South American bishop to tackle climate change at meeting in Peru

Posted Mar 26, 2018

[Anglican Communion News Service] Bishops from across the six countries of the Anglican Church of South America are to meet to discuss ways of tackling the “ever-growing environmental challenges resulting from climate change.” Anglican bishops and other delegates from Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Paraguay, Peru and Uruguay will gather in Lima, Peru, in May “to consider and try to define the role of the church in response to the devastating social and environmental effects of climate change within their respective dioceses.”

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  1. Incasam says:

    It seems clear to me that the Bishops should concentrate on the moral corruption and the decline of morality and fulfill the commission …Go ye …and preach the Word….

    Incasam

  2. den mark wichar says:

    moral corruption & decline of morality include desecration of the planet. self-indulgence, selfishness, self-centeredness, allow desecration of the planet. caring for Earth brings focus outward, away from inward.

    den mark
    Vancouver WA

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