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Why engaging with COP26 matters

15 February 2021

Climate change is the continuing crisis the world is experiencing since its discovery in the early 19th century, but any global discussion at this time has to start with COVID-19. These are the two existential crises humanity faces today and the UN Climate Change Conference COP26 in Glasgow in November cannot be put to...
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Down-to-earth advice from Ignatius

3 August 2020

Ecojesuit shares this article from the Jesuits in Ireland on Ignatian wisdom during this global pandemic through a reflection by Fr Nikolaas Sintobin SJ expressed through a letter from heaven from Saint Ignatius with down-to-earth advice, if he was with us at this time. Dear people on earth, I see you’re having a hard time...
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Finding committed pathways forward in the crisis of COVID-19

18 May 2020

As countries grapple with the social and economic impact of the pandemic, we see across humanity a compassion with growing insights and recognition of what led the world to this crisis. Many get lost in the arguments of moving forward; confusion comes before commitment to a shared collaboration for radical change. Much compassion is...
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Singing the Lord’s song in a strange land: Laudato Si’ and COVID-19

13 May 2020

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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Learnings from a crisis in the time of COVID-19

8 April 2020

Pedro Walpole SJ In these days of crisis, of isolation and distancing, of daily newsfeeds on growing local to global coronavirus cases, it is a challenge to keep a broader human sensitivity and open vision. We are in a devastating storm and Pope Francis’ prayer and reflection addressed to the city and to the...
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