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Is the Catholic Church rethinking its view of evolution?

By Marcella Bombardieri
Globe Staff / August 8, 2005

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An influential cardinal recently suggested that the contemporary understanding of evolution conflicts with Catholic beliefs, sparking fears that new tensions may develop between science and the Catholic Church at a time when the President and other Christians are also challenging the scientific establishment. (Full article: 1273 words)

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