Special interviews

Dr. Patrick Fleming: Elevating economics: Loving (and farming) a particular place

Dr. Anthony Strawa (NASA): Pope Francis is "giving people hope"

Dr. Pablo Canziani: Faith, reason, and the future Pope Francis

David Cloutier: Making all things holy Part 1 Part 2Part 3

Celia Deane-Drummond: Recovering the cosmic Christ Part 1Part 2Part 3

Monsignor Kevin W. Irwin: God, nature, and the liturgy

Jame Schaefer: Foundations of Catholic ecology

Veerabhadran Ramanathan: Vatican sustainability conference update: A need for moral authority

Robert Gronski: Bettering rural life with Christ. Part 1 and Part 2

Data series

No. 6. Joe Casola. Partnering to meet climate, energy challenges

No. 5. David Vallee. What the weather can and cannot say about climate

No. 4: Michael Oppenheimer. Climate change and human inertia

No. 3: Peter Raven. Biodiversity lost

No. 2: Robert Brinkmann​. Global sustainability and "the impact of our choices"

No. 1: Samuel Kaplan. On pharmaceuticals and personal care products

By the books

Charlie Camosy's For Love of Animals: Christian Ethics, Consistent Action

Christiana Z. Peppard's Just Water. Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3.

Tobias Winright, editor, Green Discipleship: Catholic Theological Ethics and the Environment.

About the Blog

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.