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We're All Part of God's Planet
Just as when, united as one body of Christ, we are a reflection of God’s love. Caring for our common home makes us all part of God’s Planet…
This post comes to us from Salesian Missions USA, headquartered in New Rochelle, N.Y., and part of the Don Bosco Network — a worldwide federation of Salesian NGOs. The mission of the U.S.-based nonprofit
When the Oscars were announced this year, “The Letter: A Message For Our Earth,” which “stars” Pope Francis and five ecological activists, didn’t make the cut.
For centuries, the Catholic Church has taught that abstaining from meat on Fridays is good for the soul.
With prospects for substantial climate change legislation fading as midterm elections draw closer, a major Catholic campaign is bringing constituents straight to their senators, writes reporter Brian Roewe in National Catholic Reporter.