I just watched the fourth season of EWTN’s “G. K. Chesterton: The Apostle of Common Sense” and it is excellent as usual. The great thing about a series on Chesterton is that it is about impossible to run out of material and Dale Alquist does such an excellent job of presenting the thinking and writing of G.K. Chesterton.
This year is the 100th anniversary of Orthodoxy and I am current rereading this great book. Though this book should be read on it 100th anniversary and its 101,102,103,… and so on. What I love about Chesterton and especially his book “Orthodoxy” is that he writes in such a way that you see things anew and realize just how off you were in seeing reality. Sure his turns of phrase and effective use of paradox is one of the charms of Chesterton, but it is his ability to let you return to a childhood wonder that hooks you.