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Caviezel, who has also starred in successful TV shows such as "Person of Interest," recalled the influence Pope John Paul II had on his life, and remembered that the Polish pontiff "always called young people to break away from contaminated and demoralized civilization."He noted that the John Paul II encouraged people to try and live like saints, arguing that it is not impossible."It is a message saying that everyone in the world is equally important. A life in which one demonstrates to everyone they come across that Jesus is their Lord. I keep hearing about 'accidents' and 'strokes of luck.' Secularization affects the entire world, including the USA.

My real duty is to live in accordance with the Gospel every day and to give witness to the truth."Caviezel, who with his wife has adopted three children with cancer, has also spoken out against abortion in America in the past."Many people are a part of this great sin in this country. This time it will be a film about the resurrection.

Even when God resurrects the dead, they will say it happened by accident."Caviezel added that like any believer, sometimes he struggles with faith, but noted that throughout his career and the different roles he has played, he never forgets the name of Jesus."Love is controversial and he is love incarnate.

Jesus was telling the Romans about love and they killed him because of that. God forgives you and now He needs you to begin, to accept forgiveness," the actor told the congregation at Rock Church in San Diego back in 2014.

In 1984, Gibson scored his first American film "The River." Three years later, the American household identified him as one of the actors to watch out for after appearing in "Lethal Weapon."Gibson then tried his luck in directing in the 1990s.

His first film as a director was "The Man Without a Face." In 1995, Gibson directed, produced, and starred in "Braveheart," where he bagged a total of two Academy Awards, including Best Picture.