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Blog: On Laudato Si’/ On Care for Our Common Home

Sister Elizabeth Geraghty, CSJ, shares her thoughts with excerpts from On Laudato Si/ On Care for Our Common Home. Pope Francis’ entire encyclical is available here. 

Reflections on Laudato Si’ – Part 12

"We must regain the conviction that we need one another, that we have a shared responsibility for others and the world, and that being good and decent are worth it."
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Reflections on Laudato Si’ – Part 11

An integral ecology includes taking time to recover a serene harmony with creation, reflecting on our lifestyle and our ideals, and contemplating the Creator who lives among us and surrounds us,
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Reflections on Laudato Si’ – Part 10

Technological and economic development which does not leave in its wake a better world .... cannot be considered progress.
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Reflections on Laudato Si’ – Part 9

Today, in view of the common good, there is an urgent need for politics and economics to enter into a frank dialogue in the service of life, especially human life.
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Reflections on Laudato Si’ – Part 8

For poor countries, the priorities must be to eliminate extreme poverty and to promote the social development of their people.
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Reflections on Laudato Si’ – Part 7

Our inability to think seriously about future generations is linked to our inability to broaden the scope of our present interests
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