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Letters September 2015

Letters to the editor graphic by Uniting Communications.

Gratitude to Francis Pope Francis’ encyclical Laudato Si is not expensive in book form. I have read it carefully. The pope is in a unique position to address people worldwide on the challenges facing the human family and our “common home”. As he says, it concerns us all. Each of us can do something; together we can do more. Leaders ...

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When the pope calls state to account

Pope Francis waving to a crowd. Photo by Aleteia Image Department.

The latest encyclical to come from the Vatican has sparked a lot of commentary in both religious and mainstream press. Dr John Harrison examines what Laudato si means for Australian Protestants. Christians outside the Roman Catholic tradition are watching with interest the debate among Catholics about the most recent papal encyclical. The issue under debate is not climate change, but ...

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