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Are You Aware?
The recent massive earthquake and tsunami in Japan is almost beyond our comprehension, especially for those who live in areas where earthquakes are rare. The danger of radioactivity from the nuclear plant looms large and the facts change daily. The human and natural devastation in Japan - and other areas in recent history - continues to receive international attention and aid. The scientific community continues to explore the sustainability issues involved.
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Pope Benedict XVI, con’t. - - -
The Church has a responsibility towards creation, and she considers it her duty to exercise that responsibility in public life, in order to protect earth, water and air as gifts of God the Creator meant for everyone, and above all to save humankind from the danger of self-destruction. The degradation of nature is closely linked to the cultural models shaping human coexistence: consequently, “when ‘human ecology’ is respected within society, environmental ecology also benefits”.
Pope Benedict XVI: Caritas in Veritate
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