• Published 2011

The Vatican and Ecospirituality: Tensions, Promises and Possibilities for Fostering an Emerging Green Catholic Spirituality

@inproceedings{Hrynkow2011TheVA,
  title={The Vatican and Ecospirituality: Tensions, Promises and Possibilities for Fostering an Emerging Green Catholic Spirituality},
  author={Christopher Hrynkow and Dennis Patrick O'Hara},
  year={2011}
}
800x600 Normal 0 21 false false false FR-BE X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Since John Paul II’s 1990 World Day of Peace Message on the ecological crisis, green themes have been a recurring feature of the Vatican’s public teachings. Working with a selection of Catholic Social Teaching documents, this article explores the Vatican’s reactions to and accommodations of ecospirituality. A critical lens informed by ecotheological ethics is employed to analyse the Vatican’s specific brand of… CONTINUE READING

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