Laudato Si’ at 5 with Christiana Figueres and Fr. Augusto Zampini-Davies
“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 and people of faith are uniting in solidarity for a more just and sustainable future.
Dear Friends/Fellow Parishioners,
Join us in celebrating the fifth anniversary of
’, Pope Francis’ encyclical on the care of all creation. Our Holy Father, Pope Francis, has invited the global Church to participate in
Laudato Si’ Week
, a time for prayer, study and action for a more just and sustainable world. As we experience the coronavirus pandemic, now, more than ever, we are reminded of the truth of his words, “everything is connected.” Video invitation:
18 MAY | Laudato Si’ at 5 with Christiana Figueres and
Fr. Augusto Zampini-Davies
Explore Pope Francis’ groundbreaking encyclical on our common home and its deep roots in our faith. Learn how Laudato Si’ reflects millennia of Christian thought in a new way for today’s ecological crisis. An interactive format will help us share how the encyclical has touched us as individuals
Our featured speakers are Fr. Augusto Zampini-Davies and Christiana Figueres.
Fr. Augusto Zampini-Davies, adjunct secretary of the Vatican’s Dicastery for Integral Human Development, helps lead the Vatican’s work on Laudato Si’. He is the former theological adviser to CAFOD and an Honorary Fellow at Durham University, Roehampton University, and Stellenbosh University.
Christiana Figueres is the former Executive Secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. Figueres was an architect of the Paris climate agreement and has continued her leadership of the global climate movement.
This conversation takes place on Monday, 18 May. It’s at 8:00 New York / 14:00 Rome / 20:00 Manila.
Register here to join us for this or any other weekday workshop
on Monday, May 18 at 12:48PM