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:
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).
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
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:
1) Advent Calendar 2021-Daring to Hope
Inspired by past Lenten Calendars from the Archdiocese of Washington Care for Creation Committee and Interfaith Power & Light (DC.MD.NoVA), Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Durham, has produced an Advent Calendar with daily ideas for spiritual reflection and actions to care for the poor and our common home.
This set of Homily Helps includes 2nd Sunday of Advent, the Feast of the Immaculate Conception, 3rd Sunday of Advent, 4th Sunday of Advent, Christmas, and the Feast of the Holy Family.
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.