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Are All Great Scientists Atheists? – Bob Kurland, Catholic Lane

Letters to Pegleg 2015 - Judith Costello, Catholic Stand

To Fight Obesity, Let’s Call Gluttony What it Is: A Disease of the Soul - Zac Alstin, Aleteia∝

How to Prove that Transcendentalism Is True - Peter Kreeft PhD, Strange Notions

Is it Harmful to Focus on the Devil? – Philip Kosloski, Put on the Armor of God

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Holy War Against Common Sense: Russia vs. The West – Mykhailo Cherenkov, The CWR Blog

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Anonymous, “God the Geometer,” ca. 1220

29 Great Catholic Mathematicians You Should Know

“It seems to me almost incredible,” said Pope Benedict XVI in 2006, “that an invention of the human mind and the structure of the universe coincide. Mathematics, which we invented, really gives us access to the nature of the universe and makes it possible for us to use it.”