THE Party System was founded on one national notion of fair play. It was the notion that folly and futility should be fairly divided between both sides.… Read more “The Blunders of Our Parties”
[Chesterton] may be the first and truest of the postmoderns. Or perhaps not the first. We assume that God gives us the best gifts possible. And in Scripture,… Read more “Chesterton, the Postmodern”
Well, sort of. Read Dale Ahlquist’s article in Crisis Magazine.
Apropos next month’s meeting, a story about the co-op.
Here’s a terrific little article in the Gargoyle, published by the Malcolm Muggeridge Society. You’ll have to scroll down a bit to find the head of the article.
So often people don’t get what GKC meant by this, but The Ubiquitous Pig does. He’s written a rambling meditation on paradoxes, beginning with this one. Have a look.
Experience the uncommon sense of GK Chesterton in this one-man show. Chuck Chalberg recreates a lecture as it might’ve been in London circa 1920. Come prepared to laugh… Read more “GK Chesterton Live in St. Louis Sunday 7-April-2013”
A new Christmas Essay has been added to the collection of Christmas Essays — actually it is only part of an essay. If I ever find the… Read more “My Experiences with Santa Claus”
If you don’t know, Fr. Boyd is President of the G.K.Chesterton Institute for Faith and Culture. There is a short little interview you can listen to on… Read more “Fr. Ian Boyd on Vatican Radio”
St. Louis Chesterton Society member Richard Mayer spotted GKC in the Notable and Quotable section of the December 30 edition of the WSJ. G.K. Chesterton on what… Read more “WSJ Chesterton Sighting”