We pray in November for our “prophetic voice”

by | Nov 18, 2021 | Blog, Circles, News and Updates | 0 comments

Organized by the Hispanoamerican region, the November Monthly Prayer Gathering was held, guided by the quote from Laudato Si’ in No. 179: “Society, through non-governmental organizations and intermediate groups, must put pressure on governments to develop more rigorous regulations, procedures and controls. Unless citizens control political power – national, regional and municipal – it will not be possible to control damage to the environment.”

The leading topic was “The prophetic voice of citizenship”.

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From Spain, Antonio Garrido, LSM Programs Coordinator in Spain, was the presenter, and members of the movement from Uruguay, Colombia, Panama, Mexico, Peru, Venezuela and Cuba participated, animating the different moments. 

Lluc Torcal, Procurator General of the Cistercian Order, available in the free prayer resource for November.

In addition, an invitation was extended to participate in the next Laudato Si’ Advent retreat, which will take place on Saturday, November 27. Organized by the Hispanoamerican team, it will be an offline meeting to prepare the heart for the Advent season. “Stay awake: there will be signs in the sun, in the moon and in the stars,” says the motto.  

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Remember that every first Friday of the month we gather to pray and share the monthly topic of our Laudato Si’ Encounter. See you at the next gathering!

Guadalupe García Corigliano
Guadalupe García Corigliano

Buenos Aires, Argentina. B.A. in Journalism from Universidad del Salvador (Argentina). Postgraduate Diploma in Digital Journalism from Pompeu Fabra University (Spain). Currently she is Copywriter for LSM; Press Manager at Meraki; Founder and Director of the Digital Magazine Iglesia Millennial. More than 5 years of experience in communication and press for different Catholic organizations and projects.

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