When we take seriously the invitation to rivers and streams, fish and fauna to praise and glorify God with us, we also face the full damage that we do when we abuse creation.
Eco Catholic: Enacting the ecological transformation Pope Francis calls for will require new liturgical materials, but work can begin with a new approach to reading Scripture.
The end of the second annual climate change conference at Loyola University Chicago began a transition to a new action phase extending beyond U.S. borders.
The conference, which ran March 19-21, saw the six participant upper Midwest Jesuit universities sharing curricular ideas and resources, with an eye toward developing the best educational practices and forming a strong collaborative force for sustainability and addressing environmental issues in the years ahead.
Eco Catholic: As the facts and threats of climate change surround us, why is it so hard to motivate people to undertake the changes needed?