Pope Francis' new encyclical, which speaks about how we should treasure our common home, is the first Church document dedicated to the environment. This Encyclical is creating more awareness about our responsibility towards the environment, and the fact that we owe it to our descendants to leave them a better world. All this is even more relevant in the light of the ongoing debate on various projects that have been proposed.
During the presentation of the Encyclical, which was held at the Archbishop's Seminary, Archbishop Charles J. Scicluna stressed upon the Pope's words that our duties towards nature are part and parcel of our Christian faith, regardless of any personal choice. He stated that the Earth forms part of our common inheritance which must be enjoyed by one and all; hence, we must all treat it with respect. The Archbishop appealed to Maltese politicians so that together with the Church, they will work in a spirit of reconciliation and truth in order to ensure a sustainable lifestyle.
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