Laudato Si’, on Care for Our Common Home

Laudato Si’, on Care for Our Common Home
A statue of St. Francis of Assisi is seen in the meditation garden adjacent to The Little Portion of Lourdes Wellness Center in Collingswood. “Laudato Si’,” the title Pope Francis chose for his encyclical on the environment, comes from a hymn of praise by St. Francis of Assisi that emphasizes being in harmony with God, with other creatures and with other human beings, said the head of the Franciscan order. Photo by James A. McBride

A statue of St. Francis of Assisi is seen in the meditation garden adjacent to The Little Portion of Lourdes Wellness Center in Collingswood. “Laudato Si’,” the title Pope Francis chose for his encyclical on the environment, comes from a hymn of praise by St. Francis of Assisi that emphasizes being in harmony with God, with other creatures and with other human beings, said the head of the Franciscan order.
Photo by James A. McBride

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