請支持受 新型冠狀病毒 (COVID-19)疫情影響下的《生命恩泉》
捐款支持


 

 
Posts Tagged ‘Environmental’
 

 
Organic Faith

In recent years, the public has become increasingly concerned about the hazards of pesticides, chemical fertilizers, and genetically modified foods. Some people have started to grow their own produce for health reasons, and some Catholic religious also promote organic gardening. How is organic gardening related to our faith?
Publish date: 2020 - 9 - 19


 
Pope Francis: The best antidote against the misuse of our common home is contemplation

(Vatican News) “Contemplating and caring: these are two attitudes that show the way to correct and re-balance our relationship as human beings with creation.”
Publish date: 2020 - 9 - 16


 
Pope Francis: The earth is not just our home but also God’s home

(CNA) Commenting on the celebration of Earth Day during his general audience Wednesday, Pope Francis urged people to show solidarity with the weak and vulnerable and to protect humanity’s common home.
Publish date: 2020 - 4 - 22


 
「Theme Park」 What to eat when stay at home

This episode of Theme Park will talk about what to eat when staying at home. We are encouraged to stay at home during the pandemic of Covid-19. What food we should choose to buy when cooking at home?
Publish date: 2020 - 3 - 28


 
Radio broadcast – Full episode (March 28, 2020)

「Theme Park」 What to eat when stay at home 「Spiritual Talk」Fifth Sunday of Lent - Fr. Anthony Ho 「Edwin's blog」March 28, 2020
Publish date: 2020 - 3 - 28


 
A Hidden Reptile Expert – Fr. Anthony Bogadek

Fr. Anthony Bogadek, a Salesian priest, has dedicated his life to serve in St. Louis School in Hong Kong. His passion for amphibians and reptiles, as well as his humility and conscientiousness has inspired countless students.
Publish date: 2020 - 2 - 1


 
Music of the Heart – If One Day

This episode of Music of the Heart will share a song that talks about the environment. The host will share about the impact of environmental pollution on us and how we should change our attitude towards life to love the world created by God.
Publish date: 2018 - 10 - 13


 
Fr. Anthony Chang 2: Living Green

Our daily habits, such as drying our hands with paper towels or using disposable cutlery, have significant consequences on the environment. To help save our planet, we can begin by taking a closer look at our everyday habits. Fountain of Grace invited Fr. Anthony Chang to share with us some tips for green living.
Publish date: 2017 - 7 - 8


 
Fr. Anthony Chang 1: Awakening the Green Consciousness

The ecological crisis has reached a critical stage. How should the human race rebuild its relationship with nature? Fountain of Grace invited Fr. Anthony Chang, who has been actively working to raise ecological awareness for more than two decades, to share with us the urgency of saving the environment.
Publish date: 2017 - 7 - 1


 
Food for Thought: Fish Assam

Overfishing worldwide destroys the environment and marine ecology. Would our future generations still have fish to eat? Does fasting during Lent make meals boring for you? Through Fish Assam, a colourful dish, Food for Thought explores these topics with you.
Publish date: 2017 - 3 - 25


 
Pope Francis: When we get caught up in our selfishness, we ruin even the most beautiful things entrusted to us

(CNA/EWTN News) On Wednesday Pope Francis said creation has often suffered because of humanity’s sins and failings, stressing that we must take care of it because as Christians, we see signs of hope in Christ’s Resurrection in nature every day.
Publish date: 2017 - 2 - 22


 
A Green Revelation

How do environmental protection, vegetarianism, gardening, and breastfeeding relate to one another? With a passion for nature, Fr. Anthony Chang has been working persistently to raise the awareness of environmental issues within the Catholic Church in Hong Kong. Through promoting vegetarianism, establishing the Catholic Sustainable Garden of Joy, as well as promoting breastfeeding, Fr. Chang encourages Catholics to be more conscious of the environment in their daily lives.
Publish date: 2017 - 2 - 11


 
A Globe-trotter

Estella Lee, who is well-known among the Chinese community in New Zealand, used to be just a school teacher. But God has led her to a fruitful life that is out of the ordinary. Estella has a great love for the nature, and has been very active in promoting environmental awareness. She co-founded the "Chinese Conservation Education Trust" with a few friends in New Zealand, in order to bring the message of environmental protection to the Chinese community.
Publish date: 2016 - 2 - 20


 
Overview of the Encyclical Laudato si’

The following text offers an overview of the 191 pages of the Encyclical Laudato si' and its key points, along with a summary of each of its six chapters (“What is happening to our common home”, “The Gospel of Creation”, “The human roots of the ecological crisis”, “Integral ecology”, “Lines of approach and action”, and “Ecological education and spirituality”). The Encyclical concludes with an interreligious prayer for our earth and a Christian prayer for Creation.
Publish date: 2015 - 6 - 18


 
Stewards of the Earth

We invited Estella from New Zealand, to share with us her knowledge of nature's ecosystems, the concept of sustainability and our responsibility as Catholics to be environmentally-conscious and active.
Publish date: 2014 - 1 - 18


 
A reflection on marine mud

Publish date: 2013 - 11 - 9