Yes i am aware.
But most importantly he was an astronomer, cosmologist, physics professor. The fact that he was also a Catholic priest is irrelevant.
I would not say the fact he was a Catholic Priest was irrelevant. I am sure it influenced his research greatly regardless of being engrossed in the sciences. (I'm not religious myself, so don't attack me for this)
I am gonna attack you *attack attack*
I thought it was the little bang theory with the alter boys?
The irresistable reply... ;)
Quite a few early scientists were clergymen. It was a job with a lot of potential spare time available to pursue other interests.
Priests made Hummels?