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Why Are We Ecologists? by Pablo Martinez de Anguita

The last two posts addressed the problem of “nature deficit disorder” and how participation in outdoor education and nature activities can facilitate an interest and appreciation for God’s creation. A next step from that appreciation is to develop a stewards contemplation for action often called being an “ecologist”.  Here is where our faith can provide […]

Adventure in the Flood

The John Paul II Adventure Institute lived up to its name last week, full of adventure and faith. The Institute, inspired in its teachings by the Sodalit spirituality and the theology of reconciliation promoted by Creatio, was holding environmental education programs for almost 50 students near Estes Park when the Colorado floods began. The rest […]

Politics and Faith

CNA has a great article summarizing Archbishop Gomez’s call to incorporate faith into politics. The current political climate and the hish stakes for believers concerning freedom of conscience and freedom of religion, only serve to illustrate how important it is to hold a position in “unity of life” in which the faith shapes “how we live […]

Creatio at WYD in Madrid

Amidst the many cultural events at WYD Madrid 2011, there was one that focused on the environment: “Encountering Christ in the beauty of creation”. Below some pictures of the event approved officially by the WYD 2011 committee. Speakers included Pablo Martinez de Anguita, the event organizer, along with Sister Mary Savino of the University of […]

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