Take Action November 29

Stand up and join the climate strikes around the world.

Register your action

Whether it’s a march, a moment of silence, or a public prayer service, register your Catholic climate strike here

Register your event on this map of Catholic climate strikes. If you’d like to attend an existing event and don’t find it here, try searching for “November 29 climate strike” and the name of your area. You’re welcome to register that event here and to use all our free resources.

On November 29, people around the world will stand up for climate justice. This is the latest moment in the climate strikes started by Swedish teenager Greta Thunberg.

November 29 is also the 40th anniversary of St. Francis being named the patron saint of ecology. Catholics’ work for climate justice isn’t a flash in the pan. We’re united, we’re strong, and we’re here for the long term.



Join the climate strikes on November 29. Young people are standing up to take back the future. Supported by teachers, parents, and pastors, the message is clear: climate justice can’t wait.


Use free resources to plan and promote your strike.

Laudato Si’ Generation abides by Catholic social teaching, including a commitment to nonviolent action. Please be sure to use these materials in events that reflect the spirit of Laudato Si’.

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Climate strikes 29 November

Climate strikes 29 November

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320+ Catholic climate strikes

320+ Catholic climate strikes

In more than 320 Catholic climate strikes worldwide, young Catholics marched and prayed on September 20 to demand urgent action in the fight against climate change. As church bells rang in solidarity, the young Catholics — from the Philippines, Ecuador, the USA, Mexico, Pakistan, Ireland and elsewhere — joined four million marchers in climate strikes the world over.