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European Laudato Si’ Alliance: Promoting Laudato Si’ in Europe

19 June 2020
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The Laudato Si’ encyclical is affecting people in very different ways. A number of people working in different Catholic Church institutions and organizations in Europe found themselves working together on the promotion of this encyclical. During the past two years, they organized a Laudato Si’ Reflection Day which was hosted bythe Commission of the...
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Connecting voices, connecting Laudato Si’: Action 2021 (a video)

16 June 2020
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The message and the voice of Laudato Si’ still continue to be a consoling message of peace for everyone, from the margins to the leaderships. Caring for our common home remains a relevant and urgent message as the world locked down from the impact of the global pandemic that laid bare more starkly the...
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Laudato Si’: Pope Francis’ vision for our common home and humanity

15 June 2020
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Ecojesuit shares a study article on Laudato Si’ by Thomas Karimundackal SJ for an edited book that will come out, where he tried to look at the encyclical from the perspective of Pope Francis, his vision for our common home and humanity. Abstract Pope Francis’ Encyclical Laudato Si’ is a landmark document which proposes...
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Regenerate our disrupted relationships with Creation and with one another, a reminder from Laudato Si’

10 June 2020
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The relevance and prophetic calls for action that Laudato Si’ shared five years ago are important reminders that we must act fast to “regenerate” our disrupted relationships with Creation and with one another to address the broader ecological crisis, and not to limit our actions to merely “recover the economy” from the COVID-19 crisis....
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Water is life: Reflection for Laudato Si’ Week 2020 and beyond

8 June 2020
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Sue Martin During Laudato Si’ Week 2020, the Australian Jesuit Province put out a challenge for all to learn, pray and take action for the sake of all of God’s creation. I took that challenge and reflected each day on one chapter of Aqua fons vitae-Orientations on Water: symbol of the cry of the...
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Healing a broken world and Father Nicolás, five years before Laudato Si’

26 May 2020
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Five years before Laudato Si’ was released, Father Adolfo Nicolás SJ, Superior General of the Society of Jesus, convoked a task force on ecology in 2010 composed of Jesuits and lay collaborators. Their task: to respond to an important concern identified in the 35th General Congregation (GC 35) that Jesuits cannot remain indifferent to –...
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The call of Laudato Si’ for conversion: A reflection on the day of our Lord’s Ascension

22 May 2020
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Scholastic Frederick Ray Popo SJ The Ascension of Jesus Christ has two meanings. On the one hand, it is a heartwarming farewell. On the other, it is a moment for missioning. Besides looking up towards the heavens, we are also invited to strengthen the steps we take on earth. After Jesus rose, most of...
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The promise to stay connected: Compassion and care, Laudato Si’ Week 2020

18 May 2020
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As we celebrate the fifth anniversary of Laudato Si’, a landmark document not only for the Catholic Church, Pope Francis renews his call to the world for an ecological conversion, as “the cry of the Earth and the cry of the poor cannot continue.” And although the present crisis calls for physical distancing, the...
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Singing the Lord’s song in a strange land: Laudato Si’ and COVID-19

13 May 2020
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Fr John Webootsa MCCJ The coronavirus pandemic highlights in a striking way our vulnerability as humans, what we have in common with each other and with other creatures. For a very long time we are suffering a common pandemic as a human family. No human, no creature is excluded from this situation. However, this...
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Science and humanities meet Laudato Si’

4 May 2020
Loyola University Chicago seniors Angelo Kelvakis (left) and Xinran Liang work to remove aphids from basil plants grown in the aquaponics system in the IES greenhouse on the Lake Shore Campus on Tuesday, March 20, 2018. Lettuce and basil are both grown using the aquaponics system and are then sold at local farmer's markets or to local vendors. (Photo: Lukas Keapproth)

Nancy C Tuchman, PhD My colleagues in the sciences at Loyola University Chicago’s (LUC) Institute of Environmental Sustainability (IES) spend much of their time researching ways to help the planet repair itself. They ask the practical questions: Which plants are best at pulling lead out of contaminated soils? Which evolutionary traits in plants can...
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