Join us for a book signing party with Dale Ahlquist


Chesterton Academy is delighted to invite you to a book signing party with popular author and speaker, Dale Ahlquist. The event will take place at Chesterton Academy on Tuesday, October 14 at 7:00 p.m. Dale will read excerpts from his new book, All Roads: Roamin’ Catholic Apologetics. He'll also share reflections on G.K. Chesterton's thoughts on education. Light refreshments will be served. Books will be available for sale and Dale will be on hand to sign them! We look forward to seeing you there for this fun evening. This is a FREE event but registration is required. Please reserve your seats by completing the form below.

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Chesterton Academy is located at 5300 France Ave. S., Edina, MN 55410. Click here for directions.

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About All Roads In an irresistible series of short, sparkling chapters, Dale Ahlquist defends the Catholic faith against a wide variety of attacks that come at it from all sides. Combining quick wit, sympathetic understanding, and plenty of quotes from G.K. Chesterton, Ahlquist takes on such things as Atheism, Agnosticism, Islam, Materialism, Social Engineering, Environmentalism, as well as the many groups who openly oppose the moral and theological teachings of the Catholic Church. Whether in the headlines, in the classroom, or in friendly, late night debates, the Catholic doctrine is challenged on every subject, every idea, every issue. But conversely, every conversation is a ready opportunity to demonstrate the truths of the Catholic Church. In other words, “All roads lead to Rome.”