“Our goal was to equip Catholics with historical and theological information they need to speak clearly and persuasively about the Catholic Church’s understanding of the relationship between faith and science,” said Evelyn P. Tucker, instructor of the course [‘When Faith and Science Meet: 2,000 Years of Catholic Science’ offered by The Paul VI Institute for Pastoral and Catechetical Studies].
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The course highlighted Catholic scientists from the 11th century on and discussed topics such as the Shroud of Turin, stigmatas, the appearances of the Blessed Mother at Lourdes and Fatima and how the Church has relied on science to study claims of miracles.
And speaking of science and faith, the Huffington Post as a good interview as part of its “Two Minutes of Wisdom" series with The Most Rev. Dr. Katharine Jefferts Schori, the Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church in the U.S. (Her PhD, BTW, is in Oceanography as a biologist).