Environmental Awareness Rooted in Franciscan Spirituality
By Center for Action and Contemplation
Richard Rohr, in conversation with Brie Stoner and Paul Swanson, digs into the Franciscan roots that bear fruit for the current climate crisis. Drawing from the context of our planet’s fragility, the discussion forms around the Franciscan relational viewpoint with the bodies (planetary, human, and non-human), the role of lament, and embodying Franciscan values to be agents of healing.
The transcript for this episode can be found here.
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