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Hear the cry of the Earth
And the cry of the Poor

Hear the cry of the Earth
And the cry of the Poor

Hear the cry of the Earth
And the cry of the Poor

Pope Francis
is calling
for action.
It’s time to
respond.

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Pope Francis urges the world’s 1.2 billion Catholics and all people of good will to take urgent action against the injustice of climate change and the ecological crisis, to protect the poor and future generations. His encyclical letter Laudato Si’ is a compelling call to care for our common home, Earth, building on a long history of Catholic teaching. We are building a vibrant movement to respond to Pope Francis’ call.

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Laudato Si’ Week 2021: Everything you need to know

Laudato Si’ Week 2021: Everything you need to know

Laudato Si’ Week 2021 is here! Here is everything you need to know about the crowning event of the Special Laudato Si’ Anniversary Year: how you can participate in the global events, and how you can create change on the local level and help bring Laudato Si’ to life.
EcoGospel: VI Sunday of Easter. May 09, 2021

EcoGospel: VI Sunday of Easter. May 09, 2021

In this search for what is best for others, in today’s context, it is necessary to include love and care for our common home and all the creatures that inhabit it. The principle: “everything is connected” reveals to us that human life depends on the life of the planet and this makes us think that “to care for the world in which we live means to care for ourselves” (FT 17).
EcoGospel: V Sunday of Easter. May 2, 2021

EcoGospel: V Sunday of Easter. May 2, 2021

We are a hyper-stimulated society, in a world of infinite supply and, without realizing it, we get involved in continuous shopping, in following the next fashion trend, in obtaining the next experience, etc. We suffer the consequences: stress, insecurity, economic problems, the feeling of not being in control of life, etc., and not infrequently we end up with an intimate dissatisfaction about everything. We look for something more.
Laudato Si’ Ministries: How one U.S. diocese launched the ministry that’s transforming their community

Laudato Si’ Ministries: How one U.S. diocese launched the ministry that’s transforming their community

Years ago, Kayla Jacobs didn’t expect to be fielding questions about her job from Catholics all across the U.S. She knew little about Catholic Social Teaching until she was a student at St. Xavier University on the southside of Chicago. “I was like, ‘Wow, people do this full time, you could really [do] Catholic Social Teaching forever?’” she said in a new episode of the Global Catholic Climate Movement podcast.


“Hear both the cry of the earth and the cry of the poor”

– Pope Francis, Laudato Si’