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The Benedict Option

Around the year 500, a man called Benedict fled from Rome to a forest to escape the revelry of city life. He spent three years in a cave as a hermit, preserving his own virtue and praying for society's moral restoration. But does a medieval monastic story have modern-day significance? Rod

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The Benedict Option: A Conversation

A Conversation on Community, Counterculture, and Christianity’s Future in the West - with Rod Dreher, Ross Douthat, R. R. Reno, Peter Mommsen, Michael Wear, Jacqueline Rivers, and Randall Gauger.This event was produced by Plough in collaboration with First Things and The American Conservative. Time for the Benedict Option?

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