- Jul 9, 2020
Catholic institutions are beginning to see their investments as a reflection of their values, according to a leading Catholic environmental group.
Father Innocent Mba started teaching his parishioners about conservation, having learned about climate change on Ekene Odigwe’s “Climate Time” radio program, which focuses on raising awareness to reduce the societal impacts of climate change in Nigeria.
Saying he wanted to renew his “urgent call to respond to the ecological crisis,” Pope Francis asked Catholics around the globe to participate in the international observance of “Laudato Si’ Week” May 16-24.
Prudential judgment is the primary mode for faith-filled voting, according to Bishop Robert McElroy.
England’s leading Catholic development charity says the UK must “put its own house in order” before hosting a major United Nations conference on climate change.
Franciscan friar and peasant leader Father Sérgio Görgen is warning a drought in a major food producing state in Brazil could lead to a food crisis in the country.