Teresa Giudice recently revealed some of her beliefs founded in Catholicism when mentioning some family and friends that she has been trying to reconcile with.
Giudice, the 41-year-old star of "The Real Housewives of New Jersey, has been feuding with her sister-in-law Melissa Gorga, 34, since the latter joined the show in its third season. However Gorga and Giudice attended therapy to mend their issues which played out during a recent season five episode.
Still, Mrs. Gorga and her husband who happens to be Giudice's younger brother Joe, do not believe she is innocent when it comes to spreading rumors about their marriage. Giudice took to her Bravo TV blog to question if Jesus Christ could in fact convince the Gorgas that she had good intentions.
"At this point, Jesus himself could come down from Heaven and tell them I have never tried to 'bring them down, and they wouldn't believe it because they are so desperate to hold on to their hate and anger," Giudice wrote in her blog. "..I really want to keep my family together especially to set a good example for our kids, but I can't do it alone…"
The reality television star went on to clear up comments that offended her fellow cast member Jacqueline Laurita. Giudice and Laurita were trying to reconcile a troubled friendship when the former said a reason they should do so is because of Karma that could impact their children.
Since Laurita's son Nicholoas is suffering from autism, she questioned what Giudice meant by that comment. However, Giudice took to her Bravo blog to clear up her statements while sharing her Catholic beliefs.
"I meant nothing by it, I certainly wasn't referring to Jacqueline's son, and I don't even believe in Karma. I'm a Catholic, not a Buddhist or energist or whatever," Giudice wrote. "I don't believe that you should do good things to rack up good points for a later life."
The mother of four decided to share exactly what she believed in, which was not wishing harm on anybody's children.
"I believe you should do good things because that's what God wants you to do, to be a good person. I don't think people have bad things happen to them because they did something bad," she said. "Bad things happen to good people all the time. Life is a journey and you need to handle everything that's thrown at you with grace, not superstition."