On 24 May, young Catholics and their parents, teachers, aunts, and uncles in 100+ Catholic events responded in a big way by joining 1.5 million people in the global climate strike.
This year, 1,000 people committed to eating plant-based meals as part of their practice of Lent. Fasting from meat during Lent is part of our Catholic tradition, and a way to live in the simplicity and humility that Jesus offers us.
The Laudato Si’ Generation is committed to changing the world. Hugo Degryse, a Laudato Si’ Generation member from France, is walking through Latin America to spread the message of Laudato Si’.
Working at GCCM is more than a job: it’s a calling. We’re looking for people from diverse backgrounds who share an entrepreneurial spirit, a commitment to the mission, and a sense of community.
A wave of climate strikes is sounding an alarm on the climate crisis. The strikes’ message is clear–we’re out of time, and we’re taking action now.
Global Catholic Climate Movement and our partners at REPAM, the Amazonian episcopal network, recently hosted a conversation about how Catholics are engaging in the upcoming synod on the Amazon.