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Maintaining hope in the face of the war against climate change

By Bill Stigliani

Bill Stigliani is a member of the Creation Care team at Old St. Joseph's church in Philadelphia. We are grateful that he will be writing for us.

'My grandson Ever and his generation suffer the burdens of our past sins. I hear their cry and the cry of the planet. It is time, and long overdue, to end our nuclear war against the oceans. It is time to rescue our polar bears and save our butterflies, to reforest the Amazon and make a Franciscan peace with the timber wolf. Global warming is frightening our children, roiling our seas, and robbing the land of its dignity. Indeed, the time for redemption is upon us."

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