- Jan 28, 2020
At a time of increasing urbanization, the “irreplaceable importance” of forests is being “taken for granted and underestimated,” the Vatican’s secretary of state said Sept. 23 at a high-level meeting at the United Nations.
Governments have an unprecedented “moral duty” to take urgent action to combat climate change, Catholic development agencies said.
The leaders of the four Catholic dioceses in Massachusetts are calling on the faithful to address climate change.
The Minnesota Catholic Conference has a program to help spread the message of Pope Francis’s ecological encyclical ‘Laudato Si’ to the people in the pew.
An English bishop is creating a green oasis in the grounds of his residence in the hope of inspiring visitors to heed the call of Pope Francis to “care for our common home.”
Caritas Ghana, the development agency of the Ghana Catholic Bishops’ Conference, organized a workshop for faith-based organizations to help employees learn how to safely and effectively dispose of electronic waste.