The Grammar of Creation: What is Nature Speaking to Us? (And Are We Listening?) – Online
January 30 6:00 pm
In January, join Sr. Damien Marie Savino, Dean of Science & Sustainability at Aquinas College and a Franciscan Sister of the Eucharist with a Ph.D. in Environmental Engineering, as she reflects on the ancient notion of the “grammar of creation” in light of contemporary ecological challenges. In many ways today, creation is “groaning, waiting to be made known” (Romans 8), waiting for humans to hear its cry. Sister Damien Marie will share her “reading” of some key messages from the grammar of creation and how they can help us better understand the nature of Planet Earth, in order to heal its wounds. Time for interactive Q&A with the speaker will be provided.
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