The Chesterton biographer Joseph Pearce recalls how Chesterton was his challenging companion during time he spent in prison.
Gary Furnell exalts the value of a liturgical ceremony of mourning in response to death.
Garry Nieuwkamp looks at Chesterton’s early opposition to eugenics and the extent to which it continues to be embraced by contemporary culture.
Trevor Bailey reviews Joseph Epstein’s recent book of essays and applauds its Chesterton-like common sense.
Symeon Thompson celebrates the benefits of rediscovery in viewing movies or reading books more than once.
John Young remembers Chesterton’s absent-mindedness and ponders his remark that it is really the presence of mind on other things.