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Living Water: A Sacramental Commons

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Type: Journal Article
Author: Hart, John
Journal: Catholic Rural Life Magazine
Volume: 45
Date: 2003
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/10535/5263
Sector: New Commons
Water Resource & Irrigation
Subject(s): water resources
water quality
Abstract: From p. 2: "To counteract polluted and privatized water, Earth and its life communities need living water – as a sacramental commons and in the sacramental commons – to be restored and conserved, for the well-being and even the survival of species and the planet. Living water as (and in) a sacramental commons provides for the commons good – the well-being of the Earth home and habitat of the biotic community – and the common good – the well-being of interrelated and interdependent members of the biotic community; living water also provides common goods – Earth benefits needed for the life and well-being of the biotic community."

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