Today’s featured entry from the Vatican Observatory Faith and Science pages:
“Astronomy and the Catholic Church – Stanley L. Jaki” (click here for it)
An article by Fr. Stanley L. Jaki for History of Astronomy: An Encyclopedia edited by John Lankford and published in 1996 by Routledge. Routledge describes the book as an encyclopedia that “traces the history of the oldest science from the ancient world to the space age in over 300 entries by leading experts”. [click here to continue]
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