Living the Change, a free program from our partner GreenFaith, is a simple, easy way to make lifestyle choices that protect creation. The initiative gives us the tools to make meaningful choices that lessen our consumption in three key areas.
In more than 320 Catholic climate strikes worldwide, young Catholics marched and prayed on September 20 to demand urgent action in the fight against climate change. As church bells rang in solidarity, the young Catholics — from the Philippines, Ecuador, the USA, Mexico, Pakistan, Ireland and elsewhere — joined four million marchers in climate strikes the world over.
Under a bright sun and clear skies, parish youth led an outdoor service at Christ the King Parish in Clydesdale, Anglican Diocese of Umzimvubu, South Africa, as part of the worldwide Season of Creation celebration.
Celebrating the Season of Creation, the Anglican Youth of Lebombos Diocese in Mozambique marched through the streets of Maxixe carrying the Anglican youth banners. 55 shade trees were planted to green the city.
Young Catholics worldwide will raise their voices for change during the climate strikes on September 20 and 27. And as upcoming leaders of the Laudato Si’ Generation, they’re calling the Church to stand with them.
A diverse group of faith institutions with $11 trillion in assets has committed to divestment from fossil fuels. The signing marks a significant milestone in the burgeoning movement, which began five years ago with institutions that held $50 billion in assets.