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Water in Catholic Social Teaching

31 August 2013
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Frank Turner, SJ For Christians, water is both a necessarily fundamental ecological theme and also a spiritual symbol. These two perspectives are inseparable. Sharing water justice with wisdom is at the heart of environmental responsibility, and yet water is more than one natural resource among others: it evokes Christ himself who refers to himself...
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Sustainable Development – What we are learning

21 June 2012
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Frank Turner, SJ Ideas of development themselves develop.  We do not imagine today, as many people did in the so-called ‘development’ decade of the 1960s, that marginal economies will simply ‘take off’ once a critical leverage point is reached, in virtue of some natural tendency towards progress. That influential and naively optimistic theory was...
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Faith and the Environment: European Parliament Conference on Caritas in Veritate

15 September 2010
Faith and the Environment: European Parliament Conference on Caritas in Veritate

Frank Turner participated in the conference in the European Parliament about the Encyclical "Caritas in Veritate" jointly organized by the European Popular Group and the Commission of the Bishops of European Union (COMECE). Taking up a point that has been raised indirectly today, but not discussed directly, I want to add a preliminary note about...
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