GK Chesterton

The Bishop of Northampton will consult with Rome over whether to open the Cause for the writer

Chesterton’s clerical detective seems to have converted to Unitarianism

A daily guide to what’s happening in the Catholic Church

Since Friday, Chesterton’s prophecy of popular uprising has been quoted everywhere

Chesterton ‘addresses the narrowness and slipperiness of modern thinking’, says the author of a new guide to his work

Writer Mark Shea: ‘If the conquest of death is not a reason to be glad, what is?’

Let’s pray that their Causes make further progress in the Year of Mercy

Catholic critic Edward Short’s Adventures in the Books Pages features perceptive comment on the likes of Graham Greene, Leonardo da Vinci and GK Chesterton

All who love Chesterton should read this scholarly, sympathetic and insightful study.

No longer seen as a ‘counter-cultural foghorn’, the great writer is becoming increasingly popular – and relevant to modern life