Highlighting New Evangelizers: The Catholic Laboratory

Highlighting New Evangelizers: The Catholic Laboratory

There are many things I love about being Catholic, and one of the big things is how scientific the Catholic Church is…and how Catholic science is.

Look no further than the Catholic Laboratory, a website that deals with all aspects of the intersection of faith and science. Owner Ian Maxfield has been tackling it for nearly three years, and as a fan since episode 1, I can say it keeps getting more interesting and better!

Listen to any one of the 110-plus episodes of his podcast and you’ll find history, science, news, and, best of all, jokes! Follow the Facebook fan page and you’ll get a daily update that’s sure to fascinate, interest, and maybe even amuse. Check out the resources for a delightful rabbit trail adventure.

The most recent series are Year of Faith highlights and Biblical archaeology  But don’t take my word for it. Tune in for yourself and see how much you enjoy it!

Copyright © 2013, Sarah Reinhard

Sarah Reinhard

Sarah Reinhard

Sarah Reinhard continues to be shocked and delighted that her life as a grown-up involve horses, writing, and sparkly dress shoes. In her work in the New Evangelization as a Catholic wife, mom, writer, parish employee, and catechist, she’s learned a lot of lessons, had a lot of laughs, and consumed mass amounts of coffee. She’s online at SnoringScholar.com and CatholicMom.com, and is the author of a number of books.

2 responses to “Highlighting New Evangelizers: The Catholic Laboratory”

  1. Celeste Behe says:

    Thank you for sharing this, Sarah! My son Leo is convinced that science and faith are inherently antagonistic. I’m sure that the Catholic Laboratory will provide some solid material to help me counter Leo’s arguments.

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