Uncommon Sense
The Podcast of the Society of Gilbert Keith Chesterton, where we talk about everything under the sun with a Chestertonian perspective, as well as the writings and legacy of G.K. Chesterton himself. The podcast is hosted by Grettelyn Darkey and Joe Grabowski. Want to give us feedback? Email podcast@chesterton.org.

Grettelyn and Joe speak to John Sharp, co-founding director and publisher with IHS Press, which seeks to bring back classic works on economic, political, and social thought by Chesterton and his contemporaries.

Direct download: Sharp_Episode_Audio_Final.mp3
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Grettelyn speaks Dr. James Breen about the Benedict Medicine Consortium, an attempt to bring the practice of medicine back into line with the Social Teachings of the Church.

For more info, visit benedictmedicine.org.

Direct download: Breen_Episode_Audio_Final.mp3
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Joe and Grettelyn speak with Andrew Youngblood about his exciting new popular book from Word on Fire, "Know Thyself: Classical Catholic Education and the Discovery of Self." Learn more about the exciting momentum in the classical education movement!

To register for November 15th's Virtual Open House visit here: https://chestertonschoolsnetwork.org/virtual-open-house-november-2023

To buy Andrew's book (on backorder) write to orders@chesterton.org.

Direct download: Youngblood_Episode.mp3
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Joe and Grettelyn speak with Alan Harrelson of Pipe Cottage about his journey to the Catholic Church, his experience reading Chesterton, his love nature, and more!

To learn more about Alan, visit pipecottage.com or his channel.

To learn more about the Southern Agrarians, visit Wikipedia.

Our past interview about Father Vincent McNabb.

Alan Cornett's talk on Russell Kirk.

Direct download: Harrelson_Episode_Final.mp3
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