Integral Ecology Seminar / The Record

By Caroline Smith

Visiting theologian Professor Anthony Kelly brought new perspective to Pope Francis’ 2015 encyclical on the environment, Laudato Si’, at a seminar earlier this week.

The event – which was held at the Redemptorist Monastery in North Perth on Tuesday 18 July – was hosted by the Centre for Faith Enrichment (CFE) and the Justice Ecology and Development Office (JEDO).

Auxiliary Bishop Don Sproxton, Prof Anthony Kelly, CFE Director Dr Marco Ceccarelli, CFE Administration Officer Tracey Stevens and JEDO Director Carole Mitchell. Professor Kelly explained how Pope Francis has placed faith at the centre of contemporary concerns for the environment through his encyclical, which calls on Catholics to protect â??our common homeâ??. Photo: Desire Photography.Auxiliary Bishop Don Sproxton, Prof Anthony Kelly, CFE Director Dr Marco Ceccarelli, CFE Administration Officer Tracey Stevens and JEDO Director Carol Mitchell. Professor Kelly explained how Pope Francis has placed faith at the centre of contemporary concerns for the environment through his encyclical, which calls on Catholics to protect ‘our common home’. Photo: Desire Photography.

Speaking to an audience of 50, Professor Kelly explained how Pope Francis has placed faith at the centre of contemporary concerns for the environment through his encyclical, which calls on Catholics to protect ‘our common home’.

Visiting theologian Professor Anthony Kelly, of brought new perspective to Pope Francisâ?? 2015 encyclical on the environment, Laudato Si, at a seminar earlier this week. Photo: Desire Photography.Visiting theologian Professor Anthony Kelly, of brought new perspective to Pope Francis’ 2015 encyclical on the environment, Laudato Si’, at a seminar earlier this week. Photo: Desire Photography.

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