Your Weekly Laudato Si’: 1/24

“Other indicators of the present situation have to do with the depletion of natural resources. We all know that it is not possible to sustain the present level of consumption in developed countries and wealthier sectors of society, where the habit of wasting and discarding has reached unprecedented levels.” (27) Education: Despite rising consumption in

Your Weekly Laudato Si’: 12/12

“Carbon dioxide pollution increases the acidification of the oceans and compromises the marine food chain.” (25) Education: Ocean acidification is the ongoing decline of the pH level of the Earth’s oceans, caused by the ocean’s absorption of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. Ocean acidification has been shown to significantly reduce the ability of reef-building corals

Around the Web: 10/30

Some of the highlights of what I’ve seen and read on the web: Reformation At the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, it’s interesting to see the various ways Catholics approach the topic. Catholic Answers promotes their new Reformation apologetics DVD,while Pope Francis praises founder of Methodism, John Wesley. I think this approach, however, needs to