Columban Resources to support Pope Francis' Laudato Si’

Laudato Si audio

In 2015, Columban Missionaries welcomed and celebrated the release of Pope Francis’ Encyclical on the Environment, Laudato Si’ (links to the official page of the encyclical on www.vatican.va). Based on the experiences in the countries where we work, Columban Missionaries around the world have been offering their stories and resources over many years that support the message of Laudato Si’

Read the Columban media release (June 2015): Pope Francis stirs up a storm.

Listen to the Encyclical Letter Laudato Si'Laudato Si' audio podcast

Listen to the Encyclical Letter Laudato Si' produced by the Columbans and narrated by John Doherty.

Laudato Si’ Study and Action Guide

Columban Missionaries in the United States at the Columban Centre for Advocacy and Outreach, have compiled a Laudato Si’ Study and Action Guide to help people learn and reflect on Pope Francis’ teaching, and find direction on ways to respond. Suitable for individuals and small groups.

Columban Liturgy Resources

Click here for up-to-date and deeply prayerful resources that bring together the ecological expertise and knowledge of prayer and liturgy of the Columban missionaries.

Articles

Click here to read from a list of articles and resources published by the Peace, Ecology and Justice office.

Columban Newsletter

  • Read/Subscribe to Columban eBulletin that regularly features topics related to Peace, Ecology and Justice.
  • eConnections newsletter archive featuring articles based on the themes of Peace, Ecology and Justice.

Videos

Stations of the Forests (Australian Version)  Stations of the Forests (DVD Australian Version)
This prayerful resource laments the stages in the death of part of God’s Creation. It incorporates issues related to rainforest destruction: extractive industries, loss of biodiversity and climate change. 
Linking Ecology and Religion Linking Ecology and Religion
How can religion and science enhance each other? Watch a 10-part video series that explores the link between Ecology and Religion and features participants from a week-long immersion program in the Burren National Park, Ireland.

Columban Books

By Fr Sean McDonagh SSC:
(Visit Good Reads to view the book listing below)

  • Climate Change: The Challenge to All of Us
  • Dying for Water
  • Fukushima, The End of Nuclear Energy?
  • Passion for the Earth
  • The Death of Life: The Horror of Extinction
  • The Greening of the Church
  • To Care for the Earth

By Fr Charles Rue SSC:

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