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The good folks here at Magis Center were gracious enough to suggest that I become a more regular contributor, so I’m looking forward to ..read more

Fr. George Coyne, SJ, passed away on February 14, 2020. He was an astrophysicist, a priest, the former director of the Vatican Observatory ..read more
The human brain is the most complex organ in existence. It is a largely uncharted frontier for scientists. And it is not like a computer. ..read more

Do faith and science operate in completely separate, non-overlapping realms? In the first of a series of articles for Thinking Faith, ..read more
The last week of January was a historic week for space news. Jan. 30 marked the end of the mission assigned to NASA’s Spitzer Space ..read more

New studies on animal learning, language, and the use of tools have created a firestorm of articles with the underlying theme that “ ..read more
Envy is resentment toward another person who appears to have a benefit or advantage that the resentful individual does not have. This ..read more

A frequent contributor to the Magis blog, Dr. Robert Kurland’s posts share his reflections on the intersection of faith and science from ..read more

What does the Catholic Church have to satisfy our longings? In this week’s Wednesday on the World, Fr. Robert Spitzer discusses four ..read more

[Feynman] “Do you know calculus?” [Wouk]”I admitted that I didn’t.” [Feynman]”You had better learn it…It’s the language ..read more

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