With roots dating back to the 16th century, the Vatican Observatory has participated in astronomical research for several centuries as they seek to advance the scientific understanding of our universe. Beyond their scientific research, the Observatory is a leader in public outreach.
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This website is perhaps the largest collection of creation care materials designed for the church. It includes articles, videos, music, prayers, and more designed to help with worship, sermons, Bible studies, and children’s ministry.
The Faraday Kids website features a user-friendly interface and age-sortable resources about all sorts of topics from “Space and the Big Bang” to “How Science Works” and “Robots and AI.”
The Faraday Institute for Science and Religion, located in Cambridge, England, conducts research and related seminars, offers courses that provide an overview of the science and religion landscape, hosts subject-specfic conferences, and invites interested audiences to lectures.