- Jan 27, 2020
The Archdiocese of Indianapolis held its first-ever Gold Mass Nov. 15 in the chapel of SS. Peter and Paul Cathedral, with about 25 Catholics working in science, engineering, technology and math participating.
In 2014, a science project sparked the compassion of a 10-year-old girl from Colorado. So, she set out on a walk that would change the lives of an entire town of people in Kenya.
Jesuit Father Richard D’Souza is an up and coming astronomer who will work at the Vatican Observatory.
With the reality of evil being among the most pondered questions of all time and no clear answer, scientists and clergy joined together in Rome this week to reflect on whether there are “good” and “bad” brains, and how the science intersects with faith.
There are few places University of Delaware physicist Stephen Barr would rather be than in a roomful of 100 or so of his science colleagues discussing quantum mechanics without having to confront the oft-perceived divide between science and religion.