CATHOLIC SIGNATORIES OF THE COP22 INTERFAITH STATEMENT
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CATHOLIC SIGNATORIES OF THE COP22 INTERFAITH STATEMENT
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Prof. Neil Ormerod, Professor of Theology, Australian Catholic University Australia
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Jacqueline Remond, National Director, Catholic EarthcareAustralia
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Sr. Prof. Ivone Gebara, Sister of Our LadyBrazil
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Monseñor Padre Luis Infanti, Bishop of Aysén region Chile
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Juan Carlos Castillo, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile, Instituto de Sociologia DepartmentChile
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Prof. Jorge Costadoat, Profesor de Teología de la P. Universidad Católica de Chile Chile
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Prof. Gerardo Gonzalez, Professor de Educacion Religosa, Instituto La Salle
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Fernando Guzmán, Las Procuras de MisionesChile
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Sr. Karoline Mayer Hofbeck, Chairwoman, La Fundación de Beneficencia Cristo ViveChile
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Hermana Marcela Sáenz aci, Conferencia de Religiosas/os de ChileChile
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Edouard Pihèwa Karoue, International President of IMCS Pax Romana France
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Msgr. Stanislas Lalanne Bishop of Pontoise, France CIDSE – International Alliance of Catholic Development OrganisationsFrance
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Marcelo Sánchez Sorondo, Bishop Chancellor of the Pontifical Academies of Sciences and Social Sciences Holy See
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Fr. Kevin O'Neill, SSC, Superior General, Missionary Society of St. ColumbanHong Kong
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Oswald Cardinal Gracias, Archbishop of Bombay, President, Federation of Asian Bishops´ Conferences (FABC)India
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William Crean, Bishop of CloyneIreland
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Archbishop Marco Arnolfo, Archdiocese of VercelliItaly
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H.E. Luigi Bressan, Archbishop of Trento, Archdiocese of Trento, Co-President, Religions for PeaceItaly
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Br. Jaime Campos OFM, General Curia of the Order of Friars MinorItaly
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Fr. Bruno Cadoré, OP, Master of the Order of Preachers, Dominicans Italy
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Fr José Ignacio Garcia SJ, Director, Jesuit European Social CentreItaly
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Bishop Paolo Giulietti, Auxiliary Bishop of Perugia-Città della Pieve Italy
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Br. Rufino Lim, Ass. Director, Office of JPIC of the General Curia of the Order of Friars MinorItaly
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Fr. Michael Perry, OFM Minister General Order of Friars MinorItaly
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Rt. Rev Gregory J. Polan, OSB, Abbot Primate of the Benedictine ConfederationItaly
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Archbishop John Ribat, President of the Federation of Catholic Bishops Conferences of Oceania and the Catholic Bishops Conference of Papua New Guinea and Solomon IslandsOceania
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Lourdes Valencia Arsenio, Convenor, Laudato Si Movement for Laguna Lakes and Climate Change, Archdiocese of Manila Ministry on Ecology Philippines
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Most Rev. Broderick S. Pabillo, D.D, Auxiliary Bishop of the Archdiocese of Manila, Chairman of the Episcopal Commission on the Laity Philippines
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Rt Revd Jonathan Labasan Casimina, Bishop of DavaoPhilippines
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Fr.John Leydon, Global Catholic Climate Movement Pilipinas, Missionary Society of St. Columban (MSSC)Philippines
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Bishop Michele Frank Pollesel, Bishop of the Diocese of UruguayUruguay
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Dr Erin Lothes, Assistant Professor of Theology at the College of Saint ElizabethUSA
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Richard Rohr, O.F.M, Founding Director and Academic Dean of the Living School for Action and ContemplationUSA
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Br. Clark Berge SSF, Minister General, Society of St. FrancisUSA
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Patrick Carolan, Executive Director, Franciscan Action Network USA
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Prof.Celia Deane-Drummond, Professor of Theology, Moral Theology/Christian Ethics, Systematic TheologyUSA
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Tomas Insua, Executive Director, Global Catholic Climate Movement (GCCM)USA
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Gerry Lee, Executive Director, Maryknoll Office for Global ConcernsUSA
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Sr. Patricia McDermott, RSM, President of the Sisters of Mercy of the AmericasUSA
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