The coach was a committed Catholic, and in the course of their conversations Verástegui re-discovered his faith and resolved to change his lifestyle.He also declared that he had decided to turn down offers to play roles in films that conflicted with his Catholic beliefs or that insulted his Latino brethren .On a recent trip to Barranquilla, Colombia to spread the Catholic faith, Verastegui denied the rumors, dismissing them as jokes.
It actually sounds like he was more or less pressured into his bullshit point of view. The coach was a committed Christian and in the course of their conversations Verástegui re-discovered his faith and resolved to change his lifestyle.In an interview with Dave Hartline, the author of The Tide Is Turning Toward Catholicism and published by Catholic Report, he said he was committed to attend Mass daily, praying, reading the Bible, saying the rosary and going to Confession at least once a week.He also said that he first encountered his renewed faith in Scott Hahn's book, Rome Sweet Home that "had a great impact on me and its influences can be seen in a lot of what I do".In any case, he's pathetic.[quote]Why would you say it's not OP's fault? I may not have expressed myself precisely, but what I meant was that it wasn't OP's fault for bringing up a subject that's been discussed in detail before.Often times, some people on DL just say, "Do a search you idiot" or some such sarcastic comment. We found one story in the most recent edition of to be rather interesting.