Mark Wahlberg shares powerful message behind ‘Father Stu: Reborn’: ‘No one is beyond redemption’

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Mark Wahlberg’s recent hit movie “Father Stew” is being re-released in theaters after its initial debut in April. The new version, as Wahlberg explained, was subject to significant editing, but he argued that the message remains effective.

“We took all 200 and some odd swear words,” Wahlberg said on “The Ingraham Angle” Wednesday, “and the film is still going strong.”

“Father Stu: Reborn” hits theaters in December. The story follows Father Stewart’s difficult path to redemption after his family falls apart at the beginning of the film.

The re-release serves as a PG-13 version suitable for families.

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NEW YORK, NEW YORK – APRIL 07: Mark Wahlberg speaks onstage at the NY Special Screening of Father STU at The Sheen Center on April 07, 2022 in New York City. (Photo by Theo Wargo/Getty Images for Sony Pictures)
(022 in New York City. (Photo by Theo Wargo/Getty Images for Sony Pictures))

“Given the nature of the R-rated movie, a lot of families weren’t comfortable with their kids seeing it, but they really wanted them to get the message,” Wahlberg told LBL’ Raymond Arroyo.

“Seeing Stu’s journey and the struggle he went through to find his calling, we felt, was really important for people of all ages to see.”

Wahlberg said removing the spoilers didn’t take away from the message behind the film, but he encouraged young people to watch the original cut when they’re older.

He argued that the way Father Stew handled adversity and suffering and, ultimately, his call to serve God would have a lasting impact on viewers.

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Actor Mark Wahlberg explains why his movie ‘Father Stu’ was recut to remove swear words and what life lessons youngsters can take from watching the film in ‘The Ingraham Angle’.
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“I really wanted young people to see it, but especially young guys,” he said.

“We want to prevent kids from making many of the same mistakes that we made—certainly the mistakes that I made. So anything we can do is show them an easy path to serving God and being positive, productive members of society.”

Wahlberg said “Father Stew,” based on a true story, was one of the most important movies of his career.

“This film in particular touched a lot of people, and it reminded them of what life is really about,” Wahlberg explained.

“We want people to know that they are not forgotten, that we all make mistakes and that no one is beyond redemption,” he said. “We want to spread a lot more love and a lot more acceptance.”

Mark Wahlberg shares powerful message behind ‘Father Stu: Reborn’: ‘No one is beyond redemption’

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