Daily Archives: 15 July 2014

Good Guy Awarded

… and not just because he’s an astronomer and/or a Jesuit. Guy Consolmagno SJ, coordinator for public relations at the Vatican Observatory scored the Carl Sagan Medal. From the awarders: (He) has become the voice of the juxtaposition of planetary science and astronomy with … Continue reading

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Reconciliation Lectionary: James 3:1-12

The Reconciliation Lectionary gives four passages from the Letter of James, and this post reviews one of the two lengthy offerings. To whom much is given … Not many of you should become teachers, my brothers and sisters, for you … Continue reading

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EG 242-243: Dialogue Between Faith, Reason, And Science

Evangelii Gaudium looks at the “Dialogue between faith, reason and science.” It will be just these two sections. Instead of the adversarial approach between religion and science so often celebrated in our culture, Pope Francis suggests we look at a synthesis … Continue reading

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