In a post on an Instagram story Pratt wrote: "Recently it has been suggested that I am part of a church that & # 39; hates a certain group of people & # 39; and is notoriously anti-LGBTQ & # 39;
"Nothing is less true," he wrote. "I'm going to a church that opens their doors to absolutely everyone."
During the talk show, Pratt Stephen Colbert told that he was inspired to complete 21 days of fasting by his predecessor.
"Oh, K. Um," said page on Twitter. & # 39; But his church is notorious for lgbtq, so maybe that's also something for you? & # 39;
The & # 39; Juno & # 39; star that married her wife, dancer-choreographer Emma Portner, last year, later said: & # 39; If you are a famous actor and you belong to an organization that hates a certain group of people, do not be surprised if someone simply asks why it is not addressed.
"Anti-LGBTQ is wrong, there are no two sides," she tweeted. "The damage it causes is serious."
Without naming his church, Pratt said in his coverage: "Despite what the Bible says about divorce, my church community was there for me every step of the way, never judging, just gracefully accompanying my walk.
"They have helped me tremendously with offering love and support, it is what I have seen they do for others on numerous occasions, regardless of sexual orientation, race or gender," said Pratt, who is divorced from actress Anna Faris and now is engaged to author Katherine Schwarzenegger.
The star "Guardians of the Galaxy" said that his faith is important to him "but no church defines me or my life and I am not a spokesman for any church or group."
On the contrary, they are his values, Pratt wrote, defining him.
"Jesus said:" I am giving you a new commandment, love one another, & # 39; " he said. "This is what leads me in my life, he is a God of love, acceptance and forgiveness. Hate has no place in my or this world."