Gerald McKenny

Associate Professor of Christian Ethics, Notre Dame University

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Gerald McKenny on KCRW

When he announced that the Earth goes around the Sun, Galileo was persecuted by the Roman Catholic Church. But that was 400 years ago.

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When he announced that the Earth goes around the Sun, Galileo was persecuted by the Roman Catholic Church. But that was 400 years ago.

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