I doubt that many of you will be in Rome next week, but I still thought you might be interested to know about the Catholic Creationism conference being held there next week. The topics covered are pretty basic, but it is good to see elements of the Catholic church supporting Creationism.
Now, of course, they actually don't call themselves Creationists:
The scientists participating in the conference at Sapienza University are not creationists. They represent thousands of world-renowned scientists whose evidence against evolution is often downplayed or ignored by academics who support evolution.
But I know that Berthault is a diluvialist at least. However, Berthault doesn't consider himself a Creationist because his position is based on data, not theology.