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"Adventures of a Vatican Astronomer" with Br. Guy J. Consolmagno, S.J. will take place at the Dolan School of Business Event Hall. Please register to attend.

Br. Guy Consolmagno, S.J., is both a Jesuit brother and a planetary scientist at the Vatican Observatory, splitting his time between the meteorite collection in Rome and the Vatican telescope in Arizona. 

Thanks to his Vatican connections, his work has sent him around the world several times to dozens of countries and every continent (including a meteorite hunting expedition to Antarctica). In this talk he will share some of those adventures, and reflect on the larger meaning of our common experience as scientists... not only what we do, but why we do it. 

Brother Consolmagno is the coauthor of two astronomy books: Turn Left at Orion and Worlds Apart. He is the author or co-author of four books exploring faith and science issues, including The Way to the Dwelling of Light, Brother Astronomer, God's Mechanics, and Would You Baptize an Extraterrestrial?

In 2018, Br. Consolmagno delivered the Commencement address to Fairfield's Class of '18 and received an honorary degree from the University for his contributions to the field of science.

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