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.
This is the first in a series of webinars that will shine light on diocesan care for creation efforts in the United States. In this online seminar you will hear from representatives in the Archdioceses of Atlanta and Chicago present about:
“Encounter for Our Common Home” - a campaign calling upon our fellow Catholics to meet with their U.S. Senators the week of May 2-6, 2022 to support legislation that meaningfully addresses the climate crisis. For more information on Encounter Campaign go to: https://godsplanet.us/advocacy
Watch webinar #2: "The Legislative Encounter" here.
This set of Homily Helps includes the 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th Sundays of Easter (Cycle C) and the The Ascension of the Lord (Cycle C).
The 2021 Earth Day program theme is “Restore Our Common Home”, a theme that addresses how as people of faith we must urgently act to not only protect but restore God’s beautiful gift of creation. The one-hour educational and prayer program is e the perfect way for our families, parishes, schools, and religious communities to prepare for the Vatican’s launch of the Laudato Si’ Action Platform in May 2021.
We are delighted to highlight Catholic Creation Care resources and tools for parish leaders from our friends at The Pastoral Center. Their resources* are designed to coach, equip, and empower parish leaders to invite their community to better care for creation. These materials are recommended to anyone wishing to engage with the Laudato Si' Action Platform.
*Sales from the links below help support the ministry of Catholic Climate Covenant
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.