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A dream of a boreal ecclesial network

5 May 2021

John McCarthy SJ What does integral ecology look like in the circumpolar boreal biome? This question is rarely, if ever, asked and the answers to this are by no means apparent. Spanning the circumpolar regions of the world is one of the largest biomes on planet Earth – the boreal forest region. Holding about...
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Sharing the journey of Living Laudato Si’ in Jesuit schools

5 May 2021

Sue Martin Following through on the Laudato Si’ formation for staff at St Aloysius College in Malta aimed at deepening the understanding of the values of Laudato Si’, the eight-session formation activity called Living Laudato Si’ was initiated and I was invited to lead one of the recent sessions. The session, open to all...
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Organic gardening as a work of heart

5 April 2021

Sister Ma Lani Saligumba ACI Home gardening has become a popular initiative among households in the Philippines affected by lockdowns due to the pandemic. It is particularly interesting because Filipinos who had little or no interest in home gardening are growing herbs and leafy greens in their balconies and backyards. This is a wonderful...
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Encountering God in nature: A webinar on ecological conversion

23 March 2021

The Reconciliation with Creation (RwC) network of the Jesuit Conference Asia Pacific (JCAP) offers a webinar on ecological conversion for this season of Lent. Dr Peter Saunders from Melbourne, Australia and Fr Rajesh Jose Punchathalackal SJ from Kerala, India are sharing their experiences on encountering God in nature. Peter is a retreat guide, formator,...
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A Laudato Si’ formation for staff at St Aloysius College-Malta

16 March 2021
A Laudato Si’ formation for staff at St Aloysius College-Malta

Christine Rossi and Josephine Vassallo In its journey to become more conscious of its role in educating its learning community to become more respectful citizens of the Earth, St Aloysius College (SAC) in Malta established a green policy and Green Councils in its primary, secondary, and sixth form schools. For this scholastic year and...
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Indigenous as guardians of ecological services

15 March 2021

Today is a celebration of Sacred People, Sacred Earth, and we, the indigenous youth here in Bendum in northern Mindanao, Philippines, put together an image of how we see ourselves as guardians of our ancestral domain and its ecological services. In this image are some of the leaves, around 150, of different forest species....
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Being all these women to green the heart of our world: An ecological reflection on International Women’s Day

8 March 2021

Sue Martin Each year, International Women’s Day is an opportunity to reflect on my place in the world. Respecting that I live on Darug land where ancestors cared for our common home for thousands of years, what is my place? Well, I am a daughter, wife, mother, grandmother, sister, aunt, niece, cousin, friend, colleague,...
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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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La feuille de route de la Transition Écologique de l’EOF : Recevoir Laudato Si’ avec joie

2 February 2021

En novembre 2020, la Province jésuite d’Europe Occidentale Francophone (EOF) a publié 7 feuilles de route pour les différents secteurs apostoliques de la Province en réponse aux quatre Préférences Apostoliques Universelles (PAUs) de la Compagnie de Jésus publié il y a deux ans. Parmi eux, un nouveau secteur est apparu : l’apostolat de la...
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The EOF Ecological Transition roadmap: Receiving Laudato Si’ with joy

2 February 2021

Xavier de Bénazé SJ The French speaking Province of Western Europe (Europe Occidentale Francophone or EOF) of the Society of Jesus shares the joy of this new step in receiving Laudato Si’ through its newest sector, the Ecological Transition apostolate. This newest apostolate and the preparation of its roadmap is a direct answer to...
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