Chesterton says that every high civilization decays by forgetting obvious things. The obvious things are the ordinary things, and we have forgotten them.
Eating becomes a moral act when we make choices about how we produce, sell, and buy our food, taking into account how others are affected by our decisions.
We don’t know who is being hired and who is being fired with our money. And we have no control over the most obscene things we finance.
Dorothy did not only write about Distributism, she did Distributism. She helped people become self-sufficient.
The League of the Long Bow is protecting the land, finding new ways to do old things, so that the old things can still be done.
Sanity is about wholeness, completeness. Insanity is about narrowness and brokenness.
G.K. Chesterton was one of the most accomplished writers of the 20th century, a master at every genre in which he wrote.