On this episode of Acton Line, host Caroline Roberts is joined by Acton’s director of research, Samuel Gregg, to touch on the historical and religious significance of Notre-Dame in the wake of the fire that consumed much of the cathedral this past Monday. After that, research associate Dan Hugger sits down with Acton’s president and co-founder Rev. Robert Sirico to discuss current issues in education, including some of Betsy Devos’s policies.
Check out additional resources for this podcast:
France’s churches are under attack, but the establishment doesn’t seem to care
Read “Notre-Dame, France’s Parish,” by Samuel Gregg
Read “As Notre Dame burns, France called to re-set world ablaze,” by Michael Severance
Notre-Dame photos: A fire and its aftermath
Bloodied, but unbowed: Stunning aerial footage shows scale of destruction to Notre Dame
Learn more about Sacred Heart Academy
Explainer: The Trump Administration’s new educational choice proposal
Conservatives get failing grade on education
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