Laudato Si'

The project is poised to utilize the energy of young Catholics, many of whom are deeply concerned about the threats that climate change poses to the planet and, by extension, to human dignity.
Anna Keating February 07, 2020
These days, we frequently read headlines and wonder if it is already too late.
Rural Fire Service crews engage in property protection during wildfires along the Old Hume Highway near the town of Tahmoor, Australia, outside Sydney, Dec. 19, 2019. Wildfires have been burning since August and have destroyed an area comparable to the combined region of the Netherlands and Belgium. (CNS photo/Dean Lewins, AAP via Reuters)
Ben Wilkie January 10, 2020
The nation’s Catholics have started to reflect on their long-term responsibilities in the face of this unprecedented environmental catastrophe.
Gerard O’Connell October 29, 2019
Bishop Robert W. McElroy of San Diego spoke with America on Oct. 27, the day it ended, and shared his reflections on the main topics addressed by the synod and the proposals made in its final document.
Young people gather for the climate change rally in New York City on Sept. 20. (CNS photo/Gregory A. Shemitz)
Ben Campion October 08, 2019
In November we will strike again, and on Earth Day we will strike in even greater numbers than before.
Kevin Jackson September 20, 2019
Climate strikes led primarily by young people are happening around the world. How are Jesuit schools engaging with this issue?