MagazinesFaith and Ecology: Why We Care for Creation (Summer 2014)

Faith and Ecology: Why We Care for Creation (Summer 2014)

Summer 2014 coverMany may know that the Catholic Church has a lot to say on the environment and the stewardship of creation, but where do these positions come from? This issue of the CRL magazine seeks to answer that question, beginning with a look at Catholic ecological teaching, a tradition that extends from Pope Francis all the way back to Saint Francis of Assisi and beyond. We also profile Catholics from around the country who strive to make the Church’s ecological teachings a lived reality in their varied walks of life.

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