Live Laudato Si’
Pope Francis calls the world’s 1.2 billion Catholics to care for our common home in Laudato Si’, his encyclical letter on ecology and climate change. Pope Francis says that “Living our vocation to be protectors of God’s handiwork is essential to a life of virtue.”
Catholics around the world are pledging to follow Pope Francis and Live Laudato Si’.
The Live Laudato Si’ campaign is a three-year effort to get 1 million Catholic people, parishes, and organizations to pray, act, and advocate for creation.
The first step is to take the Laudato Si’ Pledge.
Your pledge matters
Take the Laudato Si’ Pledge to express your commitment to caring for our common home. You’ll receive tips to live more sustainably, breaking news about Catholic action on climate change, and calls to action. »
As Pope Francis said, ”Never have we so hurt and mistreated our common home as we have in the last two hundred years.”
Your choice matters. Answer the call to protect our common home. By taking the pledge, you will receive information and alerts to put your faith into action.
Share the word
Share the word about the Laudato Si’ Pledge with this toolkit. It has flyers, social media posts, and ideas for how to help your community commit to caring for creation.
Do you work for a Catholic organization” This Laudato Si’ Pledge packet for organizations has other ideas for how to promote the Laudato Si’ Pledge.
Catholics from Brazil to India to the United States are pledging to Live Laudato Si’.
High-level leaders have joined to endorse and promote the campaign, ranging from Pope Francis himself to cardinals to dozens more leaders.
Watch this inspiring video message from Cardinal Tagle, Archbishop of Manila and President of Caritas Internationalis: