Agnes Richard, like everyone these days, has moments where she feels sad and scared as the COVID-19 pandemic changes all of our lives. But what keeps the coordinator of Canada’s Global Catholic Climate Movement chapter motivated and hopeful is finding ways to connect with others.
Italians Francesco Maria Di Pietro and Massimiliano Muzio can’t recreate their first Ride 4 Creation across Italy. But they’re still finding ways to celebrate Laudato Si’ and its message of ecological conversion ahead of Laudato Si’ Week.
We Catholic musicians want to share two important messages: Firstly, that we are in God’s hands, that we must not lose hope. Secondly, to constantly remember what the authorities tell us: “Stay at home.” It’s one of the main ways to fight the virus.
In May, Lilley will rip up the ryegrass on the 600-square-foot strip of land to plant a garden that will help the farm fight climate change and bring back vital pollinators.
Global Catholic Climate Movement will host online Laudato Si’ Way of the Cross prayer services through the remainder of the Lenten season, to help communities prepare for Easter and to connect virtually during the coronavirus pandemic.
Recently we received a letter from our Minister General requesting prayers for some of our friars who had contracted the deadly coronavirus. This is when the reality of this COVID-19 pandemic hit home, when I knew that my loved ones had been directly affected.