The Vatican’s Monsignor Bruno-Marie Duffé and European Union officials sounded loudly the need for a “just recovery” as they reflected on “Laudato Si’” for a third consecutive year.
In the midst of a global pandemic that has exposed the faultlines of injustice in our societies, Catholics united to pray and reflect on how we can build a more just and sustainable future.
Living Laudato Si’ Philippines hopes to inspire people to commit to action this Laudato Si’ Week with its “Laudato Si’ Manifesto.”
As major challenges for the global economy are predicted in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, a diverse group of faith institutions is putting the call for a just economic recovery into practice.
In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, there are so many things we can’t do. But as people of faith, there’s one thing we always can do to enrich our lives. We can pray–together.
Despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, nearly 5,000 Laudato Si’ Animators from all over the world have been coming together every week to learn how we can create a more just and sustainable future.