George Weigel


AUDIO: George Weigel Discusses The Irony of Modern Catholic History on Conversations with Consequences Podcast

EPPC Distinguished Senior Fellow George Weigel appeared on the Catholic Association’s Conversations with Consequences podcast to discuss his new book The Irony of Modern Catholic History.

Cokie and Lindy

Remembering Cokie Roberts also offers the opportunity to make a belated tribute to her mother, who also deserves to be celebrated.

AUDIO: George Weigel Discusses The Irony of Modern Catholic History on “Kresta in the Afternoon”

EPPC Distinguished Senior Fellow George Weigel appeared on EWTN Catholic Radio’s “Kresta in the Afternoon” to discuss his new book The Irony of Modern Catholic History.

Ironies in the Fire

The multiple ironies in the complex relationship between Catholicism and cultural, social, and political modernity over the last 250 years are explored in George Weigel’s new book, The Irony of Modern Catholic History: How the Church Rediscovered Itself and Challenged the Modern World to Reform.

VIDEO: George Weigel Discusses The Irony of Modern Catholic History at Catholic University

EPPC Distinguished Senior Fellow George Weigel discussed his new book The Irony of Modern Catholic History: How the Church Rediscovered Itself and Challenged the Modern World to Reform at an event sponsored by the Institute for Human Ecology at the Catholic University of America.

AUDIO: George Weigel Discusses The Irony of Modern Catholic History on Bookmonger Podcast

EPPC Distinguished Senior Fellow George Weigel appeared on National Review‘s podcast with host John J. Miller to discuss Mr. Weigel’s new book The Irony of Modern Catholic History.

Australian Justice in the Dock

Those who cannot bring themselves to say that Cardinal George Pell deserves to be vindicated share in the ignominy that Australian criminal justice has, thus far, brought upon itself. 

As “the League” Begins Its Centennial Season

Whatever the record books show, NFL Hall-of-Famer Gino Marchetti was a big man in several ways. 

In Praise of Today’s Seminarians

Is there more to be done, in refining recruitment of students for the priesthood and reforming American seminaries? Undoubtedly. But a great deal has in fact been accomplished in the last 15 years, and it’s important that the people of the Church know it.  

Falsely, Matilda

The case of Cardinal George Pell has reversed the presumption of innocence that is the foundation of criminal law in the Anglosphere and obviated the requirement that the burden of proof rests on the prosecution to persuade jurors beyond a reasonable doubt.