France’s New Political Divide
At the very least, the debate between Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen will lay bare the tensions at the heart of French society and finally show the real issues facing the country.
Kate O’Beirne, RIP
EPPC scholars share some of their memories of the late Kate O’Beirne.
Jeff Koons’ Big Bunch of Banality
A proposed design for a memorial to victims of terrorism in Paris is contentless, ahistorical, lightweight, and just plain silly.
Let’s Not Make a Deal…at Least this Deal
Helping those who have broken away from the Catholic Church come back into full communion is a noble endeavor. But the only Church unity worthy of the name is unity within the full symphony of Catholic truth.
How Progressives Cherry-Pick Science They Like
Organizers flaunt the politically motivated inception of the March for Science.
The Importance of Jackie Robinson
On the sapphire jubilee of Jackie Robinson’s first game in the majors, America owes 42 an enormous round of applause and a prayer for the repose of a noble soul.
Can Deregulation Restore Campus Free Speech?
A reply to Peter Augustine Lawler.
Interview with Peter Wehner: Hardwired for Hope
EPPC Senior Fellow Peter Wehner discusses pain, suffering and the Christian faith.
Easter and the ‘Panula Option’
Easter reminds us that the Church begins with witness: lives changed by an encounter with the Risen Lord; men and women who then transform others by the power of their testimony and the authority of their example.
Why Are Black College Graduates Less Wealthy than Other Grads?
The missing element may be a stable family structure.