In this issue of the CRC Bulletin, Volume 12, No. 3 – Fall 2015, the articles offer a reflection on Pope Francis’ encyclical Laudato Si’. As the world prepares itself for the United Nations Conference on Climate Change, it is hoped that this issue of the Bulletin will contribute to guide your personal and community reflection.
Overview of this issue:
Timothy Scott, CSB, raises this question: How does Pope Francis’ encyclical, Laudato Si’, impact vowed religious?; Norman Lévesque gives an overview of some of the highlights of Laudato Si’; Michel Proulx, O. PRAEM., looks at the link between the vow of poverty and the ecological conversion we are called to commit too; Lorraine Caza, CND, examines the third chapter of Laudato Si’; Lorraine d’Entremont, SC, highlights the foundational values in Laudato Si’ and outlines the vision it presents for moving forward.
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Laudato Si’ and Vowed Religious
By Timothy Scott, CSB
Laudato Si’, Much More than an Encyclical on Ecology
By Norman Lévesque
Laudato Si’ and the Vow of Poverty
By Michel Proulx, O. PRAEM.
Laudato Si’ – The Human Roots of the Ecological Crisis
By Lorraine Caza, CND
Laudato Si’ – Values and Vision
By Lorraine d’Entremont, SC