Blog Archive

Title Date
Interview with Dr. David Cloutier—Part 3: Nature, natural law, and life at a food coop Oct 21, 2014
Interview with Dr. David Cloutier—Part 2: B16, Wendell Berry, and reckless economies Oct 20, 2014
Interview with Dr. David Cloutier—Part 1: Making all things holy Oct 19, 2014
Bridging faith, hope, and love in the Ocean State Oct 17, 2014
Christ's answer to divisive climates Oct 13, 2014
Interview with Dr. Celia Deane-Drummond. Part 3: Justice, hope, and "the heart of faith."
"Ecology is at the heart of faith."
Oct 10, 2014
Interview with Dr. Celia Deane-Drummond. Part 2: Recovering the cosmic Christ
"If you show that Christ and creation are intimately linked then suddenly the pennies start to drop as to why creation is also important"
Oct 9, 2014
Interview with Dr. Celia Deane-Drummond. Part 1: Global variations in eco-theology
First of a three-part interview with Professor Celia Deane-Drummond of the University of Notre Dame
Oct 8, 2014
Cardinal Turkson, US Church leaders to meet on food, faith, and the environment Oct 7, 2014
Interview with Monsignor Kevin W. Irwin: God, nature, and the liturgy Sep 28, 2014
Responding to hostile climates Sep 28, 2014
Holy See sends message to UN Climate Summit Sep 23, 2014
Forward March! Sep 18, 2014
An eventful Feast of St. Francis Sep 15, 2014
Manila's “Season of Creation” Opens Strong Sep 11, 2014
Remembering Grace: A Proposal for a Busy Time Sep 6, 2014
Regulators Speak: 10 Tips for Exceptional Public Comments Sep 2, 2014
Lessons from bishops gone solar Aug 25, 2014
The greatest service Aug 22, 2014
Being heroes: Filipino Catholics care for creation Aug 17, 2014


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Catholic Ecology posts my regular column in the Rhode Island Catholic, as well as scientific and theological commentary about the latest eco-news, both within and outside of the Catholic Church. What is contained herein is but one person's attempt to teach and defend the Church's teachings - ecological and otherwise. As such, I offer all contents of this blog for approval of the bishops of the Church. It is my hope that nothing herein will lead anyone astray from truth.