Month: July 2008


The Convert’s Blindness

Writing in the New Yorker, Adam Gopnik says of G.K. Chesterton: In these books, Chesterton becomes a Pangloss of the parish; anything Roman is right. It is hard to credit that even a convinced Catholic can feel equally strongly about St. Francis’s intuitive mysticism and St. Thomas’s pedantic religiosity, as Chesterton seems to. His writing […]

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