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Struggling for climate justice in our common home

28 February 2017
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Climate justice as human justice is the main theme of Loyola University Chicago’s fourth annual Climate Change Conference on 16 to 17 March 2017 titled Climate Justice: The Struggle for Our Common Home. Held annually since 2014 and hosted by the Institute of Environmental Sustainability, the 2017 climate change conference invites participants to learn...
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Calling for an active caring and praising for our common home through an integral ecology

26 June 2015
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Sylvia Miclat The papal encyclical Laudato Si’ is a call to people of the 21st century for change and action. Even if technically an encyclical is a letter to the bishops, the interest and fervor Laudato Si’ is generating extends much further than the bishops and the communities of Catholics around the world. This...
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Laudato si’ “makes noise”

23 June 2015
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Alirio Cáceres Aguirre As he himself asked the youth from Argentina during the World Youth Day 2013 (Brazil), Pope Francis is “making noise” as speaker of the Church that wants to move outside of itself to find God present in history. The Encyclical Laudato Si’ is addressed not only to Catholics but to everyone...
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Laudato si’: Five new encyclical calls

22 June 2015
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Jaime Tatay Nieto, SJ The pope’s encyclical on the environment is not as new as it might appear from the outset. In fact, it is a logic consequence of decades of reflection about some problems – social and environmental – that cannot be detached and must be addressed together. Today we cannot talk separately...
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Laudato si’: Science, society, ethics, and spirituality in harmony

22 June 2015
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Peter Knox, SJ Laudato si’ is a joy to read, and will be close to the heart of any Christian concerned for the future of our planet. It is packed with information, yet avoids being too technical. From an African perspective, I appreciate that it is holistic yet bounded, inclusive, concrete, prophetic and another...
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Laudato si’ moves us to conversion and action

19 June 2015
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Brother Ken Homan, SJ Here in the United States, much of the pre-encyclical news coverage has coincided with reports on upcoming presidential elections. The presidential race includes several Catholic candidates, such as Jeb Bush, Rick Santorum, Marco Rubio, and Martin O’Malley. News groups ranging from National Public Radio to The New York Times have...
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A path-breaking encyclical Laudato si’

19 June 2015
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S Ignacimuthu, SJ The encyclical Laudato si’ by his Holiness Pope Francis is a welcome document at this time when environmental protection is becoming more and more important in today’s context. The effect of environmental deterioration is being felt all over the world through climate change, global warming, frequent natural calamities, loss of biodiversity,...
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