George Weigel Archives - Ethics & Public Policy Center
Gaia, False Gods, and Public Policy
Is ours a secular world? Or is it a world that’s traded authentic religion for a modern form of idolatry?
What Would Cardinal Meyer Say?
Unfortunately forgotten in most U.S. Catholic circles today, Cardinal Albert Gregory Meyer, archbishop of Milwaukee from 1953 to 1958 and archbishop of Chicago from 1958 to 1965, was one of the country’s leading churchmen in the mid-20th century.
Hans Küng and the Perils of Fame
Hans Küng was one of the first Catholic intellectuals to figure out that the world press couldn’t resist the man-bites-dog storyline in which a Catholic thinker challenges Church doctrine—and does so in ways that confirm progressive cultural biases.
God’s Harsh and Dreadful Love
That the journey to Easter always passes through Good Friday is an annual reminder that the divine love burning its way through history is harsh and dreadful as well as compassionate and merciful.
Light from the East
Major Archbishop Sviatoslav Shevchuk of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church has become one of the world’s most dynamic Catholic leaders under exceptionally challenging circumstances.
Hong Kong Calvary 2021
It is nothing short of scandalous that Jimmy Lai, Martin Lee, and other brave men and women are facing persecution without any public support from the Vatican.
The Easter Explosion
The Easter explosion created a communion of disciples in mission. We are their heirs.
Good News After a Very Bad Year
Good things have been happening this past year, and as the Church heads into Holy Week it’s time to recognize some of them; to be grateful for the exemplary Catholics who make these important initiatives possible; and to pray for their flourishing in the future.
Cruel and (Very) Unusual: On the Banning of Masses in the Vatican Basilica
The recent and bizarre diktat violates both universality and hospitality while ensuring a more jumbled, less reverent atmosphere at the altars.
Woke “Rights,” the Equality Act, and Speaker Pelosi
True compassion demands rejecting the Equality Act.