Episcopal Commission for Creation Justice of Malaysia, Singapore & Brunei

Episcopal Commission for Creation Justice of Malaysia, Singapore & Brunei The future starts today, not tomorrow. Pope John Paul II The direction for the Episcopal Commission for Creation Justice is set in response to the global climate emergency and all the inherent challenges so carefully extolled by Pope Francis in Laudato Si' mi Signore: Encyclical Letter on Care for Our Common Home (June 2015). A true ecological approach always becomes a social approach; it must integrate questions of justice in debates on the environment, so as to hear both the cry of the earth and the cry...

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Terms and conditions explained Access to and use of this site (‘www.aohd.org’) is provided by Archdiocesan Office for Human Development (AOHD), an entity of the Titular Roman Catholic Archbishop of Kuala Lumpur (TRCAKL), subject to the following terms: By using this site you agree to be legally bound by these terms, which shall take effect immediately on your first use of the site. If you do not agree to be legally bound by all the following terms please do not access and/or use this site. AOHD may change these terms at any time by posting changes online. Please review these terms regularly...

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This website is used to advertise the services of Archdiocesan Office for Human Development (AOHD), with a view to you contacting us to explore what services we offer. Additionally, we use the website to collect job applications. Sales Enquiries There are a number of forms on this website available to contact AOHD for service enquiries. Such forms request company information such as name, contact information and a summary of requirements. There are also phone numbers and email addresses to contact us with. The information you provide us (name, contact details and requirements) is used to contact...

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Encyclicals

Encyclicals Laudato Si’ (May 24, 2015) Pope Francis On Care for Our Common Home Laudato Si addresses humanity's responsibility towards the natural world in the context of contemporary environmental challenges. Beginning by referencing a canticle of Saint Francis of Assisi, Pope Francis addresses the environmental impact of consumerism and irresponsible production. The first chapter highlights recent science on aspects of the ecological crisis as evidence of what is happening to the planet. In the second chapter, Francis addresses the need for awareness of a universal communion with...

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Social Teachings

Social Teachings The social mission of the Catholic Church is an essential and constitutive part of our faith. These are the basic principles of Catholic Social Teachings. Principle of the Dignity of the Human Person Every human person has infinite dignity. All of society must be directed towards the well-being of the human person. Principle of Association Human persons are meant to be in community and have a right to freely associate with one another to achieve the common good. Principle of Participation All human persons have a right and duty to take action...

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Resources

Human Dignity Our sense of dignity is affirmed when our uniqueness is recognised and valued by those around us, as we all become global citizens Resources Social Teachings Find out more ... Encyclicals Find Out More ... News Find out more ...

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