make is to think that the universe is a stupid thing that simply just bumps into things and expands ignorantly and without reason or intelligence. And in somehow, we human beings, with our intelligence, are just some kind of ‘freak’ universal accident.”

“To you, I say this, if there is such a thing as kindness, empathy, compassion, and love…it is because you found it in other people. And as my dear friend Norm Macdonald once said, ‘We are part of this universe, indeed a mere fraction of it, so if we have kindness and love, how much more the universe itself.'”

Schneider ended his message with surprising news. He decided to accept his God in his own life and convert to Catholicism.

“Finally, as a new convert to Catholicism, I apologize for Christ’s unforgiveness toward my colleagues. “I’m very angry at the people who hurt so many people by closing schools, even closing the world and forcing others to do things against their will,” the comedian said in response to criticism of the restrictions during the COVID-19 pandemic. talked about it. .

Schneider ended his message with surprising news. He decided to accept God in his life and convert to Catholicism.

“Finally, as a new convert to Catholicism, I apologize for the unforgiveness of Christ towards my colleagues. I’m very angry at people who have closed schools, even the world, and forced others to do things against their will, which has hurt a lot of people,” the comedian said of his criticism of restrictions during the COVID pandemic -19.

“Forgiveness itself that is the gift that we give ourselves because it frees us as The Christ intends for all of us to be free. For His gift of ultimate and unlimited forgiveness is indeed the gift for all humanity. May God bless you and your families now and forever,” he concluded.

Many well-known Catholics responded to his announcement, including Jeff Cavins, Raymond Arroyo, Bug Hall, Chris Stefanick, and Tracy Sabol.

“You beautifully communicated the love of God!” Catholic biblical scholar  wrote. “Welcome to the Catholic Church! Hope we can meet sometime for some great fellowship! Happy Birthday!”

“Happy Birthday, Rob,” EWTN’s wrote. “May your day be filled with the laughter you have shared with so many for so long. Rock on.”

“Rob – welcome home man,” Catholic evangelist Chris Stefanick . “I’m praying for you today.”

“Welcome home, brother,” Retired actor Bug Hall “Beautiful testimony! Let’s pray for him.”

“Happy Birthday Rob!” EWTN News Nightly Tracy Sabol wrote. Thank you for the laughter you spread and the joy you bring to us all! May God bless you today and always!

Let us pray for Rob Schneider!