I am not really a practicing anything as it relates to religion. I do admire religion, from afar, and will say that I wonder about how the religious see an issue like the climate, the world. Some are taking note.
From the Washington Post this past summer. It’s not an easy charge, it sounds.
At a time when some political leaders have become more cautious about — or have outright rejected — policies aimed at curbing greenhouse gas emissions, several major faith leaders are making environmental care a top spiritual priority.
But they have also struggled to inspire some of their congregants to action.
“Even when there’s a will, there is not always a willingness to act,” said Nigerian Cardinal John Olorunfemi Onaiyekan, one of two cardinals who traveled to the patriarch’s conference. “The spirit is willing, but very often, the flesh is weak.”
Something to pray about, I’m sure.