Scripture and Theological resources

New! Economic & Ecological Way of the Cross Script reflections and prayers to go along with a public witness remembering the stations of the cross on Good Friday (updated for 2015).

Resource Extraction: Group reflection process designed to explore consumerism and resource extraction.

2nd Pillar Reflection – Public Policy for an Economy of Right Relationship

1st pillar Paradigm Shift: reflection process for groups to better understand how change comes about.

Theological Reflection Process for groups to deepen their analysis of “what we witness” while trying to envision a new reality.

The Affording Hope Project “Leaps and Bounds” – Book this creative presentation for your community now!

“Enough for All” Sermon based on John 4:5-42, given at Ecumenical Advocacy Days 2009 by Rev. John McCullough, executive director and CEO of Church World Service

Ched Myers’ presentation “Pay Attention to the Great Economy!”

Reflections on Luke 12:13-34, Earth Cosmology and Sabbath Economics (PDF). Available for small group sharing; not available for publication or citation at this time.

Videos of Ched’s talk on YouTube:
Ched Myers, part one
Ched Myers, part two
Ched Myers, part three

The Ends of Capitalism and the Ends of Creatures: Finance, Freedom and Festival – Presentation via teleconference by Prof. Michael Northcott, University of Edinburgh, Scottland

Scientific and Spiritual Dimensions of Climate Change – A Study Course – a 9 part, 2 hours each, study course for small groups

Philippine Catholic Bishops’ Pastoral, What Is Happening to Our Beautiful Land

Global Climate Change: A Plea for Dialogue, Prudence, and the Common Good – US Conference of Catholic Bishops

Books:

Christianity and Science: Toward a theology of nature – John Haught

Spirit of Fire: The life and vision of Teilhard de Chardin – Ursula King

The Universe Story – Thomas Berry and Brian Swimme

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