Thursday, September 24, 2009

ChesterTen Big Announcement

The 29th Annual G.K. Chesterton Conference will by Aug. 5-7, 2010, at Mt. St. Mary’s University in Emmitsburg, Maryland. It will be the centennial of “What’s Wrong with the World.”

Already scheduled to speak are Nancy Brown, Msgr. Stewart Swetland, Tom Martin, Regina Doman, and Dale Ahlquist.

Mt. St. Mary’s is a beautiful campus located about an hour north of Washington DC, and only about 20 minutes from Gettysburg.


  1. An easy 7 hour drive - I`m overjoyed! Having beer and a cigar to celebrate.

  2. Hooray! My home stomping grounds! (I was born and raised in Frederick, just 20 miles south of Mount St. Mary's).

  3. Hallelujah, At least it's the east coast. It's probably something like 10 hours (I haven't googled it yet), but at least it's not 2 days. Now I'm plotting, if I drive to NYC and spend the night with my in-laws (that's nearly half way), I should be able to do the rest of the trip in one day, then reverse it on the way back. There are even people around here who know where Emmitsburg is and where there are good places to stay.

  4. Yeah, right in my hometown! I pass MSM everyday going to work.


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