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|This free online Advent Resource, Pathways: Hope for the Journeyis an aid to your Catholic teaching and preaching. It helps us search for God’s presence, revealed over millennia in nature, cultures and people seeking wisdom.
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Each Sunday focuses on a particular grace
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Fr Charles Rue
Columban’s Mission Centre
Dear Carol Mitchell,
Yesterday, the Global Catholic Climate Movement team arrived in Katowice, Poland, to call for a strong response to climate change and unite with others in representing the Catholic Church’s commitment to care for creation.
Throughout the next two weeks, we will be present at the COP, participating in and hosting a wide number of events. A full list of the COP24 events can be found here, and some highlights of ways you can support this work at the COP or from your own country:
- GCCM was able to facilitate the distribution of prayer cards to all Catholic parishes in Poland prior to COP24. On Dec. 9 all 10,000 parishes in Poland will be praying for Our Common Home. You are invited to pray with them.
- The Climate Pilgrims will be arriving on Dec. 8. Those at COP are invited to join all in welcoming them, and those around the world are invited to send prayers to the pilgrims on their journey.
- Also on Dec. 8 we will be joining Caritas Polska to host a full day conference at the Panewniki Franciscan Friary. Register here, and join for all or part of this exciting day featuring climate activists from around the world.
Peace and blessings,
Global Catholic Climate Movement
Global Catholic Climate Movement · United States
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