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Pontifical Academy Life 4h
: the key is the political willingness to forge a radical transformation. Do we want “only to be remembered for the inability to take action when it was urgent and necessary to do so?”
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JoAnn LaGasse Dec 8
I have many memories of trout fishing with my Dad in the Sierras. My Dad (RIP) gone now, the trout in danger.
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#CoP24 2h
"A consumerist vision of human beings...has a levelling effect on cultures, diminishing the immense variety which is the heritage of all humanity" ( 144), we're at a event abt Essential Climate Sltns: Community-led Dvlpmnt, Renewable Energy & Cultural Heritage
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W. Malcolm Byrnes Dec 11
More from in : "We have to accept that technological products are not neutral, for they create a framework which ends up conditioning lifestyles and shaping social possibilities along the lines dictated by the interests of certain powerful groups."
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Eccles 2h
"most global warming in recent decades is due to the great concentration of greenhouse gases (carbon dioxide, methane, nitrogen oxides and others) released mainly as a result of human activity" 23
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Ken Canedo Dec 11
It is helpful to set aside some places which can be preserved and protected from constant changes brought by human intervention. (151)
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W. Malcolm Byrnes Dec 11
Here's in : "But humanity has changed profoundly, and the accumulation of constant novelties exalts a superficiality which pulls us in one direction. It becomes difficult to pause and recover depth in life."
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PJPilgrimm Dec 4
CHAPTER SIX: ECOLOGICAL EDUCATION AND SPIRITUALITY (202) 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.
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Ken Canedo 14h
Lack of housing is a grave problem in many parts of the world, both in rural areas and in large cities. State budgets usually cover only a small portion of the demand. (152)
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Caritas Youth Dec 7
Hi! My name is Agnieszka, I work for Caritas Poland as a specialist for social affairs and volunteering. This weekend I am in Katowice for and to organise event for catholic youth on .Stay with me to find out what is it all a out!
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Ken Canedo Dec 8
We see how important it is that urban planning always take into consideration the views of those who will live in these areas. (150)
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Life Justice Peace 20h
at : Catholic Church launches urgent call before the end of the negotiations at climate conference in Poland - VIDEO of Vatican representatives
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ICSD 2h
Vatican focusing World Youth Day on & . The ’s encyclical will be for young activists to be aware of a moral & spiritual need to protect 🌍! Thoughts?
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SCIAF Dec 11
Pray for our common home. Ahead of 2 million prayer cards were sent to 10,000 Catholic parishes in Poland. Join our brothers and sisters from across the world to pray for climate justice
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Chaplain Dec 12
Well done to our justice and peace group for a very reflective and thought provoking assembly on plastic pollution. Let's all help and campaign to ensure a tidy school and a cleaner and better world.
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CIDSE 2h
Faith groups inspired by ’ are a prominent lobby for action at .
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Ken Canedo Dec 10
It is important that the different parts of a city be well integrated and that those who live there have a sense of the whole, rather than being confined to one neighborhood. (151)
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Lorna Gold Dec 12
Wonderful to see! We all need to work together like never before.
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Saint Kateri Conservation Center 2m
Replying to @SaintKateriCtr
That the hand of the LORD has done this the Holy One of Israel has created it. 2/2
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Holy Family Waltham Dec 5
Year 12 Social Justice group planting trees this afternoon in action. Caring for our environment and that of future generations
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