Green Monasticism: A Buddhist-Catholic Response to an Environmental Calamity
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In May 2008, Buddhist and Christian monastics gathered at Gethsemani Abbey, Kentucky, to discuss how their respective religions conceived of our relationship with the planet, and what they felt was the responsibility of their faith traditions, orders, and individual communities toward healing both our inner and outer ecology. Green Monasticism collects the wisdom of these scholars and practitioners in a volume that reflects both deep engagement with and critical thinking about protecting the environment.
New York, NY
Environmental Sciences | Religion
Mitchell, Donald W., and William Skudlarek. Green Monasticism: A Buddhist-Catholic Response to an Environmental Calamity. New York: Lantern Books, 2010.