Science

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Sean Salai, S.J. December 03, 2018
‘I’ve always been fascinated with the unknown frontier: outer space, astronauts, black holes, planets and stars,’ Father Brown said.
Tomatoes and animals are one thing. Humans, though, are another.
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John W. Miller November 02, 2018
As Facebook, Apple and Google pour billions into artificial intelligence, ethicists and moral philosophers are racing to keep up, and Catholic thinkers are looking ahead to the possible harms to humanity.
Next year's March for Life plans to fortify its pro-life message with science that proves life begins at conception and with a specific focus on stem-cell research.
The Vatican Observatory plans on opening its unique space at the papal villa to the public starting in the summer 2019 with visits organized by the Vatican Museums.
James T. Keane August 09, 2018
Cixin Liu’s “Remembrance of Earth’s Past” trilogy, a series of science-fiction novels first published in China a decade ago, has been called “the Chinese Star Wars.”