Gary Sinise is an amazing actor and when he’s not working on movies or plays, he does fantastic work for American Veterans. In a recent interview, he told a touching story about how he was called to serve veterans after 9/11.
Gary Sinise ‘Felt Called by God’ to Serve the Troops During September 11 Religious Service
It’s well known that actor Gary Sinise and his foundation, the Gary Sinise Foundation, do wonderful work for America’s troops. The foundation builds homes for disabled vets, Sinise’s Lt. Dan Band entertains the armed forces at concerts, and Sinise recently flew a group of WW II vets – along with 40 high school students – to the MMII Museum in New Orleans,
But what motivates Sinise? What was the moment that made him such a passionate advocate for those he calls “our active duty folks”?
In a recent interview, Sinise revealed that after September 11, 2001 he felt called by God to serve.
As Sinise told Raymond Arroyo of EWTN, his transformation It happened the Friday after the September 11, 2001 attacks on America by Islamic extremists. The relevant section begins at 6:36 of the video below.
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This guy deserves a lot of credit for the work he has done for our veterans. Can you imagine how much better our entertainment industry would be if more people followed his example?
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