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Global Catholic Climate Movement – Justice, Ecology and Development Office

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How will your organization live saintly this month? In his recent TED Countdown talk, Pope Francis asked all of us to take “concrete and pressing actions” to stop the climate crisis.

Countless saints, including St. Francis of Assisi, St. Kateri Tekakwitha, and St. Therese of Lisieux, showed how to take action for creation.

Below, you’ll find a number of ways to follow in their footsteps and act against the climate emergency.

Blessings,

Christina Leaño
Associate Director
Global Catholic Climate Movement

P.S. One of those ways is by joining the Global Laudato Si’ Prayer Service on Friday. Click here to register. More information is below.

P.P.S. Earlier this week, some of you may have received our divestment email by error and more than once. We apologize for the inconvenience.



Celebrating your great work

Pope Francis thanks GCCM Member Organizations

During a recent Sunday Angelus prayer, Pope Francis praised GCCM, Laudato Si’ Circles, and all GCCM Member Organizations that worked hard to bring transformational change throughout the world in the Season of Creation.

 

7:00 New York / 13:00 Rome / 20:00 Manila

Global Laudato Si’ Prayer Service

As the COVID-19 pandemic and the climate crisis rage on, now is the time for our global movement to come together. Unite with Catholics worldwide on Friday to pray and listen to creation’s song, cry, and invitation.

The prayer service will be hosted by members of our network from Asia. We look forward to praying with you!

*Live interpretation available in English, Spanish, Portuguese, and Italian

Member Organization News

Praying together

MAGIS Brasil lights the way, hoping to ‘ignite other fires

MAGIS Brasil reflects on, shares, and plans the program’s journey.

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‘2020: A Franciscan Moment’

Franciscan Action Network: Voting Franciscan values

The year 2020 has been unlike any other. Its challenges call for Franciscan values.

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Resources

From Laudato Si’ to Fratelli Tutti

Caring for our common home as brothers and sisters.

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Breathing Together

We have disrupted the balance between God, creation and humanity

Watch & Read...

Pope: Time for energy transition

Support companies that value sustainability and social justice

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Laudato Si’ Monthly Resource

Every month, GCCM produces a resource to help you grow spiritually.

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