Category Archives: Science

St. Albert the Great

Theologian. Scientist. Philosopher. Teacher of St. Thomas Aquinas. Excerpt from the New Theological Movement: “It is a very common mistake, even in Catholic academia, to give the title of Doctor Universalisto St. Thomas Aquinas – I have seen this not … Continue reading

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Creation reflects the Holy Trinity

The Church teaches that we can know something about God from Creation. Pope Benedict has often said that the Mystery of the Holy Trinity is reflected in nature: “The “name” of the Blessed Trinity is, in a certain sense, imprinted … Continue reading

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Is There Something Wrong With the Scientific Method?

Some atheists assert that they do not believe anything that cannot be observed, experienced, and proven by the scientific method.  Since you can not observe God or verify His existence by means of the scientific method, God does not exist. … Continue reading

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Einstein Was Right, You Can Bilocate

The UK newspaper, The Independent, asserts that Eisntein was right, you can be in two places at once. “A device that exists in two different states at the same time, and coincidentally proves that Albert Einstein was right when he … Continue reading

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Critical Thinking: Catholics and Evolution

Monsignor Pope discusses the question,  Can a Catholic Accept Evolutionary  Theory Uncritically? “Hence, a Catholic ought to be very careful to avoid an uncritical acceptance of the Theory of Evolution.  An old maxim comes to mind: Seldom Affirm, never deny, … Continue reading

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Flights of Fancy

As I wrote about here My Dad is a retired aerospace engineer. He worked on the first mission to Mars the Viking Lander to Mars. Consequently, I have a fascination with NASA and all things related to the cosmos. … Continue reading

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