READ the latest: Youth responding to Climate Change, Carbon Rangers/Ecozoic Times
Volume 12, Number 5
READ IT HERE: CLIMATE CHANGE — From Principles to Action, by Father Emmet Farrell, one of a series of articles “From Assembly to Action” highlighting the action efforts that arise from AUSCP Assemblies
Caring for Our Common Home / Laudato Si'
Promoting knowledge and reception of Pope Francis' second encyclical through provision of homily helps for every Sunday of the three year liturgical Sunday and to support other efforts by AUSCP members and others.
HOMILY HELPS: CLICK HERE to read current homily suggestions
NEW: Feb 25, 2019, from Global Sisters Report, Back to prison for mastermind of Sister Dorothy Stang’s murder
NEW: Posted February 1, 2019, from Crux: Sagrada Familia links urban life and Laudato Si’
PREVIOUSLY: October 2018: Six bishops representing episcopal conferences on five continents issued a joint statement calling on the international community to take immediate action against climate change. READ the NCR report. Read the joint statement as a Google doc by CLICKING HERE
PREVIOUSLY: August 9, 2018: Climate Activist guided by the Spirit, in NCR Series, "The Field Hospital"
LINK TO ACTION: Conserve, Educate, Inspire with Catholicenergies.org
Bob Richter, a retired priest of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee, chairs this working group, following Michael Agliardo SJ, who coordinated a team writing homily helps. Each Sunday's scriptures are coordinated with Laudato Si' for the three year lectionary cycle, in English and Spanish. Bob Bonnot is the AUSCP Leadership Team Liaison.
Members of AUSCP teamed up with the Catholic Climate Covenant to create weekly homily helps. They break open the Sunday Scriptures, drawing on Catholic social teaching and care for creation. They offer insight and perspective with quotations from Scripture, commentary and passages from Laudato Si’ , and include suggested prayers of the faithful.
You may also like these suggestions:
• Watch a Video Documentary: Saint Francis of Assisi
• CLICK HERE to read or DOWNLOAD a guide to Laudato Si' from Jesuit Father Tom Reese.
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