Rod Dreher

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Posts tagged “France”

Bastille Day

Mixed emotions on the French national holiday

Posted July 14th, 2015

Here, Not There

The difference between France, Spain, and where we live

Posted July 12th, 2015

Deep France

Traveling in a land and among a people steeped in grace and tradition

Posted July 7th, 2015

Daddy’s Home

And he brought macarons from Ladurée

Posted July 7th, 2015

Francis & the Camp of the Saints

Europe’s migrant crisis — and the papal remarks about it — recall 1973 novel

Posted June 18th, 2015

Hope and the Benedict Option

If things are going to hell in a handbasket, why hope?

Posted June 12th, 2015

Birthright for Christians

An idea to help Christian adult Americans deepen their roots

Posted May 30th, 2015

L’Option Benoît

How Republican France’s example is, and is not, relevant to the de-Christianization of America

Posted May 15th, 2015

View From Your Table

James C. has been on the road: Ah, at last I was …

Posted April 12th, 2015

The New Life of Véronique

Leaving a dissolute life, the sister of France’s best-known public intellectual, a secular Jew, converts to Catholicism

Posted March 21st, 2015

‘Freedom is Submission

What Michel Houellebecq sees that many others do not

Posted March 16th, 2015

To Lyon, With An Appetite

Hungry for culinary adventure in the gastronomie capital of France

Posted March 1st, 2015

Defining Islam At World’s End

What Westerners don’t get about the power of messianic religion

Posted February 24th, 2015

France on the Fourth of July

Readers, where should I go in France the first weekend in July?

Posted February 21st, 2015

‘Arabs at our Door, Waiting to Kill Us’

The Jews of France prepare for exile — to save their own lives

Posted February 9th, 2015

Islam & France Headed For Clash

‘Free countries are for peoples strong enough to defend them’

Posted January 17th, 2015

Solidarité Avec Paris et la France

‘Bienheureux les artisans de paix, car ils seront appelés fils de Dieu’

Posted January 11th, 2015