Spiritually, the Easter Season is the most meaningful time of our Liturgical year. During these fifty days we are called to absorb the impact and spiritual meaning of the Resurrection. Then we need to apply it to our lives and our world. That includes the ecological dimension of our lives. The last two chapters of Laudato Si' invite us to understand that Care for our Common Home is a consequence of our belief in Jesus’ resurrection. Chapter 5 focuses on what we need to do, accenting especially the importance of dialoging about our ecological situation, on many fronts. Chapter 6 challenges us to keep growing in our understanding of the situation and undertaking the changes such understanding should prompt in our behaviors. Caring for our Common Home has to be part of both our lifestyle and our spirituality.
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