"The chasm between science and Catholic culture is a problem not only for Catholic scientists, but also for the wider Catholic community," writes Murray S. Daw, R.A. Bowen Professor of Physics at Clemson University and fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and the American Physical Society — Is Scientism Winning? "It is necessary that we Catholics realize that the solution can be found within the Church" [emphasis in original].
A debunking of a "particularly scurrilous urban legend of the day [that] involves Blessed John Henry Cardinal Newman and the particularities of his burial" — Cardinal Newman: The Urban Legend.
"When citizens are free to say what they want, they'll sometimes use that freedom to say some pretty silly things," and "while the proponents of these errors are free to promote them, we as Catholics have a duty to respond" — 12 Myths Every Catholic Should Be Able to Answer.
Labels: Science, Scientism, That's So Gay, The Catholic Faith