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GK Chesterton

Video: Fr. Robert Barron Begins His Tale of Two Englishmen

Word on Fire’s new series, "Pivotal Players," highlights G. K. Chesterton and John Henry Cardinal Newman

Chesterton’s Love Affair with the Irish

An interview with Dale Ahlquist, Head of the American Chesterton Society

Rediscovering Chesterton

Finding an antidote to the culture of death.

Why Does Technology Even Exist?

In questions about the negative effects of various technologies, the real question we should be asking isn't whether it can be used for good or ill.

Our Impoverished Approach to the Poor

Everyone's talking about income inequality, but we don't have a clue what wealth creation is really all about.

Wishing You a Vulgar Christmas

The highbrow approves of Christmas in general, and feasting in theory, and has a certain distant appreciation of historic festive rituals, but has a difficult time loosening his own collar and joining …

The Annoying Genius: G. K. Chesterton

Millions have been impacted by his writing, but not everyone falls in love with Chesterton's unique style right away. I discovered his genius when I started my own writing career.

G. K. Chesterton, Genius

Ian Ker’s new book 'G.K. Chesterton: A Biography' has interesting trivia about Chesterton that even the most devoted fan probably doesn't know.

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