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This Saturday, July 27th at 2pm, the Good Faith Book Club will be discussing their current book choice. It is Laudato Si: On care for our common home by Pope Francis.

What will we make of his review of the present ecological crisis, its symptoms and causes? The book was said to represent a watershed in the church's engagement with such urgent challenges as climate change, environmental degradation, and the fate of the poor..

Come and hear our various perspectives and feel free to join in. Everyone is welcome.

To see the summaries of previous discussions, click here.

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