What about climate anxiety?: “People’s suffering is not trivial”

The Laudato Si’ Dialogue “How to turn climate anxiety into climate action?” brought together experts who sowed hope.

Cry of the Earth: Deforestation in Brazil’s Amazon hits 15-year high

Deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon has increased by almost 22 percent in the past year, hitting a 15-year-high.

What is Giving Tuesday?

Credit: Catholic Link Español Giving Tuesday, created in 2012 as a way to combat the consumerism of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, has blossomed into a beautiful day of global generosity! At Laudato Si’ Movement, it has become a day that has often aligned with the...

Laudato Si’ Walking – Gospel of the 2nd Sunday of Advent

In this second Sunday of Advent, the journey towards this life-changing encounter, which will have a humble cave as its stage, continues.

Advent 2021: God’s gifts to us in creation

Laudato Si’ Movement Advent 2021: We are walking into Advent and this year, we want to experience the gifts that God has given us in creation.

Turning climate anxiety into action the focus of upcoming Laudato Si’ Dialogue

Turning climate anxiety into climate action can be hard, but experts will help Laudato Si’ Movement cope and act against the ongoing climate crisis.

Laudato Si Walking – Gospel of the 1st Sunday of Advent

Advent reflection, towards the encounter. By Antonio Caschetto

Why does Jesus teach us to be thankful?

On “Thanksgiving Day”, this November 25, we give thanks to God for the gifts he gave us during this year.

Bringing the heat to COP26: An ambitious Treaty wants us to treat Fossil Fuels like Nuclear Weapons

By Svitlana Romanko and Mercy Icuri Laudato Si’ Movement  A new thought is taking shape; the equating of the exploration of oil and gas and the expansion of fossil fuel projects to investing in weapons of mass destruction- our own destruction. While this may seem a...

A journey to Taizé to rediscover the value of sobriety

The account of Maria Antonietta, one of our Laudato Si’ animators who took part in the ELSiA prayer in Taizé.


Causing foreseeable harm to millions

By Jesuit Father, Dr Pedro Walpole.  This article was originally published in Ecojesuit Online.  For a more detailed history of what we knew when, see http://bit.ly/WhereHaveWeBeen. "From this point there are two paths that can be taken. One is the investigation of...

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