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Sergio Rubin at the March 2014 Faith Angle Forum

Sergio Rubin, Journalist and Co-author with Francesca Ambrogetti of Pope Francis: Conversations with Jorge Bergoglio: His Life in His Own Words spoke at the March 2014 Faith Angle Forum about Pope Francis as reformer, restorer, and revolutionary.

Evangelical Catholicism: Deep Reform in the 21st Century

George Weigel discusses the historic shift taking place in the Church, “Evangelical Catholicism,” the new pope, and the flourishing Church in Africa.

Saving Seniors and Our Most Vulnerable Citizens from an Entitlement Crisis

The consequences of a national debt crisis would be disastrous for the most vulnerable segments of society. Elected leaders should lower the risk by enacting gradual reforms of the nation’s major entitlement programs.

George Weigel on the Church in Latin America

EPPC Distinguished Senior Fellow George Weigel spoke to Catholic News Service about the challenges of the Catholic Church in Latin America weeks before the election of an Argentine pope.

EPPC President Ed Whelan on CNN

On CNN, EPPC President Ed Whelan debates the Boy Scouts’ proposed change of policy on gay members.

Promise and Peril of the Mormon Moment: A Conversation

As Gov. Romney's campaign approaches the convention and election, EPPC's Faith Angle Forum brought together journalists and leaders in the LDS Church to discuss "The Promise and Peril of the Mormon Moment."

Dr. William A. Galston at the May 2012 Faith Angle Forum

Dr. William A. Galston, Senior Fellow and the Ezra K. Zilkha Chair in Governance Studies at the Brookings Institution, spoke at the May 2012 Faith Angle Forum about the impact of culture and the economy on the 2012 elections.

Dr. Grant Wacker and Ross Douthat at the May 2012 Faith Angle Forum

Dr. Grant Wacker, Professor of Christian History at Duke Divinity School, and Ross Douthat, columnist at the New York Times, spoke at the May 2012 Faith Angle Forum about religion’s role in the shaping of American culture.

Dr. Richard Mouw and Dr. Robert Millet at the May 2012 Faith Angle Forum

Dr. Richard Mouw, President and Professor Christian Philosophy at Fuller Theological Seminary, and Dr. Robert Millet, Professor of Ancient Scripture and Emeritus Dean of Religions Education at Brigham Young University, spoke at the May 2012 Faith Angle Forum about evangelicals and Mormons.

Dr. Peter Berger at the November 2011 Faith Angle Forum

Dr. Peter Berger, Professor of Sociology Emeritus at Boston University, and Director and Founder of the Institute on Culture, Religion, & World Affairs, spoke at the November 2011 Faith Angle Forum about his six decades as an observer of world religions.