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Thursday, 31 March 2016 14:44

Pastoral resource for engaging with "Laudato Si'"

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LaudatoSi BlueMts150The paper, "Laudato Si': Making the connections" presents hermeneutical keys for Asian pastoral workers to enable them to promote the encycylical and its message, and to interpret its implications for local faith communities.

Written by Sandie Cornish, the Province Director of Mission of the Society of the Sacred Heart in Australia and New Zealand, it was published in Asian Horizons, a peer reviewed theology journal published by Dharmaram Journals.

The paper aims to better equip pastoral workers in Asia to engage more deeply with the meaning and implications of the encyclical for the thinking and action of local churches. Through such engagement, they may be able to make contextualized contributions to the ongoing development of the local and universal social teachings.

Read and download "Laudato Si': Making the connections" by Sandie Cornish.

Find more resources on Laudato Si' and other social justice issues from Social Spirituality, a blog by Sandie Cornish on spirituality and social ethics, contemplation and action, at the service of a faith that does justice.