Here’s some more good material rom the Catechism of Trent in easy to understand, unquestionable language:
*Who art in Heaven *
… But though God is present in all places and in all things, without being bound by any limits, as has been already said, yet in Sacred Scripture it is frequently said that He has His dwelling in heaven. And the reason is because the heavens which we see above our heads are the noblest part of the world, remain ever Incorruptible, surpass all other bodies in power, grandeur and beauty, and are endowed with fixed and regular motion.
Of Heaven and Earth
The words heaven and earth include all things which the heaven’s and the earth contain; for besides the heavens, which the Prophet has called the works of his fingers, He also gave to the sun its brilliancy, and to the moon and stars their beauty; and that they might be for signs, and for seasons, and for days and years. He so ordered the celestial bodies in a certain and uniform course, that nothing varies more than their continual revolution, while nothing is more fixed than their variety.
*Motives For Adopting The Necessary Means *
…But if we look to the heavens, do we not behold the verification of these words of David? For ever, O Lord, thy word standeth firm in the heavens. Constant in their motions, uninterrupted in their revolutions,
they never depart in the least from the laws divinely prescribed.
*That God May Be Thanked For His Favours *
…If the sun by its light, if the stars by their motion and revolutions, are of any advantage to man;
*Formation Of The Universe *
The earth also God commanded to stand in the midst of the world, rooted in its own foundation…
No hemming or hawing! Now if only modern man had the faith to even consider this as possible.