VIDEO: Everything you need to know about Shia LaBeouf's conversion to Catholicism after studying for 'Padre Pio' movie and his biography revealed KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Thursday, August 25, 2022

VIDEO: Everything you need to know about Shia LaBeouf's conversion to Catholicism after studying for 'Padre Pio' movie and his biography revealed

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Shia LaBeouf has successfully been converted to a Catholic man. 

LaBeouf revealed his conversion in an interview released Thursday with Word on Fire Catholic Ministries' Bishop Robert Barron.

The actor first engaged with the church while living with a monastery of Franciscan Capuchin friars in order to better understand the late mystic St. Padre Pio, whom LaBeouf portrays in the upcoming movie.

Heading into the project, LaBeouf said that he was at the darkest point in his life after a series of public scandals. He was drawn to spirituality and joined a variety of faith groups to find meaning, fighting thoughts of helplessness and suicide.

"And when I got here, a switch happened. It was like Three-Card Monte. It was like someone tricked me into it, it felt like,” the actor recounted. “Not in a bad way. In a way that I couldn’t see it. I was so close to it that I couldn’t see it. I see it differently now that time has passed.”

LaBeouf described talking through his feelings and learning about the Christian understanding of sin and forgiveness as key to pulling him out of a dark time in his life.

"I had a gun on the table. I was outta here," Shia recalled in the nearly 90-minute interview. "I didn't want to be alive anymore when all this happened. Shame like I had never experienced before — the kind of shame that you forget how to breathe. You don't know where to go. You can't go outside and get like, a taco." 

"But I was also in this deep desire to hold on," he added.

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