The Catholic Climate Covenant is cosponsoring the Chasing Ice Tour, a pilot project in Ohio while collaborating with the Diocese of Columbus to promote the tour locally. The Diocese of Columbus is participating in this as part of a larger initiative in Columbus to generate a greater willingness to tackle climate change.This project will dramatically expand the effort initiated by the 2013 Feast of St. Francis program, Melting Ice, Mending Creation.
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In response to the President’s State of the Union address, the National Religious Partnership for the Environment (of which the USCCB and the Coalition are members) issued a statement to the President: In the coming months as you make key decisions regarding climate change and energy policy, we urge you to be guided by a moral framework that includes not only being responsible stewards of God’s creation, but protecting poor and vulnerable populations in the US and abroad while meeting our obligations to future generations.Read the entire statement here.
As an alternative to the material consumption–on full display in our nation’s “Black Friday” and “Cyber Monday”– that Pope Francis has spoken about, Giving Tuesday (Dec. 3) presents a way putting our money where our heart is, in the use of our financial resources for charitable causes that contribute to a better future. By choosing to give a gift to the Coalition on Giving Tuesday, you are contributing to the expansion of our outreach to youth, colleges, and facilities managers. We invite you to give an “alternative gift” by selecting “in honor of” a person on our donation page.