April 08, 2020
In celebration of this year's Palm Sunday, Mark Wahlberg sent out a message of hope to his social media followers.
While the world continues to come to terms with the changes from the coronavirus pandemic, Mark Wahlberg sent a message of hope to people through a social media post.
"We still have faith, we have each other, so let's stay strong. God bless you."
Mark's fans, who were not shocked by his declaration of faith, watched the short clip over a million times.
The actor's followers also took to the comment section to applaud him for providing people with a beacon of hope during this difficult time
[Mark Wahlberg] has been known to avoid forcing people to see things from his point of view when issues of religion and belief arise.
The 48-year-old has often spoken about his spiritual life and in an interview with the Catholic Herald, he said that being a Catholic was the most crucial part of his life.
In fact, the "Daddy's Home" star added that the first he does to kick off his day was to "get down on my hands and knees and give thanks to God."
The father-of-four then revealed that he even prayed for people who appeared to be struggling, regardless of the issue they were dealing with. The actor marked this year's Ash Wednesday by sharing his plans for the 46-day Lent period via his Instagram Story.
The "Spenser Confidential" actor made it known that he would be giving out more in terms of love, peace, acceptance, caring, and kindness.
Despite his strong Catholic faith, Mark, who has been in quarantine over the last few weeks, has come to realize that not everybody can relate with him on that same level, Fox News reported.
To that end, the "Deepwater Horizon" star has resolved to not be overbearing with his non-stop show of faith. In other words, Mark has been known to avoid forcing people to see things from his point of view when issues of religion and belief arise.
February 03, 2020