I imagine God standing with us now, high on a precipice somewhere east of Eden, sharing in our sorrow as we gaze down upon devastation.
The old psalms, with some renovation, can be voices of lament over climate change, pandemics, extinctions and other scourges whipping on Earth. They can also inspire thanksgiving. We’ll use the psalms to open our eyes, minds and hearts.
Restor(y)ing Creation: a good-night story for Earth Day Eve Wednesday nights, 7:00 p.m. EST (1 hr. + Q&A) Fr. Kennedy SJ will present on the meaning of Earth day and draw from his book Reupholstered Psalms: Ancient Songs Sung New. Experience an illustrated, ecological parable that explores the places of activism and faithful trust in …