Earth Day is Sunday, April 22. This Earth Day, Catholics around the world are joining together for a global day of action.
As people of faith, we treasure God’s creation and seek to protect those who share it, our vulnerable sisters and brothers above all.
CELAM, the Latin American Episcopal Council, has released a letter that gives dioceses important practical advice about how to strengthen their care of creation.
Global Catholic Climate Movement convenes strategic planning discussions in Rome, Assisi
Cape Town, a South African metropolis of nearly 4 million people, could run out of water this May. It’s called “Day Zero.”
This Lent, people who live with the daily reality of climate change and environmental degradation are asking us to repent of harming creation.