EPPC Briefly: Hobby Lobby Victory for Religious Liberty
Analyzing the Supreme Court’s Hobby Lobby ruling; exploring how the GOP can appeal to Hispanic Evangelical voters; video and audio from the 2014 Bradley Symposium; and more.
EPPC Flash: EPPC Welcomes Mona Charen as Senior Fellow
EPPC is pleased to welcome syndicated columnist and political analyst Mona Charen as its newest senior fellow. Ms. Charen’s work at EPPC will focus on women and politics, feminism, and the state of the family.
George Weigel Honored by Lithuanian Foreign Ministry
EPPC Distinguished Senior Fellow George Weigel was awarded the Lithuanian Diplomacy Star at a June 11 ceremony at the Lithuanian Embassy for his tireless work on behalf of democracy and human rights, and for his critical support of Lithuania’s struggle for independence from the Soviet Union.
EPPC Briefly: Reform Conservatism vs. Governmental Incompetence
Yuval Levin on why government fails so often; the upcoming 2014 Bradley Symposium; George Weigel honored by Lithuanian Foreign Ministry; thinking through the morality of the Bergdahl deal; and much more
EPPC Flash: Celebrating George Weigel’s Silver Anniversary
This month marks EPPC Distinguished Senior Fellow George Weigel’s 25th anniversary with the Ethics and Public Policy Center. What a remarkable 25 years it has been!
EPPC Briefly: Weigel, Eberstadt Address Members of Class of 2014
A New Birth of Freedom; You Are More Important Than You Know; A Conservative Governing Agenda; and much more
EPPC Briefly: A False Portrait of Norman Rockwell
Bruce Cole on a strange new biography of Norman Rockwell; Yuval Levin on Uncommon Knowledge; George Weigel talks with the head of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church; and more
Download EPPC’s New Catholic Social Teaching App for iPhone and iPad
The Catholic Social Teaching App puts the social teaching of the Catholic Church in the palm of your hand. By bringing together Church documents with news and commentary and an expansive search function that allows you to cross-reference both, EPPC’s new app is a great resource for politicians, journalists, teachers, students, and anyone who wishes to better understand the Church’s teaching […]
EPPC Files Amicus Brief in HHS Mandate Cases
The Ethics and Public Policy Center is today filing a Supreme Court amicus brief in the pending HHS mandate cases. EPPC’s brief thoroughly refutes the Obama administration’s claim that for-profit corporations are inherently incapable of an “exercise of religion” for purposes of the protections afforded by the federal Religious Freedom Restoration Act and the Free Exercise Clause of the First Amendment.
EPPC Distinguished Senior Fellow George Weigel Speaks at National Book Festival
EPPC Distinguished Senior Fellow George Weigel will discuss his book Evangelical Catholicism at the 2013 Library of Congress National Book Festival in Washington, D.C.