Posts Tagged ‘Environmental care’

Its OK to have bats in the belfry

Monday, May 1st, 2023

In the UK, a multimedia art project entitled On A Wing and A Prayer has been created to help church communities find ways of coexisting with their resident bats. The installation has been commissioned by Bats in Churches, a £5m five-year partnership between Natural England, Bat Conservation Trust, the Church of England, Churches Conservation Trust Read more

Pope and NZ’s climate experts agree

Monday, September 5th, 2022

New Zealand climate experts’ advice is almost identical to the Pope’s. We have to modify our lifestyles. The earth is suffering. Excessive consumption of the earth’s resources has to stop. Or at the very least, change. Modify, says Pope Francis. A major new international report shows 2021 record-breaking greenhouse gas emissions. Despite that, international travel Read more

Fledgling social justice movement connects young Catholics

Monday, July 4th, 2022
fledgling movement

A fledgling movement of social justice and environmentally conscious young Catholics is emerging in Europe. Among the movement is a group of doctoral students and young activists in Belgium. In common with young people in other countries, they’re concerned about the various crises the institutional Church is facing. It is also intended to oppose the Read more