In he entered the Society of Jesus , and took vows as a brother in On entry into the order, he was assigned as an astronomer to the Vatican Observatory , where he also serves as curator of the Vatican Meteorite collection , a position he has held since then. In addition to his continuing professional work in planetary science, he has also studied philosophy and theology. His research is centered on the connections between meteorites and asteroids , and the origin and evolution of small bodies in the solar system. In addition to over 40 refereed scientific papers, he has co-authored several books on astronomy for the popular market, which have been translated into multiple languages. He believes in the need for science and religion to work alongside one another rather than as competing ideologies.
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Guy Consolmagno, SJ Can one find physics in the pews? This informal look at the physics of light, written for the point of view of a church-goer, uses a minimum of equations and too many bad jokes! This booklet contains introductory remarks and abstracts of their presentations. Guy Consolmagno, SJ Originally published by the Catholic Truth Society in London, and long out of print, this pamphlet outlines what we know about the search for intelligent life, both how we search and why we search, and what it can mean for Catholics and our understanding of our faith.
Seeking the Face of God: The Lives and Discoveries of Catholic Scientists Crafted as a dialogue between friends and respected colleagues, this audio series plays out in miniature the more encompassing dialogue between faith and science that Drs. Guy Consolmagno, S. This course will give you a deeper appreciation of the sky and our ever-growing understanding of astronomy. Your guide for this journey through the cosmos is Dr. Meaning: Exploring the Big Questions of the Cosmos with a Vatican Scientist Explore the big questions of science and religion with a Jesuit astronomer.
As you ponder the hows and whys of the universe, you will gain a fresher and richer understanding of the world. Begin this awe-inspiring journey today. Galileo: Science, Faith, and the Catholic Church Galileo is a touchstone in debates about science and religion, but our preconceptions inevitably color the way we see the issues. In this course, you will explore the historical context and implications of the Galileo affair—the events that culminated in his condemnation by the Roman Catholic Church.
By spending time with Galileo and his story, you will be able to better understand similar conflicts in our society today. Bundles Dr. Robert Lawrence Kuhn, Ph. Guy Consolmagno S. Salmon, S. Harvey D. Egan, S. David J. Collins, S. Dawn M.
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