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Daniel R. DiLeo is a Flatley Fellow and Ph.D. candidate in theological ethics at Boston College. His interests lie at the intersection of Catholic social thought, environmental ethics and public theology. He is especially focused on the issue of climate change and discernment of how Catholic theological ethics can contribute to deliberations about national climate policy. He has worked as Project Manager for the Catholic Climate Covenant since 2009, and was also a Mission Intern at the Catholic Health Association from 2009-2011. He is also a regular contributor to Millennial Journal.

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  1. I’ve been searching for an answer on this but find nothing definitive. Since an encyclical confirms orthodox teaching, a papal encyclical, be changed or revoked?

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