Finally, the truth about geocentricism can be told, thanks to Robert A. Sungenis, Ph.D., "founder and president of Catholic Apologetics International Publishing," who is heading up a conference next month with a day of presentations, such as "Geocentrism: They Know It But They're Hiding It."
Did the Catholic Church make a grand and embarrassing mistake when it condemned the heliocentric system under Pope Urban VIII in 1633 as “formally heretical” and “opposed to Scripture”? Has modern science proven that heliocentrism is the correct system of cosmology? Did John Paul II officially concede that Galileo was right and the Church was wrong? To the surprise of many, the answer to all three is no. Now, abridged from the original two volume set of over 1200 pages, the essential facts and figures of one of the most controversial events in the history of man has been distilled down to 700 pages (350 pages of science and 350 pages of ecclesiastical history) and put in a comfortable 6 x 9 book frame in a less expensive paperback version.
Conference includes a free luncheon. Galileo was wrong