Today we have a photo essay from the Response to Love Center,in Buffalo, NY, under the leadership of Sr. Mary Johnice Rzadkiewicz (CSSF).
As we continue to get stories from the Victory Noll Sisters Small Grant program winners this year, and how they are using their awards, we share with you a recent update from a winner today!
In a report submitted to the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops as part of the Vatican’s vision for the Synod on Synodality, “Catholic Climate Covenant heard a resounding cry from people across our various interactions for more institutional Church support and help for care for creation efforts.”
Sometimes when a newly married couple moves in together they get a dog. Well, my husband and I decided to get 1,200 worms.
In the Book of Genesis, God’s spirit moves over the waters. Recently, the Creation Care Team at Blessed Sacrament Church in South Charleston, West Virginia decided to move our own spirits — and bodies — over a local waterway in the hopes of cleaning it up.
We are often asked what can we do to help slow climate change?
On May 15, nearly 480 graduates from Saint Michael’s College in Vermont heard from our own Dan Misleh in an inspiring 2022 commencement address.
Of the many things I learned from our Ecospirituality Nights series, I think this was the first – that I am not alone.
St. James Catholic Church on the South Side of Chicago takes walking seriously, much like the pilgrims devoted to its patron saint.
Putting our faith in action for our Common Home