The Dispatch

Notre Dame de la France

On April 16, the day after the devastating fire that destroyed the 850-year-old frame constructed of French oak (and known as “the forest,” owing to the 52 acres from which it was harvested), the roofing, […]

The Dispatch

Longing to Remember

April 23, 2019 Timothy D. Lusch 1

“The Church became for me an inspirer of remembrance.” — Dom Erik Varden, OCSO The inferno at Cathedral Notre-Dame de Paris left behind more than smoke-damaged stained glass and charred eight-hundred-year-old oak beams. Lingering after the […]