Tom Brady’s religious faith is not just something he shares with other Patriots players.
According to the New England Patriots, he was a Christian when he was young.
He grew up a devout Christian and later became a practicing Catholic.
Brady is now one of the NFL’s most devout players, and he has said that he doesn’t practice his religion in public.
Now, in an interview with The Christian Post, Brady revealed that his faith isn’t limited to football.
“You’ve got to be a Christian in order to be successful,” Brady said.
“But if you can’t be a good Christian, you can be a bad one.
You can be an idiot.
You know, I don’t even really want to think about that.
I just want to be me.”
Brady was born in Cleveland, Ohio in 1947, and raised in Akron, Ohio.
His parents were both Christian, and Brady is a practicing member of the Orthodox Church.
When he was growing up, Brady didn’t believe in a literal God.
“I think that was a mistake, to be honest with you,” Brady told The Christian Report in a 2013 interview.
“My parents taught me to be very critical of everything that people told me.
They would say, ‘If you think something is good, then you must believe it.’
And I think that kind of thing really got to me.”
After attending the Catholic high school for the last 10 years, Brady attended the University of Akron.
Brady has said he would never be interested in becoming a Catholic.
“The whole thing about religion is, ‘What’s your faith?’
And it’s very vague,” Brady explained.
“So, if I wanted to do something I would say that I’m a Christian and I would go to church and practice my faith and that would be it.”
Brady, who has also said he’s not a fan of President Donald Trump, has also come out against abortion, saying that the decision should be left to the woman.
“People talk about this, ‘Oh, this is a woman’s right,’ and that’s just a bunch of nonsense,” Brady recalled.
“If you go to the Bible, you know, Jesus was the one who said that a woman is better off if she has an abortion.
I’m not against abortion in general, but I don