Thursday, March 1, 2012

Brother 'playing in God's universe'

Vatican astronomer links religion and science in annual talk

The B.C. Catholic website has an article by Joanne Koslowski of the Praire Messenger on Vatican astronomer Brother Guy Gonsolmagno, SJ's lecture explaining the relationship of science and religion:

Vatican astronomer Brother Guy Consolmagno, SJ, delivered the 33rd annual Nash Memorial Lecture to a capacity crowd at Campion College Feb. 2.

A graduate of MIT and the University of Arizona, Consolmagno entered the Jesuits in 1989 and was appointed to the Vatican observatory in 1993, where he currently serves as the curator of the Vatican meteorite collection and director of Public Relations for the Vatican Observatory.

Read the full story at The B.C. Catholic website. Also check out the March 5th issue of The B.C. Catholic for coverage of Brother Consolmagno's trip through Vancouver.
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