EPPC Briefly: EPPC Scholars on the Rome Abuse Summit
The latest EPPC Briefly is here, highlighting the important work of our scholars George Weigel, Stephen P. White, and Mary Rice Hasson regarding the Catholic Church’s sex-abuse crisis.
EPPC Briefly: Henry Olsen and Lance Morrow on the State of the Union Address
The latest EPPC Briefly features Henry Olsen and Lance Morrow on President Trump’s State of the Union address; George Weigel on New York’s sordid new “Reproductive Health Act”; Peter Wehner’s first piece in his new role at the Atlantic; and more.
Henry Olsen, Peter Wehner Earn New Roles at Major Media Outlets
Henry Olsen will become a daily opinion columnist for the Washington Post, and Peter Wehner will become a contributing editor for The Atlantic. Both Mr. Olsen and Mr. Wehner will carry out their new roles in their continuing capacity as EPPC scholars.
EPPC Briefly: George Weigel on How the Vatican Is Squandering Its Moral Capital
Read the latest EPPC Briefly, featuring George Weigel on how the Vatican is squandering its moral capital by refusing to confront tyrants, plus more new work from other EPPC scholars.
EPPC Briefly: Yuval Levin and Henry Olsen on the Populism Debates
The latest issue is packed with great new work by Yuval Levin, George Weigel, Henry Olsen, Mona Charen, Peter Wehner, Stephen P. White, Sir Roger Scruton, James Bowman, Ian Lindquist, Lance Morrow, and more.
EPPC Briefly: Advent and Reform
The latest EPPC Briefly features new work by Stephen P. White, George Weigel, Yuval Levin, Lance Morrow, Mona Charen, and other EPPC scholars.
EPPC Briefly: Henry Olsen and Yuval Levin on the Midterms and 2020
In the latest EPPC Briefly, Henry Olsen and Yuval Levin analyze the midterm elections and what the results mean for 2020, George Weigel and Stephen P. White offer analysis of the challenges facing the Catholic Church, Lance Morrow assesses the complicated legacy of Woodrow Wilson, and much more.
EPPC Briefly: George Weigel’s Reflections on Synod-2018
In the latest EPPC Briefly, George Weigel argues that Synod-2018 made clear that business-as-usual is not an adequate model for the next months and years of Catholic life. Plus, new work from Yuval Levin and Henry Olsen on the midterms, and much more.
EPPC Briefly: Henry Olsen Previews the Midterms
In the latest EPPC Briefly, Henry Olsen observes that midterm polling data suggest a mild blue wave in the House but little likelihood of a Democratic tsunami that could also flip the Senate. Plus, new pieces by Mona Charen, Mary Rice Hasson, George Weigel, Lance Morrow, and more.
Statement from EPPC’s Board of Directors
The board of the Ethics and Public Policy Center convened a special telephonic meeting on Friday, September 21, 2018. After the meeting, Edward Whelan, who has led EPPC with integrity and excellence for many years, offered his resignation in light of what he described as an “appalling and inexcusable” error in posting online a series […]