How so? Is your God incapable of designing a universe within which life will arise? Who set the rules of the universe? The rules of chemistry? The rules of physics? Any omnipotent, omniscient entity would be able to set the rules and the initial conditions so as to produce exactly the intended result.
Only an inferior deity would not be able to set thing up correctly from the start and have to nudge things along from time to time to make the result come out right. That makes the designer of Intelligent Design inferior to such an omnimax deity, who has no need to intervene directly because everything is correctly on the foreseen track.
Science in general, and biology in particular, merely study the processes by which that exactly foreseen outcome is reached.
There is no opposition to God’s creation. There is opposition to both a woodenly literal interpretation of Genesis or to the small version of Intelligent Design propounded by the Discovery Institute.
As a Buddhist I am for much Catholic teaching. For example, the Pope’s recent pronouncement on capital punishment is excellent, and also good Buddhism.