"To Christopher Corbally, science and religion do not conflict. Period.
He holds degrees in physics and astronomy. He has studied the structure of galaxies, classified stars, worked as a vice director at a famous observatory and been an active member of international astronomy associations. And he is a Roman Catholic priest.
"If through scientific method we find out about the truth in the universe, then that truth, the source of that truth, is the creator," the Rev. Christopher Corbally says in his UA office.
Two colorful images of stars decorate an office wall. A book titled Evolution sits next to his computer.
"You might find apparent conflict, in which case the questions get interesting," he says comfortably. "But fundamentally, there's not going to be."
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Man of Science, Man of Faith | Currents Feature | Tucson Weekly