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.
Get to know more about Jing Henderson, Living Laudato Si Philippines' first featured member of the week.
On the fourth year of President Duterte's administration, we are reminded of the consequences of unsustainable human activity on our health and planet, and that we must not return to the 'normal' we knew.
On July 16, 2019, the Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines released the CBCP Pastoral Letter on Ecology: “An Urgent Call for Ecological Conversion, Hope in the Face of Climate Emergency”.
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The Vatican officially launched the Laudato Si’ Goals as part of the week-long celebrations of the fifth anniversary of Pope Francis’s landmark encyclical on 16 May.
Download the handbook on Sustainable Development Goals and Laudato Si.
Through his vocations and advocacies, Brother Jaazeal Estelou Jakosalem has exemplified what it means to live a life in service to humankind, to all Creation, to the truth, and to God.
With the COVID-19 pandemic causing typical operations to slow down or stop, so do opportunities to push towards sustainability.
Now more than ever, we must renew our commitment to caring for our common home by prioritizing not just the health of human beings, but the well-being of the entire planet.
“This is a time of difficulty but also a time for growing in true discipleship as we strive to follow the Lord in selfless love and service of others.”
The outbreak proves once again that we fail to learn from our history. This reality is not just limited to armed conflicts, political patterns, or social revolutions; it also applies to the way we treat our environment.