From the Catholic Climate Covenant, RENEW International, and GreenFaith, Creation at the Crossroads is a small-group resource for studying and internalizing the message of Laudato Si'. Focusing on Pope Francis's message of love as the most potent tool for action, this study guide is a motivational call to action. It can be viewed here.
Laudato Si' is a bi-lingual video released by the Vatican. Displaying the message of Pope Francis's encyclical alongside striking images of the world around us, it is a succinct and relatable presentation of Laudato Si'.
Impact of Climate Change Reflection Guide, from the Sisters of Mercy lays out crucial climate change concerns as they correlate to the critical concerns of the Sisters of Mercy. Outlining issues dealing with the Earth and ecosystems, racism, immigration and internal displacement, escalating conflict, and the education and empowerment of women, this reflection guide warns of the consequences of continued non-action on climate change.
Suggested Prayers to Reflect on Creation, offered up by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops is a collection of reflective and petition prayers for individual or group practice.
A Faith Reflection to Climate Change, from Carmelite NGO presents the faithful with a guide to the Church's teachings on climate change. Containing scriptures, prayers, and the writings of church leaders, this reflection offers insight into the Catholic community's thoughts towards climate change, as well as actions that can be taken to address the issue.
Suggested Scriptures and Hymns to Reflect on Creation, by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops is a collection of verses and hymns for use in specific masses, or in individual or small-group study.
Climate: A Common Good, from Marianne Comfort and Leadership Conference of Women Religious contains an analysis of the social impact of climate change. From devastating natural disasters to widespread crop failure, climate refugees to increased spread of disease, the progress of climate change will continue to impact the poorest populations of the Earth. Pope Francis urges us to consider our individual lifestyle choices, and to make positive changes to protect our vulnerable brothers and sisters.