Faith-Based Study Guide on Climate Change

By National Catholic Rural Life Conference, July 16, 2012

Here’s a five-part study guide on climate change from the National Catholic Rural Life Conference. Using a reflection/action methodology called Shared Christian Praxis, this study is designed to help people use critical thinking to reflect on their own experiences relating them to their faith and moving them toward future action. Click here for more information and to download the free guide. (Photo by skatoolaki used under Creative Commons License. Thanks!)

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The National Catholic Rural Life Conference was founded in 1923 under the inspiration of Bishop Edwin Vincent O'Hara. Headquartered in Des Moines, Iowa, the organization is comprised of dedicated bishops, laity and religious who are joined in a common effort to serve the rural church, rural people and their communities. See National Catholic Rural Life Conference's website.

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