On a cold rainy morning, members of the American Indian tribes shouted "Water is sacred" and "Keep it in the soil; can't drink oil" as they marched toward the White House.
A tribal coalition that considers many sites within Bears Ears National Monument in Utah sacred fears the Trump administration will take the unprecedented step of stripping a national monument of its designation, and leave their ancestral lands vulnerable.
Eco Catholic: A global effort, Pope Francis said, is essential to addressing environmental and social problems. He's leading by example with initiatives at the Vatican started by Pope Benedict XVI.
Global Sisters Report: Participants at AMOR XVII in Yangon, Myanmar, said they would carry with them the message of ecological conversion.
Global Sisters Report: Though four decades have passed since Appalachian bishops' pastoral letter, the people still have little voice, leaving their fates to the whims of politics and the economy.
Eco Catholic: A Benedictine sister is helping to sort out disability cases gone wrong in Appalachian coal country.
Eco Catholic: There are many kinds of wilderness, both natural places, like the desert or the bottom of the sea, or internal, wild ones. We can learn from both.
Eco Catholic: "Rich countries throw carbon into the atmosphere. We suffer and bury thousands after every natural disaster," the Yangon archbishop tells the Asia-Oceania Meeting of Religious.
Eco Catholic: Two letters from 100-plus Catholic leaders urged the Trump administration to continue the Clean Power Plan and U.S. involvement in the Paris Agreement, Green Climate Fund.
Eco Catholic: Prayer gives us proportion to locate ourselves and our years in the largeness of it all, and we take our portion with utter seriousness.