Updates about Laudato Si’ Week

Updates about Laudato Si’ Week

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.

After coronavirus, Bergamo unites for Laudato Si’

After coronavirus, Bergamo unites for Laudato Si’

Despite having less than 10 percent of the population of nearby Milan, Bergamo has had more than half as many coronavirus cases as Italy’s second biggest city. But Catholics in Bergamo are resilient. During Laudato Si’ Week, they’re showing the world that a faith grounded in hope and driven by the Holy Spirit can overcome anything.

LATAM honors Laudato Si’

LATAM honors Laudato Si’

More than 1,600 people from 23 countries recently participated in a Latin American Center for Social Evangelization webinar that honored the fifth anniversary of Laudato Si’.

Finding hope in Laudato Si’

Finding hope in Laudato Si’

The more than 300 members of Associazione Comunità Papa Giovanni XXIII live in more than 40 countries around the world.

Living Laudato Si’ Philippines

Living Laudato Si’ Philippines

Living Laudato Si’ Philippines hopes to inspire people to commit to action this Laudato Si’ Week with its “Laudato Si’ Manifesto.”

Praying and reflecting with Laudato Si’

Praying and reflecting with Laudato Si’

The Federation of Asian Bishops’ Conferences is inviting its entire network of bishops, priests, and Justice and Peace Commission officials to engage in prayerful activities and reflections during Laudato Si’ Week, which runs through Sunday 24 May.

‘Much to be done’ in Chile

‘Much to be done’ in Chile

Universidad Católica de Chile is inviting its more than 29,000 students to reconnect with Laudato Si’ as Catholics around the world honor the fifth anniversary of Pope Francis’ encyclical on climate change and ecology during Laudato Si’ Week.

Connecting through Laudato Si’

Connecting through Laudato Si’

The Ignatian Solidarity Network will offer four ways for its community to participate in Laudato Si’ Week, which starts Saturday and runs through 24 May.

Laudato Si’ Generation opportunities

Laudato Si’ Generation opportunities

We miss caring for creation the way we did before the coronavirus pandemic quarantined much of the world. But there are still plenty of ways we can love our common home.

Faith institutions divest from fossil fuels

Faith institutions divest from fossil fuels

As major challenges for the global economy are predicted in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, a diverse group of faith institutions is putting the call for a just economic recovery into practice.