Religious science has a long history in the Catholic Church, but the Vatican has begun to shift its focus toward religious studies to boost its credibility in the public sphere.

And that means embracing the work of religious scientists in the hopes of winning back believers.

The Vatican recently announced it would establish a research center dedicated to religious studies, the first of its kind in the world.

The initiative will help Catholic researchers in fields such as biology, chemistry, physics and psychology, and the center will aim to develop a new way of understanding the universe, said Joaquin Carrasquillo, director of the Vatican’s department of religion and culture.

“It’s going to be a center for science in the Vatican,” he said.

“It’s not going to just be a Catholic center.

It’s going be a scientific center that brings together the best of Catholic scholarship, Catholic teaching and scientific methodology.”

Carrasquin said the center would be open to scientists in a variety of fields, including religious studies and psychology.

Carrasquet said he expects the center to focus on the history of religion in the West and the emergence of new ideas about how to understand the world and the cosmos.

As part of the plan, the Vatican will hire a team of more than 100 scientists and scholars who will work on research projects, and it will develop a curriculum that will teach students how to study religious science.

Carinasquillo said the Vatican was also looking for ways to develop its own academic resources in religious studies.

“We’re going to have a big pool of resources that we will develop and bring to the Vatican to do some research,” he told Recode.

“This is a huge investment.”

Scientific research can often be seen as a way to make the Catholic faith stronger.

And in recent years, the Catholic church has sought to strengthen its reputation by taking on some of the more controversial issues such as abortion, contraception and same-sex marriage.

But there are many areas where the church is struggling with issues that have become controversial in recent decades.

One of the most contentious areas is climate change.

The church has been the most vocal proponent of global warming in recent times, and in recent weeks it has been criticized for not taking a more aggressive stance on the issue.

That’s because, despite the fact that the science shows human activity is the main cause of climate change, the church has maintained that it is not the cause.

It is a matter of faith, not science, Pope Francis said in a 2014 interview with The Washington Post.

“The Bible is the word of God, not a science textbook.

Carrasquin added that the Vatican does not want to alienate Catholics by making them feel that the church’s stance is not scientific. “

I think that the question of whether man is the cause of global climate change or the only cause of it is an open one,” he added.

Carrasquin added that the Vatican does not want to alienate Catholics by making them feel that the church’s stance is not scientific.

“When people say, ‘I am not a Catholic,’ I want them to understand that I’m not saying they are not scientific,” he explained.

But the church will have to work hard to gain support from those who do not believe that it should take a strong stance on climate change and gay marriage, Carras Quin said.

In recent years the Vatican, a church that prides itself on being more liberal than the traditional Catholic Church and which has often been accused of being too conservative on some issues, has been trying to woo more mainstream Catholics who are not deeply opposed to LGBT issues.

According to Carrasquer, the plan is part of a broader effort to rebuild trust between the Catholic community and the scientific community.

The Vatican has been working on a strategy to build a more diverse scientific community, he said, which is aimed at diversifying the scholarly community and making it more inclusive of other faiths.

Carasquillo acknowledged that the new Catholic center will not be the only new research project at the Vatican.

“There are other Catholic research centers in other countries, so there will be a lot of things happening,” he noted.

While it may seem like the Vatican is doing a lot to diversify its research, Carinasquin said that it’s important to note that many of the projects at the new center will be focused on issues of the heart.

There are a lot more things to think about and think about than we are doing in the past, he explained, adding that scientists will be asked to study topics like “the origins of the universe,” “the origin of consciousness,” “what we call the self,” “how consciousness works,” and “the nature of the soul.”