There is so much more to say about science and spirituality than we hear when predictable polarities play out in the media. We explore the places where science and religion find common ground, and the places where they appear to be in conflict.

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A total solar eclipse, seen from northern Queensland, Australia, on November 14, 2012.
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A Carmelite nun in her cell in France in 1904.
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