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A readers' guide to 'Laudato Si''

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A readers' guide to 'Laudato Si' is 190 pages and about 40,000 words, but the six chapters flow nicely.The encyclical is great for individual reading but even better for a book club, class, or discussion group. Reading and discussing the encyclical in a group is exactly what is called for because throughout the letter, there are calls to dialogue.

The impact of the encyclical is going to be significant even outside the Catholic church.

So here is a readers' guide with study questions to help in reading the encyclical.

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