Bishops: 'In embracing this initiative we encourage parishes to expand their circles of solidarity, to protect and care for biodiversity and recommend that, by 2030, 30% of church grounds be returned to nature.'
Cardinal Pietro Parolin, the Vatican's Secretary of State, has sent a video message to the current Climate Action Summit, urging participants to use the technology we have for better and more integral progress. Cardinal Parolin opens his video message by extending...
New audio thought for day to launch for Catholic Schools Week 2020
Coinciding with the final days of the Synod for the Amazon, and a few days ahead of the fourth anniversary of “Laudato sí”, a new book has been issued, which gathers together writings and discourses from Pope Francis on the environment.
The Laudato Si' working day is intended to assist parishioners and diocesan representatives from across the North who wish to explore how each individual’s potential to care for creation can be fully realised in the context of our Catholic faith.
Our response to the crisis of climate change is and must be prophetic, both for the well-being of the vulnerable and of the planet.
Irish Bishop Paul Tighe part of Vatican gathering to discuss the impact of Pope Francis’ encyclical ‘Laudato Si’
Two years on from its publication, 'Laudato Si’ continues to be a powerful point of reference for all people seeking to provide better protection of Planet Earth for future generations.
Mass to be broadcast from Portlaoise to open the national celebration for Catholic Schools Week