Catholicism, Ecology, and the Environment

Is modern environmentalism compatible with Christianity? Bishop Dominique Rey provides answers to this critical question in this theological reflection on the relationships among God, man, and nature.

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Dominique Rey

Bishop Dominique Rey graduated with a degree in economics at Lyon and obtained a PhD in fiscal policy at Clermont–Ferrand. He served France as a financial inspector in the Ministry of Finance between 1976 and 1979. Bishop Rey earned a degree in theology and a degree in canon law at the Institute Catholique de Paris while studying for the priesthood. A member of the Emmanuel Community, he was ordained as a priest for the diocese of Paris in 1984 and served in various parish and chaplaincy positions until 2000 when he was ordained bishop of Fréjus-Toulon by Cardinal Jean-Marie Lustiger.

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