The protection of Earth’s vitality, diversity and beauty is a sacred trust. It is the responsibility of every human being.
Reflect on your ability to take pleasure in things, to enter into oneness with the universe, to feel connected to the cosmos. Has your connection increased, diminished or remained the same. – JPIC Spiritual Journey
How do I integrate Justice, Peace and Integrity in my daily life? How much time do I allow to reflect on these essentials?
How can living our lives through the lens of justice, peace and integrity of creation open us to a new way of living our lives today?
The Australian Religious Response to Climate Change is a multi-faith network taking action on climate change. Check their website for the latest information and events.
Can you spot Esmey Herscovitch RSCJ at the Respect Creation interfaith prayer vigil in Sydney’s Martin Place? The vigil was organised by the Faith Ecology Network which brings together people from eleven different faith traditions. Meditations and prayers were led by representatives from the Aboriginal, Anglican, Shia Muslim, Uniting Church, Sikh, Buddhist, Catholic, Jewish, Sunni Muslim, Quaker and Hindu communities. Chant, poems, songs and spoken prayers were used. The ‘Peace Angels’ embraced dance as a meditation. Over one hundred people participated in the Vigil. Some passing by were also welcomed and joined the event. For more information, visit the Faith Ecology Network website.