Catholic Studies events

The Promise and Peril of Civic Renewal: Richard John Neuhaus, Peter L. Berger, and “To…

In 1977, Richard John Neuhaus and Peter L. Berger published To Empower People: From State to Civil Society. The book…



True Confessions: Voices of Faith from a Life in the Church

Wednesday, February 28, 20246–8 pm EST Catholic Information Center1501 K Street NWWashington, DC 20005 United States Join author Francis X….


Adam and Eve after the Pill: REVISITED

Wednesday, March 15, 2023 | 5–8 PMCatholic Information Center1501 K Street NW Suite 175Washington, DC 20005 United States Featuring Mary…



What Cardinal Pell Meant: A Personal Reflection

Wednesday, March 8, 2023 | 6–8 PMCatholic Information Center1501 K Street NW Suite 175Washington, DC 20005 United States With the…



The William E. Simon Lecture: What Ukraine Means

Distinguished Senior Fellow George Weigel presents the 21st Annual William E. Simon Lecture, “What Ukraine Means,” as part of EPPC’s…



To Sanctify the World: The Vital Legacy of Vatican II with George Weigel

On January 26, 2023 at 6:30 PM, Join the Institute for Human Ecology at the Catholic University of America for…



What is the Legacy of Pope Benedict XVI?

On Thursday, January 5, as Pope Francis celebrated the funeral Mass for his predecessor, Pope Benedict XVI, EPPC co-hosted a…



Being Human: A Panel Discussion with the Authors of Three Books on Identity and Flourishing

This event has been postponed. We will announce a new date soon! Please join us for a panel discussion and…



The Problem of Atheism: Del Noce, Marx, and the Roots of Western Irreligion

Augusto Del Noce (d. 1989) ranked as one of Europe’s leading public intellectuals and cultural critics. His seminal text, The…



George Weigel’s 20th Annual William E. Simon Lecture

20th Annual William E. Simon Lecture The Pope We All Need: The Papacy and the Crisis of the West ByGeorge…



George Weigel’s 19th Annual William E. Simon Lecture

EPPC Distinguished Senior Fellow George Weigel will deliver his 19th annual William E. Simon Lecture, titled “St. John Paul II: A Centenary Reflection on a Life of Consequence.”



Twenty-Eighth Annual Tertio Millennio Seminar

The Tertio Millennio Seminar on the Free Society was founded in 1992 by Michael Novak, Rocco Buttiglione, Father Richard John Neuhaus, Father Maciej Zięba OP and George Weigel to deepen the dialogue on Catholic social doctrine between North American students and students from the new democracies of central and eastern Europe.