Thirty-five craters on the moon are named for Jesuit scientists and mathematicians. – Thomas E. Woods Jr.
The father of Egyptology was Father Athanasius Kircher. – Thomas E. Woods Jr.
Father Roger Boscovich is often credited as the father of modern atomic theory. – Thomas E. Woods Jr.
The exaltation of human reason and its capabilities, a commitment to rigorous and rational debate, a promotion of intellectual inquiry and scholarly exchange–all sponsored by the Church–provided the framework for the Scientific Revolution. – Thomas E. Woods Jr.