We live in a decisive time for the climate crisis. Scientific analysis and tragic first-hand testimonies also continue to reveal the scale of the crisis, with record-setting heat waves, deadly droughts, and dangerous storms affecting people and places around the world.
Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Tagle opened the 2019 Season of Creation celebration in the Philippines with an appeal: “Let us renew our pledge to respect one another and the web of life.”
Catholic school students can stand up for the gospel and for the planet by joining the next Climate Strikes on September 20 and 27. Pope Francis himself calls Catholic youth to participate.
Dora Salvador was a nurse, wife, mother, activist and leader of her village community association. But for those bent on exploiting the Amazon, she was only one thing: an enemy who stood in the way of their illegal profits.
The forests are burning at a record pace in the Amazon. Record heat continues across much of Europe. Pope Francis even declared a climate emergency in his recent meeting with big oil CEOs. But what does all this mean for people of faith who aren’t pontiffs or CEOs?