Tag Archives: Laudato Si
Rev. Jim Antal (MACUCC)

Why Faith Leaders Are Not “Joining the Environmental Movement”

Pope Inspires Clergy to Join Environmental Movement came to my inbox recently as one in a list of articles on faith leadership on climate and environmental issues.   I agree with the article that Pope Francis’ leadership on climate, creation care, and justice has raised important awareness of these issues, especially how they are integrated. […]

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Why Climate Action Will Help Create a More Equitable World

Last year, faith leaders from Pope Francis to the Dalai Lama pointed out that climate change affects the poor and vulnerable most acutely – and it’s our moral obligation to come to the aid of those who are suffering through little fault of their own.   A new study by researchers at the University of […]

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Savoring Pope Francis’ Encyclical: Refreshment for the Journey

Recently my friend Lisa Restrom, a co-founder of Divest-Invest Individual a movement of individual investors divesting from oil, gas, and coal and investing in the emerging new energy economy, inspired me, through her urging on Facebook, to read Pope Francis’ recent encyclical Laudato si on creation care and climate change. While I’d been reading the […]

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13 Resources to Help You Understand Pope Francis’ Climate Encyclical

Pope Francis’ aptly titled encyclical, Laudato Si (Praise Be) is finally here! The day we have all been waiting for is upon us and the document is in our hands. While many will spend the remainder of the day sifting through the edict, highlighting the key aspects of its content as they have with previous […]

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