Rod Dreher

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Posts tagged “Greece”

Miguel Monjardino’s República

A local hero on a remote north Atlantic island passes the glory of Greece on to his students

Posted June 28th, 2018

‘What’s The Matter With Orthodox Countries?’

Economists wonder why these nations struggle to gain their liberal, capitalist footing

Posted May 10th, 2018

View From Your Table

Mount Athos, Greece

Posted June 12th, 2017

Welcome To Mount Athos

What pilgrims get to eat when they arrive

Posted February 5th, 2017

Beck Sings of Seikilos

The oldest song in the world echoes in a contemporary classic

Posted November 7th, 2016

Mr. Panos’ Pascha

A seasonal favorite … with lemon!

Posted May 1st, 2016

Greece’s Agony

Caught between the Scylla and Charybdis of ruin and revolution

Posted July 20th, 2015

Blowing Up Greece

And shaking the European Union to the foundations

Posted June 28th, 2015

Birthright for Christians

An idea to help Christian adult Americans deepen their roots

Posted May 30th, 2015

Best Places To Live = Worst Places To Visit

When we were Dallas residents, we used to joke that it was …

Posted April 28th, 2014

Oxi Day, Baby!

You didn’t think I was going to let Oxi Day go by …

Posted October 28th, 2013

We’re Still Living With 1453

… even if we forgot its meaning, or never knew it. May …

Posted May 30th, 2013

View From Your Table

Our reader writes: I am in Skala, Kefalonia. Yesterday, my husband’s cousin …

Posted July 26th, 2012

Greece’s Culture and Greece’s Downfall

Reuters has an instructive story about how Greece is in some ways …

Posted July 25th, 2012

View From Your Table

Through this VFYT feature, I have discovered so many places that I …

Posted July 1st, 2012

‘Greece Is Finished’

  Athens University economist Yanis Varoufakis: LEIGH SALES: Just to go back …

Posted June 27th, 2012

The Follies of 1931, Redivivus

I don’t know what to think about the economic situation in Europe. …

Posted June 25th, 2012