It's never too late to reconnect with God.
That's the message that actress Leah Remini hopes to convey in her new tell-all Troublemaker: Surviving Hollywood and Scientology. Along with a message of hope, the memoir intends to pull back the covers on the secretive and often mysterious Church of Scientology, a religion that Remini espoused for over 30 years, which doesn't take kindly to outsiders.
After her 2013 split with the church, which counts high-profile celebrities like Tom Cruise and John Travolta among its members, the reality TV star is now able to freely speak her mind, and that includes expressing a new-found sense of religous freedom.
"We really want people to know it's never too late to start again," she said during an interview for "Good Morning America" Monday.
After leaving the Church of Scientology, Remini and her actor husband Angel Pagan have re-emerged as Catholics. The 45-year-old "King of Queens" actress insists that she has always had roots in Catholicism — despite serving more than three decades in Scientology.
"I was always religious. I was baptized as a Catholic. I got my daughter baptized as a Catholic," she said in the GMA interview. "I'm reconnecting with my faith. It's been a beautiful thing."
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