George Weigel

VIDEO: George Weigel on Notre Dame Fire on MSNBC

EPPC Distinguished Senior Fellow George Weigel appeared on MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell Reports to discuss the fire at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris and the significance of the cathedral to France and to the world.

The Easter Effect Today

Even amid anger and embarrassment, Christians can do the work of evangelization because the first Easter told us that, for the truly converted disciple who has met the risen Lord, despair never gets the final word: God will vindicate his plan for the salvation of the world.

Easter in Jail: The Travesty of the Pell Case

An innocent bishop is being made into a ritual scapegoat for the malfeasance (and worse) of his predecessors in high Church office.

Creation, Redemption, Martyrdom: A Lenten Reflection

The Church, the continuation of Christ’s presence in the world, is a communion of disciples in mission. That mission often carries heavy costs, and it is appropriate to be reminded of that as the Church walks the Way of the Cross these last weeks of Lent.

The High-Priced Spread, Revisited

Thanks to a renaissance in Catholic higher education, Catholic parents serious about real education and real formation have options other than so-called “elite” universities.

An Open Letter to Cardinal Reinhard Marx

The German Church is dying, and it will not be revitalized by becoming a simulacrum of moribund liberal Protestantism.

AUDIO: George Weigel on Friendship with John Paul II

EPPC Distinguished Senior Fellow George Weigel appeared on Real Presence Radio to discuss his friendship with Pope St. John Paul II and his upcoming visit for the Catholic Social Services Palm Sunday Breakfast in Rapid City, South Dakota.

A Tale of Two Georges

Even if Cardinal George Pell’s appeal is successful—as it should be on any rational grounds, and if the words “beyond a reasonable doubt” mean anything in Australian courts—the assault on the Church and its leaders will continue.

The Holy See and Cardinal Pell

It is not unreasonable to suggest that the Australian justice system has thus far failed one of Australia’s most distinguished sons, who had put his trust in it. But justice can be done by the Holy See, whatever the ultimate outcome in Australia.

VIDEO/AUDIO: George Weigel on the Show Trial of Cardinal Pell

EPPC Distinguished Senior Fellow George Weigel appeared on the Patrick Coffin Show to discuss the guilty verdict in Australia against Cardinal George Pell.