Christendom in Dublin by G.K Chesterton provides an astounding look at the 31st Eucharistic Congress held over 85 years ago (1932).
Moreover, Christendom in Dublin tells the story of Christianity in Dublin in the 1930’s. Chesterton recalls what the Catholic Church was like during this time. He provides his personal impressions of the 31st Eucharistic Congress. Lastly, he finishes off with a final essay speaking of his hopes for Ireland’s mission in the world. G.K Chesterton’s thoughts represent an idea of “True Christianity” and a reminiscence of Ireland’s religious culture after the fall of the Roman Empire. In this classic work, Chesterton institutes a thought provoking look on the evolution of the church.
Preface by Peter Costello.