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Mark Shea: The implications are cosmic

As we saw, the Christians at Corinth somehow seemed to have accepted the idea that Jesus was raised from the dead but found it incredible to believe we could be likewise raised in a glorified body.
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Plenary voices: Theresa Simon

Greetings from Darug Country. In 2015 Pope Francis wrote his encyclical Laudato Si', it is in my view prophetic. The science is clear, in coming years...

Mark Shea: Be confident in the Gospel

Last time in this space we discussed the embarrassment of a Catholic school forbidding its students to wear their uniforms to a climate change...

Encyclical letter inspires classrooms lessons

St Charles’ Catholic Primary School Waverley lead the way on Laudato Si Six years after Pope Francis wrote his encyclical letter on care for the...

Western Sydney Interfaith friendship through Laudato Si

Following the call of Pope Francis, Catholic youth in Western Sydney are taking action to support environmentally conscious initiatives centred on human dignity.

Pope Francis makes Earth Day warning

'The earth never forgives' mistreatment, says Pope on the fifth anniversary of 'Laudato Si'.

Monica Doumit: A flaw in one-issue politics

With the tragic bushfires still raging in a number of Australian towns, the smoky haze covering so many more, firefighters having to battle not...

Jeremy Bell: Is environmental sin possible?

Pope Francis recently mooted the idea of adding to the Catechism the “sin against ecology” or the “ecological sin”. The ecological sin would be...

Sustainable food production needed

The food people buy affects health and environmental problems said speakers at the Vatican.
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