The Vatican invited to visit leading scientists, to discuss the cosmology
Time passes, and people's attitudes are changing with it. Once for talking about the cosmos and the earth is round shaped you could be severely punished, but these days, against scientific evidence to go is becoming increasingly difficult. And it is well aware of the Vatican officials, especially after the Roman Catholic Church has recognized the reality of the Big Bang. Now before the clergy faces a difficult task: to strengthen the relationship between religion and science. That is why the Vatican had invited leading scientists who study astronomy and evolution of the universe.
Pope Francis hopes with light of world science to try to understand the essence of the Big Bang and to understand a number of interesting questions. Astrophysicists from around the world will gather at the Vatican Observatory to discuss black holes, gravitational waves and space-time singularity. The conference will last exactly one week and will be the first step of the Catholic Church to get closer to the world of science. Let us remind you that even in 2014, Pope Francis said that "God - not some kind of a magician with a magic wand", and the evolution and the Big Bang are very real. During the conference will have to honor the memory of the Belgian Catholic priest and astronomer Georges Lemaitre, who made a great contribution to the rapprochement between the church and science in the middle of the last century. Vatican Observatory founded by Pope Leo XIII in 1891 to correct the way people think about what the church is hostile to science.