György Udvardy (14 May 1960–) is a Hungarian prelate of the Catholic Church who serves as the archbishop of the Archdiocese of Veszprém.
- Are our expectations related to Christmas, life and the holidays realistic? I don't think so. Just as society often thinks of joy superficially, without foundation and roots, so for many people, celebration does not mean the upliftment of the soul, but the intensification of the contradictions and pains that already exist. That is why we await the arrival of the Son of the merciful, that mercy may cure this tension, this difference.
- György Udvardy: Let us believe that God has taken responsibility for us (4 December 2017)