Today’s featured entry from the Vatican Observatory Faith and Science pages:
“Spiritual Foundations for Jesuit Commitment to Science” (CLICK HERE for it)
A 2015 article by Fr. George Coyne, S. J, (Director of the Vatican Observatory from 1978 to 2006) and Fr. Agustin Udias, S. J., in which the authors argue that the presence of Jesuits in science has continued throughout their long history, and that the basic motivation for such work is to be found in Ignatian spirituality (CLICK HERE to continue).
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