Articles on this issue "cosmos"
Benedict XVI sent his greetings to some 100 scientists from 26 countries gathered for the 36th Erice International Seminar on Planetary Emergencies in Sicily. In a telegram signed by the …read more
Here is a translation of John Paul II's address at today's general audience, which he dedicated to comment on a hymn in the first chapter of the Letter to the Colossians. * * * 1. We have …read more
The planet's emergencies, such as climactic changes, the risk of new epidemics, and the shortage of drinking water, call for a new relation between science, ethics and faith, says a scientist. …read more
The president of the Pontifical Council "Cor Unum" has come out with a new book that emphasizes biblical revelation as a key means of overcoming the crisis of fatherhood. Archbishop Paul Josef …read more
Animals are now as important as people, it seems, and to some even more valuable. A number of recent examples point out the disproportionate importance given to animals. In England, the …read more
Scientific studies on the possibility of intelligent life on other planets is not against the Christian faith, says the director of the Vatican Astronomic Observatory. Speaking in his own …read more
The first court case against the Order of the Solar Temple sect opened here with just one accused: French-Swiss orchestra conductor Michel Tabachnik. Between 1994 and 1997, 74 adherents of …read more