Laudato Si – On Care for Our Common Home
18th July – 19th July 2016
‘The Earth herself… is among the most abandoned and maltreated of our poor.’
Pope Francis’s second encyclical ‘Laudato Si’ was typically forthright and challenging about the dangers of our indifference to this planet and is an appeal for a dialogue about its future. Far more accessible than traditional cyclicals, ‘Laudato Si’ critiques consumerism and laments environmental degradation and global warming.
Ecologist and theologian Celia Deane-Drummond is a Professor in Theology at the University of Notre Dame and has published over 30 scientific and theological works including The Ethics of Nature and Future Perfect: God, Medicine and Human Identity.
Join us for comment and reflection on this ground-breaking document.
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