Somos un grupo de profesores del Colegio San José que tiene una sensibilidad especial por el cuidado de la Creación y que busca vivir en mayor armonía con el medio ambiente. Sentimos el desafío de compartir con el resto de la comunidad educativa este sentir ecológico y el mensaje de cuidado y amor por nuestra casa común (en palabras del Papa Francisco en su encíclica Laudato Sî).
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In December 2017 Campion Hall hosted the ‘Connecting Ecologies Symposium’ in Oxford. This symposium brought together politicians, theologians, ecologists, anthropologists and climate scientists for a discussion of how we might positively respond to climate change and ecological crisis.
The Reconciliation with Creation program of the Jesuit Conference Asia Pacific (JCAP) is organizing a series of Living Laudato Si’ workshops in Mindanao this year to contribute to the formation of apostolic communities of practice capable of reconciling with creation. By bringing together the experiences of Jesuits and justice, of communities of practice and discernment, the Living Laudato Si’ workshops allow participants to review their spirituality and discernment towards more effective planning and implementation in the various apostolates.
Being with God in Nature at the Campion Centre of Ignatian Spirituality is a ministry that emerged “out of the desire to invite people to experience the presence that is God in Nature in the Australian landscape, in the hope that with their spiritual encounter with the Spirit there, they would begin an ecological conversion and change they live with the Earth,” according to Peter Saunders, who coordinates the ministry and is one of the ministry’s spiritual directors.
In a joint discernment in the light of the encyclical Laudato Si’, around 120 delegates gathered in Quito, Ecuador from 23 to 27 November for the first Latin American and Caribbean gathering on integral ecology with the theme Disciples-Missionaries, custodians of creation and discussed concerns on human rights, development models, climate change, the church and mineral governance, and resilience and adaptation of communities to climate change.
Ecojesuit, an ecology network of Jesuits and partners from around the world, joined other organizations at COP23 to learn from the global process that is responding to the challenges of climate change and its impact on people and the planet, share experiences, communicate urgent concerns from the local to the global, and take greater collaborative action.