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Eric Zemmour’s Blockbuster Speech

Right-wing polemicist rallies the French to fight progressives and 'the great replacement'
Rod Dreher October 3, 2019

Europe’s Open Southern Borders

A new book foresees a tsunami of 21st century migration from overcrowded Africa
Rod Dreher August 20, 2019

We Almost Lost Notre-Dame

The Paris cathedral came closer to collapse than we knew
Rod Dreher July 17, 2019

Vatican Diplomat’s Indelicate Situation

Regarding gay envoys, Rome's line seems to be 'do as we say, not as we do'
Rod Dreher July 9, 2019

The ‘Deplorable’ Gilets Jaunes

Christopher Caldwell on France's complicated anti-establishment protest movement
Rod Dreher April 23, 2019

The Cathedral As Cube

Modernizing the design of Notre Dame de Paris would be a desecration
Rod Dreher April 17, 2019

Hope In The Ruins

Notre Dame's surviving rose window crowns a portal into mystery and redemption
Rod Dreher April 16, 2019

Notre Dame Fire: A Sign For Our Time

Destruction of the iconic cathedral is handwriting written on the wall in flaming strokes
Rod Dreher April 15, 2019

Paris, My Heart

The cathedral of Notre Dame burns
Rod Dreher April 15, 2019

Aeschylus The Afrophobe?

Thuggish anti-racism protesters force Sorbonne cancellation of ancient Greek drama
Rod Dreher March 29, 2019