Issue 61 online
Issue 61 of the Nathaniel Report is now available online here here.
You can navigate and enlarge the issue with the tools below the report.
It is also available in PDF format here.
The issue contains articles on euthanasia and cannabis that we trust you will find informative in the lead-up to the referendum questions that all voters will be asked to vote on.
We understand that PDFs are not an ideal format for people who are visually impaired. For those of you who may struggle to read the PDF, there is also an option to have the articles read aloud to you through a web app called Natural Readers:
- Go to https://www.naturalreaders.com/ using your preferred browser
- Click on “Go To Online Reader”
- Drag the PDF file attached to this email and drop in the text box on the natural readers website as per the instructions
- You can choose the accent and the speed of the reader
- Go to the page or article that you wish to have read out and ‘play’ and ‘pause’ as you would with any other audio file.
We trust that you find something of interest in this issue.
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Reading and Re-reading Laudato Si’ – Combining Realism and Optimism with Ethics, Science and Faith Jim McAloon [Synopsis only]
In this article, Jim McAloon offers a succinct overview of Pope Francis’ encyclical letter in Reading and Re-Reading Laudato Si’ – Combining Realism and Optimism with Ethics, Science and Faith. In particular, he draws attention to the distorted relationship that we have formed with the Earth – namely, the idea that our planet is merely a collection of “resources” to be exploited at will. What is needed is a “conversion, a change of mind and heart”.
“The Future is Accessible”: Celebrating the International Day of People with Disability Zachariah Duke [Synopsis only]
In this article, Zachariah Duke reflects on the ways in which, as a community, we can create a culture of hospitality that celebrates the gift of disability throughout the year. The challenge is to make inclusion an integral part of our everyday lives.