Eco Catholic: The two world leaders have near-polar-opposite viewpoints on a number of issues. Francis' and Trump's past words offer insight on what a climate conversation might entail.
Farming in the U.S.: Many family farmers in the United States are facing the worst combination of events since the "farm crisis" of the mid-1980s.
The Order of Cistercians of the Strict Observance's new Trappist abbey, known for its cutting-edge ecological architecture, has become pivotal in the monks' sweeping spiritual renewal.
Nine Catholic organizations, including five religious orders and an archdiocese in Italy, plan to divest from fossil fuel corporations in an action timed to send a message to the upcoming G7 summit in Italy.
The scientific conference titled "Black Holes, Gravitational Waves and Space-Time Singularities" is an opportunity to show that "the church supports good science," says the director of the Vatican Observatory.
Carrying banners and signs with quotes from Pope Francis' encyclical "Laudato Si'," hundreds of Catholics joined the People's Climate March to call for moral and prayerful action to protect creation.
Global Sisters Report: For many if not most Catholic sisters, what has shaped climate study and other scientific disciplines also bolsters their conviction that all life on Earth is interdependent.
Eco Catholic: Late March saw an amazing week in the Salvadoran struggle against mining. And we owe much of the magic to Gov. Carlos Padilla from the Philippines.
Eco Catholic: The Ignatian Solidarity Network program has presented thousands of high school students with actions aimed at understanding how daily choices affect the world around them.
Global Sisters Report: About 40 Bon Secours sisters from Peru are on the ground providing health care.