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Christopher White Jun 18
. has released a major pastoral letter on the 4th anniversary of calling for statewide ecological conversion - one of the most significant responses to the encyclical in country where its reception has been tepid My story :
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Greta Thunberg Jun 15
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Integral Human Dev Jun 15
Pope on : Time is running out, decisive action needed - Vatican News
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Catholic Education Jun 14
"Every act of cruelty towards any creature is “contrary to human dignity”."
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Justice&Peace Europe Jun 13
First impressions after the second Laudato Si' Reflection Day on June 12 in Brussels. Politics and Praxis of Ecological conversion via
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Francis Farm SJSB Jun 14
This week at Farm club, we braved the weather to keep our animal housing clean and hygienic. We learned the importance of biosecurity and using safety equipment.
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Yvonne Runstedler Jun 13
Thanks for the Old Growth Forest project. A beautiful gift to plant wildflowers and see a deer happily gallop through a meadow
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St Margaret Ward PS Jun 13
The children are doing a great job of caring for our Common Home. 🌷🌸💐
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Joshua McElwee Jun 18
Marking the fourth anniversary of Pope Francis' landmark encyclical , the Catholic bishops of California issue their own sweeping pastoral statement on threats to the state's many ecosystems. (from )
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IglesiaMaravillas 3h
Scientists shocked by Arctic permafrost thawing 70 years sooner than predicted
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We Are Salt & Light 19h
Wondering how you can take steps in your community to begin the work of caring for our common home? Read more about how the Diocese of Burlington observed a Year of Creation and see how you can replicate some of these practices in your diocese:
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Ken Canedo 16h
If objective information suggests that serious and irreversible damage may result, a project should be halted or modified, even in the absence of indisputable proof. (186)
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Amyel 🐳 Jun 13
“Many things have to change course, but it is we human beings above all who need to change. We lack an awareness of our common origin, of our mutual belonging, and of a future to be shared with everyone. (1/2)
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Ottawa Dad Orientem - Easter Worshipper 14h
Still doesnt mean that taxpayers should subsidize free parking.. I have seen teachers tweet that they will switch now to ttc as oppooed to pay for parking. So the green plan is working!!
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The Ghost Giver 21h
: Four years ago today, released his landmark encyclical on the environment, . Tell us, what are you doing to protect God's present to us?
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GreyNunsSacredHeart 18h
God of wisdom and mercy, grant us patience, compassion, openness, generosity grace. We pray that you give us strength to be healing instruments of unity and reconciliation.
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Joseph the Benedictine 12h
I don't see anyone crying behind Number 45. What I see are rich white folks congratulating themselves for ruining the environment
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Louis Jadwong 8h
POPE FRANCIS: With gratitude to God, we remember that our body contains the elements of the planet: its air is that which gives us breath, and its water revives & restores us.
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Sisters of St Joseph 16h
We thank the Catholic Bishops of California for energizing us with their statement today. We are “called to a spiritual conversion that respects our common home and cares for all, especially the poor and vulnerable.”
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Bread 4 Today Jun 17
“Nature is filled with words of love, but how can we listen to them amid constant noise [and] nerve-wracking distractions?” ’ Prayer:
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