January 22, 2021
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Insights from G.K. Chesterton

Given that Gilbert Keith Chesterton (GKC) died in 1936, some readers may be inclined to ask, “How could his views be of any value in 2020?” He himself provided the answer to that question when he wrote this in Orthodoxy (1908): “An...

Chesterton’s Patriotism: A Call for Americans

If you are anything like me, the national news has been hard to follow recently. Neutrality and the press conflict each other like fire and ice and each day it seems news of another potential scandal dominates the front pages. I feel many Americans...

Remembering Chesterton

An American tourist remembers seeing him standing in the doorway of a pie shop, writing a poem. At 6’2” with a tremendous girth, he most resembled an upright blimp. With his untidy clothes, unruly hair and mustache, he was a familiar figure on...