In my Catholic Cosmology, the Body of the Universe has no soul. And yet, as a substantial form, the first substantial form and the first secondary cause, it performs all the functions of a substantial form, the main one of which is to dictate and govern the functioning order of the elements in their natural, inanimate state, that is, before they enter into a living form and come under the dictation and governance of a living plant, animal or human substantial form. And so it is fair to ask: What takes the place of the "soul" of the body of the universe? What or Who is responsible for the majestic order we observe in the celestial bodies and in such phenomena as the lines of force that constitute earth's magnetic field?