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Caring for Creation

Monday, 19 October 2015 21:23

Join the 2015 People's Climate March

seed climate marchCatholic Earthcare Australia invites everyone to take part in the People's Climate March, a global movement that will take place in Australia from the 27th–29th of November, just before world leaders gather at the UN climate talks in Paris. The March aims to demonstrate that we are a broad, diverse, united and powerful coalition committed to change, and that we want global action on climate change.

light the way smallCatholic Earthcare invites all people of all faiths to gather in Sydney on 24 September and join thousands across the globe on the evening before the adoption of the global goals for sustainable development and Pope Francis' address at the United Nations General Assembly to call for urgent action on poverty, inequality and climate change.

logo-paris cop21The recent Islamic Declaration on Climate Change reflects the growing call from various faiths urging governments to take effective climate action in Paris, which include Laudato Si', The General Synod of the Church of England and the Buddhist declaration on climate change, reports Ecojesuit.

Day of Prayer Care CreationCatholic Earthcare Australia is celebrating the very first World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation on September 1 by releasing a short video entitled Laudato Si’ – An urgent appeal for action.

pope francis pray150Join Pope Francis on the World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation on 1 September with an online invitation, prayers, videos and other resources for individuals, groups and parishes to help in prayer and reflection.

clri logoThe Conference of Leaders of Religious Institutes in NSW or CLRI(NSW) has published its latest issue of Watermark, offering commentary and reflections on Laudato Si', the papal encyclical on ecology.

Monday, 24 August 2015 09:10

‘No to mining, yes to life'

mining conference 2015Amidst much suffering to indigenous communities and local people, mining corporations wield economic and political power over governments, whilst being protected by international trade and financial institutions. But voices cry out, ‘go away’, ‘no to mining, yes to life’, writes Fr Claude Mostowik msc.

Wednesday, 19 August 2015 10:15

More faith groups respond to Laudato Si

MOGCThe newsletter of the Maryknoll Office for Global Concerns (MOGC) has published "Ecological conversion: Called to hope, spurred to action", a response to the papal encyclical Laudato Si', along with a statement from Faith-Economy-Ecology-Transformation (FEET) and Muslim scholars and environmental advocates.