George Weigel is distinguished senior fellow of the Ethics and Public Policy Center in Washington, D.C.
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The “consistent ethic of life” has provided cover to Democratic politicians. Continue Reading »
In three weeks, a panel of senior judges will hear Cardinal George Pell’s appeal. Continue Reading »
Jim Billington vastly extended the Library of Congress's reach during his tenure as librarian.
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Radical environmentalism in the form of human composting leads to ecological nihilism. Continue Reading »
The pro-choice movement has thrived because of its extraordinary ability to mask what it’s really about. Continue Reading »
Too many on the Catholic Left remain in denial about the link between doctrinal and moral dissent and clerical wickedness. Continue Reading »
Christians can do the work of evangelization because the first Easter told us that despair never gets the final word. Continue Reading »
God creates and redeems the world so that God’s holiness might be shared by a people empowered by grace to live holy lives. Continue Reading »
Catholic parents serious about real education and formation have options other than elite universities. Continue Reading »