Father Robert Reed reflects on the "ecological conversion" Pope Francis has invited us into with Laudato Si.
Father Robert Reed leads us in a Christian Prayer in Union with Creation, given to us by Pope Francis.
Father Robert Reed explains that analysis of ecological crisis is not enough. Pope Francis states strongly in 'Laudato Si' that analysis must lead to clear action.
Father Robert Reed explores the paradigm of justice that Pope Francis calls for in 'Laudato Si'.
In Chapter 3 of 'Laudato Si', Pope Francis begins to analyze the deeper causes of the Ecological Crisis we are facing.
Father Robert Reed reflects on the call-to-action laid out by Pope Francis in his encyclical, 'Laudato Si'.
Father Robert Reed reflects on Chapter 1 of 'Laudato Si'. In this chapter, Pope Francis decries pollution, deprivation of clean water to the most poor, and the loss of biodiversity throughout the Earth.
Father Robert Reed explores the question at the heart of Pope Francis's Encyclical, 'Laudato Si': "What kind of world do we want to leave?"