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A New Birth of Freedom

Bishop Farrell; Bishop Olson; President Keefe; members of the Board of Trustees; distinguished faculty members and university staff; parents and grandparents, brothers and sisters, aunts, uncles, and cousins of the

Ukrainian Catholic University Commencement Address

Bishop Borys Gudziak; Father Mykhola Fredyna; Members of the Ukrainian Catholic University Senate; Vice-Rectors and Deans of the Ukrainian Catholic University; faculty and students of the Ukrainian Catholic University academic

Embracing Our Roles

Editor’s Note: NRO contributor George Weigel delivered the following commencement address at the College of Saint Mary Magdalen in Warner, N.H., on May 4, 2013.

Un-Obama Commencement Address

Note: George Weigel, a distinguished senior fellow at Washington’s Ethics and Public Policy Center, was the speaker on May 10 at the 201st commencement exercises of Mt. St. Mary’s University in

The University's Egregious Error

When a university invites a prominent personality to deliver a commencement address and accept an honorary degree, a statement is being made to graduates, students, faculty, parents, alumni and donors:

A Moral Exemplar?

**The University of Notre Dame has announced that Pres. Barack Obama will be the principal speaker and will receive an honorary doctor of laws degree at the university’s commencement on Sunday, May 17. The invitation

Telling the World Its True Story

[On June 20, 2004, EPPC Senior Fellow George Weigel delivered the commencement address for the Religious Studies Division of St. Charles Borromeo Seminary, Overbrook, Pennsylvania.] Your Eminence, Cardinal Rigali; Bishop Burbidge;

No Ordinary People

EPPC Senior Fellow George Weigel recieved his seventh honorary doctorate at Franciscan University of Steubenville (Ohio) on May 8, 2004, and delivered the following commencement address.   Father Christian, Father Michael,

No Ordinary People

Your Excellency, Bishop Rueger; Sister Paulette Gardner and distinguished members of the board of trustees; President McGarry and members of the faculty; Dr. Rose Clarisse Gadoury; Dr. Barry Moser; parents