Now is the time for Christians to come together, take action, and show the world what love for creation looks like.
Enélida Hernández of the Canary Islands in Spain noticed that her students lacked a connection with nature. With Laudato Si’ in mind, she is changing that.
Mareta Tana wanted to become a better advocate for creation. She learned the basics of caring for the earth as a child, such as how litter and plastics can harm creation, and how we all need to recycle as much as possible.
Carolina Campillay and Germán Lucero are using their Laudato Si’ Animator final project to make sure inmates at an all-women penitentiary in Mendoza, Argentina, also feel God’s love.
Join this movement every first Friday of the month as we unite for Global Laudato Si’ Prayer Services and listen to creation’s song, cry, and invitation.
Dircia Belo knew her home country of Timor-Leste had a problem. The small southeast Asian island nation is largely Catholic, and should be the ideal place for Laudato Si’ to take root.