While visiting the local Catholic bookshop - with a gift certificate burning in my pocket - I discovered in the Christmas display (yes, even there the season is coming early) a little gem.
Advent and Christmas Wisdom from G. K. Chesterton, by the folks at the Center for the Study of C.S. Lewis and Friends.
It was published by Liguori in 2007, so others may have already taken note of it. But it was new to me.
Selections from Chesterton's writings along with Scripture and prayers. Interesting.
I have only glanced at it, but when I do get time to read it I will report back.
For now, I am occupied with William Oddie's Chesterton and the Romance of Orthodoxy.
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