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He thought, it was a very special thing to be able to see without glasses even though wearing glasses. France is one of the countries that most appreciates Năstase; in 2009, the president Nicolas Sarkozy offered him the National Order of the Legion of Honour, the highest distinction offered by the French state.
My ability to objectively study the natural world is not hindered by being Catholic—it’s enhanced!
Servant of God Takashi Nagai (1908-1951) was a married Japanese doctor and convert from Shintoism and atheistic nihilism. He published around 40 articles in respected mathematical journals over the course of his career. It was invented … Continue reading "16 Scientist …
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Ana Aslan was a famous Romanian scientist, who has founded the world’s first Institute of Geriatrics. The birth of the Theory of Sonics can be considered the publication of the book 'A treatise on transmission of power by vibrations' in 1918 by the Romanian scientist George Constantinescu. Ilie Năstase was born on July 19 1946 in Bucharest, and he is one of the best known tennis players in Romania, and one of the most appreciated sportsmen worldwide. The father of 2 worked at the leading edge of radiology research, eventually contracting leukemia from his exposure to radiation. Saint Giuseppe Moscati (1880-1927) was a dedicated single layman, a doctor who served the poor for free and risked his life to rescue elderly patients during a volcanic eruption. One of his famous double partners was Roland Garros in 1970, at the US Open in 1972, at Wimbledon in 1973 and at US Open again in 1975. Blessed Nicolas Steno (Niels Stenson) (1638-1686) was a convert to Catholicism, a bishop, a pioneer in anatomy and geology, and the father of paleontology because he discovered what fossils were. Her debut in cinematography was in the movie “Too Hot for May (“Prea cald pentru luna mai”), produced by Maria Callas Dinescu in 1983.
We also have quite a lot of doctor Saints, so I thought I’d limit it to a handful.
Monica Elena Bîrlădeanu, also known as Monica Dean in the United States, is a successful actress from Romania. A singer who has adopted the dance style, Inna has become the best known Romanian artist abroad after she launched her single “Hot” in 2008.
There are few things that can more quickly cause me to pull out my soapbox and climb up for a rant than the implication that science and faith are at odds. Nadia Comăneci was born on November 12 1961, in Oneşti, Bacău County, and she became well known after obtaining 10/10 at a gymnastics competition for the first time in the sport’s history. In February of this year, Angela Gheorghiu opened the Viennese Opera Ball, by interpreting „Habanera” (Carmen) and „I Could Have Danced All Night” (My Fair Lady). “I don’t believe in God, I believe in science,” they say, to which I respond, “You’re welcome.” For science, that is. Social and literary critics, that is, men who have held pens but never test tubes, are the ones who make that claim.” So in the interest of dispelling that silly rumor (and introducing you to some new Saint friends), I thought it would be good to collect some of our more scientifically-brilliant Saints. St. Gianna Molla (1922-1962) is, of course, famous for having refused to abort her child at the expense of her own life, but it wasn’t that sacrifice that made her a Saint, it was the life leading up to it that made it possible. The soprano was accompanied by the Vienna Opera Orchestra conducted by Georges Pretre.
He was fascinated by the fact that he saw his reflection in the mirror above the glasses, instead of through them.
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