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Paris in the springtime

Paris in the springtime

We don’t usually post job openings, but one of these days, the Cafe is going to start raising some money, and it occurred to us that if the new dean of the American Cathedral in Paris first learned about that opening on our site, he or she might be of a mind to be generous.


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The cathedral looks like a lovely place. If I were in any way qualified, I’d apply for the position myself, and, if I got the job, I’d make a nice donation to the Café.

June Butler

Erik Campano

Will you take payment in Euros?

Erik Campano

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