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The Care for Creation Ministry invites you to our first "Unlocking the Key to Laudato Si’ Film Festival and Art Show" at the Casa...
The Vatican's seven-year plan to widen the reach of Pope Francis' 2015 encyclical on the environment is just what the church needs in a time of global climate change in the mind of Father Emmet Farrell, a retired priest living in San Diego.
Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio of Brooklyn cut the ceremonial ribbon June 10 for a solar-energy project launched to answer Pope Francis' "urgent challenge" to battle climate change and "protect our common home."
When the special Laudato Si' Anniversary Year closes May 24, it will celebrate progress made over the past five years, and it will launch a new wave of initiatives for the next decade in an ongoing response to Pope Francis' call for the care of creation.
With the pull out of the United States from the Paris agreement, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops issued a statement on June 1 regretting the withdrawal from the consortium created by the United Nations Framework Convention on climate change and signed by 197 parties in November 2016.
Dioceses across the U.S. plus efforts abroad are making churches more eco-friendly following last year's encyclical on "Care for Our Common Home."
Pope Francis is calling on Catholics, as well as all people of good will, to look at humanity’s relationship with the earth and how that affects the most vulnerable among us, say local theologians.
The Vatican reports on the encyclical letter of the Holy Father Francis on care for our common home.
The head of the Franciscan order explains the title of Pope Francis' upcoming encyclical on ecology.
As they marked the Season of Creation, Catholics in Africa celebrated the Congo Basin as the second "lung" of the earth and called for its protection to fight climate change.