June 22, 2020

CNA Newsroom: Atom and Eve

By CNA Staff
A scientist examines the result of a plaque assay, which is a test that allows scientists to count how many flu virus particles (virions) are in a mixture. Credit: CDC via Unsplash.com.
A scientist examines the result of a plaque assay, which is a test that allows scientists to count how many flu virus particles (virions) are in a mixture. Credit: CDC via Unsplash.com.

This week on CNA Newsroom, we turn back to the coronavirus pandemic and a group of people we haven't yet talked a whole lot about: scientists. 

Dr. Francis Collins of the National Institutes of Health talks about the race to find a vaccine for COVID-19, and his Christian faith. 

Philosopher and author Christopher Kaczor explains why the myth that the Catholic Church opposes science is just that, a myth. 

Then, chemist Stacy Trasancos shares her conversion story. 

Listen below, or on your favorite podcast app. 

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