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Solène Tadié
 
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Solène Tadié
British author and journalist Douglas Murray, who is not a Christian himself, discusses the roots of the contemporary political, religious and identity crises in Europe.
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The Little Sisters Disciples of the Lamb are receiving attention, and support, from the U.S. after Vatican News published their story.
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The Italian Capuchin who is said to have inspired the creation of the world-famous beverage was beatified by John Paul II in 2003.
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This summer event represents for many Romans an unmissable appointment with the Virgin Mary, Protectress of the Eternal City
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The members of a grassroots group hope they can convince state officials to rebuild the Parisian cathedral closer to the builders’ original vision.
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“The French don’t expect a feat ... but a gesture of faithfulness.”
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The songs of the many faithful who gathered tonight near the Cathedral already mix with those of the Holy Week, a few days away from the commemoration of the Passion of Christ.
Solène Tadié

Solène Tadié is the Europe Correspondent for the National Catholic Register. She is French-Swiss and grew up in Paris. After graduating from Roma III University with a degree in journalism, she began reporting on Rome and the Vatican for Aleteia. She joined L’Osservatore Romano in 2015, where she successively worked for the French section and the Cultural pages of the Italian daily newspaper. She has also collaborated with several French-speaking Catholic media organizations. Solène has a bachelor’s degree in philosophy from the Pontifical University of Saint Thomas Aquinas, and recently translated in French (for Editions Salvator) Defending the Free Market: The Moral Case for a Free Economy by the Acton Institute’s Fr. Robert Sirico.