Interviews

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.

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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.