2016 Catholic Women’s Symposium

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Faith Angle Forum: March 2016

The Faith Angle Forum holds its semi-annual Conference on Religion, Politics & Public Life from March 13-15, 2016, in South Beach, Florida. The series brings together a select group of nationally respected journalists and distinguished scholars for in-depth discussions of cutting-edge issues at the intersection of religion and public life. Under the leadership of Michael Cromartie, […]


The Four Faces of the GOP

In this Bradley Lecture, Mr. Olsen, a compelling voice in election analysis, will describe each of the factions, their historic roots, and how and why neither the insider/outsider nor the establishment/conservative way of looking at the race is correct.


Faith Angle Forum: November 2015

-Dr. Albert J. Raboteau on “Forgiveness and the African American Church Experience”
-Dr. Arthur Brooks and John Carr on “Religion, Economics and New Approaches to Poverty”
-Dr. Ted Davis on “The Bible and Biology: How Did We Get Here?”


2015 Bradley Symposium

The Future Of Higher Education: Risks and opportunities in an era of change
* Mitch Daniels, President, Purdue University
* Andrew Kelly, Fellow, American Enterprise Institute
* Peter Lawler, Professor of Political Science, Berry College
* Alex Tabarrok, Professor of Economics, George Mason University

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Faith Angle Forum: May 2015

-Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks: “A Religious Response to Religious Violence”
-Dr. Bernard Haykel & Dr. William McCants: “The Islamic State: Understanding its Ideology and Theology”
-Dr. John Inazu: “Religious Liberty and the American Culture Wars”


2015 Catholic Women’s Leadership Luncheon

Evangelizing a Broken World: Women and the Art of Accompanying Others
Keynote Speaker: Helen Alvaré


2015 Catholic Women’s Symposium

The Catholic Women’s Forum, in collaboration with the Catholic Information Center of Washington, D.C, hosts an annual Catholic Women’s Symposium to engage topics responsive to the Church’s most pressing concerns, specifically those related to women and family.  The Symposium has an academic and scholarly focus, and takes place over two days of presentations and extended […]

George Weigel’s 14th Annual William E. Simon Lecture

John Paul II was not canonized for his accomplishments but for his sanctity. Yet he was the most politically consequential pope in decades, and it is a very obscure part of the world that does not display the footprints of the shoes of this fisherman. George Weigel analyzes seven lessons that John Paul’s “worldly” accomplishments teach twenty-first century statesmen, and suggests a few things the first Polish pope has to teach the rest of us.


Celebrating 15 Years of the Faith Angle Forum

EPPC celebrated 15 Years of the Faith Angle Forum with over 100 previous participants, speakers, and friends on Wednesday, December 10 at the St. Regis Hotel in Washington, D.C.