What is it Like Being Catholic and a Scientist?

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This August 2020 article by Ray Cavanaugh, published in Aleteia, features two Catholic scientists, Kate Bulinski of Bellarmine University and Stephen Barr of the University of Delaware, who discuss what it is like to be Catholic and a scientist.

Barr advises any aspiring young Catholic scientists to “not be afraid to go into science” because of their beliefs. “You will not be alone!”  Bulinski echoes this sentiment, saying it is “perfectly possible to thrive as a Catholic scientist, and while we may not always be the most vocal about our faith identities, we are out there.”

Click here to access this article from Aleteia.

 

 

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