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Jorge González-Gallarza Hernández is the co-host of the “Uncommon Decency” podcast on European issues and an associate researcher at the Madrid-based conservative think tank Fundación Civismo.
Paris was Christendom’s second capital and the seat of a powerful diocese when Bishop Maurice de Sully ordered Notre-Dame built in 1160. Agnès Poirier's book reminds us that France remains Catholic at heart, despite a thick layer of secularism.
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