June 18th, 2019 marks the fourth anniversary of the release of Pope Francis’ encyclical, "Laudato Si’: On Care for Our Common Home." During the past four years, parishes, schools, colleges and universities, healthcare facilities, and religious communities have responded with faith, passion, and enormous creativity to the Pope’s call to care for creation and care for the poor.

In addition, over 200 Catholic leaders will meet at Creighton University for a conference in late June to map out the path to further and more fully integrate Pope Francis's encyclical Laudato Si' and a response to the climate crisis into the life and ministry of the U.S. Catholic Church.

In this webinar, we share the good news of what has happened as well as what lies just ahead so, together, we can build on these efforts.

Laudato Si’ at Four: Momentum Is Building in the U.S. Catholic Church!

Tuesday, June 11th 2019 3 pm (eastern)



Sr. Sheila Kinsey, a member of the Franciscan Sisters Daughters of the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary (FCJM) and executive co-secretary for the International Union Superiors General’s Justice, Peace and Integrity of Creation Commission. Sr. Sheila has led the Sowing Hope for the Planet campaign that has gathered the stories of how congregations have responded to the encyclical in a variety of inspiring ways within their communities and missions.

Brian Roewe, staff writer for National Catholic Reporter and lead reporter for its "Our Common Home" series on faith and climate change.

Jose Aguto, Associate Director, Catholic Climate Covenant