This weekend, April 22 and 23, Paris will be the city of books with the Book Festival at the Grand Palais, but above all the Festival of Religious Books at the Collège des Bernardins. A unique opportunity to meet and dialogue with inspired authors.
In parallel with the generalist Parisian festival, the religious book also has its festival from April 22 to 23 at the Collège des Bernardins. This meeting will be punctuated by highlights such as the dialogue between Martin Kopp, co-author of the book "Committing to climate justice" and Gaële de la Brosse, journalist and editor, on the theme "Between Heaven and Earth". An exceptional meeting led by Théo Moy, journalist at La Croix, where pilgrimage and climate justice will meet to show two committed and spiritual approaches.
This festival will also be to meet the author of the children's book “Petit robot vert” by Miguel Lalor, during a dedication on Sunday April 23 at 15 p.m.
Two days of meetings which will also be a privileged moment to discover the publications and novelties of many publishing houses, to meet many Christian authors and to discuss with the actors of the sector.
Access to the festival is free for those under 25, beyond the entrance is 5 euros per person. To participate in this festival, registration is required, by clicking here: https://www.festivaldulivredeparis.fr/fr/programmation/view/422/entre-ciel-et-terre