Caring for Creation
Four Australian Catholic orders are jointly and publicly divesting from coal, oil and gas, reports The Guardian Australia.
Catholic Earthcare Australia’s 2016 resource, "Tree of Life", offers Australians the opportunity to share the message of Laudato Si’ and to enable dialogue and action within local Catholic communities.
A mining toolkit produced by the 'Future We Need' (FWN), a faith-based group, aims to raise awareness about the challenges an indigenous community faces when a multi-national company wants to construct a project on their land and for all to be more sensitive to the human and environmental costs entailed in producing goods.
The Global Catholic Climate Movement (GCCM) launched the Eco-Parish Guide for Catholic Parishes. This free guide will be a great resource for your parish to take a first step during Laudato Si’ Week, to celebrate the encyclical’s anniversary with concrete action.
Are you looking for resources to help your parish or local community support and respond to the call of Laudato Si'? Does your parish need to raise awareness on this groundbreaking encyclical on caring for creation?
Communities of four atoll groups in Australia's north have already started moving to neighbouring Bougainville, as their low-lying Pacific homelands disappear under rising seas, reports The Catholic Leader.