science

Stanley Jaki, OSB, on Giordano Bruno

Father Stanley L. Jaki, OSB (1924-2009) was an Hungarian Benedictine priest and one of the most decorated and well-respected scientists of his generation. For more information on his life and works, please see: http://www.sljaki.com/. Below is an excerpt from Fr. Jaki on Giordano Bruno. The Road of Science and the Ways to God Stanley L. Jaki, OSB. The road of science and the ways to God. Edinburgh: Scottish Academic Press, 2005.

Reginald Garrigou-Langrange, OP, on extraterrestrial life

Quotation taken from: Reginald Garrigou-Lagrange. Christ the Savior: A Commentary on the Third Part of St. Thomas’ Theological Summa. United States: Herder Book Company, 1950. We may also say: 2. We do not know whether there are any other heavenly bodies suitable for human habitation, which are inhabited. On this point both the positive sciences and theology can offer only hypotheses. Therefore it is not on conjectural grounds that the testimony about the Incarnation must be rejected; namely, the testimony of Christ, of the apostles, of so many martyrs, of the Catholic Church must be rejected concerning the Incarnation.

Stanley Jaki, OSB, on Extraterrestrial Life

Father Stanley L. Jaki, OSB (1924-2009) was an Hungarian Benedictine priest and one of the most decorated and well-respected scientists of his generation. For more information on his life and works, please see: http://www.sljaki.com/. Below are two excerpts from Fr. Jaki on the likelihood of extraterrestrial life. Limits of a Limitless Science Stanley L. Jaki, OSB. “Extraterrestrials, or Better Be Moonstruck?” in: The limits of a limitless science: and other essays.