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Mark Wahlberg asks Pope’s forgiveness for making ‘Ted’

Mark Wahlberg, in his one moment with the Pope, asked forgiveness for “Ted.”
Mark Wahlberg, in his one moment with the Pope, asked forgiveness for “Ted.” Twitter

One of the many stops Pope Francis made in his visit to the United States was Philadelphia’s Festival of Families.

The festival, which took place over the weekend, attracted several celebrities, including Mark Wahlberg.

And as it turned out, it was Wahlberg’s moment to seek forgiveness.

After a young boy performed a solo for Pope Francis and other guests, Walhberg took the stage.

“That right there was truly the voice of an angel, but then he whispered in my ear that he loved the movie ‘Ted.’” Wahlberg joked. “And I told him that was not appropriate for a boy of his age.

“Holy Father please forgive me,” Wahlberg said. “I’ve always hoped that the good Lord has a sense of humor when it comes and pertains to many of the movies I’ve made.”

The Pope might forgive Wahlberg for “Ted.” But “Ted 2”?

That’s another story.

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