A romantic English patriot and devout Catholic convert; a friend of Shaw and Orwell and an enemy of modernity; an opponent of socialism and a staunch foe of capitalism: the paradoxes of Chesterton make an elegant closing flourish for our series on the Author Bank.
In fairness to Alice, judging by our recently-concluded tour of the wonder-land of ideas, we must concede that the books generally do lack pictures. Conversations, however …
St. Bernard of ClairvauxAn Author Profile By Gabriel Blanchard The academy, the battlefield, the royal court, and the chapel of twelfth-century Europe all bore the mark of St.
To fathom the nature and operations of the divine upon humanity is an illumination beyond the workaday intellect.
St. Gregory of Nyssa: Light From the East By Gabriel Blanchard Shaped by the world of seventeen centuries ago, the work of St. Gregory of Nyssa shows surprising