A special e-book features forewords by Pope Francis and UN Secretary General Guterres. Titled "Laudato si' Reader. An Alliance of Care for Our Common Home," the work presents reflections and reactions to the encyclical Laudato si' around the world. From 12 November it will be available as a free download from the website of the Dicastery for Integral Human Development, which promoted its publication through Libreria Editrice Vaticana (LEV).
In a poetic-prose style, Fr. Ittoop reflects on the elements of nature we are part of, like fire, earth, water, space, and air. The call to know thyself echoes a call to praise God. 'Know thyself' and join the chorus 'Laudato si'
With a new 200-page document, the Vatican is encouraging Catholics to put their faith into action to promote integral ecology and care of creation, following the inspiration of Pope Francis’ encyclical Laudato si’.
FABC-OHD (Office of Human Development and Climate Change Desk) has prepared a short booklet of various activities that could be held by groups and families to celebrate Laudato Si Week for each day during the lock down period.
(LiCAS.news) A Catholic diocese in the northern Philippines expressed strong opposition to continuing operations of an Australian mining company in the province of Nueva Vizcaya, 270 kilometers northeast of Manila.