As a partner with Global Catholic Climate Movement’s Laudato Si’ Week celebrations, we invite you to join Catholics around the globe to say the “Common Prayer for the 5th Anniversary of Laudato Si’” at noon local time on Sunday, May 24.
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Whether you’ve already read Laudato Si’ or this is your first time, join us in reading and discussing the encyclical and exploring ways to integrate its lessons into our lives and communities. Group discussions take place on Wednesdays from 1- 2:15 pm EST. May 13: Chapters 1-2 May 20: Chapters 3-4 May 27: Chapters 5-6 For registration and additional […]
In celebration of the five year anniversary of Pope Francis' environmental encyclical Laudato Si, please join us for an event hosted by the co-chairs of the Senate Climate Solutions Caucus, Senator Mike Braun and Senator Chris Coons, and organized by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, Catholic Charities USA, and Catholic Relief Services. When: Thursday, […]
Register for Webinar Nearly thirty years ago, the U.S. Catholic Conference of Catholic Bishops stated: “At its core, the environmental crisis is a moral challenge. It calls us to examine how we use and share the goods of the earth, what we pass on to future generations, and how we live in harmony with God's […]
As part of the University's celebration of the Ignatian Year, John Carroll University is hosting an virtual international panel of students who will share their concerns and hopes about climate change and our individual and institutional responses to this ecological, social, and economic humanitarian crisis.
Join this Ecospirituality Night with keynote Sr. Joan Brown, OSF, Executive Director of New Mexico Interfaith Power and Light, sharing her thoughts on integral ecology and how spirituality must be a lens to guide work and shift worldviews as we address climate justice and the social, ecological and economic implications.
Join this young adult Ecospirituality Night in conversation with Sr. Joan Brown, OSF, Executive Director of New Mexico Interfaith Power and Light, sharing her thoughts on integral ecology and how spirituality must be a lens to guide work and shift worldviews as we address climate justice and the social, ecological and economic implications.
Join this young adult Ecospirituality Night in conversation with Sharon Lavigne, Founder of RISE St. James. Sharon will share about her advocacy for environmental justice in Cancer Alley, especially through RISE St. James, a faith-based organization which is known for its success in protecting the local community.