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Rob Schneider Vows to Show ‘Christ’s Forgiveness’ After Converting to Catholicism

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Comedian Rob Schneider recently announced his conversion to Catholicism and expressed repentance for not embodying “Christ’s forgiveness” towards those he disagreed with.

He emphasized the importance of forgiveness and acknowledged the fragility of life.

Schneider extended apologies and offered unconditional forgiveness to various individuals, while also sharing his mother’s ability to forgive World War 2 occupiers.

“I am the luckiest man in the world” proclaimed the actor on social media.

“Today I am reminded of what Dr. M Scott Peck told me over 30 years ago: At 40, you feel like you can conquer the world and there’s a sense that nothing can stop you,” shared Schneider.

“But at 60 you realize the very real fragility of life and [the] temporariness of it all. A humbling knowledge that there is indeed a time limit for all things and that God’s design though perfect, is precious far beyond its brevity.” he continued.

“I am a new convert to Catholicism.” celebrated Schneider.

He also offered a sincere “apology for my lack of Christ’s forgiveness to my fellow man.”

“I was so angry at the people who shut down the schools and indeed the world and coerced others to do things against their will which hurt many people deeply,” Scneider remembered.

“I offer my unconditional forgiveness and amnesty.” said Schneider to his followers.

Schneider reflected on several conflicts that he became entangled with in the past few years.

“How can I continue to hold a grudge against the actor who shamed people like me but has been such a great example for other actors to never give up and keep fighting for their dreams?” Schneider asked.

“How can I still be mad at the lovely actress that said she could no longer be friends with people like me who didn’t ‘get’ it, knowing how incredibly kind she is with every child she meet?” Schneider concluded.

This change follows his realization of the futility of hate and a newfound faith.

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