Laudato Si’ Generation is the youth branch of the Global Catholic Climate Movement, an international network of over 800 Catholic organizations.
We’re mobilizing for climate justice to call the Church and the world to action. Pope Francis says that “the environment is on loan to each generation, which must then hand it on to the next.” (Laudato Si’ 159)
Who we are
A steering group of young Catholic leaders from around the world helps shape the initiative.
- Doménica Reyes, Global Catholic Climate Movement, Ecuador
- Prince Papa, Global Catholic Climate Movement, Africa
- Analisa Ramsahai, The Franciscan Institute for Personal and Family Development, a ministry of the Sisters of the Sorrowful Mother, Trinidad & Tobago
- Giorgio Gotra, CIDSE, Belgium
- Steeven Kezamutima, Justice Peace and Integrity of Creation Franciscans Africa (JPICFA), Kenya
- Ko (Ngelay) Bede, Holichildhood, Loikaw diocese, Dee Maw Soe parish, Myanmar
- Greta Pilkyte, Brisbane Catholic Education, Australia
- Holly Roberts, Catholic Office for Youth and Young Adults (Archdiocese of Adelaide), Australia
- Innocent Odongo, International Young Catholic Students (IYCS), Uganda
- Lucy Urvina Alejandro , Capítulo Ecuador del Movimiento Católico por el Clima, Ecuador
- Rodne Galicha, Living Laudato Si Philippines, Philippines
- Marinel Ubaldo, Living Laudato Si Philippines, Philippines
- Rebecca Rathbone, Development & Peace – Caritas Canada, Canada
- Richard Francis APEH, Edu4Future, Nigeria based in France
- María Agustina Rodriguez, Argentina
- Kyle Rosenthal, Catholic Divestment Network and Climate Justice at Boston College, USA
- Macson Almeida, Don Bosco Green Alliance, India
- Tomás Insua, Global Catholic Climate Movement, Italy
Laudato Si’ Generation represents a network of groups, movements, and networks of young Catholics.