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Catholic Church strongly urges for nuclear weapons ban at UN treaty review conference

Catholics to press nuclear weapons ban at UN treaty review conference, Dennis Sadowski  Catholic News Service  |  Apr. 24, 2015  It was April 11, 1963, as the Catholic church was in the midst of the Second Vatican Council, that St. 480 more words


PBS Religion & Ethics Video on Buffalo Mass Mob

Here is the link to the the PBS Religion & Ethics story on Buffalo Mass Mob—>


It will also be broadcast on PBS tomorrow nationwide and can be seen in Buffalo on WNED at 12:30pm. 15 more words

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Buffalo Mass Mob Will Be Featured on PBS Sunday

On Sunday, April 19th, Buffalo Mass Mob will be featured on the national PBS news show Religion and Ethics. The producers of the show were in Buffalo for Mass Mob IX at Blessed Trinity Church last month. 108 more words

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International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) being used to derail nuclear deal with Iran ?

Iran nuclear deal: ‘Accusations with very little proof’, DW 14 Apr 15 In an interview with Deutsche Welle, former IAEA nuclear inspector Robert Kelley suspects the nuclear watchdog could be misused as a tool to derail the nuclear deal with Iran.  455 more words


Pope Francis goes all out for nuclear disarmament

Pope Francis’ Latest Mission: Stopping Nuclear Weapons, TIME, 11 Apr 15 Elizabeth Dias  @elizabethjdias “……… The Vatican has long opposed nuclear weapons, but Pope Francis is making the cause one of the top diplomatic priorities of his two-year-old papacy. 206 more words


Anglican bishops speak out - call for divestment from fossil fuels

Anglican bishops’ letter urging fossil fuel divestment Seventeen bishops and archbishops tell Anglican church investments in fossil fuel companies incompatible with a just and sustainable future… 431 more words


Catholic Church throws its weight behind action on climate change

Papal ecology: Protecting all God’s creatures, respecting God’s plan, VATICAN LETTER  By Cindy WoodenCatholic News Service, 26 Mar 15 
VATICAN CITY (CNS) – The Catholic Church supports the efforts of scientists to study the causes and effects of climate change and insists governments and businesses must get serious about specific commitments for protecting the environment.But Pope Francis, like his predecessors, does not pretend to have a technical solution to the problem. 227 more words