EPPC has filed an amicus brief in support of two Catholic schools in pending cases in the United States Supreme Court.
The Ethics and Public Policy Center is delighted to announced that Alexandra DeSanctis and Devorah Goldman are joining our corps of scholars as part of our new Visiting Fellow program.
The Ethics and Public Policy Center mourns the death of EPPC Senior Fellow Sir Roger Scruton, who died on Sunday, January 12, at age 75.
EPPC Senior Fellow Sir Roger Scruton has earned recognition from the governments of Hungary, Poland, and the Czech Republic for his courageous anti-communist efforts and his legacy of moral and intellectual leadership.
The Ethics and Public Policy Center invites outstanding scholars and thinkers who are interested in participating in our work to apply for an appointment as an EPPC Visiting Fellow for a term of two years.
The Ethics and Public Policy Center extends a fond farewell to Yuval Levin, who after 13 remarkably productive years at EPPC will be joining AEI as its new director of social, cultural, and constitutional studies.
EPPC’s Faith Angle Forum has launched a new weekly podcast to share some of the insights, stories, and wisdom gained over two decades at Faith Angle. This series of conversations, hosted by Faith Angle Forum director Josh Good, brings together top scholars, clerics, and leading journalists for smart discussions of some the most profound questions in today’s contested public square.
EPPC Fellow Stephen P. White has been named the executive director of The Catholic Project, an initiative launched by the Catholic University of America in the wake of the Church’s sexual-abuse crisis. Mr. White will carry out his new duties in his continuing role as a fellow in EPPC’s Catholic Studies program.
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.
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 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.
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.