Chesterton Society Meeting – April 15

Join us for dinner, beverages, and discussion

The St. Francis of Assisi Grapevine chapter of the American Chesterton Society meets every 3rdMonday at the Big Fish Restaurant in downtown Grapevine from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. The next meeting will be April 15, so put your tax return in the mail and come celebrate with us! If you decide to attend this or future meetings please send a message to Chris Hunt at It is important that we have an attendance count for the restaurant.

We are both men and women, and we boast a wide spread of ages from the 20’s and up; most of us are Catholic, but there are members of other faiths too. Participants are asked to read a Chesterton essay before attending. The meeting features a discussion of the essay and fellowship; and you can order dinner and beverages from the Big Fish menu. The April reading, “The Fallacy of Success,” can be found at this link:

G K Chesterton was a British philosopher, author, critic, historian, theologian, dedicated disciple—and convert—to our Catholic faith. He has been called an apostle of common sense and the prince of paradox, and in the early 20th century he foresaw and wrote about the same issues we struggle with in the 21st century: social injustice, materialism, moral relativism, the culture of death; and assaults on religion, the family, and human dignity.

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