Loving Creation: A Pentecost Homily
A priest-theologian-biologist reflects on how God loves of Creation and we should.Read More
A priest-theologian-biologist reflects on how God loves of Creation and we should.
Are there “laws of physics” in heaven?
Franciscan priest and former biochemist tells how his philosophical journey started with the question “What is a human being?”
The remarkable story of the Jesuit astronomers in China.
A priest-scientist who was an early champion of evolution.
Reports that neuroscience has disproved free will are mistaken.
Dorothy Garrod crossed many boundaries: a pioneer scientist and Catholic convert.
Many features of the fundamental laws of physics seem to be “just right” to make life possible.
Prof. Kemp gives an overview of the history of Catholic evolutionist thinking and the Church’s reception of it.
A republication of a 1946 article by Physics Nobel Prize winner Victor F. Hess, in which he discusses his Catholic faith.
A historian expains how the concept of “laws of nature” has roots in Christian belief.
A Catholic scientist explains how scientific work can be a training ground for a life of faith.