Issue: Spring 2022
After a two-year COVID-related gap, the Australian Chesterton Society resumed its pattern of annual conferences – on Saturday, October 22, at Campion College in Sydney. The 16th national conference…
In Christendom in Dublin (1933), the second of two books Chesterton wrote on Ireland, he recalls a story he heard long ago in Donegal. It told of a meeting in…
Gary Furnell reviews a collection of essays on Chesterton’s spiritual life, especially in relation to Our Lady.
The Norwegian scholar Geir Hasnes has published a three-volume bibliography of Chesterton’s vast writings, which Karl Schmude finds as approaching the literary output of a large nation.
Karl Schmude discusses the impact of Chesterton’s ideas on the new Italian Prime Minister, Giorgia Meloni.
Gary Furnell explores Chesterton’s ideas on the differences between personal and impersonal government.
Karl Schmude reflects on the meaning and purpose of the monarchy following Queen Elizabeth II’s death and relates it to Chesterton’s thoughts on the distribution of power in society.