In civilization after civilization, science has been ‘stillborn’ — but in Christendom, science has flourished and has brought achievements like the James Webb Space Telescope.
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When you look at Jupiter and its moons, think of the role that those dots of light have played in Church history
If you can ever see Jupiter’s largest moons without a telescope, Sept. 25-26 will be the night.
The discovery of astronomers Father Gabriele Gionti and Father Matteo Galaverni ‘could spark a revolution in our understanding of the early universe.’
‘In Lumine: Supporting the Catholic Intellectual Tradition on Campuses Nationwide’ will help refine on-campus offerings.
BOOK PICK: In the Beginning: A Catholic Scientist Explains How God Made Earth Our Home
Science has had a lot of success, but it has its limits — in fact, the scientific method cannot even be used to verify the scientific method.
The legs of science began to walk in Catholicism in the Middle Ages, allowed man to leap in 1969, and can carry us to new heights in the future.