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BELLOC

I. Belloc's Letter to Dean Inge

This letter of Hilaire Belloc defending the Catholic Church against attacks by the controversial Dean of St Paul’s Cathedral, London, was originally published in London’s 'Evening Standard'. It is perhaps the most noble defence of the faith published in the twentieth century. We have transcribed it from Belloc's 'Essays of a Catholic'. more

II. Belloc and the Faith

Hilaire once remarked of the Catholic Faith, 'It is the possession of perspective in the survey of the world.' more

III. Belloc on Cardinal Manning and Benjamin Jowett

In this extract from one of his books, Hilaire Belloc cites principles enunciated by each of two great Englishmen to him in his youth.  They offer us food for thought 100 years on.  more

IV. A Remaining Christmas

We reproduce here a famous essay by Hilaire Belloc written more than eighty years ago.  more

V. The Inn of the Margeride

An essay Hilaire Belloc wrote 100 years ago provides a basis for commentary on the direction Europe, and the world, are heading.  more