Author: Fr. Robert A. Brungs, SJ

Article Abstract:

The author reflects on his 30 years of active involvement in the faith/science apostolate, stating that in the beginning he was convinced that “the real problem was the Church’s lack of knowledge and concern about what was happening in scientific laboratories of the world.” It became clear, however, over the years that the most important part of the science/faith apostolate is “evangelization by the laity and everything that implies.” He then goes on to develop his thoughts on the background, present condition, the dialogue and doctrinal considerations of the faith/science apostolate.

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