Laudato Si’ Week: An Indian Perspective
“This pandemic and the subsequent lockdown have also been a time to see and marvel and many ways that nature is healing. Beautiful snowcapped mountains can be seen from a distance, beautiful and rare birds are singing in the trees, dolphins are swimming close to our shores and deer and other animals are being sighted. bringing much joy and amazement to the people in this lockdown.
Importantly pollution levels are at an all-time low,” said D’Silva, who serves as Chairperson of the Conference of Catholic Bishops of India’s Commission for Ecology and is the former Secretary of the Climate Change Desk at the Federation of Asian Bishops’ Conferences (FABC).
Making reference to the 2007-2008 post-election violence that the country witnessed, the Bishops further probe, “Have you (politicians) forgotten where we came
Sorry Day has become part of the calendar of commemorations that challenge us to reflect on our colonial history, as well as