The much-anticipated launch of the U.S. Catholic Climate Project is here!
NOTE: All who register will receive a recording of the webinar.
Want to be a part of an inter-generational movement led by Catholic youth and young adults making the moral call for climate action? Register to attend the launch webinar on January 23rd at 2 pm (eastern) to learn about this exciting new initiative to gather Catholic faithful from across our Church to mobilize and take actions during the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day and 5th Anniversary of Pope Francis' encyclical, Laudato Si'.
The webinar will describe the vision and goals of the new U.S. Catholic Climate Project, explain how Catholics of all ages can collaborate to galvanize action, organize activities around Earth Day on April 22nd (ED50), and the 5th Anniversary of Laudato Si’ on May 24 (LS5), and especially inspire Catholic youth and young adults to guide/lead this transformational effort.
This is a unique opportunity for the U.S. Catholic Church to rise up in solidarity and accompaniment with the youth of the world. Catholics of all ages, working, praying, and advocating TOGETHER!
- Paul Jarzembowski, Youth and Young Adult Ministries, Secretariat of Laity, Marriage, Family Life and Youth, United States Catholic Conference of Bishops
- Kayla Jacobs, Director of Programs, Laudato Si’ Ministries, Roman Catholic Diocese of Joliet
- Lauren DeSmit, Bon Secours Young Adults Core Team member
Interested? Want to learn more? Join us on January 23rd at 2:00 pm (eastern) to ask questions, seek guidance, learn about resources available.
Questions? Contact Paz Artaza-Regan (Paz@CatholicClimateCovenant.org)