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‘Laudato Si’’ two years later: Parishes throughout diocese continue to answer pope’s call to...

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.

‘Laudato Si” at one year: Catholics inspired to act on climate change

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."

Franciscan flavor of Laudato Si’ points to catechesis of ecology

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.

Laudato Si [VIDEO]

The Vatican reports on the encyclical letter of the Holy Father Francis on care for our common home.

Franciscan explains ‘Laudato Si’ [VIDEO]

The head of the Franciscan order explains the title of Pope Francis' upcoming encyclical on ecology.

A church inclusive of women is a more synodal church, speakers say

A more inclusive attitude and a cooperative approach that includes women are needed for the future of the church and society, said a number of Vatican officials.

Unused parcel of mission church property helps feed the hungry

With a parcel of unused land, a small-town Illinois parish has started a community garden to feed the hungry and follow the call to care for the earth in response to one of Pope Francis' encyclicals.

In Amazon document, pope calls for action rooted in conversion of heart

An unusual suggestion in the document was that people turn to poetry and delve into Amazonian stories to discover how unique the region is and to feel more deeply its importance.

Common climate crisis: Regional Church networks tackle shared problems

VATICAN CITY (CNS) — Deforestation, land grabbing and climate change — life-and-death issues raised at the Synod of Bishops for the Amazon — also are wreaking havoc in Central America, Africa, Asia and the Pacific islands.

Canadian cardinal-designate spent decades working with poor, marginalized

https://youtu.be/5AUf9O0uhAM WASHINGTON (CNS) — In working among the world’s poor for many decades, Canadian Cardinal-designate Michael Czerny was one of several Jesuits who volunteered to...