The Society of
Gilbert Keith Chesterton
RENEWING THE WORLD THROUGH CHRISTIAN JOY AND COMMON SENSE
Lent and Easter Reflections on St. Joseph with G.K. Chesterton
This season of Lent, during the year of St. Joseph, join us and G.K. Chesterton in reflecting on the humble carpenter. Receive a daily Chesterton quotation, reflection, and prayer in your inbox that will inspire, challenge, and bolster your faith during this holy season. After Divine Mercy Sunday, you’ll receive two free e-books as a keepsake of the joys of the season and the common sense of G.K. Chesterton.
Who is G.K. Chesterton?
Gilbert Keith Chesterton (1874-1936) is a writer like none other. As a journalist, he wrote thousands of essays for the London newspapers. But he also wrote a hundred books: novels, poetry, plays, literary criticism, history, economic theory, philosophy, and theology. And detective stories. He wrote on every conceivable subject, but his vast output is matched only by the consistency and clarity of his thought, his uncanny ability to tie everything together. The Society of Gilbert Keith Chesterton aims to promote Catholic education, evangelization, and the social teaching of the Church with the help and guidance of the great English writer.