During this year’s Season of Creation 2020, Catholic Climate Covenant is pleased to host a five-part webinar series, “On the Common Good & Our Common Home,” for U.S. Catholics to:

  • Understand how Catholic social teaching (CST) and creation care are essential to the fullness of faith and the Church’s mission;
  • Facilitate courageous conversations about climate change and Catholic civic participation;
  • Apply Catholic Social Teaching, including creation care, to form one’s conscience ahead of the 2020 elections.

Season of Creation, celebrated annually between September 1st and October 4th, is a special time for Christians. As we are called to renew our faith in the God of all creation and join in prayer and action for the care of our common home, we hope this webinar series will help us on our journey of love in action.

 

Webinar #1:  Held Thursday, September 10, 3:00-4:00 PM EST (Recording Available!)

The first webinar of the series was “Catholic Social Teaching, Politics, and the Fullness of Faith.“ This is the foundational webinar outlining the virtue of political participation and the foundations of Catholic social teaching as essential to the fullness of faith. When you register you will automatically receive a link to the recording.
 

Presenters included:

  • Most Reverend John E. Stowe, OFM Conv., Bishop of Lexington, KY
  • Daniel R. DiLeo, PhD, Director of the Justice and Peace Studies Program at Creighton University
  • Moderator: Dan Misleh, Executive Director of Catholic Climate Covenant
     

VIEW RECORDING HERE of Catholic Social Teaching, Politics, and the Fullness of Faith webinar.

 

Webinar #2: Held Monday, September 14th, 3:00-4:00 PM EST (Recording Available!)

The second webinar in the series, “Climate Change, Our Faith Values, and 2020”, was hosted by Interfaith Power & Light, Catholic Climate Covenant, and Young Evangelicals for Climate Action. This webinar equipped attendees on how to effectively hold ‘courageous conversations’ with their faithful family, friends, and colleagues about the importance of caring for Creation and voting our values.

Presenters include:

  • Dr. Katharine Hayhoe, PhD, endowed professor of political science and director of the Climate Center at Texas Tech University
  • Susan Hendershot, president of Interfaith Power and Light

VIEW RECORDING HERE of Climate Change, Our Faith Values, and 2020.

 

Stay tuned for more information on webinars 3-5! 

Details coming soon, and visit www.CatholicClimateCovenant.org for the latest. When you register for the first webinar, you will automatically receive more details on the other webinars in the series as they are announced.
 

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