Gold Mass for Scientists
On November 15th we celebrate the Feast of St. Albert the Great, who was a teacher of St. Thomas Aquinas, a natural scientist and pioneer of the scientific method, and patron of scientists. The Society of Catholic Scientists will host the annual Gold Mass for Scientists at St. Joseph’s Church in Greenwich Village, at 7pm on November 15th. It will be followed by a lecture from Fr. Ambrose Little, of the Dominican House of Studies and Thomistic Institute, on Demonstration and Certainty in Thomistic Philosophy of Nature.
This Gold Mass and lecture is recommended for all those who work in medicine, where we benefit so greatly from the advances of modern science, and especially to medical scientists and researchers. May it be a help to us all in the search to unite our work of natural reason with our life of supernatural faith, and may we find encouragement in this community of Catholic scientists!