Laudato Si’ as a way of life;
Sustainability is the future
“Living Laudato Si’ (LLS) Philippines
steadfastly asserts our belief that easing foreign investments in our nation will not address the Cry of the Poor, the Cry of
the Earth, and other equally significant
social concerns confronted by the
Official statement on the results of the recently concluded UNFCCC 28th Conference of Parties (COP28) in Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Living Laudato Si’ Philippines, driven by its ethical responsibility to advocate the Church's teachings and its moral duty to the integral ecology, reiterates our demands for genuine climate action.
This decisive action not only demonstrates Albay's unwavering commitment but also signifies a groundbreaking pledge to substantially reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
Living Laudato Si' Philippines (LLS) strongly condemns the National Task Force to End Local Communist Armed Conflict (NTF-ELCAC) for misleading the public with their insinuation that the entire Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) supports their cause.
PRESS RELEASE: Living Laudato Si’ Philippines (LLS) is set to launch their latest handbook on sustainability entitled “Sustainable Development Goals and Laudato Si’: Towards Eco-Solidarity,” on April 22, 2021, Thursday, through the online Philippine Earth Day Celebration in partnership with the Earth Day Network Philippines Inc. and the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) at 3:15 PM, Philippine Standard Time.
PRESS RELEASE2 April 2021 ROMBLON, Philippines - In a newly inaugurated religious complex in the Diocese of Romblon, a 500-step stairway from an eco-garden ascending to the world's fourth Living Chapel, is blessed on the 30th of March, 2021, on the hills of Bagsik...
PRESS RELEASE / 07 November 2020On a hill of prayer in Central Philippines, a “living chapel” rises - first in Asia, third in the world. ROMBLON, Philippines - A new Laudato Si’ Living Chapel was inaugurated in the typhoon-hit Philippines, the first in Asia after Rome...
In a red-letter moment for climate justice, Commissioner Roberto Cadiz of the Commission of Human Rights in the Philippines exposed in a side event at the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) 25th Conference of Parties (COP25), “Carbon majors may be legally liable and morally liable,... there are acts of obstruction,... willful obfuscation, criminal intent and there is fraud.”
'What needs to be done' is for leaders in the public and private sectors to stop making excuses and largely favoring the interests of those already with too much, at the expense of literally everything and everyone else.
“I always believed that faith is about conservation and healing. I want to contribute to the healing of the planet and be a testimony that Christianity provides a powerful answer to the challenges of our times when people put that faith into action.”
If you are part of a faith-based organization or advocating for the SDGs, there’s a big chance you would’ve already met this week’s Living Laudato Si’ featured member. BREX AREVALO is an active member of Ecojesuit, the global ecology network of Jesuits and partners,...
In this Season of Creation, Fr. Amado L. Picardal, CSsR shares with us how the Redemptorist Mission Team encouraged community action to respond to a local ecological crisis.
We call on local financial institutions to divest from environmentally harmful activities
Living Laudato Si’ Philippines is a call on our local financial institutions to divest from environmentally-harmful activities to alleviate the rising climate crisis.
Keeping track of Catholic investments in financial institutions and companies.
Nine doable and effective ways on how to show our love and care to our common home.
Laudato Si Schools
A framework based on Laudato Si’ to be integrated in the strategic plan of Catholic schools.