This post comes to us from Salesian Missions USA, headquartered in New Rochelle, N.Y., and part of the Don Bosco Network — a worldwide federation
When the Oscars were announced this year, “The Letter: A Message For Our Earth,” which “stars” Pope Francis and five ecological activists, didn’t make the cut.
For centuries, the Catholic Church has taught that abstaining from meat on Fridays is good for the soul.
I spent the first week of this year in Cuchara, Colorado, a small mountain town near the Spanish Peaks.
If you’re eager for your parish or diocese to participate in the Vatican’s Laudato Si’ Action Platform, but don’t know where to start, we have some good news.
Recently I posted to this blog about my frustrations with trying to live Laudato Si when making beverage purchases.
According to health experts, air pollution causes nearly one in five deaths worldwide, not only because it leads to lung and heart diseases, but also dementia and other ailments.
If you asked me earlier this summer about my level of hopefulness for significant climate action this year, my answer might have been dire, but my heart told me to keep the faith alive.
As we enter the annual Season of Creation today on the World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation, and continue the celebration through the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi on October 4th, we are being asked to “Listen to the Voice of Creation.”
John Mundell’s company is located in Indianapolis, Indiana, but his workplace is essentially worldwide.