Displaying items by tag: laudato si - CIDSE

Towards a Life-Style conversion

Wednesday, 12 June 2019 16:36

Press Release: 2nd European Laudato Si’ Reflection Day (available in EN - ES - FR - GE - IT - PL - PT)

Published in Newsroom

Politics and praxis of ecological conversion

Friday, 17 May 2019 09:52

Towards a Change of Life-Style - Second Laudato Si' Reflection Day organised by:
- CCEE - Consilium Conferentiarum Episcoporum Europæ
- CIDSE – International family of Catholic social justice organisations
- COMECE - Commission of the Bishops’ Conferences of the EU
- GCCM - Global Catholic Climate Movement
- JESC – Jesuit European Social Center
- Justice and Peace Europe

 

When? Wednesday 12 June 2019, 10:00 - 16:30
Where? Square de Meeus 19, 1050 Brussels

Published in Encyclical Laudato Si'

CIDSE Highlights March-April 2019

Tuesday, 07 May 2019 14:24

CIDSE Highlights No.40, March - April 2019

Published in General content

To live Laudato Si’ the Church must respond to the cries of the Amazon

Saturday, 04 May 2019 16:32

Two decades ago as a young university student, I had the opportunity to study in the Amazon region in and around Ecuador’s Yasuní National Park. The experience of seeing such incredible biodiversity juxtaposed with the environmental and social consequences of oil exploitation changed my life.
The Maryknoll Office for Global Concerns partners with the Pan-Amazon Ecclesial Network (REPAM) to protect this region. REPAM is a network and partnership between communities in the Amazon and the Catholic Church. Together, they strive to protect indigenous territories, cultures, and livelihoods from powerful forces such as large-scale development projects.

Published in Encyclical Laudato Si'

Young Catholics’ commitment at COP 24 boosts hope for climate justice and human rights

Monday, 10 December 2018 08:37

Press release. A large group of young Catholic volunteers gathered on the sidelines of the UN climate negotiations to develop their own responses to the climate crisis.

Published in Newsroom

Joint reflection on land in Africa

Thursday, 08 November 2018 09:09

An exploration on Laudato Si’s approach to our relationship and responsibility to care for the land and its small-scale food producers. Joint publication by AEFJN – Africa-Europe Faith and Justice Network; AFJN – Africa Faith and Justice Network; AFSA – Alliance for Food Sovereignty in Africa; SECAM – Symposium of Episcopal Conferences of Africa and Madagascar; and RECOWA – Regional Episcopal Conference of West Africa with the support of CIDSE. October 2018.
(Available in EN - ES - FR - PT)

Published in Land (land grabbing)

Church worldwide calls for ambitious and urgent climate action

Friday, 26 October 2018 08:24

With a powerful appeal signed by six presidents of continental bishops’ conferences, leaders of the Catholic Church call government leaders to take ambitious and immediate action to tackle and over-come the devastating effects of the climate crisis.

Published in Newsroom

Churches and communities affected by mining must build alternatives to defend life and the earth

Tuesday, 07 August 2018 12:06

"What the affected communities expect is a firm and prophetic stance from the churches. As Pope Francis said, this economy kills and we see this in communities every day. This is the moment in which the Prophetic Church, in favor of the poor and of the earth, becomes urgent and necessary, "affirms the Brazilian sociologist Moema Miranda, one of the coordinators of the" Meeting with Communities Affected by Mining in Latin America " which will take place in Brasilia from August 7 to 10.

Published in Blog

Latin American Episcopal Council Pastoral letter

Monday, 02 July 2018 15:49

'Missionary disciples: custodians of our common home - Discernment in light of the encyclical Laudato si’', CELAM pastoral letter. January 2018.
(Original text in Spanish. Unofficial translations in EN / DE / FR)

Published in Encyclical Laudato Si'

Laudato Si’: The End of the Beginning for the Journey Toward Care for Our Common Home and One Another

Friday, 02 February 2018 13:09

Three years ago, the world waited impatiently for the new encyclical letter on integral ecology by Pope Francis. For months ahead of its unveiling, people in the know—social activists, theologians, ecologists—Catholic or not, speculated, theorized, and dreamed of all that this important message might contain. We knew that the words from the Holy Father would be coming at a critical time, in the lead up to the COP21 Climate talks in Paris. Those of us who had been praying for the world to wake up to the urgency of the current ecological crisis put our hopes in the hands of Pope Francis and this encyclical.

Published in Encyclical Laudato Si'

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