Latest MCC Messenger Reflects on Five Years of Laudato Si'

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In the latest edition of MCC's Messenger, we reflect on the fifth anniversary of Laudato Si', and take a look at our Catholic connection to conservation and care for our common home. The issue features an interview with Missouri Conservation Department (MDC) Deputy Director Aaron Jeffries, who shares some of the highlights of the history of MDC, along with innovative ways the Catholic Church can become involved in conservation efforts. Preceding Laudato Si', the church in Missouri was already an advocate for conservation. We've highlighted one example of a conservation or environmental care project in each Missouri diocese within the pages of this Messenger. 

Look for Messenger in the May 18th edition of the St. Louis Review, and the May 29th edition of the Mirror and Catholic Missourian.

May 19, 2020 - 10:37am
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