Welcoming the publication of Pope Francis’ encyclical Laudato Si on the care of our common home, the Federation of Asian Bishops Conferences (FABC) announced a series of regional seminars for South, South East, East and Central Asia. According to the Climate Change Desk of the FABC, the seminars will “raise… Read More »Climate Change Seminars Organized by FABC
Migration is a hot topic throughout the Asia-Pacific region. The theological journal Asian Horizons devoted the whole December 2014 issue to the topic of migration and poverty. Sandie Cornish contributed an article on Catholic Social Teaching on migration to this issue. Abstract Millions of people are on the move. Often… Read More »Catholic Social Teaching on Migration
How do you see the connection between communion with God, others, and creation, and the effectiveness of evangelisation? How might we nurture deep contemplative communion with Jesus?
Humility, presence, dialogue, simplicity of life, communion with the poor – does this sound like Pope Francis? How would you describe the witness of an authentic Christian life?
Do you see sensitivity to God’s presence in the poor, in cultures and in religious traditions as part of dialogue? How might we cultivate humility and sensitivity in the practice of dialogue?
How might ecological concern and a spirituality of communion be linked? What are some of the dimensions of communion that might be involved?