Without going back to the days of Galileo, I believe in modern times, Catholics have had far less difficulty with the biblical creation stories and science than fundamentalist Christians. Even before the beginnings of modern Catholic biblical criticism under Pope Pius XII and his 1943 encyclical, Divino Afflante Spiritu, most Catholics were comfortable with some form of harmonizing problematic passages.
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- Editorial: Take Amoris Laetitia's challenge seriously
- Nondiscrimination laws merit church support
- Mercy turns the world upside down
- Special Section (in print only): Summer Books
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by Mariam Williams At the Intersection
by Michael Sean Winters Distinctly Catholic