Pope Francis invites you to celebrate Laudato Si’ Week

Join Laudato Si’ Week events here.

Everything is connected

We’re living through history-shaping events. Laudato Si’ teaches us how to build a better world–together.

People everywhere are crying out for hope, and our faith is urgently needed to light the way. For Laudato Si’ Week, 16-24 May, Catholics are uniting in solidarity for a more just and sustainable future.

Stand united with our brothers and sisters in faith as we grow through the crisis of this moment to build a better tomorrow.

  • Reflect and prepare through online trainings, 16-23 May
  • Join the worldwide day of prayer, 24 May
  • Put preparation into action during the Season of Creation, this September

Everything is connected

We’re living through history-shaping events. Laudato Si’ teaches us how to build a better world–together.

People everywhere are crying out for hope, and our faith is urgently needed to light the way. For Laudato Si’ Week, 16-24 May, Catholics are uniting in solidarity for a more just and sustainable future.

Stand united with our brothers and sisters in faith as we grow through the crisis of this moment to build a better tomorrow.

  • Reflect and prepare through online trainings, 16-23 May
  • Join the worldwide day of prayer, 24 May
  • Put preparation into action during the Season of Creation, this September

Build a better world together

We’re in this together. When you register, you will be added to the global web of solidarity below.

Solidarity around the world

Laudato Si’ teaches us that “everything is connected.” During this extraordinary moment,
Catholics everywhere are uniting to reflect, pray, and prepare for a better future together.

Laudato Si’ teaches us that “everything is connected.” During this extraordinary moment, Catholics everywhere are uniting to reflect, pray, and prepare for a better future together.

“interdependence obliges us to think of one world with a common plan.” (Laudato Si’, 164)

Laudato Si’ Week updates

Laudato Si’ Week inspires incredible art

Laudato Si’ Week inspires incredible art

During Laudato Si’ Week, the Holy Spirit united hundreds of thousands of Catholics in praying, learning, and honoring the fifth anniversary of Pope Francis’ encyclical on climate change and ecology. Catholics united creatively as well.

Ringing bells for Laudato Si’ Week

Ringing bells for Laudato Si’ Week

Catholics around the world came together at noon local time on Sunday 24 May for a global day of prayer. Eglise Verte (Green Church) and Chrétiens Unis Pour La Terre (Christians United For The Earth) encouraged Catholics in France to come together once more on Sunday and ring bells in solidarity at 8 p.m. local time.

Top 5 Laudato Si’ Week Highlights

Top 5 Laudato Si’ Week Highlights

In the midst of a global pandemic that has exposed the faultlines of injustice in our societies, Catholics united to pray and reflect on how we can build a more just and sustainable future.

“bring the whole human family together” (Laudato Si’, 13)

About Laudato Si’ Week

Laudato Si’ Week honors the fifth anniversary of Pope Francis’ encyclical on care for our common home. The theme of the week is “everything is connected.”

This week launches a year-long journey of transformation, as we grow through the crisis of the current moment by praying, reflecting, and preparing together for a better world to come tomorrow.

Following Pope Francis’ invitation to join Laudato Si’ Week, Catholics everywhere will reflect and prepare for action 16-24 May.

We’ll put our preparation into action during the Season of Creation this September, when Pope Francis has invited Catholics to pray and act for our common home.

About Laudato Si’ Week

Laudato Si’ Week honors the fifth anniversary of Pope Francis’ encyclical on care for our common home. The theme of the week is “everything is connected.”

This week launches a year-long journey of transformation, as we grow through the crisis of the current moment by praying, reflecting, and preparing together for a better world to come tomorrow.

Following Pope Francis’ invitation to join Laudato Si’ Week, Catholics everywhere will reflect and prepare for action 16-24 May.

We’ll put our preparation into action during the Season of Creation this September, when Pope Francis has invited Catholics to pray and act for our common home.

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