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Ecology monks in Thailand seek to end environmental suffering
August 13, 2018
Mongabay

Ecological Justice Tour in North Carolina
August 12-13, 2018
Center for Education, Imagination and the Natural World

Cardinal shares message of ‘Laudato Si’’ at Ghana World Youth Day event
August 8, 2018
National Catholic Reporter

This man powers his whole house, plus two cars, with the sun
August 8, 2018
Yale Climate Connections

Myanmar’s indigenous people fight ‘fortress’ conservation
August 5, 2018
Reuters

Caritas Philippines lights up poor communities with renewable energy
August 3, 2018
National Catholic Reporter

Canadian ecumenical document embraces Christian concern for environment
August 2, 2018
National Catholic Reporter

 

"The Gospel of Creation: Indispensable for Climate of Hope"
Talk by Cardinal Peter Turkson
"Saint Louis Climate Summit" (April 22-24, 2018)

The Papal Encyclical on the Environment

Laudato Si’ (Encyclical Letter by Pope Francis)

Videos and Audio Recordings about the Encyclical

Frequently Asked Questions

Pope Francis and the Environment: Why His New Climate Encyclical Matters

Pope Francis’ Encyclical

Protecting the Whole of Creation

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