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Colin Novick 8h
"Climate change is an urgent moral imperative..." Bishop Robert McManus Worcester Catholic Environmental Stewardship Conference
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Alejandro “Alex” Capote Sep 19
"The urgent challenge to protect our includes a concern to bring the whole human family together to seek a sustainable and integral development, for we know that things can change." ❤️🌎
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Laudato Si Ireland Sep 17
There are still spaces if you would like to come along to the Day on 29th September! Please register before the end of this week. Please RT, especially to dioceses.
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Ken Canedo 3h
To stop investing in people, in order to gain greater short-term financial gain, is bad business for society. (128)
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Gabriele R Schubert Sep 22
no doubt () directs the Vatican to divest from profiteering companies wreaking havoc on our planet. Cardinal Pell (sex abuser) heads the Vatican ! Pell-from-hell met with Koch-funded Leo, who paid Pruitt's trip!
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Crux Sep 15
Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio of Brooklyn told Pope Francis that his vision in is flowering in America in green affordable housing projects.
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Ignatian Solidarity 12h
How can you answer the call to action from in ? Order your copies of the Ecological Examen today:
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Armando I. García 7h
: a picture painted by without instruction in art.”
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Benedetta Sep 19
Replying to @PappaSciarappa
There was a monstrous one in my house today, too, but I freed it because . 😉 (Actually, because it was less scary to guide it outside with a broom than to get close enough to squish it.)
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#WorldCleanUpDay Sep 15
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Tully Chickpea 11h
If there is one thing blindingly clear in His mission, it is that His Kingdom is not "of this world." Another way of saying this: there are ZERO political ramifications of faith in Him. Zero. Z-E-R-O. ZERO. ZERO.
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St Joseph's Parish 4h
Replying to @TuiMotuMag
You are a great wee inspiration - thank you 🙏
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Lilet Zamora Sep 20
Excessive use of natural resource in our common home earth by the wealthy, contributed more in the climate change... yet the people in poverty are the ones who suffered the most of its ill effects.😢
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Jullian Bernadette Lerio Sep 18
I, Jullian Bernadette O. Lerio, student of Sacred Heart School- Ateneo de Cebu, PLEDGE to PROTECT and CONSERVE the Philippine Environment.
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Kevin Donohue ن Sep 14
Replying to @kmdra06
If our focus shifts from the dignity of the human person/student (or teacher!), we become misaligned in terms of priorities and truth (one of the themes of )
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Catholic Climate Sep 14
. of : we don’t want to be a document that sits on a shelf but one that is lived
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Denise Brickler Sep 22
Spotted at Catholic School today: a Donation Station using the school colors and quoting : “Let us be protectors of creation, protectors of God’s plan inscribed in nature, protectors of one another and if the environment.”
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Ken Canedo Sep 22
The loss of jobs also has a negative impact on the economy through the erosion of social capital: the network of relationships of trust, dependability, and respect for rules, all of which are indispensable for civil coexistence. (128)
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Saint Kateri Conservation Center 5h
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Saint Beuno's 9h
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