Father Alberto Cutie has a new talk show and he promises to keep it sizzling and holy.
Faith-flipping former Catholic priest Alberto Cutié will return to the airwaves later this year after he announced a new TV show deal with Fox Tuesday.
The former Catholic-turned-Episcopalian priest has been busy lately, welcoming his first child with wife Ruhama in November and releasing his latest book, Dilemma: A Priest's Struggle With Faith and Love, earlier this month.
Cutié was the head of St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church in Miami Beach until May 2009, when a photographer caught Cutié and Ruhama canoodling on the beach, a definite no-no for the one-time celibate member of the clergy.
After flipping to the Episcopalian faith and joining the Church of the Resurrection in Biscayne Park, Cutié married Ruhama in June 2009.
While still with the Catholic Church, Cutié's popularity earned him radio and television gigs, including his own daily talk show on Telemundo Network for which he received the nickname "Father Oprah."