Recently I stood pondering Laudato Si’ and the daily choices we must make to care for our common home in the middle of a grocery aisle – or a few aisles actually.
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I’ve recently begun working as an Intern for Youth and Young Adult Mobilization with Catholic Climate Covenant, something I’m not surprised by since Saint Francis and I go way back.
Nobody likes to count the pounds around Thanksgiving, but at St. Pius X and St. Mary of the Assumption Pastorate in Baltimore, Maryland, it can actually be inspiring.
The California Conference of Catholic Bishops is joining Pope Francis in the launch of the Laudato Si’ Action Platform (LSAP), which kicked off on November 14.
Las Vegas’ nightlife is a prime attraction for risk-takers looking to make a quick buck, but the city’s long days of sunlight struck Deacon Thomas Roberts as a far better opportunity.
Mark’s Gospel passage, read on a recent weekend, featured an account of Jesus trumpeting a single, stand-alone, and rare word to cure a deaf person – EPHPHATHA.
As we tentatively emerge from the Covid pandemic, many of us are starting to think about new routines and new projects we’d like to begin, and thankfully we are happy to announce new funding that may help.
St. Francis’s example calls us to joyful transformation with the whole of God’s creation this Season of Creation
As we celebrate this Season of Creation, we may hear about the idea of an eco-conversion, and the Catholic Climate Covenant’s 2021 Feast of St. Francis Program can help us on this journey. But what is eco-conversion?
In his apostolic exhortation Christus Vivit, Pope Francis encourages young Catholics to be “the protagonists of change.”