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GK Chesterton

G. K. Chesterton’s cause for sainthood abandoned

While the the famed author was praised for his evangelical and Catholic writings, there were several factors that did not meet the standards for canonization.

How to celebrate Thanksgiving like G.K. Chesterton

If he had his way, every day would be Thanksgiving.

G.K. Chesterton: Why Western Civilization won’t die

Many generations have found the ideas of Christian orthodoxy not only useful, but also true.

How to celebrate Christmas like G.K. Chesterton

We can grow to love Christmas more each year if we take our traditions seriously.

What would Chesterton think of “spiritual but not religious”?

Imagining a talk between GKC and a basic spiritualist.

“Blood and soil”? Mr. Chesterton respectfully disagrees

Imagining a dialogue between G.K. Chesterton and a white nationalist.

This is how to be a Christian

G.K. Chesterton walks us through the ABCs

The comedy stylings of Catholicism

Christ always has the last laugh, but the paradoxes of faith can both shock and amuse.

Why Catholics should love our parishes as much as we love our homeland

When you love a place, both the things that go well and the things that go awry are equally powerful reasons to stay.

Basketful of kittens religion? No!

What is the point of progress if we never get anywhere?

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