Thousands of communities across the globe have come together for the annual celebration of prayer and action for our common home, which concludes on 4 October, the feast day of St. Francis of Assisi.
Jonas Nduwimana’s journey with Laudato Si’ began in 2016 when the Burundi native studied Pope Francis’ encyclical on climate change and ecology at Polytechnic University of Gitega in 2016.
The Catholic Climate Covenant hopes to help Catholics around the world experience an ecological conversion this Season of Creation.
Pope Francis on Wednesday encouraged the use of contemplation to help people better care for our common home and avoid further damage to creation, such as the continued melting of Arctic glaciers.
To help tell the stories of this Spirit-filled movement, Global Catholic Climate Movement has launched a podcast.
The entire continent of Africa is poised to lead the renewable energy revolution and provide a more life-giving and cleaner future to its 1.3 billion people, a panel of experts said on Thursday during a Season of Creation webinar.