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Laudato Si’ Dialogues Newsletter, Twenty-first Issue, May 2024

First, let us join the mighty river by transforming our hearts. This is essential for any other transformation to occur; that “ecological conversion” which [is] the renewal of our relationship with creation.
(Message of His Holiness Pope Francis, for the World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation, September 1, 2023)

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Laudato Si’ Dialogues Newsletter, Twentieth Issue, February 2024

The Story: The power of a Laudato Si' Circle organizing locally

“Start by doing what’s necessary; then do what’s possible; and suddenly you are doing the impossible.”
St. Francis of Assisi

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Members of Port Moody Laudato Si’ Circle, (left to right, circled in blue) Yolanda Broderick, Mark Norbury, Mary Phelps, Catherine Ho, and Justin Arsenault in attendance at Port Moody City Council, January 23, 2024 (photo courtesy of Patrick Perrin, https://tricitiesdispatch.com/class-action-delegation/ )

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Laudato Si’ Dialogues Newsletter, Nineteenth Issue, December 2023

The Story: LAUDATE DEUM and Multilateralism from Below

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Image credit Agnes Richard 2023

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Laudato Si’ Dialogues Newsletter, Eighteenth Issue, September 2023

The Story: On Storms, Difficult Transitions and Silver Linings

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How wonderful is the certainty that each human life is not adrift in the midst of hopeless chaos! LS 65

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Laudato Si’ Dialogues Newsletter Seventeenth Issue July 2023

Announcing the MLSM Canada National Gathering

Sept 27, 2023

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FREE Registration for the MLSM Canada National Gathering

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This Season of Creation Mouvement Laudato Si' Movement - Canada (MLSM Canada) is responding to Pope Francis’ call to “come together”!  We are inviting all MLSM Canada members and supporters as well as Laudato Si’ Animators and other global Laudato Si’ Movement (LSM) members across Canada to our first online MLSM Canada National Gathering on Wednesday, September 27th from 6:00 – 8:00 pm ET.

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Laudato Si’ Dialogues Newsletter Sixteenth Issue May 2023

A tribute to Dr. John Dorner 1947 - 2023

Celebration of a life that exemplified loving and caring for all of Creation

 

With a mixture of regret and fond remembrances we bid Dr. John Dorner goodbye. John has been called home to his place in heaven. The light of his smile and the warmth of his love for all life will continue to glow in our hearts as we carry on the work that he so passionately and generously began.

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The Story: Happily, there is so much Eco News to share!

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In this issue of Laudato Si’ Dialogues we share an expansive number of activities, reflections, and faith led advocacy campaigns.  There are so many, in fact, that we’ll forego a story in favour of sharing the great news of so much going on!

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Thinking Nature Positive: Acting Nature Positive (Part 5)

People honour “Cookie”, the slice of a felled Douglas Fir from Fairy Creek, BC brought to COP15 to illustrate biodiversity loss in Canada. Photo credit: #Ada’itsx/Fairy Creek Blockade
People honour “Cookie”, the slice of a felled Douglas Fir from Fairy Creek, BC brought to COP15 to illustrate biodiversity loss in Canada. Photo credit: #Ada’itsx/Fairy Creek Blockade

 

In December, MLSM Canada’s Agnes Richard and Karen Van Loon were in Montréal during the UN Biodiversity Conference COP15. They reflect on their experiences at COP15 and parallel events in a 5-part blog series.

Authors: Agnes Richard and Karen Van Loon 

 

 

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Thinking Nature Positive: Indigenous Peoples Lead (Part 4)

“Indigenous Peoples sustain lands and waters not just for our own interests. We do this because we have a responsibility given to us by the Creator to care for these areas for the benefit of everybody. We know that if we take care of the land, the land will take care of us—all of us."
-Valérie Courtois, director of the Indigenous Leadership Initiative which hosted the Indigenous Village (photo) during COP 15 in Montréal.

 

In December, MLSM Canada’s Agnes Richard and Karen Van Loon were in Montréal during the UN Biodiversity Conference COP15. They reflect on their experiences at COP15 and parallel events in a 5-part blog series.

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