International Ecumenical Ecological Transformation 

In this newsletter, we explore various resources and ecumenical responses to ecological transformation. 

Dr. Michael Murphy - May 12, 2021

 

Center Director Dr. Trice speaks with Dr. Michael Murphy, Director of Catholic Studies and Director of Loyola’s Hank Center for the Catholic Intellectual Heritage, about Pope Francis' cross-religious call for an integrated life within the Pontiff's groundbreaking 2015 encyclical -- Laudato Si

Dr. Murphy is Director of Catholic Studies and Director of the Hank Center for the Catholic Intellectual Heritage at Loyola Jesuit University in Chicago! Take a listen.

 

Bio-Diversity Webinar: The Road to COP15

On April 20th Cardinal Turkson and Dr. Jane Goodall amplified Pope Francis' Laudato Si in a roundtable webinar, now available to all!

 

Cardinal Turkson and Dr. Jane Goodall amplified It is time to amplify Pope Francis’ teachings in Laudato Si’ to co-create life-giving relationships with creation and inspire thousands of people to do the same with the output of our roundtable, public webinar, education, and advocacy to regenerate healthy ecosystems on Earth. When biodiversity flourishes, human life flourishes.  Learn More 

Additional Resource

For further exploration visit our Religica Theolab Resource: A Religica Response to a Changing Climate

 

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