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Global Affairs

Panel Discussion: “Faith and Freedom: A Lithuanian Perspective”

This webinar will contribute to this commemoration of “The Chronicle of the Catholic Church in Lithuania,” the longest-running and best-known underground periodical in the...

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Science and Technology

Our Universe Revealed: Physics for Everyone, “The Most Beautiful Theory…..So Far”

Science and its theories can provide clues to the fundamentals of the Universe and questions including, “What are we made of?” Starting from the general ideas of ancient time...

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Science and Technology

Our Universe Revealed: Physics for Everyone “A Galactic Archaeological Road Trip with the Keck Observatory Telescopes”

The Keck telescopes have taken astronomers to the most remote neighborhoods of our galaxy, peppered with mini-galaxies-within-a-galaxy that are sparsely populated with just...

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Science and Technology

2021 Domer Dozen Honoree: Marissa Koscielski ’17, ’18 M.S.

Marissa Koscielski ’17, ’18 M.S. was recognized as a 2021 Domer Dozen honoree for challenging the status quo to improve mobility care. Koscielski spoke on campus at “My...

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Science and Technology

On “The State of Science” (Part 2)

For the second episode in a row, we’re turning things over to a guest host for a conversation with Holden Thorp, editor-in-chief of the Science family of journals. Talking with...

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Science and Technology

How the Sciences Train you for Faith with Sofia Carozza, Part 2

Leonard DeLorenzo for Church Life Today welcomes Sofia Carozza talk about the relationship between faith and science. and how a “catholic scientist” can reconcile the two...

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Science and Technology

On Good Science and Ignoring the Noise

Timothy Caulfield is a faculty member at the University of Alberta, where he is a Canada Research Chair in Health Law and Policy, a professor in the Faculty of Law and the School...

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Science and Technology

On Mosquito-Borne Diseases and Spatial Repellents

Nicole Achee is a research professor of biological sciences at Notre Dame with a joint appointment in the University’s Eck Institute for Global Health. A medical entomologist,...

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Religion and Philosophy

Episode 15: Science and Scripture

Join us as today’s guest, Professor Emeritus Stephen Barr, delves into particle physics and materialist cosmology to discuss whether science has made scripture obsolete.

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Ghost Tracks

As a kid growing up in northern Illinois, I wasn’t the sort who was overly concerned with supernatural phenomena. My imagination ran more along the lines of Casper the Friendly...

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Health and Society

Things That Go Bump in the Night

I will never forget the scariest ghost story I ever heard. I attended summer camp in Nova Scotia, on a crescent-shaped promontory overlooking the Bay of Fundy. Then and now, this...

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