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Catholics Going Green - A Small-Group Guide for Learning and Living Environmental Justice

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Description:

This small-group resource examines basic environmental justice themes through the lens of Catholic social teaching and scripture. The compact, ninety-minute session format is perfect for busy adults who want to stay connected with environmental topics in a meaningful, engaged way.

The session topics include:

  1. We Walk on Holy Ground
  2. We Honor the Dignity of the Human Person
  3. We Stand in Solidarity
  4. We Share the Goods of he Earth
  5. We Champion the Cause for Global Human Development
  6. We Answer the Call to Conversion for Life

“Did you know?” facts, profiles of Catholics engaged in environmental ministries, discussion questions, and prayers combine to assist group members in forming local strategies for environmental renewal. Also ideal for interfaith dialogue, campus ministry groups, and themed retreats.

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    Features:

    • ISBN: 9781594712104
    • Pages: 96
    • Trim size: 5.5 x 8.5 inches
    • Edited by: Walter Grazer
    • Format: Booklet
    • Publication date: May 1, 2009

    Ave Maria Press

    Serving the Catholic Community for Over 150 Years!

    Ave Maria Press, established in 1865 by Rev. Edward Sorin, C.S.C., Ave Maria Press remains committed to its core mission in more than 150 years. It began as the third apostolate of Holy Cross in the US and published "The Ave Maria" magazine by Fr. Sorin with three goals in mind: to glorify Mary, highlight Catholic families, and present the best American Catholic writing.

    Ave Maria thrived for over 100 years and became the most popular Catholic magazine in the country. Under the leadership of Rev. Daniel E. Hudson, C.S.C., the magazine grew and started publishing hardcover books. Holy Cross religious, including priests, brothers, and sisters, played essential roles in the magazine's operation. After the magazine ceased publication in 1970, Ave Maria Press focused on book publishing and has since published works by notable Catholic authors.

    Now owned by the United States Province of the Congregation of Holy Cross, Ave Maria Press remains one of the oldest Catholic publishing houses, specializing in religion textbooks, ministry resources, and books on prayer and spirituality.