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Until We Have Rebuilt Notre Dame

17 September 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Organized by: The American Conservative & The Wethersfield Institute
Venue: Church of St. Agnes
143 East 43rd Street
New York


Last spring, the wide outcry at the fire at the Cathedral of Notre Dame de Paris seemed to indicate that many people care about the West’s cultural inheritance from Christendom. Yet with so many Christian traditions threatened by both architectural and religious decay, is there hope for civilization? The French government has insisted it will rebuild, but will it be restored in a way that respects the cathedral’s Christian and Western heritage?


Join University of Notre Dame Professor of Architecture Duncan G. Stroik,  Michael Brendan Dougherty, author of My Father Left Me Ireland., and The American Conservative's senior editor Rod Dreher in a wide-ranging discussion of this watershed moment for Notre Dame, Western civilization, and more.