Catholic Ecology
William Patenaude
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Pop quiz: What was last Sunday’s first reading and why is it so important? Before I give the answer, I’ll say that this reading—and the entire biblical text from which it comes—is a topic … more
Why is it important for Catholics to remain active in climate advocacy? Catholics involved in issues of climate change know that some of our brothers and sisters are worried about the engagement … more
Consider how the environmental community speaks to the world: you must change your ways; sacrifice for the good of others; deny your desires. You must become more selfless, charitable, and … more
In recognition of Bishop Tobin’s call for a Year with Mary Our Mother on this the centennial of the Marian apparition at Fatima, I posted on my blog that those involved in ecological protection … more
The funeral for my mom’s Aunt Rose took place four days after a major winter storm and two days before another. It was a bright morning, but a cold, blustery one—a harsh way to say a goodbye to a … more
Last August, I wrote about a six-hour sail that gave new perspectives on life, faith, and the Catholic understanding of ecology. A few weeks ago, another outing on the Able—the sturdy sloop owned … more
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