Book Event: George Weigel’s Lessons in Hope: My Unexpected Life with St. John Paul II

EPPC and the Catholic Information Center are sponsoring an event to celebrate the release of EPPC Distinguished Senior Fellow George Weigel’s new book Lessons in Hope: My Unexpected Life with St. John Paul II.

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.

I am Catholic—and I Don’t Know What I’m Supposed to Believe About Immigration

Catholics are split between two camps that seem intent on shouting at each other, and there are serious questions that men and women of profound faith and genuine intellect on both sides must consider.

Do Conservatives Take Rape Seriously?

Rape and sexual assault are genuine problems on college campuses. The question is why and what can be done about it.

Speaker Ryan Invites a Social Doctrine Conversation

America needs many serious conversations in this age of the demagogic tweet and the rabid talk-radio sound-bite. One of them is about the scandal of poverty amidst vast wealth and the empowerment of the poor.

Reagan Had a More Nuanced View of Constitution than Many Fellow Conservatives

As we celebrate this Sunday’s 230th anniversary of the Constitution’s signing, self-described constitutional conservatives might want to know what their political idol thought about our founding document.

Michael Cromartie, R.I.P.

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

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