‘Why does the Vatican have an observatory? Aren’t there more important things to do than look at the stars?’ Guy Consolmagno SJ explains how he encounters God in his studies.
Br Guy Consolmagno SJ of the Vatican Observatory explains that the life of Pietro Cardinal Maffi, a former Archbishop of Pisa, was an example of the deep union of science and religion.
A Vatican astronomer presents various theories about the Star of Bethlehem - but should we be preoccupied with calculations and planetary conjunctions?
Science tells us that the Universe is expanding, that the Sun will eventually burn out, and that our world will inevitably end in a cold nothingness. Vatican astronomer, Guy Consolmagno SJ, examines this prospect, and its implications for our belief in eternal life.
When you hear of a natural disaster that claims thousands of victims, you can hardly be blamed for asking why. Jesuit astronomer, Guy Consolmagno, explores our ambivalent relationship with nature-in-the-raw in the third of his series for Thinking Faith.
In the second of his series of articles, Vatican astronomer, Guy Consolmagno SJ, traces how our understanding of the Universe has developed over the centuries, and the place of God both in this Universe and in this understanding.
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