This interactive book with Paulist Press is intended to invite readers to new just behaviors with engaging practical exercises, reflection pieces, and media clips aimed to change hearts, heads, and the work of our hands. Its pages gives space for a diverse set of voices from the rural south to those across the globe to the voice of Earth herself -- all calling out for ecosocial justice.
Caring for Our Common Home
This book examines the history and development of a ecological theological anthropology - a way to appreciate the intertwining relationship between God, creation, and humanity. With this new lens, human suffering can be re-imagined so that people of faith can better understand the suffering inherent to earth's creative processes and that inflicted by human sin.