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Interview: A Tale of Two Saints

On Divine Mercy Sunday this weekend in Rome — one week after Easter — Pope Francis will celebrate the canonizations of two recent predecessors in the Chair of Peter, Popes

Life With Pope Francis

Vatican City–All signs in Rome point toward a more evangelical future for the Church under the new pontiff. National Review Online’s Kathryn Jean Lopez caught up with the author of

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.

Get Ready for Catholicism 2.0

George Weigel is one of the pre-eminent commentators on Catholicism today, and author of, among others, a bestselling biography of John Paul II. Weigel recently published Evangelical Catholicism: Deep Reform

Setting the World Ablaze

‘Lukewarm Catholicism has no future; submitting to the transforming fire of the Holy Spirit is no longer optional,” George Weigel writes in his new book, Evangelical Catholicism. We live in

Interview with George Weigel

John Zmirak of BadCatholics.com interviews EPPC Distinguished Senior Fellow George Weigel: I recently had the pleasure and privilege of working with George Weigel as editor of his new book: Practicing

Time Out with Professor George Weigel

One of your presentation topics was ‘The Leadership of John Paul II and the Lessons for Political History of the 21st Century’. What were your main points? I stressed that

"Radical Disciple"

As pilgrims converge on Rome for the beatification of Pope John Paul, Weigel is in the Eternal City, sharing his expertise on the third-longest papacy in the history of the