With the wit and style of G. K. Chesterton, D. W. Fagerberg serves a series of perceptive and entertaining essays organized around themes intrinsic to daily life: happiness, the ordinary home, social reform, Catholicism, and transcendent truths. Examining topics from homemaking to dogma, Fagerberg provides an excellent introduction to the mind of Chesterton, revealing how Chesterton has helped thousands see the truth and beauty of our God.
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Chesterton is Everywhere offers an extended exercise in drawing out the Chesterton’s insights on a very, very wide number of subjects, from someone who clearly has found many of them mind- and even life-changing. And drawn out, I should add, by a thoughtful man who has read a lot of Chesterton and a lot of other people, and has thought carefully about the world, and therefore offers insights to the long-time reader of Chesterton as well as the new one. Bravo.
—David Mills, executive editor, First Things
David Fagerberg is associate professor of theology at the University of Notre Dame, director of the Notre Dame Center for Liturgy, and editor of its publication Assembly. He contributes regularly to Gilbert magazine. Fagerberg received his STM in linguistic philosophy from Yale Divinity School, his MA and MPhil from Yale University, and his PhD in liturgical theology from Yale University.