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Declare Pierre Teilhard de Chardin S.J. a Doctor of the Roman Catholic Church

Teilhard de Chardin (1881-1955), priest, geologist, palaeontologist, philosopher, theologian, and mystic, was both a distinguished scientist and one of the most influential and visionary thinkers that the Catholic Church produced in the twentieth century. Grounded in the theology of St. Paul, St. John the Evangelist, and St. Ignatius Loyola and informed by the modern scientific discovery of cosmic and organic evolution, Teilhard created a pioneering synthesis of religious and scientific thought that many have found to be profoundly fruitful.

Teilhard de Chardin Study & Discussion Group – an online discussion group which seeks to promote Teilhard’s vision of Noospheric planetary consciousness through study, discussion, sharing and compassionate understanding.

The Alister Hardy Trust supports the work of the Alister Hardy Religious Experience Research Centres at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David, Lampeter and Glyndŵr University, Wrexham; investigates contemporary spiritual/religious experience and provides a forum for people interested in this fascinating aspect of human experience.
The contact person is Marianne Rankin,  Director of Communications:

The website is

NEW – Beyond Darwin: The Hidden Rhythm of Evolution
by José Díez Faixat
This article argues for the existence of a very precise spiral rhythm in the emergence of the evolutionary leaps that mark the history of the universe. Also available in Spanish.

Forming the Remnant
– article on aspects of the Bible and Teilhard de Chardin by Fr. Roger Karban in the National Catholic Reporter.

A Teilhard website which includes”Mr Tayer” by Jean Huston
“Mr Tayer” is the charming story of what happened when a teenage girl met Fr.Teilhard de Chardin S.J. in New York.

Teilhard’s grave

Various videos about Teilhard are available on YouTube
Teilhard on YouTube