Ryan T. Anderson to Become Next EPPC President


Dr. Anderson will succeed Ed Whelan, who has served as EPPC president since 2004 and who will continue his scholarly work as EPPC Distinguished Senior Fellow.

Fr. Maciej Zięba, O.P. (1954–2020)


Maciej Zięba’s was a Catholic voice of singular insight, clarity, and good sense in an increasingly fragmented and polarized Polish society.

Christians as a Cultural Minority (Again)


The greatest and most powerful Christian distinctive is not the exercise of power; it is the offer of grace.

More Inane Myths about Chosenness


A new book aims to dispel the idea of the divine chosenness of the Jews. In fact, it promotes a moralism as heavy-handed as that of the most simplistic preacher.

Infamy and Mythology


For Donald Trump, yesterday’s events may prove to be as much one as the other.

Many Republicans Own This Insurrection


Responsibility for the storming of the Capitol extends well beyond President Trump.

A Catholic Moment


If Protestantism no longer provides the ballast for this republic, and if Catholicism is not – at least, not presently – up to the task, then one of two options remains. Either our politics will continue to careen towards disaster or something else will, if it has not already, fill the void.

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