Includes 5th Sunday of Lent, Palm Sunday, Easter Sunday, and 2nd Sunday of Easter
Eating “lower on the food chain” is a powerful way to answer Pope Francis’ call to Care for Creation, and something we can all do every day.
Special thanks to Vince Stricherz for creating these “Weekly Tips” on Caring for our Common Home. These are intended to be put in your church bulletin each week and are a good way to remind people of how their individual actions can have a huge impact for our Earth.
Resources for the Advent Season:
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Sixth Assessment Overview and Impacts for Leaders in Catholic Schools
Curriculum resource for Catholic educational leaders focused on the 6th Assessment of the Intergovernmental Panel onClimate Change (IPCC), with reflection on its impacts, and tools to discern actions for schools’ campuses, curriculum, communities, and culture. Written by Andra Yeghoian and Collaborating Thought Leaders from CAELI. Catholic context added by Michael Downs.
Catholic Climate Covenant and the Laudato Si’ Movement: Similarities, Differences, and How You Can Engage With Us
A conversation about the related yet distinct missions of Catholic Climate Covenant and Laudato Si' Movement. . We are two organizations both working on care for creation, and sometimes we hear: Are they the same organization? Do they work on the same things? What makes them different?
Staff and volunteers from both organizations describe our similar missions, different approaches, and complementary values and love for creation. We also provide practical ways in which you can engage with both organizations in efforts to advance care for creation in our Church, nation, and world.
In this webinar the U.S. Laudato Si' Action Platform (LSAP) leads for Parishes and Dioceses, Religious Orders, and Colleges and Universities walk you through the latest information on the LSAP launch, how your community can get started with the LSAP and the seven-year journey to sustainability, what each sector is doing in the U.S., and where you can find sector specific information/resources.
Michael Terrien OSB, Archdiocese of Chicago
Sr. Ann Scholz SSND, PhD, Leadership Conference of Women Religious
A motivational, inspirational, and instructional webinar with a fantastic group of Catholic creation care champions!
Webinar gives you:
1) Concrete ideas and innovative examples for how to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Earth Day and the 5th anniversary of Laudato Si”.
2) Information on how other parishes, schools, dioceses, and religious communities have set Laudato Si’ into action.
3) Resources that are available to help you plan for Earth day and Laudato Si' at 5.