Tuesday, December 29, 2015

Reflections for a Laudato Si' film festival

  
By Sr. Rose Pacatte    
  
Pope Francis' prophetic environmental encyclical could be a very fine guide indeed to a family film festival or school, parish or group.
 
 
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By Brian Roewe   
   
Thirteen days of negotiations -- and on at least two occasions, around-the-clock sessions -- at COP21 culminated in the first global framework for all nations, rich and poor, to collectively address climate change.
 
 
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Pope Francis' 2015 encyclical on the environment has captured the attention of millions of people all over the world. One of the most important documents of this century, the encyclical puts the Catholic Church firmly behind the environmental movement, calling the world to a conversion that will have a huge impact on how we live, how our economy works, and how governments operate.

In the eBook Caring for our Common Home: A Readers' Guide and Commentary on Pope Francis' Encyclical on the Environment, National Catholic Reporter Senior Analyst Fr. Thomas Reese, SJ provides an introduction, thoughtful questions, in-depth analysis and prompts for discussion.
 
 
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