Sean Hannity Says His Faith Has ‘Gotten Stronger’ Since Leaving the Catholic Church Over ‘Institutionalized Corruption’ and ‘Realizes More Than Ever That I Not Only Need, But Want God in My Life’

Popular talk show host Sean Hannity says that despite leaving the Catholic Church due to “institutionalized corruption,” his Christian faith and relationship with God continue to be the source of his peace, security, and fulfillment. 

In an interview with Ainsley Earhardt, co-host of FOX & Friends and host of FOX Nation’s “Ainsley’s Bible Study” that will be broadcast online Wednesday, Hannity opens up about his journey to finding God, his current religious beliefs, and why he loves the Christmas season.

The host of “The Sean Hannity Show” revealed in a clip shared with The Christian Post that despite attending Catholic school for 12 years, he is no longer affiliated with the Catholic Church due to “too much institutionalized corruption” that has not been “rectified.” However, Hannity said his faith has “gotten stronger” as he’s “gotten older.”

“I would say I realize more than ever that I not only need, but I want God in my life,” the 57-year-old author said, adding that science reflects the majesty and ingenuity of God.

“I believe God created every man, woman, and child on this Earth,” Hannity emphasized. “And we, as human beings, will never, ever be able to understand the majesty of this creation. You think of, how do you create universes within universes within universes? It’s beyond any comprehension and it all fits beautifully.”

“I don’t think you couldn’t look at that objectively and not conclude that there is something so amazing out there that all of that was created,” he added.

As a Christian, the conservative political commentator said he wants to “get to know that guy that knows how many hairs are on my head” and “created the majesty, the majestic universe we live in and gave me life.”

“I would like to know why I’m here,” he said.

Hannity, who grew up in a low-income home, shared how he made the decision to “get on the right track” in his 20s, leaving behind negative influences and unhealthy lifestyles. It wasn’t long before he found himself in the radio industry and eventually on Fox News.

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SOURCE: Christian Post, Leah MarieAnn Klett