Here we highlight just a few of the many scientists whose belief in God helped them understand nature and gave them confidence to pursue scientific truth.
This essay, the second in the series, is about the holy quest or pilgrimage. I will divide this essay into three sections: Roads, Gateways and Lodestars.
Fr. Angelo Secchi, SJ a pioneer in the field of astrophysics. He wrote that 'even scientific intelligence is one of the gifts of the Holy Spirit.'
Blessed Nikolas Steno was not only the father of modern geology, but also a faithful Catholic. His love of science only enhanced his belief in God.
The Vatican Observatory has just launched a brand new website, podcast, and online store. Here are the links!
In case you missed it Father Spitzer provided a great overview of his new book, Escape From Evil’s Darkness on the Drew Mariani Show. He also recently spoke with Katie McGrady on her show about why his new trilogy is so needed, the importance of prayer and church community, and what’s coming in volume three.
Are there any ways of verifying Jesus’ resurrection? Exegetes like N.T. Wright and Gary Habermas have found 5 historical ways of proving the resurrection.
If the Resurrection did actually happen, that event must be viewed as the most important event in human history. There’s really no middle ground here.
The Archdiocese of Turin livestreamed a veneration of the Shroud of Turin. Turin Archbishop organized the livestream in response to thousands of requests.
Kant and Newman believed you could prove the existence of God through our awareness of the conscience. Here are some quotes that explain their arguments.