Alyssa Milano would face martyrdom in Hollywood if she were a believing, proselytizing and active Catholic. How could she make money? What is more important to her, the true faith or true money from being a celebrity?
Pray for her; proselytize her, reconvert her, she needs it!
I take it, from reading this, that her upbringing in Catholicism was rooted in the pope's new document on youth before it ever came out, since it is of her hippie parent's generation:
The religions and political views of the influentials.
Alyssa Milano was born in Brooklyn, New York and grew up in Staten Island, New York.
Milano was raised a Roman Catholic, but with a bit of flair. Apparently her parents were Woodstock-attending hippies, but their traditional, institutional faith was still very important to them.1
It’s difficult to tell if Milano is a devout Catholic in adulthood, but she’s certainly still a person who values faith. She said:
For me, there is no hope without faith. Faith is a higher good. Faith in our divinity.2And when she was excited about her pregnancy, she tweeted:
I love feeling my baby move in my belly. I kind of feel like it’s proof that there is a God. Beautiful!3But it’s not all Mass, Communion and Confession, stone-faced ministers and giant cathedrals for Milano, who seems to hold mystical, fairy tale creatures in high regard. She once said:
I’ve always believed in experiencing everything in life. When you walk out with blinders on, you cut yourself off from the angels and the fairies.4I suppose that’s the hippie side of her upbringing coming out.