Creation Care Team

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 creation.

On Care for Our Common Home (Laudato Si’) is the new appeal from Pope Francis addressed to “every person living on this planet” for an inclusive dialogue about how we are shaping the future of our planet. Pope Francis calls the Church and the world to acknowledge the urgency of our environmental challenges and to join him in embarking on a new path. This encyclical is written with both hope and resolve, looking to our common future with candor and humility… Read More

World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation

Pope Francis recently declared September 1 as the World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation.

According to Pope Francis, “The annual World Day of prayer for the Care of Creation offers to individual believers and to the community a precious opportunity to renew our personal participation in this vocation as custodians of creation, raising to God our thanks for the marvelous works that He has entrusted to our care, invoking his help for the protection of creation and his mercy for the sins committed against the world in which we live.” Read More

For Catholic people and parishes, reducing our carbon footprint more than makes sense. Reducing our carbon footprint is a way to live our faith. By reducing our carbon footprint, we care for Creation, the “wonderful gift that God has given us,” in the words of Pope Francis.

By joining together to live justly on the Earth, our Catholic community can make a big difference on climate change. Would you like to join us? After your registration you will receive valuable information and resources, as well as an invitation to our monthly discussion events – together we will educate our parish and help reduce our parish carbon footprint.

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Join Our Creation Care Team!

For Catholic people and parishes, reducing our carbon footprint more than makes sense.  Reducing our carbon footprint is a way to live our faith.  By reducing our carbon footprint, we care for Creation, the “wonderful gift that God has given us,” in the words of Pope Francis.

By joining together to live justly on the Earth, our Catholic community can make a big difference on climate change.  Would you like to join us?  After your registration you will receive valuable information and resources, as well as an invitation to our monthly discussion events – together we will educate our parish and help reduce our parish carbon footprint.  Click Here to Register

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