Watch Mario Lopez Get Baptized In The Jordan – Saved By The Bell Star Gets Saved!

by Baptism, Evangelization, Faith & Life, Sacraments

Mario Lopez, former star of Saved By the Bell and current host of “Extra,” has spent the last week in the Holy Land. He has shared several video highlights from his trip on social media, but the video that has gone viral is of his baptism in the Jordan River.

Watch the video below and share in his joy.

Mario Lopez Baptism In The Jordan River

“This is awesome! Wow! Just got baptized in the Jordan River. Hallelujah!”

Join us in praying that Mr. Lopez’s public display of faith will be a witness to many hearts and inspire others to come to the Lord during the upcoming Easter season.

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*Because Lopez has been a Catholic for some time and has had his own children baptized in the Catholic faith, it appears that this may be a renewal of his baptismal vows. We will update as more information becomes available.

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