The theme for this year's Season of Creation is "Listen to the Voice of Creation". Please visit the ecumenical Season of Creation website for resources and information of how you and your community can participate in the Season of Creation. For Catholic resources go here and for the 2022 Celebration Guide go here.

Other Prayer and Worship Resources Related to Season of Creation:

  • What is the Season of Creation? Informational flier to accompany the Season of Creation liturgical banner.
  • Season of Creation Liturgical banner may be ordered here (cost is $105 per banner, but also available for free download where you can take them to a local printer).
  • Catholic Climate Covenant's 2022 Feast of St. Francis Program: Ecospirituality: Behold God in Everything!.

  • U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops' Season of Creation Bulletin Insert
  • Catholic Health Association, Season of Creation 2022: Utilizing prayers from Sr. Beatrice Hernandez, OSF, Justice, Peace and Integrity of Creation Coordinator for the Wheaton Franciscans, these reflections are now available on CHA's Prayers and Reflections podcast feed which you can find anywhere you stream podcasts. You can also find these reflections on YouTube

  • Dominican Center, Spirituality for Mission: Season of Creation: Listen to the Voice of Creation 2022 , A Catholic Liturgical Guide (available in English and Spanish)

  • Congregation Sisters of St. Joseph's Daily Season of Creation Reflections

  • Archdiocese of Chicago Season of Creation Resources. Includes materials for schools (Grades 1-5, and weekly materials for 6-12), for parishes, and a list of events.
  • Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis' Season of Creation Calendar: Created by the Archdiocesan Care for Creation Team, this is a calendar with prayers and suggestions for action for the Season of Creation to help people “understand that simple options can make an important difference in our care for creation." Copies of the calendar can be requested at Calendars also are available through parishes in the archdiocese and a public resources tab here.
  • National Catholic Reporter, Season of Creation Daily, a mini 30+ day retreat with 2 minutes a day reflections delivered straight to your inbox. Subscribe here.
  • See U.S. Catholic community events here.