Commitment to Laudato Si' Action Platform

As we celebrate Laudato Si’ Week, 22-29 May 2022 to mark the seventh anniversary of Pope Francis' Encyclical on the Care of Creation, we are joining hundreds of thousands of Catholics to celebrate the progress made in bringing the Pope’s encyclical Laudato Si’ to life.  It is also a way to intensify our efforts through the Laudato Si’ Action Platform, promoted by the Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development.

In responding to Laudato Si’s call to integral ecology, we have made a conscious commitment to justice, peace and integrity of creation that prompts us to join and be part of the large network of individuals and collective initiatives towards the 7 year journey to ecological conversion.  This video clip by our Superior General, Sr. Monica Mary Ncube, is in support and promotion of the Laudato Si' Action Platform on Care for our Common Home.

pdfLaudato Si' Congregational Action Plan

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Season of Creation 2021 + Healthy Planet, Healthy People Petition

The headline: “It’s official: July was Earth’s hottest month on record.”

Since scientists began keeping such records 142 years ago, July 2021 was the hottest month in recorded history.

With this news, it can be easy to fall into despair. But that would be a mistake, because we've never been in a better position to bring about change for God's creation.

Join the Season of Creation and lead your community today.

With the climate crisis always in the news, more and more people are looking for concrete ways to help.  The Season of Creation is that opportunity to live out our values and help our sisters and brothers take meaningful action for our common home. TAKE ACTION

You can lead the way by hosting an ecumenical prayer service, organizing a clean-up project, or raising your voice for climate justice by helping others sign the 

Healthy Planet, Healthy People Petition   

Register today on the Season of Creation website, to receive free resources that will help you join this powerful journey of caring for God’s creation and bring about change for our common home. 

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As we embrace the Synodal Journey from 2021 to 2023, let us invite the Holy Spirit to be at work in us so that we may be a community and a people of grace.