Emotions are a powerful force in our lives. Is it possible to have a rich emotional life, and not be overwhelmed or ruled by our emotions? We'll ask this question of three unlikely teachers: Saint Macrina, Fred Rogers, and Saoirse the Selkie.
How is possible that we both belong in the world and feel homesick in it?
Can fairy tales help us understand the world better than modern philosophy?
In the third chapter of Orthodoxy, Chesterton swings back to the defense of reason against the unraveling of the modern mind.