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Małgorzata Zawilska of Poland follows Pope Francis’ encyclical Laudato Si’ not only through her words but also by her actions.
Five years later, the moment Michael Downs first felt excited about Laudato Si’ still stands out to the director of justice and kinship at an Oakland, California, high school in the U.S.
Laudato Si’ has become so important to me. It changed my way of looking at the world because it showed me how much everything is connected and gave me a new hope for the future.
Thousands of people on six continents just like Zenna took action – or made plans to take action – earlier this year as they became Laudato Si’ Animators, champions for Catholic action on climate change.
Rodrigo Fadul of Brazil turned his personal reaction to Laudato Si’ into a community response earlier this year. Rodrigo felt moved by Pope Francis’ encyclical on climate change and ecology that calls on all people to take action against the climate crisis and care for creation.
Earlier this year, however, Patryk decided to commit to caring for creation like never before and became a Laudato Si’ Animator, a champion for Catholic action on climate change.
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Liliana felt called to follow Pope Francis’ lead and share the document’s life-giving hope and joy with young people, those who can lead change now and well into the future.
Volunteering around the world, Michele Costa of Tuscany repeatedly witnessed the veracity of Laudato Si’, Pope Francis’ encyclical on climate change that focuses on integral ecology.
Brzezińska-Hemperek joined thousands of passionate people around the world earlier this year and became a Laudato Si’ Animator, champions for Catholic action on climate change.
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photo by Steve Slater / www.wildlifeencounters.euBy Carles Armengol from Barcelona, SpainInspired by Laudato Si’, we worked to help Catholic schools join the integral ecological conversion from both a formative and pastoral point of view. This project involves the 18...
José Siancas from Peru takes care of the environment.By José Siancas from PeruMy mother and all of us at home have become aware of the importance of recycling and taking care of the environment. Through much research and much passion for our common home, we have found...
Air sensor in Mary, Mother of God Parish, PolandBy Małgorzata Zawilska from PolandI work actively in my parish of Mary, Mother of God promoting the message of Laudato Si’, not only by words, but also with actions. After completing the LSA training, I, together with...
Members of the focolare community in PaduaBy Valentina Falcioni of Padua, ItalyThe annual meeting of the community of the focolare movement of Padua took place in August in honor of the feast of Santa Chiara and therefore of the founder of the focolare movement,...