George Weigel is Senior Fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center and author of Witness to Hope: The Biography of Pope John Paul II.
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Relevant Articles / Interviews
- Europe and America: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow The Wriston Lecture -- The Manhattan Institute. November 7, 2006.
- From Centesimus Annus to Deus Caritas Est: The Free and Virtuous Society of the 21st Century On December 12, the Acton Institute hosted a conference at Rome's Pontifical Gregorian University on the relationship of Pope John Paul II's 1991 social encyclical, Centesimus Annus, to Pope Benedict XVI's inaugural encyclical, Deus Caritas Est.
- The Blessings of Charity: A papal challenge to conventional wisdom - on Deus Caritas Est. Philanthropy Magazine March 1, 2006.
- Religious Conviction and Democratic Etiquette. Comments at the Thomas More Institute, London. Thursday, May 20, 2004.
- The Free and Virtuous Society: Catholic Social Doctrine in the Twenty-First Century. The fourth annual Tyburn Lecture at Tyburn Convent, Marble Arch, London. May 19, 2004.
- World Order: What Catholics Forgot. First Things 143 (May 2004): 31-38.
- Europe's Problem: And Ours. First Things 140 (February 2004): 18-25.
- A Better Concept of Freedom. First Things 121 March 2002): 14-20.
- Papacy & Power. First Things 110 (February 2001): 18-25.
- The Moral Foundations of Freedom. Acton Lecture on Religion & Liberty. October 23, 2000.
- John Paul II and the Priority of Culture. First Things 80 (February 1998): 19-25.
- The Catholic Human Rights Revolution Crisis July/August 1996.
- Faith - Essential Ingredient of Democratic Capitalism. Interview with George Weigel. Religion & Liberty. The Acton Institute. March-April 1996.
- Christian Conviction & Democratic Etiquette. First Things 41 (March 1994): 28-35.
- Is America Bourgeois? Crisis October 1, 1986.
- Is America Bourgeois?, by David Schindler. Communio 14.3 (1987): 262-90.
- The Dialogue Between Catholic "Neoconservatives " and Catholic "Cultural Radicals ": Toward a New Horizon, by Mark Lowery.