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Reconciliation with creation and international networking for advocacy

31 December 2012
Jesuitas y colaboradores laicos en noviembre de 2008 en Madrid, España, en el Taller de Incidencia Ignaciana donde se definieron cinco áreas temáticas: migraciones, ecología, gobernanza de recursos naturales y minerales, educación y derechos humanos. Foto de: ignatianadvocacy.wordpress.com

Christina Kheng “The environment will be healed as we ourselves are healed.”  This could perhaps be a thought-provoking statement to ponder upon as we enter the holy season of Advent and also the Year of Faith.  In our reflections on this topic, we see by now that reconciliation with creation has a lot to...
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Global Ignatian advocacy networking on governance of natural and mineral resources

31 December 2012
Minas de carbón en Jharkhand, India. Foto de: P. Walpole

Julie Edwards Julie Edwards, Chief Executive Officer of Jesuit Social Services  in Australia, wrote her report on the outcomes of the workshop of the Governance of Natural and Mineral Resources (GNMR) in London, UK last September 2012.  At the Conference level, Julie is a member of the Ecology Task Force and at the international...
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Reconciliation with Creation and how we can help

17 February 2012
Pedro Walpole con el Obispo Julianus Kemo Sunarko, SJ de la Diócesis de Purwokerto en Indonesia.

Pedro Walpole shares on Catholic social teachings as these relate to the context of human development and natural ecology, and their integration.  He shares nine basic points for consideration on Reconciliation with Creation with Catholic professionals and professors in the Diocese of Purwokerto, Indonesia, with Bishop Julianus Kemo Sunarko, SJ. Wherever we look in...
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Asian Jesuits and partners meet on the environment

18 August 2011
Banks of the Mekong.

Jesuits and friends from all over Asia Pacific met along the banks of the Mekong to bring together two very clear experiences.  First is that of gratitude for all life and of wonder for the Mekong River and the life in it and along its banks, and second is the call to act.  We...
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