Monday, November 24, 2008


Celebrity Catholics Feel The Guilt

NEW YORK (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Celebrities suffer from Catholic guilt too, and often build billion dollar communities as a result.

In her book Being Catholic Now (Random House), Kerry Kennedy compiles stories from famous Catholics about how they’ve dealt with their faith.

Kennedy says the classic Catholic guilt is prevalent with even the biggest names.

The author admits to being surprised by billionaire businessman Tom Monaghan’s dedication to his religion after he sold Domino’s Pizza for a billion dollars and used the money to build a Catholic utopia and university.

Susan Sarandon admits to Kennedy that since a very young age, she had “an abundance of original sin” and once had a vision from God, sort of.

Kennedy describes, “As a little girl, Susan Sarandon had a rosary that she didn’t know was glow-in-the-dark. One night, she got in bed and turned off the lights, and when she saw the rosary glowing, she yelled ‘Oh My God, I’m going to see a vision!’”

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