Laudato Si - On Care for Our Common Home
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Laudato Si - On Care for Our Common Home

Discussion guide and parish resources.

The Social Justice Committee of the Priest Council has gathered resources for priests and parishes to celebrate Earth Day (April 22) in light of Pope Francis’ “Laudato Si - On Care for Our Common Home.” Below are some resources that will help the faithful more fully understand Pope Francis’ teaching on the environment.


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Additional Resources

Tool Kit - Laudato Si: On Care for our Common Home

The Archdiocese of Washington has prepared the following materials to assist parishes and help the faithful more fully understand Pope Francis’ teaching on the environment.


Flipping the Default Toolkit

Marquette University students have developed this eight page reflection and resource guide to help us, as individuals, citizens, and parishes move to a more sustainable use of energy.


Top Ten Takeaways from "Laudato Si"

Pope Francis’ revolutionary new encyclical calls for a “broad cultural revolution” to confront the environmental crisis. “Laudato Si” is also quite lengthy. Can it be summarized? Written by Fr. James Martin, J.S.


Local and Ecological Nature Websites

A list of ecological groups with websites in southeastern Wisconsin.


10 Ways One Parish is Going Green and Saving Money

Father Peter Daly, pastor of St. John Vianney Parish in Prince Frederick, has found that caring for creation is not only an important part of a living faith, but going green often saves the church money in the long run.


For Families: 55 Ways to Save the Environment and Make a Difference

As parents, I believe we have the responsibility to teach our kids to care for our world. And it is easier than most people think. Here are some tips to make a difference.


Scientific consensus: Earth’s climate is warming

Multiple studies published in peer-reviewed scientific journals show that 97 percent or more of actively publishing climate scientists agree: Climate-warming trends over the past century are extremely likely due to human activities. The following is a partial list of these organizations, along with links to their published statements and a selection of related resources.


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