Resources on the Environment from the CCCB

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Building a New Culture – Central Themes in Recent Church Teaching on the Environment

The CCCB has posted a summary of Catholic Themes on the Environment. From their website …

The world today is rightly concerned about the state of the environment. These concerns are shared by the Church. In his audience with Representatives of the Churches and Ecclesial Communities and of the Different Religions, after being elected to the See of Peter, Pope Francis said that “The Church is likewise conscious of the responsibility which all of us have for our world, for the whole of creation, which we must love and protect.

The Episcopal Commission for Justice and Peace of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (CCCB) has outlined eight central themes in recent Church teaching on the environment. “These reflect on how a Catholic approach to economic questions, social justice, and environmental questions are necessarily viewed in relation to each other,” the Episcopal Commission states in its text which was released today.

Dioceses, parishes, ecclesial movements and other Catholic organizations will wish to reflect on and discuss the Church’s teaching on the environment. The document is available on the CCCB Website and from CCCB Publications. Copies can be ordered by phone at 1-800-769-1147, by email at publi@cccb.ca or online at http://www.cccbpublications.ca.

 

You Love All That Exists… All Things Are Yours, God, Lover of Life…”:  A Pastoral Letter on the Christian Ecological Imperative from the Social Affairs Commission, Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishop– October 4, 2003  Feast of St. Francis of Assisi  (Patron Saint for Ecology)

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  1. Thank you again and again for your very important ministry!

    Peace, Joy and Hope, Steve De Quintal Teacher, St. Mary Catholic Academy, 66 Dufferin Park Ave. Toronto, Ontario M6H-1J6. 416-393-5528 ext. 84293 “that they may have life and have it the full.” “There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it.” – Edith Wharton ***You can always email but a call or a visit will get a quicker response*** ________________________________

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