Grassroots people of diverse religions are rising to face the climate emergency on Thursday 11 March 2021
Jan Morgan and Graeme Garrett, authors of ‘On the Edge’, teach a practice of attention, responding to the call of the world with an open heart. The energy for change and new ways of being in the world then comes to birth, they say.
An hour in the Sustainable Tunnel with Anglican minister Peter Martin, Geelong Sustainability president Vicki Perrett and Claire Ziegler.
A new initiative presents an opportunity to work with others of faith in responding to the climate crisis in the Geelong region. The Australian Religious Response to Climate Change (ARRCC) is a national interfaith network coordinating faith based climate action
The next Laudato Si’ Circle at St Mary’s is on Wednesday 27 November 2019.Time: 6:00pm to 7:00pmLocation: St Mary’s, downstairs room The format for this gathering will be a minute of contemplative silence, followed by the reading of a letter
The Sustainable Hour no 273 with Margie Abbott, Lauren Sandemen, and Elizabeth Meiler
“Faced with a climate emergency, we must take action accordingly, in order to avoid perpetrating a brutal act of injustice towards the poor and future generations,” said Pope Francis
Irish-Columbian missionary priest and well-known eco-theologian Sean McDonagh explores Pope Francis’ encyclical by touching on the moral and spiritual aspects on what it means to be a Christian in the 21st century by caring for the Earth. Father McDonagh offers
Climate change forum to highlight solutions • School students, churches and sustainability groups collaborate about community-focused sustainability event • A panel of experts at Geelong West Town Hall to provide the latest climate science, solutions and inspire local action •
It is now three years ago Pope Francis published his encyclical letter Laudato Si’, where he told the world that “highly polluting fossil fuels – especially coal, but also oil and, to a lesser degree, gas – needs to be