Notably, science points toward the creation of the universe as stemming from a moment in time -- indeed, a moment in which not just matter but time itself were created. Philosophically and theologically, this points toward a Creator, and belief in God as the Creator is an irreducible requirement for Catholics.
As for the creation of man, logically, it must stem from a specific moment or period in time and in some manner must involve the bringing into existence of not just man physically but also of his spiritual dimension. No matter how much science may use DNA and paleontological evidence and fashion scientifically credible explanations like evolution for when and how man physically came into existence, science still does not and cannot address how we acquired our spiritual dimension.
Part of that spiritual dimension is that we have not just a body but also a soul that survives our physical death. In crediting miracles, angels, demons, spirits, mystic visions, visitations, and apparitions, the Catholic Church sees our spiritual dimension as richer and more of a challenge to modern atheism and materialism than what is commonly on offer from formal Protestant teaching.
I am heartened though that individually most Protestants give great credit to prayer and things spiritual. Faithful Catholics and Protestants both know that Christ is our Lord and that His and His Father's will are at work in this world in many ways that we but dimly see and poorly understand.