Posts Tagged ‘Laudato Si’

Four Preferences, a way to God

At the beginning of the year, Pope Francis approved the four Universal Apostolic Preferences of the Jesuits  – Discernment and the Spiritual Exercises, Walking with the Excluded, Caring for our […]

Integral changes without conflict

Laudato Si’ is an Encyclical Letter of Pope Francis that lays down an interesting perspective on ecological and societal factors as causes of global changes, such as migration. Even though […]

Finding God in a Leaf

“Finding God in a Leaf” was written by Brian Grogan SJ. It is a series of guided meditations written as short daily paragraphs, leading to a deep understanding of the […]

The future of work after Laudato Si’

Martin Maier, SJ, participated as recently appointed spiritual adviser of UNIAPAC, the International Christian Union of Business Executives, in an International Research Seminar on the theme The Future of Work: Labour […]

The future of work – labour after Laudato Si’

Written by: Fr. Pierre Martinot-Lagarde SJ, The future of work – labour after Laudato Si’ The project presented here aims at addressing the challenges introduced by Laudato Si’ for the […]

Ecojesuit at COP23

Between 6 to 17 November, over 30 Jesuits and partners will hold events during the UN COP23 climate change conference in Bonn, Germany.  Taking place while the UN talks are […]

Campaigning against ‘conflict’ minerals

The dark histories of some of the shiny items adorning our bodies has been popularised by recent Hollywood films and celebrity-backed campaigns. This has permitted the concepts of ‘conflict’ diamonds […]

Paris Agreement marches forward towards implementation

This April saw the launch of the one-year period for national governments to ratify the Paris Agreement on climate change reached at the COP 21 in Paris, the final stage […]

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