Justice, Peace and Ecology Articles

Today more than ever we are called to promote a deep care for creation, just social and economic structures, active non-violence in the face of oppression, and a Gospel…

You are invited to study, pray, act and celebrate the power of nonviolence.

In collaboration with our partners at Pax Christi, Columbans are encouraging solidarity…

We are living in the sixth major extinction of life since life began on earth 3.8 billion years ago. The last time something similar happened was at the end of the end of…

Violence in all its forms is sinful because it destroys human dignity and the common good. When violence becomes institutionalized – as poverty, war, racism or…

I believe it is about time to look after and care for our environment and every creature. Time to take care of our true treasure.

The Covid-19 pandemic has paralyzed life at a global level in a short period, and made us realise the interconnectedness and fragility of the world we live in. The next…

Where else is the infinite creativity of the Triune God emerging as we move beyond the suffering toward transformation, liberation, and new life? Hopefully some of it is…

“Myanmar’s biodiversity is a reflection of the diversity of it’s peoples. And their lives are intertwined and interconnected.”

When participating in those Masses does our recalling the memory of Jesus challenge us to go out and get involved in changing society, to stand in solidarity with the…

As Catholic missionaries who have a long history of working in cross-cultural settings around the world, we have seen how police and military violence are used to …

This week, Catholics around the world celebrate the fifth anniversary of Pope Francis’ ground-breaking encyclical letter on ecology, Laudato Si: On Care for Our Common…

History teaches us that pandemics can change things dramatically. Covid-19 will also change history dramatically.