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We've created Catholic scientist posters to hang in your home, parish, or classroom. These posters feature famous luminaries Fr. Georges Lemaître (formulator of the Big Bang theory), Fr. Gregor Mendel (father of modern genetics), and Sr. Mary Kenneth Keller (pioneer of computer science.)

We've created Catholic scientist posters to hang in your home, parish, or classroom. These posters feature famous luminaries Fr. Georges Lemaître (formulator of the Big Bang theory), Fr. Gregor Mendel (father of modern genetics), and Sr. Mary Kenneth Keller (pioneer of computer science.)
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About These Important Catholic Scientists...

Fr. Georges Lemaître

Formulator of the "Big Bang" Theory, Belgian Priest

Fr. Georges Lemaître was a Belgian Catholic priest, astronomer, and physicist. Lemaître formulated the "Big Bang" theory of the origin of the universe, which he called his "hypothesis of the primeval atom" or the "Cosmic Egg." This theory was endorsed by Albert Einstein in 1931 and remains the prevailing cosmological model of the universe today.

Sr. Mary Kenneth Keller

Pioneer of Computer Science, Sister of Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Sr. Mary Kenneth Keller was a Catholic religious sister, educator, and pioneer in computer science. She was the first woman to earn a Ph.D. in computer science in the United States and was an advocate for the involvement of women in computing. In 1958 Keller began working at Dartmouth College where she participated in the development of the BASIC programming language. 

Fr. Gregor Mendel

Father of Modern Genetics, Augustinian Friar

Fr. Gregor Mendel was an Augustinian friar and abbot and the father of the modern science of genetics. Mendel's experiments between 1856 and 1863 established many of the rules of heredity. He coined the terms "recessive" and "dominant" in reference to certain traits, and also demonstrated the actions of invisible "factors" (now called genes) in predictably determining the traits of an organism.
Bishop Barron On Faith & Science...
Is religion opposed to science? Many people think so.

Among young people, especially, many now believe you must embrace either faith or science, but not both.

It's time to burst that myth. It's time to set the record straight.

In Catholicism, there is a longstanding tradition of science and religion operating in unison, lifting humanity toward the truth like two wings of a bird.

These new posters feature Catholic scientists who exemplified this unity between faith and science, showing the two are not opposed, but rather complementary.