The Mystical Vision of G.K. Chesterton's Father Brown

For G.K. Chesterton it is ordinary circumstances, not extraordinary ones, that conceal the greatest mysteries

When Saint Paul says, speaking of the analogy between marital union and the union of Christ with the church, “this is a great mystery,” he reveals something essential not only about marriage and about Christ or the church, but about mystery itself. Some of the most profound mysteries live closest to home; these are not revealed by any special kind of kn…

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