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Ecology and Stewardship

What Catholics Believe about the Environment

Author(s): Agneta Sutton

ISBN13: 9781860828102

ISBN10: 1860828108

Publisher: Catholic Truth Society (1 Sep 2012)

Extent: 56 pages

Binding: Booklet

Size: 14.8 x 10.5 x 0.2 cm

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  • This book presents an overview of the Church’s teaching on the environment drawing from authoritative sources, to help guide Catholic consciences in a difficult and extremely controversial field.

     

    Ecology has become an increasingly important concern in Catholic social teaching during the pontificates of John Paul II and Benedict XVI. The Church treats environmental ecology as inseparable from “human ecology” – the way we treat humanity is connected with the way we treat the rest of creation, and both must be shaped by our love of God the Creator.

     

    This book presents an overview of the Church’s teaching on the environment drawing from authoritative sources, to help guide Catholic consciences in a difficult and extremely controversial field.

     

    Dr Sutton is a Catholic bioethicist, Fellow of the Center for Bioethics and Human Dignity at Trinity International University, and a Visiting Lecturer in bioethics and inter-personal and sexual ethics at Heythrop College, University of London. Her books include Infertility for CTS.

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Ecology and Stewardship