This week, Pope Francis said something that was both utterly uncontroversial — and qualified as major news. As human beings age, he said in his general audience address Wednesday, they must come
Papal biographer George Weigel has criticized Russia’s incursions into Ukraine since the annexation of Crimea eight years ago. Its attack of its neighboring country last week only reinforced Vladimir Putin’s ongoing campaign of aggression,
Following up on yesterday’s exclusive interview, CWR corresponded again today with George Weigel, Distinguished Senior Fellow of Washington’s Ethics and Public Policy Center, about the many developments in Ukraine. CWR: What are
George Weigel is Distinguished Senior Fellow of Washington’s Ethics and Public Policy Center and the author of over twenty books on politics, theology, current events, and history. His syndicated column
Editor’s Note: Leading Catholic scholar George Weigel discussed with CNA the “Synodal Way” and recent statements by Bishop Georg Bätzing of Limburg. Below is a transcript of CNA’s conversation with Weigel.
Recently National Review Institute and Ignatius Press held a webinar to discuss this book. RJ Carr corresponded with Mr. Weigel to ask several questions on his words in the book
Editor’s note: The latest book from George Weigel—biographer of John Paul II and author of over twenty books—has caused a bit of stir, in part because of the book’s title.
In recent years some Catholic “integralists” have argued, among other things, that Dignitatis Humanae allows for a confessional state in which the Church may cooperate with the state in, for
“Lead Kindly Light: The Story of a Saint” was the title of George Weigel’s speech given in homage to Cardinal John Henry Newman on the day before his much-awaited Oct.
He writes a weekly syndicated column and is the author of over twenty books, including Witness to Hope: The Biography of John Paul II (1999), The End and the Beginning: John Paul II—The Victory of