March 15, 2018

Aaron Dominguez, dean, arts and sciences, was quoted in an Aleteia story about the life, work, and death of theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking.

... “He was a well-known atheist, despite the fact that it was a miracle that he was able to live so long with such a debilitating disease and carry on a very vibrant life as a physicist,” said Aaron Dominguez, dean of the school of Arts and Sciences at the Catholic University of America. “It was a real gift from God, so it’s a little sad that he didn’t see it that way.” ... 

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