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Something Old – Something New [1]

Part 3 of 7 A Possible Marist Integral Ecology – Part 2 [The second of three Circles: ‘to love tenderly’] Circle 2: ‘Loving tenderly’ – The Ecological Community In our last article we reflected on ‘walking humbly with God’ [Micah 6:8] — personal holiness — the first of three inter-related, and inter-connected circles, for a possible Marist Integral […]

Laudato Si’ Week 16 – 24 May

The material in this article is drawn mostly from https://laudatosiweek.org/ Laudato Si’:On Care for Our Common Home Pope Francis’ encyclical on climate change and ecology was signed on 24 May 2015, the Solemnity of Pentecost. Its title means Praise be to You in the Umbrian dialect spoken by St. Francis. The encyclical is a reflection […]

Laudato Si

Pope Francis has recently issued a letter to the world entitled “Praise Be.” In it he continues what the Church has always held, only he focuses these long held truths on our modern age. The relationship of the human race to God has always been one of creature to creator. Humanity has always been at […]

Saturday 7 July

Amos 9:11-15, Ps.85, Matthew 9:14-17 A people redeemed Today’s first reading paints a beautiful picture of a happy future and a country at peace, where everyone has a place to live, enough to eat, and worthwhile work to do. Utopian, too good to be true? Maybe, but something to work towards and to pray for. […]

Evangelisation, Ecology and Solidarity with Christchurch

Evangelisation is the task for all Church Members Commenting on the choice of theme, the Pope affirmed that “the faith cannot endure by itself in the world, it is not automatically transmitted to men’s hearts but always has to be announced. And the announcement of the faith, in order to be effective, must come from […]