• The Puritans Among Us

    Mary Eberstadt

    A new book shows that modern American social and political movements reflect a familiar yearning for personal redemption.

  • A Soul for All Seasons

    George Weigel

    Pope John Paul II, who will be canonized April 27, discerned possibilities when others saw only barriers.

  • EPPC’s Faith Angle Forum


    Audio recordings and transcripts from the most recent Faith Angle Forum—covering Pope Francis’s first year, the “disappearance” of sin, and the persistence of the culture wars—are now available.

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Schools Need Freeing from the Right as Well as the Left

The Spectator

“Free schools” in the U.K. seek to rescue students from the ideological conflicts that have undermined the real motive on which education depends.

Orthodoxy, State and Society

The Catholic Difference

The crisis in Ukraine just might lead to a historic revolution in Orthodox understandings of the right relationships among Church, state and society.

Pope Francis’s First Year

National Review Online

The pope “from the end of the earth” has shown a radical commitment to the Church’s evangelical mission.

Just War Revisited and Revitalized

The Catholic Difference

Nigel Biggar’s excellent new book, In Defense of War (Oxford University Press), ought especially to be read by those who are appalled by its title.

Slow-Motion Anschluss

National Review Online

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, and the propaganda accompanying it, are the latest iterations of old totalitarian tactics.