Organized by 350.org, along with hundreds of partner organizations, including the Global Catholic Climate Movement, the Global Gathering for Just Recovery was held 9-11 April.
Global Climate Strikes are back! Make plans to participate either online or in-person on Friday 19 March. Here’s how!
By Friar Victor Treminio, OFM My name is Victor Treminio, but many know me as Friar Victor. I have been a Franciscan friar since 2016, and I have been happy to serve God with all my heart. I feel happy within the Franciscan charism, which has helped me to live my...
A highway to heaven. For we who are committed to nature and creation, it seems like a contradiction. Where and by whom is the Eucharist defined as a highway?
More than 1,000 boys and girls and adults in Tanzania and Burundi recently celebrated the Season of Creation by marching for the climate.
Two of the world’s leading and most inspiring climate justice activists will speak at the 10th Annual Desmond Tutu International Peace Lecture on Wednesday 7 October.
Youth from around the world challenged everyone to rethink their relationships with creation on Friday during an inspirational Season of Creation webinar. “Prophetic Voices for Climate Action” featured five remarkable young people who are leading the fight for climate justice around the world.
A climate strike that took place in Birmingham, England, in 2019. Photo by James TrewbyIn-person climate strikes are back! The COVID-19 pandemic forced online many climate strikes during recent months. But “Fridays for Future” has called for a Global Day of Climate...
The Catholic Church stands with youth around the world who will participate in climate strikes on Friday 25 September, Cardinal Jean-Claude Hollerich said in a video.
The lyrics feature words sung in Latin, Italian, French, English, and Swahili. But the song from “Waka Waka” that celebrates Laudato Si’ has one unifying message: it’s time to come together and care for our common home.