Faith And Fracking: A Religious Case For The Environment

June 20, 2013
By Trisha Marczak
Mint Press News

The hydraulic fracking debate has already gotten political. Now it’s getting religious.

A Catholic diocese in England is stepping up to the front lines of the fracking debate, urging parishioners to think twice before supporting a drilling practice that injects chemicals and silica sand into the earth to break up rock formations where oil is hidden.