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Chesterton and the Meaning of Education

2021-03-31T17:56:00-04:00

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: https://jpearce.co/chesterton-and-education-2/

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

The True Heart of England

2021-03-31T17:54:36-04:00

Here's an interview that Joseph Pearce gave to a young man in Toronto on the true heart of England.... https://jpearce.co/the-true-heart-of-england/

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

The Odyssey in a Nutshell

2021-03-29T20:13:53-04:00

The second essay in the series putting the great works of literature "in a nutshell".... https://jpearce.co/the-odyssey-in-a-nutshell/

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

World War II Revisited

2021-03-27T02:43:38-04:00

The Second World War is still being used as a political weapon in Europe.... https://jpearce.co/world-war-ii-revisited/

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

Newly Posted in the Inner Sanctum

2021-03-27T02:41:25-04:00

Joseph Pearce gives a summary of the new podcasts and blogposts posted this week in the Inner Sanctum of his personal website: jpearce.co https://jpearce.co/newly-posted-in-the-inner-sanctum-2/

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

Bleecker Street Passion

2021-03-24T02:24:37-04:00

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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