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Wayfarers in the Cosmos: The Human Quest for Meaning

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With the embarrassing Galileo condemnation far, far behind them, the time is ripe for a book by Vatican officials about how the Official Church sees the staggering developments in modern astronomy. Coyne and Omizzolo take readers through the history of human understandings of heavens to arrive at a deep understanding of what many secular physicists are themselves saying ab ...more
Paperback, 184 pages
Published December 1st 2002 by The Crossroad Publishing Company
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Fr. Coyne joined the Jesuit order in 1951.

He obtained his B.S. in mathematics and Licentiate in Philosophy from Fordham University 1958, and earned a PhD in Astronomy in 1962 from Georgetown University. Lastly, he earned a Licentiate in Sacred Theology (STL) from Woodstock College in 1965 and was ordained a Roman Catholic priest.

He conducted astronomical research at Harvard University and the Luna
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