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I don’t know if anyone else has noticed a seemingly profound, but ultimately silly discussion which is prevalent within popular culture. It’s called the Fermi Paradox and it goes like this: “There are billions of stars out there like the sun. Therefore, statistically there must be billions of planets like earth ...read more
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A new edition of the investigations into the Galileo case has been released by the Vatican Secret Archives. The volume, "I ducomenti vaticani del processo di Galileo Galilei” (Vatican …read more
A renovated convent in Albano, Italy, is the new home of the Vatican Observatory -- a change that will give the Jesuits who work there better living and working space, and better accommodate …read more
The Vatican Secret Archives will publish a new edition of the documents regarding the Galileo case as part of the celebrations marking this International Year of Astronomy. The volume is …read more
There is a fundamental dialogue between faith and reason, and an international conference on Galileo can serve to prove it, according to the archbishop of Florence. Archbishop Giuseppe Betori …read more
The chairman of the U.S. bishops' Committee on Pro-Life Activities is affirming that suffering patients deserve an ethical remedy, more than what embryonic stem cell research promises. …read more