According to the report, two non religious parents pass on their lack of religion, while religious parents have a 50:50 chance of passing on their beliefs.
Sr Nora McNamara and Professor Stephen Morse have produced a book “about advocacy and food security and minding our planet. We are telling that story through the yam, which was an endangered crop”.
“People of faith cannot escape, nor should we want to escape, the expansion of perspective on the cosmos that he has given us."
“Human beings that are vulnerable and unable to consent should not be exposed to research which involves significant risk to themselves,” says Chairman of Irish bishops’ consultative group on bioethics.
Priests ordained for Armagh, Cashel & Emly, Clogher and Cloyne.
Three years would give people an opportunity to address Laudato Si’s recommendations in the local church in the first year, nationally in the second year and globally in the third year.
"God created human beings and let them develop according to the internal laws that He gave to each one so they would reach fulfilment.”
Vatican spokesman discusses notorious trial of Pisan scientist.
Two-day seminar led by Jesuit to discuss science, Dark Energy and God.
Papal message addressed to prominent Italian non-believer.
Christian scientist sees Holy Spirit at work in creative evolution
On 27 June in the Holy See Press Office, there was a presentation of the agreement between Vatican Television and Canal 21 (the television channel of the Archdiocese of Buenos Aires, Argentina) as well as of the new Master Control Room that will make digital archiving possible.
A former Director of Public Prosecutions has asserted that the Protection of Life During Pregnancy Bill 2013 may be inconsistent with the Constitutional clause which recognises the right to life of the unborn and the equal right to life of the mother and promises to “defend and vindicate that [...]
William Reville describes how scientific consideration raises certain questions about our philosophical understanding of the meaning and purpose of the world.
Rev Dr Brendan Purcell explores ‘the Big Mystery’ of human origins and reflects on the Eucharist and its place at the heart of cosmic, evolutionary and human history.
Can a scientist believe in God? Chris Moss, Jesuit priest and astronomer, says yes. From the very beginning, some might say, Chris Moss’ future was ‘in the stars’. Growing up in Preston, the only town in England with its own research observatory, he rubbed shoulders with astronomers before he even [...]