- Jan 18, 2020
Astronauts and astronomers discuss their emotions about their work 50 years after the first moon landing.
Jesuit Father Richard D’Souza is an up and coming astronomer who will work at the Vatican Observatory.
When people ask why the Vatican has an observatory, one Jesuit priest says it’s because it cannot afford a particle accelerator.
Scientists and people of faith always must admit they don’t know everything, and they must never be afraid to explore and discover more, Pope Francis told astronomy students and experts.
Jesuit Brother Guy Consolmagno is the Director of the Vatican Observatory, and spoke to Crux about the relationship between religion and science.
As the Easter vigil nears, when light grips the Catholic imagination, a Rome conference explores the artistic, poetic, philosophical and theological dimensions of light.