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Archbishop Charles J. Chaput Reflects on Pope Francis' Encyclical 'Laudato Si'
The First World War lingers in the memory as humanity's first encounter with industrialized killing on a mass scale. New weapons of the machine age obliterated forests, villages and fields - an entire way of life. This new type of war also deeply shaped the thinking of men who experienced it firsthand. Among them w...read more
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The World Federation of Catholic Medical Associations (FIAMC) is not associated with a German group that claims homeopathic treatments will cure homosexuality, a statement confirmed today. …read more
Here is the Vatican transcription of the 20-minute teleconference that took place Saturday between Benedict XVI and the crew aboard the International Space Station, on the occasion of the last …read more
This year, the John Templeton Foundation is honoring Martin Rees, a British cosmologist and astrophysicist. The annual Templeton Prize recognizes exceptional contributions to affirming life's …read more
Dr. Robert Edwards, IVF pioneer and recipient of the 2010 Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine, first fertilized a human egg in vitro (literally "in glass") in 1969. The embryo died after …read more
Though their relationship has not always been harmonious, faith and science are actually sisters, says the president of the Pontifical Council for Health Care Ministry. The two entities are …read more