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Vanessa Hudgens & Austin Butler: Sunday Smiles

Vanessa Hudgens & Austin Butler: Sunday Smiles

Vanessa Hudgens is lovely in white as she leaves Mass with boyfriend Austin Butler on Sunday (June 24) in Studio City, Calif.

The 23-year-old actress was all smiles as she held her beau’s hand and walked to their car.

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The day before, the happy couple were spotted out and about after a yoga class. They were later seen doing some heavy lifting while loading up a moving van with furniture.

FYI: Vanessa is wearing Ash sandals.

20+ pictures inside of Vanessa Hudgens and Austin Butler leaving Sunday Mass…

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107 Responses to “Vanessa Hudgens & Austin Butler: Sunday Smiles”

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  1. 76
    BOJI Says:

    @Haters Suck! Very well said. Personally, I never believed we were all born sinners but we won’t go into that. This I do and whole heartedly believe is that the God I know loves unconditionally and is very forgiving. ALot of the rules, laws and teachings been imposed by mankind and not God himself. Jesus did not write the bible, neither did Mohammed write the koran. It is their disciples and followers who interpreted the teachings.

  2. 77
    Haters Suck! Says:

    @boji
    Agree boji. But it’s not so much we are born sinners as we are born with sin. What is called original sin the first sin committed by Adam and eve is born with us all thus the need for baptisim. It all gets a little complicated from there and this isn’t exactly the place to discuss it and I really don’t want to address it anymore. I’m off to bed
    Good night all god bless.

  3. 78
    BOJI Says:

    Sleep tight, it is afternoon where I’m at. You know, I could do with a few lemons from you even though I studied the scriptures for my 0 levels which was eons ago.

  4. 79
    BOJI Says:

    Hahaha, stupid dictionary, it was meant to be lessons and not lemons.

  5. 80
    Maria Says:

    @Haters Suck!:
    Thank you for your very thoughtful reply (unlike boji’s, who just attacked without understanding what I was saying at all). I am not saying that I think V is a sinner. Personally, I see nothing wrong with sex outside of marriage. And I REALLY have no problem with using birth control. It is the church that is branding her (and anyone who does these things) a sinner. I think that it’s just too easy to say it’s okay if you break the church’s rules because you can just go pray and ask for forgiveness. If you ask for forgiveness for doing something wrong, you are saying that you know it was wrong, and you won’t do it again. Now, that makes sense. But you can’t break a rule and ask to be forgiven knowing full well that you are going to go home and do the exact same thing that night. That’s bull.

  6. 81
    BOJI Says:

    @Maria, I understand full well what you are saying, thank you very much. You said Vanessa was being hypocritical with her church attendance and not following the catholic teachings and proceeded to point out why. Enough said. I did not imply that you said Vanessa was a sinner. I was just speaking in general.

  7. 82
    Maria Says:

    @BOJI:
    No, you attacked me; said that I was the hypocrite; said that I was on a witch hunt; accused me of belonging in the middle ages; accused me of judging her; accused me of being intolerant; and somehow decided that I am a homophobe. Of course, then you kinda proved my point by stating that you go to church “when it suits” you. To me, it is very simple. You either believe or you don’t. If you do, then it is on you to follow the rules. And before you go there……..yes, I know that we are not perfect. If you mess up, you should ask for forgiveness. But intentionally and knowingly breaking the rules is very different from messing up accidentally. I guess that this is why I find organized religion to be impractical and unrealistic. But I am going WAY off topic here. So, you just keep going to church “when it suits” you and keep following the rules that suit you and be happy with that.

  8. 83
    BOJI Says:

    We have haters here impersonating a person of your namesake attempting to cause upheaval and . I assumed you are one of them. I agree that was rather harsh of me as my heckles arose. Something’s are better left unsaid. You had to point out what was the obvious. You talk about religion and rules like one needed to abide by it. I did not choose my religion , the one I was brought up in but I do believe children need spiritual guidance to what is right and wrong. When you are an adult, your religious beliefs is basically between you and God. If you feel you must follow rules and teachings then so be it but do not expect others to follow suit. I do not abide by the catholic teachings or rules as you call it. I have my own beliefs. I have family members who evangelise and have even been to Israel and Rome to see the pope. If that is their calling I am happy for them. Each to their own. I do take back some of what I accused you and if I did indeed misunderstand you, then my apologies. Apart from that my stance on the religious matter still stands.

    Vanessa is a free spirit, bless her and she is also spiritual and that is
    enough for me.

  9. 84
    tina Says:

    When you get down to it no one has the right to judge anyones regilious beliefs. Not only is it against the teachings of the Bible, it’s against the laws of the US. I was always taught never argue politics or regilion because those are two things people will fight to the death for,right or wrong.

  10. 85
    BOJI Says:

    @tina, again you are so right and I totally agree with your last statement on religion and politics. : )

  11. 86
    R U sure Says:

    Real cute looking couple

  12. 87
    maria Says:

    @BOJI: Good call, Boji, as that was definitely another Maria. I think religion is a deeply personal issue, and feel we should all interpret it into our lives as we can. I am Catholic, Catholic-school educated all the way through to a Catholic university degree. Does that mean I believe in all their teachings? No, and that’s only because I believe we need to make our own choices in regards to personal issues, like sex, birth control, etc. I don’t believe God hates me for my personal choices. I try to do the best I can, and do go to church. It’s spiritual, cleansing, and comforting to spend that hour with myself in prayer. When I was young, as all Catholics, I thought I’d ************ for any misstep. But God is forgiving and loves us. That’s the bottom line. Vanessa has done no more wrong than ANY other 23 yr old in the world. She at least has faith as part of her life, and that is a personal choice for her. Good for her.

  13. 88
    BOJI Says:

    @ Maria, thanks for the support.: ) I really could go on a rant but like Tina says leave religion and politics well alone.

  14. 89
    maria Says:

    @BOJI: Exactly! I only responded to make the point that it’s a personal choice, and we make it our own. Those are two subjects that are definitley better left alone, as we see here! Hope all is well, Boji!

  15. 90
    tina Says:

    @maria, I agree, I love the fact religion is part of her life. Like you, I’m catholic born and raised. I believe in the end God wants us to have personel choices (ie sex, birth control) . At the end of the day we have to realize at the time the Bible was written there was no birth control. Any degree against it was all man’s (as inhuman) idea.

  16. 91
    Kate Says:

    The cover photo is actually a really nice photo of them

  17. 92
    Maria Says:

    @tina:
    I am not an expert on Catholicism, but isn’t it true that you get kicked out of the church if you do something contrary to what they teach? So how is that allowing personal choice?
    I am not disrespecting any religion, and strongly believe in every person’s right to practice the religion of their choice. My point is that whatever religion one chooses, they should practice it completely, and not pick and choose the parts of it that they like or don’t like. If you are a Catholic, you are not supposed to use birth control products. If you are Jewish, you are not supposed to eat pork products. This are just a couple of examples.

  18. 93
    tina Says:

    @Maria: Well obviously not because I, my mother and father before me and my grandparents before that are/were practicing Catholics. I have yet to hear of any one “kicked out” of my parrish.

  19. 94
    Haters Suck! Says:

    @Maria
    Well heres the thing you say your not calling Vanessa a sinner but the thing is she is a sinner, I’m a sinner, everyone at some point have committed a sin and if they tell you they haven’t theyre lying. According to our faith only one person was not a sinner and not born with original sin and that was the Virgin Mary. Even Jesus Christ was born with original sin thus why he was baptized. And here’s a very important point and part of the reason I left the church. There’s a big difference between breaking the churchs rules and breaking Gods rules. Recently in my opinion that line has been blurred. The church was created to service and honor God but latley I’ve felt the church is acting more in its own self interest. You’re not asking the churches forgiveness your asking for Gods. A God that like I said we belive to be loving and forgiving that he so loved the world he sent his only son to suffer and die for our sins and that we have the chance to be forgiven.

  20. 95
    BOJI Says:

    Here we go again, around and round the mulberry bush. Amen, amen, I say. Peace be with you. ; )

  21. 96
    BOJI Says:

    @ Haters Suck, I could really do with some religious lessons from you, you know that. Btw my last post response was for #92 Maria.

  22. 97
    tina Says:

    When I was eight years old, a friend of the family had her marriage anulled (she’s still with the church). I didn’t understand how the church could just come in and say her marriage never happened. So my mother allowed me to READ AND LEARN about other religious beliefs. Needless to say it made me more tolerant toward others because in the end most religion believe in their form of God. The Bible also has a verse about religious “fanatics’ Basically want I’m trying to say is be informed about something before you jump to pigeon hole it. (Are you saying a Jewish person should parish in hell for eating a rib?)

  23. 98
    Haters Suck! Says:

    @boji
    Hahaha yeah i don’t think I’m the person for that. I just know what I believe. I just have faith, faith in my God, faith in my savior Jesus Christ and faith in the holy spirit. While I do have my disagreements with the church in general I still love my church and listening to my priests.

  24. 99
    maria Says:

    @Haters Suck!: That’s exactly how I am. The other Maria obviously doesn’t know much about Catholicism, cause we’d all have been”kicked out” by now. The church’s teachings, to me, are guidelines. It is what they believe and teach. Like I said before, most Catholics make their personal choices about personal issues, but still believe in their faith and as imperfect human beings, do the best they can. And I believe God still loves us!

  25. 100
    tina Says:

    Just read an article that 95% of practicing Catholic use some form of birth control.

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