The new issue of the St. Austin Review is winging its way to the printers. The theme of the November/December issue is “Belloc and His World”. Highlights include:

James V. Schall “On Appreciating Belloc”.

Joshua Keatley is “Gaily Singing in the Dark” as he contemplates “Belloc on Desire and Mortality”.

Donna Ellington enjoys “Autumn Fields, English Inns and Divine Thirst in Belloc’s ‘At the Sign of the Lion’”.

Hugh O’Donnell admires “Hilaire Belloc and the Virtue of Catholic Thought”.

Tod Worner “On Pilgrimage and Sacramentality in Hilaire Belloc’s The Four Men”.

Joseph Pearce plods “In the Footsteps of the English Martyrs” as he reports on this year’s pilgrimage to Catholic England.

Joseph Pearce pays tribute to the late Jef Murray in the full colour art feature.

William Fahey is “Remembering the Reality of Runnymede: Hilaire Belloc, the Magna Carta and the Problem of Parliament”.

“Are We Not Men?” asks Steve Terenzio as he surveys “The Old New World of H. G. Wells”.

Kevin O’Brien finds “Solid Satisfaction” in Hilaire Belloc.

Fr. Benedict Kiely joins Belloc for “An English Village Christmas”.

Donald DeMarco rejoices as “The Messiah Comes to Macy’s”.

Susan Treacy compares “Two Musical Settings of Belloc’s Poem, ‘Ha’nacker Mill’”.

James Bemis praises Andrei Rublev.

Kieran Driver reviews Chesterton and the Jews (Farmer).

Nathan Allen reviews The Essential Belloc (McCloskey, Bloch and Robertson, eds.).

Thomas Martin reviews Remembering Belloc (Schall).

Frank Pate reviews The Dark Night of the Body: Why Reverence Comes First in Intimate Relations (von Hildebrand).

Robert Merchant reviews Jogging with Chesterton (Moore-Jumonville).

New Poetry by Philip Kolin, Pavel Chichikov, Debra Stellato and Sean Kinsella.

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Editor’s note: You can preview the issue here at Saint Austin Review