Camille’s editorial: When famous people talk about their beliefs

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This is a topic that is being talked about more and more in the Christian press, especially in the United States and also in France: the (Christian) faith of public figures.

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Whether you’re a fan or not, these “people”, who are followed by millions on social networks or simply have a certain influence, are using their platform and the facilities of the 21st century to talk about Jesus.

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Not to mention football player Olivier Giroud, who is currently in Qatar for the World Cup, celebrating the Blues’ victory over Australia on his Instagram account, thanking God.

Although he offered himself a double during this match, leading his team to victory, social networks and the media said a lot about the striker and his faith. Paris Match titled “World Cup: Saint-Giroud pray for us”, “Giroud, once upon a time”, can we read in Eurosport, a journalist from La Dépêche wonders why the player points his fingers at the sky after every game. aim.

We can mention another celebrity who recently spoke about her spiritual journey, which put the question of faith at the center of discussion during her numerous media appearances. I named it Gad Elmaleh. The comedian recalls his journey from a Sephardic Jew to Catholicism in his second movie, “Reste un peu,” which was released last week.

It’s a topic that makes me “moke” our next gripping report, which will be released next week, focusing on Mehdi Djaadi’s play Coming Out. The actor (also found in Gad Elmaleh’s movie!) talks about his spiritual path in this piece.

Among other things, he remembers his childhood marked by the awakening to Islam, his conversion to Protestantism and then to Catholicism. Extremely successful, funny and deep in one scene. A beautiful tribute to freedom and… Jesus!

Of course, it is out of the question to happily admire celebrities “like us” (in any case before God), because they are Christians and love the Lord.

While they are (definitely) not perfect (like us), the interesting thing (besides accepting them as brothers in Christ) is that they have a greater platform than most humans to show God’s love and deliver his message. Miracle. Which is always good news!

Camille Westphal Perrier

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