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After eighty-seven years of thought and observation, I say not merely that I believe in God –I can even say that I see Him." Thus spoke the great scientist Jean Henri Fabre (1823-1915), at the end of his life. Fabre’s speciality was a science called entomology. This Greek word means "knowledge of insects." This fascinating world of insects was the passion of J. H. Fabre. He dedicated his life to its study. And he studied insects as a Catholic should study them. His science, far from being an obstacle to his faith, was leading him to wonder at the beauty of creation. We would recommend to homeschoolers to purchase the books of J. H. Fabre.
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