The Advantages of being Absent-Minded
By Karl Schmude
Karl Schmude discusses Chesterton’s apparent absence of mind relating to the immediate and the trivial, which gave him a certain presence of mind on other things.
Remembering Frank Sheed
By John Young
John Young offers some personal recollections of the Australian Catholic author and publisher who published many of Chesterton’s last works.
On By a Reactionary by a Comrade in Arms
By Trevor Bailey
Trevor Bailey explores the true meaning of “reactionary” as revealed in Chesterton’s response to political movements and trends.
Questioning Atheistic Evolution
By Gary Furnell
Gary Furnell looks at the questioning of atheistic evolution by a 19th century British naturalist, George Mivart, as it neglected to explain the origin of the material thought...
Chesterton and the Rise of a Counter-Culture
By Australian Chesterton Society
A report on the papers presented by Greg Sheridan and other speakers at the 2023 Australian Chesterton Conference at Campion College.
The Australian Chesterton Society is a national association devoted to fostering an appreciation of G.K. Chesterton’s writings and the value of his thought in contemporary Australia.
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Karl Schmude reports on the project of a Sydney film-maker, Elvis Joseph, who has adapted for the screen Chesterton’s first play, Magic, which is due to premiere in 2021.