So, about all those swear words in 'Father Stu': A cleaned-up version is on the way!

Posted on AllSides November 5th, 2022
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A new PG-13 version of Mark Wahlberg’s latest Catholic film, “Father Stu,” is coming back to the big screen Dec. 9 with an aim at widening the audience to include more families with children, according to the movie’s director and screenwriter, Rosalind Ross.

Like the original cut — which was released in April and included some eyebrow-raising profanity and other sexual on-camera moments — “Father Stu: Reborn,” chronicles the life of Father “Stu” Stewart Long, a rough-around-the-edges Montana boxer turned Catholic priest in a riveting story of loss, suffering, and redemption. 

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