Laudato Si’ Week News
Laudato Si’ Week News
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On Pentecost Sunday, Catholics sent forth to spread Gospel of Creation
On Pentecost Sunday, Cardinal Tagle led a missionary send-off that sent Catholics to spread the Gospel of Creation to all parts of the world.
Biodiversity and art: Laudato Si’ festival gives glory to God for creation
The “Songs for Creation” Laudato Si’ festival united artists from around the world and called on Catholics to care for biodiversity.
Spotlighting biodiversity during the Laudato Si’ Festival ‘Songs for Creation’
Laudato Si’ Festival “Songs for Creation will lift up the cry of the Earth and shed light on biodiversity problems around the world on Saturday during Laudato Si’ Week.
Catholics unite for Global Action Day for Our Common Home
Catholics around the world came together to take action on Friday, the Global Action Day for Our Common Home of Laudato Si’ Week.
How to undergo an ecological conversion
Religious brothers and sisters share how all of us can undergo an ecological conversion, as Pope Francis calls us to do in Laudato Si’.
New Creation Care Prayer Network committed to healing our common home
To help heal our suffering common home, the Global Catholic Climate Movement has launched the new Creation Care Prayer Network.
Divestment: Catholics’ moral imperative
Laudato Si’ Week 2021 continued on Wednesday with an inspiring dialogue on divestment, energy, and fossil fuels, and how Catholics around the world can lead the divestment movement.
Catholics in Trinidad & Tobago overcoming climate crisis, COVID-19 pandemic
Communities around the world are overcoming obstacles to celebrate the great progress Catholics have made in bringing Laudato Si’ to life during the past six years.
Changing education through Laudato Si’
On the third day of Laudato Si’ Week 2021, leaders and educators from around the world shared how they’re using Laudato Si’ in education to inspire the next generation.
Faith institutions divest from fossil fuels and call for just recovery ahead of G7 and COP26
36 faith institutions from 11 countries announce their commitment to divest and call for just recovery ahead of G7 and COP26.