Edit: Sounds like she was included as an afterthought, if they think at all. They probably don't really want anyone Catholic present at the presentation of this thing, because it's not really Catholic anyway.
(Rome) Not three, but four people will present the eco encyclical of Pope Francis to the public on 18 June.
As Vatican spokesman Father Federico Lombardi SJ turned attention to the last "crime" as a draft eco encyclical of Pope Francis became public. Sanctions were made on Tuesday to a Vaticanist of the weekly magazine L'Espresso , which published the draft on its website. Magister himself affirms to have had no effect on the publication, which was decided by the editor.
Vatican spokesman Lombardi also announced that one more person will participate in the announcement of the Eco-Encyclical next Thursday. To date, three presenters were called: Cardinal Peter Turkson, president of the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace; Metropolitan Joannis Zizioulas as a representative of the Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople; Hans Joachim "John" Schellnhuber, director of the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) and member of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate (IPCC).
The Catholic Herald wrote that for the first time in Church history an encyclical will be presented by a Catholic, an Orthodox and an atheist.
Dean of the Best Business School in the USA - Head of the Largest Catholic Aid Organization of the United States
Two days before the presentation a woman was has been added: Carolyn Woo, president of Catholic Relief Services and former dean of the Mendoza College of Business of the University of Notre Dame in the United States. Thus, the confessional and ideological weights were slightly shifted in favor of the Catholic side.
Vatican spokesman Lombardi explained that Carolyn Woo will be present because of her expertise in business and commerce. "Thus a theologian, a naturalist and an economist will present the various aspects of the text," said the Jesuit.
Catholic Relief Services (CRS) was a founded in 1943 by the bishops of the United States during World War II as a Catholic aid organization based in Baltimore in the State of Maryland. Woo took over the presidency of the official aid agency of the Catholic Church in the US in 2012, which has more than 5,000 full-time employees. In previous years, she led a business faculty which was considered the best among all those comparable academic institutions in the United States.
Text: Giuseppe Nardi
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Image: Life Site
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