So what every scientists dont know it religion?
Science and Religion(and Mathematics, Philosophy, Psychology, Economics,... ie any academic) ask the same questions:
Can something come from nothing?
Does God exist?
Does Man have immortal soul?
Does Man have free will?
Science has been prejudged to be hostile to Religion and vice versa. There should be no hostility, only a dialectic — "Given a common set of questions, persuade us with your answers".
Science and Religion have many "unknowns". Scientific inquiry should not be incompatible to religious inquiry.
The best religion, the most universal, the most correct(orthodox and catholic, btw) should be open to the best science not hostile.
I believe the Catholic faith will survive, and in fact be enhanced, by the best minds of any human inquiry, science, theology or otherwise. God's providence, His plan for bringing creation to perfection will need the "good," "better," and "best" of every human endeavor.
Consider the following conundrum's:
Where is the center of the universe?
Is anything we look at really there at all?
Is there life "out there" too?
Why is the recorded average number of platefuls eaten by Taybarns' customers [all-you-can-eat restaurant] 3.37?
Is God a "quantum" God? Where are we? Where is here? Do we get an "all-you-can-eat buffet" after death?