Justice, Peace, Integrity<br /> of Creation
Justice, Peace, Integrity<br /> of Creation
Justice, Peace, Integrity<br /> of Creation
Justice, Peace, Integrity<br /> of Creation
Justice, Peace, Integrity<br /> of Creation

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What is this blog about?   It’s about Justice, Peace & Integrity of Creation

Justice, Peace, and Integrity of Creation speaks to the daunting reality that we face in this poor, battered, wounded world. Poverty and starvation, sectarian violence, environmental degradation, global warming, the looming wars over water, the current violence in the name of oil, the battles over land and food, all these call us to change.

The crisis is real, but the first and last word is hope: we hope that there are things worth living for, things that give, bring and sustain life – love, reconciliation, compassion, justice, peace, solidarity and healing. We have indeed crafted a world that is at risk: heeding the Jesus’ message we can turn and live a different way: instead of culturing violence, to culture peace.

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The summit was held in the context of the 76th UN General Assembly, last September 2021. The contributions of the participants to this summit were summarized in five proposals-objectives (See the [...]

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Alongside this social restlessness, sometimes tinged with folkloric nuances, there are political protests in Hong Kong and Kinshasa, in South Africa and Lebanon, not to mention the pacific or violent [...]

When the in-here replaces the in-after

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The Ecological Education. 5thLSGs, Ending part

Pope Francis, Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew and the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby join forces for the first time in an urgent appeal for the future of the planet. For the first time, they [...]

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