Mark Wahlberg’s Palm Sunday Message: ‘We Still Have Faith and We Have Each Other’

Mark Wahlberg & Wife Post Palm Sunday Video Message: "We Still ...

Actor Mark Wahlberg delivered an emotional Palm Sunday message in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, reminding his fans that “we still have faith and we have each other.”
Mark Wahlberg and his wife, Rhea Durham, posted a brief video on Twitter and Instagram in which they sent “love and peace” to everyone around the world. Related Article: James Carville: If Biden ‘Just Stands There and Does Nothing, He’s Going to Win’ Presidency

“Happy Palm Sunday, everybody,” the Transformers: The Last Knight star said. “Just thinking about everybody. We still have faith and we have each other, so let’s stay strong. God bless you guys. I love you.” Durham added: “God bless you.”
Sending love and peace to everyone around the world on this blessed Palm Sunday. ❤️🙏❤️




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The Fighter star is a devout Catholic who has spoken publicly about the importance of faith in his daily routine. “Being a Catholic is the most important aspect of my life,” he told the Catholic Herald in 2010. “The first thing I do when I start my day is, I get down on my hands and knees and give thanks to God.”
Mark Wahlberg recorded a video in 2016 for the vocations office of the Diocese of Providence, Rhode Island, in which he said that his faith serves as the “anchor” in his life.
“My Catholic faith is the anchor that supports everything I do in life,” the actor said in the video. “In my daily prayers, I ask for guidance, strength in my vocation as a husband and as a father.”
Wahlberg revealed in 2018 that he typically wakes up at 2:30 a.m. in order to fit in his grueling workout regimen. But before lifting begins, he finds time for prayer, which can last up to 30 minutes before his first meal of the day.
The Hollywood star once revealed that the film Boogie Nights is at the top of the list of movies he has asked God’s forgiveness for. In the 1997 Paul Thomas Anderson movie, Wahlberg played adult film star Dirk Diggler, tracing his rise as a porn superstar to his precipitous decline due to heavy drug use.


“I just always hope that God is a movie fan and also forgiving, because I’ve made some poor choices in my past,” Wahlberg said at  a youth event hosted by the Catholic Archdiocese of Chicago in 2017.


Coronavirus Jailbreak: Soros-Funded ACLU Helps Free Illegal Alien Child Molester, Immigrant Child Abuser
Coronavirus Jailbreak: Soros-Funded ACLU Helps Free Illegal Alien ...

A California federal judge, appointed by former President Jimmy Carter, has mandated the release from prison of six illegal aliens and legal immigrants convicted of child molestation, child abuse, drunk driving, and drug trafficking.
United States District Court for the Central District of California Judge Terry Hatter Jr. has ordered the release of six illegal aliens and legal immigrants, the majority of whom have been in Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) custody after felony convictions. Some of these felonies include violent crimes against children.
The billionaire George Soros-funded American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) argues that the six illegal aliens and legal immigrants must be released due to fear that they could contract the Chinese coronavirus while in ICE detention.



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Hatter’s decision in favor of the ACLU sets free:
  • 35-year-old Paolo Rayon Vite, a green card-holder from Mexico. Vite was convicted of child abuse on March 27, 2018.

  • 54-year-old illegal alien Martin Vargas Arellano of Mexico. Arellano has been convicted of child sex crimes against a minor under 14-years-old, possession of methamphetamine, possession of cocaine, petty theft with prior, domestic abuse, and failing to register as a sex offender.
  • 54-year-old illegal alien Charleston Edward Dacoff of Belize. Dacoff has an extensive criminal record which includes multiple drunk driving convictions, carrying a loaded firearm in a public place, possession of drugs, and two convictions for driving with a suspended license.
  • 40-year-old Luis Lopez Salgado, a green card-holder from Mexico. Salgado has been convicted three times for selling and trafficking cocaine and intent to vandalize.
  • 19-year-old illegal alien Jose Hernandez Velaszquez of Guatemala. Velaszquez has been named a flight risk three times in federal court.
  • 37-year-old illegal alien Jose Robles Rodriguez of Guatemala. In October 2019, Rodriguez was arrested for drunk driving. ICE considers him a danger to the public.
The ACLU is also suing the federal government on behalf of 13 illegal aliens and legal immigrants in ICE custody who are demanding release into the general public in the midst of the Chinese coronavirus crisis.
Already, federal judges in Pennsylvania and New Jersey have ordered the release of about two dozen ICE detainees, and the Congressional Hispanic Caucus has asked that all nearly 40,000 ICE detainees be released from federal custody.










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