How green is your faith?

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We should honor God the Father by caring for our Mother Earth.

A recent dispute among Christians brought the gospel to the front page once again in August. At issue, according to the Associated Press, was the International Bible Society-Send the Light's plan to have the New Testament delivered with the Sunday paper in 11 metro areas, along with detergent samples and the latest zillion-blade razor.


Hot enough for you?

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The world's poor face an even bleaker future than polar bears, thanks to global warming.

 

Global warming has proved one of the rare issues capable of uniting Christians of all persuasions into a more or less coherent chorus for change. A lot of folks have been moved to a call for action on global warming and the related phenomenon of climate change by a biblical understanding of their responsibilities as stewards of creation. According to this perspective, we are mere trustees of a creation and a future that is not our own.


Change the climate in Washington

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The poor are victims of our failure to protect the environment.

Change the climate in Washington

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The poor are victims of our failure to protect the environment.

Does the earth have a prayer?

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Love of creation has deep roots in our Catholic spiritual traditions.

Does the earth have a prayer?

By Joan Brown, O.S.F.| Print this pagePrint | Email this pageShare
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Love of creation has deep roots in our Catholic spiritual traditions.

Green isn’t just for Ordinary Time

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Parishes are investing in eco-friendly techniques to save money and the earth.

Green isn’t just for Ordinary Time

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Parishes are investing in eco-friendly techniques to save money and the earth.

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