The podcast where we talk about all things Chesterton, which includes everything, and everything else. Learn more about Chesterton, his life, his books, his way of thinking.
Exposing The Da Vinci Code – Carl Olson
Carl Olson, editor of the Catholic World Report, explains The Da Vinci Hoax, his book that exposes the Da Vinci Code as an erroneous and deceitful piece of anti-Catholic literature. We also have an in depth conversation about jazz!
Morality in Medicine - Tod Worner
Tod Worner gives fascinating insights into the world of medicine and where morality fits in. Tod is the managing editor of Bishop Barron’s Evangelization & Culture, the Journal of the Word on Fire Institute. He is also an Internal Medicine Physician & Teaching Faculty of the Abbott Northwestern Internal Medicine Residency Program.
Our Social Catholic - Noel Culbertson
Noel Culbertson is the graphic designer and social media director for our Society. She is the one in charge of every single Chesterton quote that appears on Facebook and Instagram. Her conversion story is also featured in My Name is Lazarus.
The Battle of Lepanto – Christopher Check
In honor of the Feast of Our Lady of the Rosary and the anniversary of the Battle of Lepanto, Christopher Check, the president of Catholic Answers, describes in beautiful detail the significance of the battle and Chesterton's glorious poem.
Catholicism and Theater Part II - Kevin O'Brien
This week we discuss the connection between theater and the Catholic faith with Kevin O'Brien. Kevin is a brilliant actor, writer, and Chestertonian. He is also a Catholic convert whose story is featured in My Name is Lazarus, available on our website.
Let's Talk Distributism - Joseph Grabowski
In this episode we get into what is needed to implement Ditributism and combat Globalism. Joseph Grabowski is the head of of the Southeast Pennsylvania Chesterton Society and also a prominent voice on the topic of Distributism.
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Such a fun podcast. I love learning more about Chesterton, and you make it easy with this podcast.
Good Content Poor Sound
Love GKC and his contemporaries (Belloc, Knox, etc) so I’m glad the Chesterton Society is producing the regular podcast again. However, the sound quality is horrible. Sometimes you have to crank the volume up to a Spinal Tap 11 to hear the guest, while the host leans in too close to the microphone. Good topics and interesting guests, but awful recording.
Amateur is a lover
Gilbert Keith Chesterton and I love Nancy because, in part, her “production value” is less than what might be found elsewhere on the internet. She’s an amateur. But her love of Gilbert and Frances is patently obvious so I can’t not listen to every episode.