List of Gold Masses in November 2020

Several Gold Masses are being celebrated this November.  Becaue of COVID, they are being held with social distancing and several are being livestreamed or zoomed.  Some have opted to celebrate them in the Spring semester.

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SCS "Steno Lecture" on Extraterrestrial Life (November 14)

November 14, Saturday, at 1:30 PM US Eastern time: Free zoom lecture and webinar on “Extraterrestrial Life: The Science and the Theology.”   

Might Extraterrestrial life exist? Where? How would we search for it? (Do we already have evidence of it?)  Could such life have human-level intelligence? If Extraterrestrial intelligent life (or “ETI” life) exists, what would be its theological implications?

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Recent Books by SCS Members

SCS Board member Maureen L. Condic has a book out on human twinning. SCS Scholar Associate Kenneth W. Kemp has a book on the supposed "war" between Science and Religion. SCS Scholar Associate Gerard Verschuuren has a book on how science points to God. SCS member Chih-Pei Chang is editor of a forthcoming volume on extreme weather and climate.

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Five Exciting New Things from SCS this Fall!

Coming soon:  answers to "Common Questions" about the Catholic faith and science given on the SCS website, "College Chapters" of SCS,  an SCS Speakers Program, Zoom Lectures on faith and science., and new website Articles.  Click on picture for more details.

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Update on 3rd SCS conference (June 7-9): Full Program, Schedule, Speakers, Registration Deadline

We are looking forward to an exciting conference. The theme is "What does imean to be human?" and there will be talks by experts on everything from Neanderthals to genetic engineering,  Here are the full Program and ScheduleWe have an exciting lineup of speakers. Here are brief Biographies of all the speakers. And here one can find general information about the conference.  The registration deadline is May 15.

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