Faith & Reason

The Vow of Unknowing

By Rob Marco, 1P5, December 18, 2020 In 1968, a Stanford biologist named Paul Ehrlich wrote a best-seller entitled, “The Population Bomb.” The premise: We have surpassed the ability of the earth to sustain life on Earth with our current rate of population growth. Ehrlich predicted that by... read more

TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL ONLY IN STATE SELECTED FOR UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME SEMINAR

THAT ENCOURAGES ‘DIALOGUE BETWEEN SCIENCE AND RELIGION IN CATHOLIC EDUCATION’ The all-girls high school was one of 20 schools in the country chosen by the prestigious university to learn teaching methods which challenge the idea that science and Catholicism are in conflict. Trinity High... read more

Coronavirus Stalks in the Darkness, But Do Not Be Afraid

Msgr. Charles Pope Blog, July 18, 2020 I write this from my perspective as a priest responsible for the care of souls; I do not claim to be a medical expert. My pastoral concern is that we as a nation and as a Church have succumbed to excessive fear, which bespeaks a spiritual problem. The... read more

‘Christian’ Atheists?

A Faith Too Good to Be False By John Stonestreet with Shane Morris, February 18, 2020 Last week, actor John Rhys-Davies, best known for playing the dwarf Gimli in “The Lord of the Rings” films, gave a strong defense for Christianity. Speaking to the Christian Post from the red carpet... read more
Father George Coyne

George Coyne, astronomer priest who helped establish Mount Graham observatory, dies at 87

By John D'Anna, The Republic, February 16, 2020 As a scholar, he once told a colleague that without "good science" as a foundation, all of his work would amount to nothing. As a priest, he believed not only that faith and reason were not mutually exclusive, but that they enhanced each other.... read more