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George Weigel
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    (1951- )
    Born in Baltimore, Maryland
    American author specializing in books about matters involving public morality and the Catholic Church in the late 20th Century
    BA from Saint Mary's University in Baltimore and MA from the University of Saint Michael's College in Toronto and holds 18 honorary doctorates
    Publishes a weekly column, The Catholic Difference and writes for First Things, an ecumenical journal
    Has written over twenty books including; Tranquilitas Ordinis: The Present and Future Promise of American Catholic Thought on War and Peace (1987), American Interests, American Purpose: Moral Reasoning and US Foreign Policy (1989), Just War and the Gulf War (1991), Witness to Hope: The Biography of Pope John Paul II (1999), The Truth of Catholicism: Ten Controversies Explored (2001), Letters to a Young Catholic (2004), The Cube and the Cathedral: Europe, America, and the Politics Without God (2005), Faith, Reason, and The War Against Jihadism: A Call to Action (2007), Evangelical Catholicism: Deep Reform in the 21st Century Catholic Church
    Consultant on the Vatican for <12004>NBC
    His speaking and writing style is reminiscent of George Will's prissiness.
    He criticizes, dismisses, and even ridicules Saint Francis of Assisi.
    He really needs to get a new haircut.
    He is, on occasion very critical of Pope Francis, which is surprising since he presents himself as an orthodox Catholic.
    His book about Pope Benedict and his future effect on the Catholic Church was rendered moot/irrelevant/anachronistic by Benedict's early retirement.
    He rarely writes about anything outside his rather narrow field of interest; that being the Catholic Church in the late Twentieth Century.
    He is borderline brilliant!
    He is an exceptional writer and presents even relatively technical matters of morality, theology, and history in such an accessible way that you can almost see his mind at work.
    His historical wrings are respected even among ideological opponents.
    He's been married forever and has never had any type of scandal attached to his name.
    He's a conservative but excellent dresser.
    He keeps his private life, well private. Not even his exact birth date is public knowledge.

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