Rod Dreher

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Posts tagged “Dante”

Dante & Change

Standing athwart metanoia yelling, ‘Stop!’

Posted April 26th, 2016

‘Bacon Is My Beatrice’

A Dante teacher’s analogy, a bumper sticker to remember

Posted April 9th, 2016

‘You Can See It All Over. It’s Unwinding’

The spreading malaise, the coming anarchy

Posted March 14th, 2016

Italian Invasion of Austin

Talks by me about St. Benedict of Nursia and Dante Alighieri

Posted March 4th, 2016

The Old Donkey in the Empire’s Ruins

Here’s hope: The Benedict Option is well under way in San Benedetto del Tronto

Posted March 1st, 2016

How Dante Can Make Your Lent

A guidebook for a Lenten journey of discovery, repentance, healing and victory

Posted January 31st, 2016

Re-Sacramentalizing My Life

How I learned to start seeing the world more sacramentally

Posted January 25th, 2016

Flood & Fatherhood

Dante and a meaningful anniversary on the bayou

Posted January 19th, 2016

There And Back Again

David Brooks, the Benedict Option, and the journey toward meaning

Posted January 13th, 2016

The Dante Quilt

The Commedia meets the fabric arts in one extraordinary gift

Posted January 1st, 2016

And At The Eighth Day…

‘Soil & Sacrament’ at the 2016 Symposium in Wichita

Posted December 29th, 2015

Church as Holy Cave

Participating in Mystery in the world’s dark and quiet places

Posted December 16th, 2015

Thanksgiving 2015: Gratitude for Fathers

A meditation on gifts given by generous fathers

Posted November 26th, 2015

What’s Coming After Liberalism?

The end of the road for the Enlightenment tradition

Posted November 24th, 2015

Christakis Caves, Confesses to Crimethink

What do conservatives do when the Ivory Tower falls? Idea: create academic monasteries

Posted November 10th, 2015

Time and Laurus

Time is an illusion in new Russian novel — and in Dante too

Posted November 9th, 2015

Me in Colorado Springs This Weekend

Dante and Benedict, with the Anselm Society

Posted October 29th, 2015