Today’s featured entry from the Vatican Observatory Faith and Science pages:
“Galileo’s Sons, a film about the Vatican Observatory” (CLICK HERE for it)
A 2004 film on the Vatican Observatory. A large part of the film is dedicated to interviews with alumni of the Vatican Observatory Summer Schools; these students reflect on their own thoughts about science and religion and their experience spending four weeks with the Vatican astronomers (CLICK HERE to continue).
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