The Vital Importance of Service Learning

Our partners at Benedictine College have launched a service learning department to integrate classroom lessons into real-life experience through service to the poor.  Brilliant!  They asked us for our thoughts on this and our recent mission to the Peruvian Andes, and the story is now live.  Check it out! https://www.benedictine.edu/academics/service-learning/newsletter/2017/12-08/importance  

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 […]

What is The Evangelization of Culture?

In his paper “Nature, Culture and the Theology of Reconciliation” delivered for the Creatio Conference in Rio 2013, Alfredo Garcia, a Peruvian Philosopher, stated that “we can affirm that the central problem of mankind in our times rests in the “rupture with reality”.  All of reality is broken, and mankind struggles to relate to it […]

HUMANIZING ECOLOGY

  Strarford and Sophie Caldecott present us a resume of their lecture presented in the frame of WYD held in Rio de Janeiro on July, 2013. This beautiful document have special relevance in the context of the next encyclical about Ecology that our Pope is writing.     Through the pontificates of John Paul II, […]

“NATURE AND CULTURE IN CATHOLIC ENVIRONMENTALISM: ROMANO GUARDINI’S LETTERS FROM LAKE COMO

  Christopher Shannon, in the frame of the last WDY presented us some ideas from Romano Guardini, one of the most profound modern Catholic thinkers, who in 1926 wrote a famous  book called Letters from Lake Como. In this book, Guardini develop a range of questions concerning man’s relation to the natural world, a foundational […]

THE GARDENER’S CHILDREN

This is a beautiful analogy and reflection of André Houssney about biblical stories based on the planet care. In these days close to Christmas Day we must remember that God comes to the world to teach us more about the love for everything that surround us.   “Give a man an acre and he will […]

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