Mary Hasson Becomes EPPC’s Kate O’Beirne Fellow

The Ethics and Public Policy Center is delighted to announce that, thanks to the support of generous donors, it has established the Kate O’Beirne Fellowship in Catholic Studies and has named current EPPC Fellow Mary Rice Hasson as EPPC’s Kate O’Beirne Fellow.

The New Atlantis Becomes Independent

EPPC and the Center for the Study of Technology and Society announced today that The New Atlantis — the quarterly journal of science and technology founded by EPPC in 2003 — became independent of EPPC on January 1 and is now owned, managed, and published exclusively by CSTS.

Bruce Cole, R.I.P.

Scholars and staff of the Ethics and Public Policy Center mourn the sudden death of Bruce Cole, an EPPC Senior Fellow since 2012.

Luma Simms Joins EPPC, Will Focus on Immigration

EPPC is pleased to welcome as its newest fellow Luma Simms, whose work will examine the individual, communal, ethical, religious, and philosophical dimensions of immigration.

EPPC Amicus Brief Supports Archdiocese of Washington’s Metro Ad

In an amicus brief in support of the Archdiocese of Washington, EPPC explains that the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority’s refusal to run a proposed advertisement by the Archdiocese violates the First Amendment.

VIDEO: Watch President Reagan’s Speech to EPPC’s 10th Anniversary Dinner in 1986

The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library has made available a video of President Reagan’s address to a 1986 dinner celebrating the 10th anniversary of EPPC.

Lance Morrow Becomes EPPC’s Henry Grunwald Senior Fellow

Mr. Morrow, who joined EPPC earlier this year as a visiting fellow, is an essayist and journalist whose work appeared for many years in TIME magazine. The fellowship honors the late Henry Grunwald, the distinguished former editor-in-chief of Time Inc. and United States ambassador to Austria.

EPPC’s Peter Wehner to Lead Faith Angle Forum

Michael Cromartie, who died recently, requested that Mr. Wehner succeed him as director of the Faith Angle Forum.

Michael Cromartie, R.I.P.

EPPC scholars and staff mourn the death of our longtime friend and colleague Michael Cromartie.

Scalia Speaks, a Volume of Justice Scalia’s Speeches Co-Edited by EPPC President Ed Whelan, to be Published Oct. 3

Scalia Speaks collects dozens of Justice Scalia’s best speeches on topics as varied as the law, faith, virtue, pastimes, and heroes and friends. Only a handful of these speeches have ever been published before.