‘Ecological conversion’ is a commitment, inspired by faith, to change our lives so as to help heal the threefold rupture caused by sin, with God, with other human beings, and with the natural world.
Our Journey to 2030 is about this conversion as a community.
These three documents from Church teaching focus on rebuilding these 3 key relationships.
We are not sure if they were written as a trilogy, but they do read like one. They are all connected.
They all cover all three relationships but exploring each in more detail in each document.
We highly recommend starting with Laudato Si’.
These three documents from Church teaching focus on rebuilding these 3 key relationships.We are not sure if they were written as a trilogy, but they do read like one. They are all connected.They all cover all three relationships but exploring each in more detail in each document. We recommend starting with Laudato Si’.
"If you are right by Him you will inevitably be right with your fellow creatures, just as if all the spokes of a wheel are fitted rightly into the hub and the rim they are bound to be in the right position to one another"
Pope Francis’ groundbreaking 2015 Encyclical letter. Addressed to all people of goodwill, it explores problems facing our planet and its people from a social and faith perspective. It focuses on our inter-connectedness through ecology and our place in the universe as human beings.
This link will take you directly to the pdf on the Vatican website
This link will take you directly to the Catholic Truth Society Website.
A chapter by chapter reading guide from Broken Bay Australia.
A chapter by chapter reading guide from the National Catholic Reporter
This 6th form syllabus is a useful tool for parish courses.
An excellent Lenten prayer resource in the three yearly cycles.
Sr Margaret Atkins unpacks Church tradition and teaching on our environment.
The latest of Pope Francis’ encyclical letters. It focuses on rediscovering a sense of common humanity. It looks at how we engage with politics, society and religion, ensuring we are grounding it in a culture of encounter and friendship rather than fear and self-interest.
Chapter by chapter infographics from the Vatican
A chapter by chapter reading guide from Franciscan Media
A very brief overview of Fratelli Tutti.
CAFOD’s beautiful Fratelli Tutti animation
This document asks us to look at our relationship with God and how this encounter brings joy, mission and a Church that listens and ‘goes forth’.
Getting StartedFind a Local Network
BUILDING A CARING COMMUNITY
-Outdoor Spaces–Appreciating Nature–Parish Allotment–Wildlife Garden
-Getting to Church
-Systemic Change–Political Action
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