Here we take a closer look at our creation care responsibilities.
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Monsignor Kevin McGinnell explores the key Biblical symbols between baptism and salvation through Noah in the Old Testament and Christ in the New Testament. He helps us to understand these symbols in our faith and their relevance today in our care for creation and the climate change crisis.
Dr Richard Goode navigates the story of Noah and its clarion call today from his own canal boat in the West Midlands. Richard shows us that through biblical catastrophe, we can find more holistic ways to live in the world through Christ’s saving hope and a renewed vision of creation.
Bishop Peter Brignall explores the biblical foundations of the Eucharist in the Hebrew Scriptures. He locates the great themes and festivals in the cycle of nature revealing the work of the Creator God. Finally, he opens these themes out in the theology of the Eucharist in recent Papal teaching.
David McLoughlin reflects on the Biblical narrative of Noah in both the Old and New Testaments.
Edward de Quay manages the Environmental Advisory Group at the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales. Here he tells us how the Catholic Church is responding to one of the biggest crises currently facing our planet.
Sr Margaret Atkins reveals the crucial connection between the Bible, the lion and the desert.
Fleur Dorrell explores three modern paintings that each reveal a different facet of God’s relationship with the earth.