Season of Creation Webinar #2
The November 8th midterm elections are quickly approaching. As in every election, this opportunity for participation in public life can help Catholics express support for peace, justice, and the protection of creation. Join us to hear about theological foundations for why Catholics are called to vote to protect the environment and about exciting opportunities for everyone to get involved - especially young adults!
A Powerful Opportunity for the Faith Community: Putting Our Faith into Action Through Renewable Energy Investments and Funding
Season of Creation webinar #1: A conversation exploring the incredible new opportunities to put our faith into action that will be available thanks to the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA).
A PowerPoint presentation of St. Francis' Canticle of the Creatures. Special thanks to Linda Lysakowski for this prayer resource. Linda is a member of St Andrew Catholic Community in Boulder City, NV, and a graduate student at Franciscan School of Theology at University of San Diego.
A Laudato Si' study guide in PowerPoint format that is suitable for young adult groups and others. Created by Linda Lysakowski, a member of St Andrew Catholic Community in Boulder City, NV, and a graduate student at Franciscan School of Theology at University of San Diego.
The 2021 program focus is on the call for "Eco-conversion" that is central in the Vatican's Laudato Si' Action Platform (LSAP), and is designed to assist you and your community discern how to engage with the LSAP. The program contains prayers, readings, reflection/discussion questions, a short video, and suggested activities.
In this webinar four Catholic young adults take part in a moving and spirit-filled conversation about:
1) What climate justice means to them.
2) How their faith and/or spirituality informs their work for climate justice.
3) How they imagine their lives in a climate-changed world.
4) What they desire in their relationships with people from other generations, especially older ones, as they confront the climate crisis.
5) Their dreams for the church.