World leaders are meeting in Paris to talk about the welfare of our common home. Henry Longbottom describes what you need to know and what you can do to make a difference.
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Henry was born and bred in Yorkshire, England. After undergraduate studies at Oxford University he went into law, specializing in environmental cases for an international commercial law firm based in the City of London. He's a scholastic for the British Province. Currently studying Theology at Heythrop College in London, when he's not reading Aquinas (often) he enjoys hiking (sometimes), singing polyphony (not often enough) and indulging his nerdy interest in gothic architecture (too often!). He writes a blog: greenjesuit.org
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Prada or Nada?: 3 Simple Fashion Tips from Pope Francis
Henry Longbottom, SJ considers the social, ecological, and spiritual impacts of ‘fast fashion’ in light of Pope Francis.
An Overview of Laudato Si
Henry Longbottom, author of the blog Green Jesuit, provides a summary of the Pope’s just-released encyclical on care for the environment, “Laudato si.”
Laudato Si — Pope Francis’s Ecology Encyclical Is Almost Here!
Henry Longbottom, SJ offers some thoughtful suggestions for how to get ready to read Pope Francis’s forthcoming encyclical.
Why I’d Rather Be a Hypocrite Than a Cynic
With a general election coming up in the UK, Henry Longbottom, SJ considers a Christian response to hypocrisy and cynicism in politics — on either side of the pond.
Pope Francis’s Ecology Encyclical – What Can We Expect?
The word emanating from Vatican corridors is that we can expect to see the long awaited environment-themed encyclical at some point during 2015. The exact date has not been disclosed, but it could coincide with Francis’ apostolic visit to the Philippines in January, a...