Resources, Reviews...

Review: Partaking of God

This book by Denis Edwards was published in 2014.  The review gives you a summary of the way in which Edwards builds on the theology of Athanasius to shape a contemporary theology influenced by evolutionary and quantum science.  Here is a link to the article mentioned in the review.

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Resources relating to the forthcoming encyclical of Pope Francis

· ABC Religion and Ethics articles:

o   The Sacrament of Creation by Clive Hamilton

o   A response to Clive Hamilton at

NEW From eminent ecotheologican Celia Deane Drummond

· Address to Trocaire, Ireland by Cardinal Turcson:

. Earlier address by Donal Dorr:

NB Turn Down the Heat

 This free online course on Climate Change is offered by the World Bank.  It comes with a recommendation from Edmund Rice International. Please have a look but don’t take too long to decide as it began this week:

From the Big History Institute in Sydney

Hear how Professor David Christian has developed a multidisciplinary approach to telling the story of our universe that has been adopted in high school curriculums in Australia and the USA. Video and photos from the ​Big History​ event are now available on YouTube and Flickr 

Sustainable Living

Recycling Tips

These sites will facilitate your recycling: and

Links for Recycling

Check out this site for useful info and strategies: 

Although this site is from the USA it contains many helfpul suggestions   Thanks to a group of our readers for this link.

Thanks to a reader of our website for this link to info about composting:   There may be adjustments that need to be made for our climate and conditions as the site is from New York.

Ethical Consumption

The Ethical Consumer Group provides you with guides for sustainable shopping and more:

Purchase ecobins for home or work

You can purchase bins online at

Sustainable Seafood App

This app is a guide to purchasing seafood wisely: