Media CenterPope Francis' Encyclical: A Collection of Helpful Resources
To help you prepare for Pope Francis' encyclical, "Praised Be," to be released on June 18, here are some great resources that can help you understand what the encyclical means and what it is calling us to do.
ARTICLES IN THE NEWS
- Dr. Carolyn Woo to Join Pope Francis in Rome to Release Encyclical, news release on CRS Newswire
- Pope Francis and Climate Change: A Catholic Tradition, by Dr. Carolyn Woo on Huffington Post Impact
- Pope Francis' Encyclical on the Environment, by Ashley McKinless on America
- Bishops Urged to Help Catholics Understand Enviro-encyclical from Pope Francis, by Carol Zimmerman of Catholic News Service, posted on America
- Pope Francis and 21st Century Stewardship, by Jonathan Liedl on National Catholic Register
- Here's What the U.S. Bishops Expect from the Pope's New Encyclical, by Kevin Jones on Catholic News Agency
- Getting Ahead of the Spin on the Pope's Environmental Encyclical, by John Allen on Crux
- The Holy See at the United Nations: Climate Change Is Not Only an Environmental Problem, But Also a Matter of Justice, on the Vatican's News.va
- The Church Teaches That Creation Is a Gift..., a Catholic Relief Services webpage with information, prayers, stories from the field, technical reports and many other resources related to the encyclical.
- USCCB Environmental Justice webpage includes many resources, including "Pope Francis Themes on Ecology" and "Quotes from Church Teaching on Ecology"
- Catholic Climate Covenant webpage also offers a wealth of information on Catholic teaching and the environment.
EXPERTS FOR INTERVIEWS
- Joan Rosenhauer, Executive Vice President for U.S. Operations
- Lori Pearson, Senior Policy Advisor, Food Security and Agriculture
- Joe Curry, Country Representative for the Philippines
- Bill Rastetter, Country Representative for Niger and former Regional Director for West Africa
- Jefferson Shriver, Senior Technical Advisor for Value Chains and Market Linkage
To interview our experts, contact Michael Hill at 443-955-7110 or [email protected].
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