Restor(y)ing Creation: A good-night story for Earth Day Eve [Video Story]

Credit: Nan Goodship

This week, Fr. Kennedy SJ, presented on the meaning of Earth day and drew from his book Reupholstered Psalms: Ancient Songs Sung New.

In his session, available below, you will experience an illustrated, ecological parable that explores the places of activism and faithful trust in the face planetary degradation, and the role of human creativity in the healing of Creation. Enjoy!


Fannie Dionne is a historian, a mother of two boys (loves coffee!), and passionate about social justice and ecology. She holds a PhD on Jesuit-Indigenous relations in New France, an MA in French literature and a certificate in communications.

  • Bill Robins
    Posted at 08:56h, 24 April Reply

    Thanks for your reflections! My main answer in ANY situation is THANK YOU! Look for what we can be thankful for in the best and most difficult situations.

  • Peter Bisson
    Posted at 10:55h, 24 April Reply

    Thank you Fannie, Greg, Nan, Pat, José!

  • Joan Broussard
    Posted at 15:58h, 24 April Reply

    Very well done! Thank you.

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