Thomas D. Williams, Ph.D.

Thomas D. Williams, Ph.D.

Professor of ethics, degrees in economics, philosophy and theology. Amateur mixologist and certified Sommelier. Breitbart Rome Bureau Chief.
BUCHAREST, ROMANIA - DECEMBER 05: A homelss street child prays at an Orthodox church December 5, 2006 in Bucharest, Romania. Romania, a country of over 21 million people that is set to join the European Union on the first of the year, still struggles with widespread poverty. Approximately 25% of …

Pew: Romania Is Now Most Religious Country in Europe

Europe is renowned for the abandonment of its Christian heritage but within the continent there is a wide diversity of religious practice, the Pew Research Center revealed Wednesday.

Pope Francis shakes hands with European Parliament President Antonio Tajani during a conference of EU politicians on Re-thinking Europe, at the Vatican, Saturday, Oct. 28, 2017. Addressing European political and church leaders at a moment of broad political crises, Pope Francis said Christians can play a role in shaping Europe’s …

Despite Scandals, Vatican Welcomed into European Financial System

The Board of the European Payments Council (EPC) has approved the extension of the geographical scope of the Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA) to include Vatican City State and the Holy See, interpreted by observers as a seal of approval on Vatican financial reforms.

Catholic rosary beads in hand

Leading Bishop Says Catholics Are ‘Anti-Socialists’

One of America’s most popular and influential Catholic bishops told the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) Friday that the Catholic Church has nothing in common with socialism but supports a “vigorous market economy.”

ROME, ITALY - 2015/11/29: Thousands of citizens and environmental activists take part in the 'Global Climate March' to call for tougher action to tackle climate change in Rome. The awareness event took place ahead of the 21st Session of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention …

U.N. Urges ‘Unprecedented and Urgent Action’ to Stop Climate Change

In its “Emissions Gap Report 2018,” the United Nations (U.N.) declared Tuesday that total annual greenhouse gases emissions reached a record high in 2017 and that “more ambitious” measures are needed by 2020 to keep global warming below established goals.