Check out this impressive endeavor by the Chesterton Club of Granada.
While I operate under the imperfect tools of google-translate and my own hodgepodge of Romance language nous, what is quite clear is this:
The readers and writers of this site have a practical missionary aim: to help the world think like Chesterton.
They have short pieces on particular themes, in addition to longer, in-depth essays on a few of Chesterton’s works. It seems that they are also hoping to improve Spanish language translations from the original English of Chesterton’s essays and books.
*More later, as I sift through their nice site. In the meantime, in no particular order, I exhort you to stay salty, eschew aschemiolatry**, resist, root out, and overcome the barbaric, and say NO to gnosticism.
*Each of the above may be accomplished by reading Chesterton.
**Credit goes to the one and only Thomas Bertonneau for coining the term aschemiolatry, or, the cult or worship of ugliness, which we find so useful a word in our post-Christian gnostocracy (another of his – and our – favorite words).