By Manu Larcenet
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Châteaubriant may have shared in the Catholic Revival’s accusation of Church mediocrity, their desire to renew Christianity and their reference to the Middle Ages, but his methodology for regeneration was ultimately to differentiate his approach. Unlike the authors of the Catholic Revival, Châteaubriant did not bow to papal infallibility, but was instead prepared to question the authority of the Pope, as seen in his response to Pius X’s condemnation of Sangnier’s Sillon movement in 1910. Its brand of integral Catholicism rested on a ‘soyons peuple’ approach which emphasised fraternity and equality, rather than on the ‘allons au peuple’ stance which characterised the more paternalistic and hierarchical forms of Catholicism.
157), so indicating the possibility of an appropriate and salutary ‘reawakening’ process. Indeed, the fact that Anthime is saved from suicide and reintegrates into provincial life at the end of the novel (an outcome of which Barrès would approve), is to be read as the reaffirmation of rootedness and thus as a victory over modern and ‘foreign’ influences, this despite the loss of PetitFougeray. The theme of leadership as handled by Châteaubriant suggests parallels with the Barresian notion of the chef rather than with Maurras’s call to restore the monarchy, and foreshadows his treatment of the same issue in his later encounter with National-Socialist Germany.
284). Bernanos, a Catholic and a supporter of Maurras’s Action française movement, distanced himself from integral nationalism, choosing on humanitarian grounds to view the war more as a spiritual than a political issue. And Drieu, who did not publicly record his view of the war until 1934, at the time of his conversion to Fascism, offers a 8 52 Barrès, for instance, wrote in 1917: ‘Il nous faut relever la patrie de son abaissement et la guérir de sa mutilation. Il faut que les crimes soient vengés, les dommages indemnisés, les sacrifices récompensés.
Le combat ordinaire, tome 2 : Les quantités négligeables by Manu Larcenet