Rod Dreher on Counterculturalism
Living as an observant young Catholic family in New York City is to embrace counterculturalism to a degree that wouldn’t be necessary down South, whence my wife Julie and I came two years ago. It’s not that we’re more observant here than we would be anywhere else. It’s just that the kinds of things that are considered more or less normal in Baton Rouge or Dallas, our hometowns, are thought of here as weird, and maybe even dangerous.
Friends and acquaintances are often shocked to find out we go to church every Sunday. Just last week I was talking to the woman who cuts my hair about the freak spring snowstorm the city had the previous Sunday. . . .
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