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Going green in Galway spirituality centre

There was fruitful discussion in the Galway Jesuit Centre for Spirituality and Culture as people gathered to explore practical responses to climate change

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Climate change is a justice issue

The JCFJ have put their focus on justice for the poor in their submission to Citizens' Assembly which convenes in Dublin this weekend to discuss climate change

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Advice from one Pope to another

Pope Francis recently presented Donald Trump with a copy of Laudato Si, caring for our common home. Does Pat Riordan SJ think he'll pay heed to it?

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Towards a zero-waste lifestyle

Environmental justice officer Catherine Devitt reports on the importance of pursuing a zero-waste lifestyle

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Who frames the news?

‘Framing the News’ is the title of the latest edition of the Jesuit quarterly journal Studies.  As the title suggests it addresses the theme of communications, both traditional and new, in the current age. Editor Bruce Bradley SJ says in his editorial that we might characterise our current situation as people who are “unwitting inhabitants of a communications bubble, the ...

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How nature heals

Brendan McManus SJ, author of ‘Redemption Road: Grieving along the Camino’,  will give a presentation on ‘The Camino as a Coming Home—the Healing Power of Nature’, as part of the series of lectures on ‘Caring for Our Common Home: Insights and Responses to Laudato Si.’

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Choosing to care for the earth

Gerry Clarke SJ, PP of Gardiner St Church Dublin will give a talk on ‘St. Ignatius on Decision Making in the Light of Laudato Si’, as part of the series of lectures on ‘Caring for our Common Home: Insights & Responses to Laudato Si’.

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Is environmental destruction a sin?

The Irish Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice marked the World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation by raising public awareness of environmental issues.

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