What Ought To Be

Themes from Chesterton's What's Wrong with the World

"The Christian ideal has not been tried and found wanting. It's been found too difficult and left untried." -- GK Chesterton

7th Annual Conference
Presented by the Rochester NY Chesterton Society

Dale Ahlquist, American Chesterton SocietyJoseph Pearce, AuthorDr. Chuck Chalberg, as GKCDr. Gary Hafer, Lycoming College


Saturday, September 25th, 2010

9 am — 3 pm

St. John Fisher College, Coleman Chapel, Murphy Hall
Donation: $10. Free to students. Lunch will be available at nominal cost.

Funded by the Basilian Fathers of St. John Fisher College.
With support from members of the Rochester NY Chesterton Society and from the St. Irenaeus Center.


Recordings of our past conferences are also available:


The Rochester NY Chesterton Society meets the third Thursday of the month, September-December, and March-June. Among our goals are lively discussion, good fellowship, and a deeper appreciation of the work of GKC.
Direct questions to rochesterton@hotmail.com

A letter-sized poster for this event is also available.

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