Posts filed under: Season of Creation

 Loving God, Creator of Heaven, of earth and of all that they contain. Open our minds and touch our hearts, so that we can be part of Creation, your gift. Be present to the needy in these difficult times, especially the poorest and most vulnerable. Help us to show creative...
We celebrate the fifth Anniversary of Laudato Si’. The encyclical remains a timely and forceful call to develop an integral ecology responding to the urgent cry of the poor and cry of Earth. Laudato Si’ is a call to conversion. A call to develop a healthy, broad-based ecological spirituality....
Closing of the Season of Creation Jim Hug, S.J., has some closing reflections drawn from the last two Sunday liturgies of the Season of Creation for this year.  They have been published by the National Catholic Reporter in its online blog and can be read there. The reflections are based...
Hurricanes Harvey and Irma are slowly receding into memory, but only very slowly as the nation begins to take stock and engage in the painful work of rebuilding what has been lost to two “once-in-a-thousand-year weather events” in the last two weeks. The land lies stripped, littered with debris, seemingly...
Violent Storms In 2017, Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria dominated our consciousness.  Their devastating impact remains, most terribly in Puerto Rico, even as we are now in hurricane season again.  It seems helpful to draw upon the rich liturgical resources prepared by the Uniting Church in Australia, Synod of Victoria...