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Chesterton and the Meaning of Education


What would G. K. Chesterton have thought of the public school system? What is education? What is its purpose? Here's my look at some of Chesterton's writing on education:

Chesterton and the Meaning of Education2021-03-31T17:56:00-04:00

The True Heart of England


Here's an interview that Joseph Pearce gave to a young man in Toronto on the true heart of England....

The True Heart of England2021-03-31T17:54:36-04:00

The Odyssey in a Nutshell


The second essay in the series putting the great works of literature "in a nutshell"....

The Odyssey in a Nutshell2021-03-29T20:13:53-04:00

World War II Revisited


The Second World War is still being used as a political weapon in Europe....

World War II Revisited2021-03-27T02:43:38-04:00

Newly Posted in the Inner Sanctum


Joseph Pearce gives a summary of the new podcasts and blogposts posted this week in the Inner Sanctum of his personal website:

Newly Posted in the Inner Sanctum2021-03-27T02:41:25-04:00

Bleecker Street Passion


Seventy years ago, an annual Christmas tradition began, a one-act opera in English, Gian Carlo Menotti’s Amahl and the Night Visitors.  Less well-known is Menotti’s opera from three Decembers later, a three-act parable suitable also for Easter, The Saint of Bleecker Street.  Its plot is simple:  Annina, a young woman in New York City’s neighborhood of [...]

Bleecker Street Passion2021-03-24T02:24:37-04:00
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