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Care for Creation and Contemplation of Creation – Deepening these New (Old) Works of Mercy — 2 Comments

  1. Dear Fr. Kurzynski,

    That was a wonderful post and a very good YouTube video. I can’t agree with you more about how Genesis points to the amazing creation of the stars. Abraham, not being able to see the stars as its still daytime, earns that title of Father of Faith because while he can’t yet see the skies he believes. The creation we have been given to explore by science and reason never distracts from our faith in a God who loves us. I am saddened when those who only believe in what they see and can measure discount faith and belief. I hope that with more dialogue by you and others we can overcome this narrow minded argument. Thanks for all you do as both a priest and scientist. Especially as an astronomer!

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