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Groundbreaking Scientific Achievements of Catholic Scientists

A lot of people think the Church is ascientific—but it’s actually quite the opposite. In fact, some of the greatest scientific achievements of all time are directly owed to the Catholic Church

On this episode of The Catholic Talk Show, the guys discuss some groundbreaking scientific achievements and contributions of the Catholic Church.


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3 comments on Groundbreaking Scientific Achievements of Catholic Scientists

  1. Wow! The best show yet. I love the topics that you have chosen. I am learning so much and I thank you. The show is both entertaining and informative. Keep up the great work.

  2. Charmaine Schrader says:

    Loved the topic Groundbreaking Scientific Achievements of Catholic Scientists. So relevant now thank you

  3. Richard Bauman says:

    You folks missed one of the most important priest scientist of the 20th century. Father Julius Arthur Nieuwland, C.S.C., made one of the most important chemical discoveries of the 20th century. He invented neoprene, the first commercially successful synthetic rubber. It’s a product still in use today. The royalties from his patents were turned over to the University of Notre Dame.

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