Now there are many fundamentalists, mostly Protestants and a small minority of them being Catholic, believe that evolution is incompatible with Scripture and Christianity and therefore it is ton be seen as un orthodox. To their worldview, evolution goes against the belief in Adam and Eve as well as the tainted existence of Original Sin, claiming that evolution undermines the faith and promotes a materialistic atheist world view. But I must disagree and ask them this question to those pondering about how evolution fits with the word of God:where exactly does Original Sin comes from? Within the human race. And another question arises: How did it came to be? To me, its no surprise that we humans share a common ancestor with chimpanzees and because of that, since we are still apes, there is something animalistic hidden within us, despite ourselves being made in God's image, that lead us to temptation and sin. And if we are to truly understand the origins of Original Sin, then evolution, which is the slow, steady change of living organism over the course of time via environmental changes, is the key to that understanding.
Evolution does not contradict Catholic teaching and if we apply evolution with Adam and Eve, it makes sense. Despite being evolved into God's image, we are still haunted by our animalistic roots that can easily be triggered when we are tempted to commit sin. The seven days of creation are not meant to be interpreted as literal 24 hour days. But the same message from the Catechism still rings true: "Nothing exists that does not owe its existence to God the Creator. The world began when God’s word drew it out of nothingness; all existent beings, all of nature, and all human history is rooted in this primordial event, the very genesis by which the world was constituted and time begun" (CCC 338). That being said, since evolution has been proven scientifically to be the real deal, it’s more likely that God invented evolution and through evolution, God created all life in the universe. And according to Pope Pius XII in the Humani Genesis (1950), evolution is best described in this note: 35. It remains for Us now to speak about those questions which, although they pertain to the positive sciences, are nevertheless more or less connected with the truths of the Christian faith. In fact, not a few insistently demand that the Catholic religion take these sciences into account as much as possible. This certainly would be praiseworthy in the case of clearly proved facts; but caution must be used when there is rather question of hypotheses, having some sort of scientific foundation, in which the doctrine contained in Sacred Scripture or in Tradition is involved. If such conjectural opinions are directly or indirectly opposed to the doctrine revealed by God, then the demand that they be recognized can in no way be admitted. 36. For these reasons the Teaching Authority of the Church does not forbid that, in conformity with the present state of human sciences and sacred theology, research and discussions, on the part of men experienced in both fields, take place with regard to the doctrine of evolution, in as far as it inquiries into the origin of the human body as coming from pre-existent and living matter - for the Catholic faith obliges us to hold that souls are immediately created by God. However, this must be done in such a way that the reasons for both opinions, that is, those favorable and those unfavorable to evolution, be weighed and judged with the necessary seriousness, moderation and measure, and provided that all are prepared to submit to the judgment of the Church, to whom Christ has given the mission of interpreting authentically the Sacred Scriptures and of defending the dogmas of faith. Some however, rashly transgress this liberty of discussion, when they act as if the origin of the human body from pre-existing and living matter were already completely certain and proved by the facts which have been discovered up to now and by reasoning on those facts, and as if there were nothing in the sources of divine revelation which demands the greatest moderation and caution in this question. This neither rejects nor endorse a comprehensive belief in evolution and even before the document, the Catholic Church remained staunchly neutral over the topic, especially since the Galileo affairs still haunted their memories. Pope John Paul II, in 1996, stated that evolution of the human body actually happened and the church went from neutrality towards acceptance of evolution. And here's a philosophical touch they added: they stated that the human soul alone is a special creation that did not develop from materialistic means. "In his encyclical Humani generis (1950), my predecessor Pius XII has already affirmed that there is no conflict between evolution and the doctrine of the faith regarding man and his vocation, provided that we do not lose sight of certain fixed points. ... Today, more than a half-century after the appearance of that encyclical, some new findings lead us toward the recognition of evolution as more than a hypothesis. In fact, it is remarkable that this theory has had progressively greater influence on the spirit of researchers, following a series of discoveries in different scholarly disciplines. The convergence in the results of these independent studies—which was neither planned nor sought—constitutes in itself a significant argument in favor of the theory." "Theories of evolution which, because of the philosophies which inspire them, regard the spirit either as emerging from the forces of living matter, or as a simple epiphenomenon of that matter, are incompatible with the truth about man." Evolution is a scientific fact and in the case of the Catholic faith, it is the seed of creation created by no-one other than the Lord himself, who created an orderly, lively universe. Now in the Human Generis, Pope Puts XII stated that polygenism is incompatible with scripture, insisting that Adam and Eve are the true primordial ancestors of humankind today. Then there is evidence of the volcanic event called the Toba catastrophe, which occurred around 76,000 years ago, as proven by science. Now, in my personal theory, despite the fact that I didn't get a degree in science, I believe it is possible that Adam and Eve were part of a first generation of human beings, but unlike the rest of their fellows, the couple had a divine spark that gave them a soul, which is, again, not made from materialist means, but transmitted by God at the moment the two primordial parents of our race were conceived. Therefore, we can imply that the divine spark somehow affected the genes of these same biblical two during their conception. After their maturation, those genes that were altered would later be passed on to later generations, due to the Original Sin, our hidden animalistic behaviors that we inherited from the primate ancestors of the species Homo sapiens sapiens, tempting the two primordial parents to commit sin and therefore get expelled from Eden. The humans that were born at the same time as Adam and Eve, hence the first generation, lacked a soul and were perhaps slightly less bright compared to our primordial parents, in my opinion, and since they lacked that same divine spark, we may as well not consider them to be our kind of human, most likely because they would have been members of a more primitive subspecies of Homo sapiens compared to our two primordial parents. Those descendants, thanks to intermingling with the rest of the first generation, gave rise of the current human race that lives on today, thanks to something I would like to call the "Adamic gene". By around 76,000 years ago, the Toba catastrophe may have eliminated most of humanity, including all Homo sapiens who did not descend from Adam and Eve and therefore lacked the Adamic gene. The only surviving members of the Homo sapiens species were those who had the Adamic gene, that same essence that should be directly liked to Adam and Eve. And thus, the human beings living today, in my theory, have survived and continue to walk the earth today in the form of civilization thanks to the special creation of the human soul that gave rise to the Adamic gene, hence the Adamic race.
So yes, Evolution is compatible to God's will.