Prof. Martin Carbajo Núñez
will hold four Webinars every Saturday of July 2020 to give the opportunity to ask questions and make comments to the more than four hundred students that are doing his online course: "Integral Ecology: Franciscan Roots of Laudate Si'
The third of these Webinars will take place on Saturday, July 25, 2020 at 09:00 PM (Amsterdam, Berlin, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna) and will be addressed to the first hundred students of the course who have already passed at least five of the ten units of the course.
This high-level course
presents the Franciscan roots of the encyclical Laudato si'
and of integral ecology. Francis of Assisi is universally recognized as a model and inspiration for all those who try to live in a harmonious relationship with nature. The Franciscan school has articulated his intuitions, laying the foundations of a fraternal approach to ecology that surpasses both the dispotic anthropocentrism and the ecology of administration. We cannot consider ourselves as despotic dominators not even a simple stewards, but rather as brothers and sisters, joyfully responsible for the common house
Three basic course books (in various languages):
- Carbajo Núñez M., Sister Mother Earth. Franciscan roots of the Laudato si'
, Tau, Phoenix AZ 2017, 287 pages.
- Carbajo Núñez M., "Everything is connected" Ecología integral y comunicación in the Digital Era
, Media House, New Delhi 2020.
- Carbajo Núñez M., Ser Franciscano en la era digital. Los retos de la comunicación y de la ecología integral
, Ed. Franciscana, Oñati 2020.