Guest Blogger: Ron Ratliff on G.K. Chesterton and the Art of Living Well in Times of Crisis
My job description at Benedictine College now includes working for the Gregorian Institute, which seeks “to contribute to the renewal of Catholic culture and freedom of religious expression in America.” One of my responsibilities is to help produce content for The Gregorian Blog.
I asked my friend, Ron Ratliff, to write a blog post that shared helpful lessons from the life of G.K. Chesterton. Ron is a reference librarian and adjunct professor at Manhattan Christian College (KS) who has published works (and delivered lectures) on both C.S. Lewis and G.K. Chesterton. He entered the Catholic Church at 2011′s Easter vigil.
I think you will be encouraged by Ron’s post. You can read it here.
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