- Feb 23, 2020
Gene Kranz, NASA flight director during the 1969 landing of the first man on the moon, spoke about faith and family to more than 1,000 attending the Galveston Houston Archdiocesan Prayer Breakfast July 30.
Jesuit Father Pedro Cartaya remembers shaking hands with astronaut Neil Armstrong.
Pope Francis is hoping that the 50th anniversary of the first moon walk inspires efforts to help our “common home” on Earth.
Jim O’Leary has spent the past 44 years looking up into the heavens — a space-age kid who grew up watching astronauts rocketing into the great beyond.
Did Apollo 11 mission make Archbishop William D. Borders bishop of the moon?
Jesuit brother Guy Consolmagno, planetary scientist and director of the Vatican observatory since 2015, says that a new “space rush” is encouraging but also poses ethical challenges.