Wednesday, November 12, 2014

The Church and Science

I heard a great interview on NPR's Here and Now program the other day about Guy Consolmagno, a Vatican astronomer that received the Carl Sagan Medal. Dr. Consolmagno is a Jesuit that planned on teaching at a Jesuit college but instead was sent Vatican City initially and now works for at of the Church's observatories. The interview covered topics in religion and science and was very thought provoking for me. Here's a link to the story which includes the audio: