Michel Houellebecq

Today, the Catholic left is known for dissent. But we can hope for a politics that’s both radical and orthodox

Submission tells us a great deal about ourselves, and if we are to continue as we are, the future is hardly bright

Michel Houellebecq and other French intellectuals may herald the end of the Left’s age

The French novelist’s vision chimes, in some ways, with Benedict XVI’s analysis of individualism and consumerism

A daily guide to what’s happening in the Catholic Church