Laudato Si’ – Talks on the new environmental encyclical

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Join us for an opening talk and reflection on the new environmental encyclical, by Pope Francis, called Laudato Si’ led by Kieran O’Brien. This will be an opportunity for people to come together and hear a brief overview of this challenging and inspiring text which brings together themes of environmental degradation, climate change, global poverty and faith.

These talks will ‘launch’ a study and reflection series that will follow, allowing time for participants to come back together and go through the document’s key themes and reflect in light of their own faith and background.

These sessions will also be a chance to pray with the text, and to allow space to reflect on how we can respond to the challenges that Pope Francis’ presents to us. These sessions will last around 1 1/2 hours, and will be interactive and fun, allowing time for everyone to engage and reflect on the document in their own way.

“This home of ours is being ruined and that damages everyone, especially the poor,”

Pope Francis 

We are running the talks in Penarth and Fishguard:

PENARTH:

Monday 23rd November, 7:30pm. St Joseph’s Church Hall, Wordsworth Avenue, Penarth CF64 2RL

Poster can be found here: Laudato_Si_Poster_St_Joseph

FISHGUARD:

Tuesday 24th November, 2:00pm. Holy Name Church Hall, Vergam Terrace, Fishguard, SA65 9DF. Poster can be found here Laudato_Si_Poster_Fishguard

Please contact us if you would like any further information. If you are unable to make these talks, but would be interested in having these sessions run in your area please do contact us, we would be delighted to roll these out to whoever would like them.

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About Kieran O'Brien

As CAFOD Diocesan Manager for South Wales I cover the two dioceses of Cardiff and Menevia. I promote and support fundraising, education, campaigning and other CAFOD related initiatives in the area, encouraging as many people as possible to support our work around the world.

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