The Ballad of the White Horse
Lepanto: With Explanatory Notes and Commentary
The Secret of Father Brown
St. Thomas Aquinas
A site dedicated to G.K. Chesterton, his friends, and the writers he influenced: Belloc, Baring, Lewis, Tolkien, Dawson, Barfield, Knox, Muggeridge, and others.
In my last post, I noted that so few people seem to be following this blog any more - even the former team members.
I got no responses.
This used to be a respectable blog. There were some good writers. When they asked me to join I felt honored.
I've decided to continue for now. Chesterton and the "friends" - writers who knew him, were influenced by him, or who are like him in some ways - are too important to simply ignore.
Who knows, maybe some time in the future someone will be inspired by something here.
I've been attempting to keep this blog alive. But it seems that very few people read the new posts - even my fellow team members appear to have abandoned it entirely.
Is it worth the time and effort? I know blogs are considered passe, but then, some people think Chesterton is passe.
In 1978 I was counselor and a life guard at a summer camp. During one session, the boys' cabin I was working with played a softball game against a girls' cabin. The girls trounced the boys.After the game, my fellow male counselors and I chided the boys for allowing girls to beat them. We were echoing the kind of comments we had heard our high school coaches saying to us.