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Issue 23.05 | May/JUNE 2020
- G.K. Chesterton and the Spanish Flu Epidemic of 1918
- Chesterton on “The Machine We Really Want”
- Victoria Darkey zooms around the country, while remaining at home
- Richard Vigilante on the futility of catechesis
- Joe Grabowski on “Can a Catholic Be a Socialist?”
- Dale Ahlquist Goes to Waco
- Brandon Vogt’s new book, What to Say and How to Say It
- Chris Chan on H.G. Wells
- And Dale’s timely “Generally Speaking” Editorial for this issue
- And much more!
Special Video Content
Chesterton on the Theology of the Body
Dale Ahlquist discusses the connection between Chesterton and the Theology of the Body. This lecture was delivered as part of the Theology of the Body Institute Virtual Conference in May, 2020.
“A phenomenal introduction to Chesterton’s writings on marriage and the body. Thank you!”
“I felt like there was such a fun twist halfway through this talk that I wasn’t expecting!! It was so refreshing and enjoyable!”
Introduction to Chesterton
Dale Ahlquist gives an introduction and overview of Chesterton’s life, major writings, influences, opponents, and family.
Chesterton Show & Tell
Check out Dale Ahlquist’s collection of Chesterton items he has acquired over the years. A delightful tour of Dale’s fascinating study.
Dale delivers enlightening commentary on Chesterton’s well known work Heretics, a collection of essays that contains balanced truths.
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Virtual Society Meetings
Join us online for our virtual society meeting with Dale Ahlquist and Brandon Vogt! Meetings include news and updates about all things Chesterton and Q&A with Dale.
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March 2020 – Lenten Mini-Retreats with Dale Ahlquist
December 2019 – Chesterton the Distributist
September 2019 – Chesterton the Saint?
June 2019 – Chesterton the Convert Maker
March 2019 – Chesterton as Poet
My Unforgettable Hour with Mother Angelica, by Dale Ahlquist. I met Mother Angelica only once. It was years ago. We spent an unforgettable hour together, just the two of us. What made it unusual was that several million people were watching and listening to our conversation. I was her guest on “Mother Angelica Live.” How did I get there?
Read the entire article – The Catholic World Report, April 2016