Take A Walk On The Spanish Side with Bear Woznick and Creatio

Bear and Creatio are at it again!  Our Missions and Adventures Director was a guest on Bear’s Woznick’s Deep Adventure radio show.  Ever wonder what it’s like on the Camino de Santiago?  Hear Kevin’s experience walking about 600 miles of it and the role the mysticism of the Camino played in reinvigorating his faith. If […]

Adam Goes Off The DEEP End With EWTN Host Bear Woznick

Recently our Executive Director was a guest on Bear Woznick’s Deep Adventure Radio Show.  They talk about all kinds of things, explore God’s wild side, the creation and evolution of trails, and other topics you won’t want to miss. Big thanks to Bear for the thought-provoking interview! If you’re a regular podcast listener, Adam’s episode […]

Catechesis of Creation – Guest Post: Tom Collingwood

A CRISIS IN CREATION The current debates over environmental issues too often provide little in the way of a faith perspective for understanding and acting to address those issues. CREATIO is initiating with this introductory article a “Crisis in Creation” series to present a Catholic ethic for viewing nature. CREATIO associates are a wide range […]

Canticle of all Creatures

St. Francis of Assisi, whose day was celebrated today, gave us  a great legacy , his love and concern for all creatures, as an expression of God’s love for us. Following  the example of Saint Francis we can get the  reconciliation with creation each day! [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zlL_gkU89LY]

Faith, The Bridge Between God´s Creatures and their Participation in the Understanding of the Greater Meaning of the Creation.

This post is part of the conference  about  “Jesus and Nature: Catholic Perspectives on Environmental Issues”, presented in Rio from July 22-24 for WYD.  Thank you to  Dr. José Duarte de Barros Filho for this  valuable  contribution. Biology and Faith are two marvelous aspects of the majesty, wisdom and love of God

Jungle Violence

Recently my friend Jose Miguel Yturralde sent me an Easter note from the Ecuadorian jungle where he works for an oil company. Jose Miguel has written for this blog before here and here. As a Catholic and environmentalist, he is in a tough position. Now it is the ‘human ecology’ that is being disturbed, with […]

Remembering Pope Benedict XVI: the ‘Green Pope’

Quite rightly, much is being said about Pope Francis and his ecological reflections. But we should not forget Pope Benedict XVI, and how important his papacy was for advancing and understanding a Catholic environmental doctrine, in full continuity with what Pope Francis is teaching. It is hard to explain the importance of Pope Benedict’s on […]

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