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“The perfect book for our time.”

Particles of Faith is the perfect book for our time. Stacy Trasancos explains the most fascinating concepts of science in terms that anyone can understand. She cracks open the treasure chest of wonders we encounter as we examine science through the lens of faith.”

Jennifer Fulwiler
Catholic radio host and author of Something Other than God

“Stacy Trasancos precisely and methodically presents the harmony she has found.”

“Many believers today feel caught between two seemingly contradictory worlds: that of their Christian faith and that of rational science.  Stacy Trasancos precisely and methodically presents the harmony she has found. Particles of Faith will no doubt be a gift to the more scientifically minded who mistakenly think they must check their brain at the door of the church.”

Rev. Dave Dwyer
Executive Director of Busted Halo Ministries

“Give this book to an atheist friend or any Catholic curious about whether faith can stand alongside science.”

“Among many people today, it’s presumed that faith and science are at odds. We are encouraged to choose between the objective facts of biology or physics and the comforting pieties of religion. But, in Particles of Faith, Stacy Trasancos shows why this is a false choice through her own personal story as a scientist and a Catholic. She navigates many controversial touch-points between faith and religion such as cosmology, evolution, and quantum mechanics to reveal how science is supportive of the Catholic faith. Give this book to an atheist friend or any Catholic curious about whether faith can stand alongside science.”

Brandon Vogt
Catholic author, blogger, speaker, and content director of Word on Fire Catholic Ministries

Particles of Faith achieves what few works on science and religion attempt.”

Particles of Faith achieves what few works on science and religion attempt—it discloses the inner life of a scientist whose professional journey culminates in a personal conversion and a mature, intelligent faith. Reminiscent of the approach of St. Augustine, Trasancos’ combination of self-reflection, scientific discovery and theological insight could just as aptly have been entitled The Confessions of a Chemist.”

Christopher T. Baglow
Professor of Dogmatic Theology at Notre Dame Seminary