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A massive drought in southern Madagascar, with a dried up river.
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Alejandra Molina - Religion News Service
A recent study from the international humanitarian agency Catholic Relief Services (CRS) found that American Catholics were more likely to express that climate change is a shared responsibility than their non-Catholic counterparts.
FaithFaith in Focus
Jim McDermott
One of the lesser-known facts about the story of the seven days of creation is that it was written in response to a disaster, and its comforts can be applicable even today.
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Rhina Guidos - Catholic News Service
Hurricane Ian has left many parishes in the the Diocese of St. Petersburg, Fla., devastated as the system continues to move north from the state.
An area deforested by wildcat mining is seen in a zone known as Mega 14, in the southern Amazon region of Madre de Dios, Peru.
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Junno Arocho Esteves - Catholic News Service
Pope Francis used this year's World Day of Prayer for Creation to comment on the need for humanity to address climate change by refocusing centrality toward Christ and away from our own "consumerist excesses.”
A man wades through floodwaters trying to salvage his belongings following heavy rains during the monsoon season in Charsadda, Pakistan, Aug. 28, 2022. (CNS photo/Fayaz Aziz, Reuters)
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Catholic News Service
Thousands have been affected by ongoing floods in Pakistan, including the destruction of the diocese of Bishop Samson Shukardin.
A "Fridays for the Future" protest in Bonn, Germany on March 3, 2019 (Mika Baumeister via Unsplash)
Politics & SocietyShort Take
Stephen McNulty
Young people are feeling more anxious, uncertain, and often hopeless about the climate crisis than ever. But in order to make real progress, we have to move past those feelings and let ourselves hope.