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Pope Francis' prayer intentions
"Lord Jesus, during this month we lift up those who are mentally disabled. May these brothers and sisters receive the love and help they need to live a dignified life as sons and daughters of our Heavenly Father? We also pray that all of us who bear the name 'Christian' would be inspired by the word of God and therefore be compelled to serve those who are poor and suffering throughout the world."
As stewards of the earth, we are responsible for the management and care of the land and resources which God has entrusted to us. Since the earth's resources have been created by God for the benefit of all, we are to share the goods of the earth and to preserve and care for the goods of the earth. This mandate is rooted in the Bible where we are urged to "cultivate and care for God's creation."
More recently, the U.S. Bishops, in their statement Renewing the Earth, said, "Stewardship implies that we must both care for creation according to the standards that are not of our own making and at the same time be resourceful in finding ways to make the earth flourish." Whatever belongs to God belongs to all.
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