Eco Catholic: St. Joseph Sr. Elizabeth Johnson discussed about how humans fit into God’s creation during a Feb. 26 talk in New York's East Village.
For a second year, numerous Catholics across America plan to abstain Thursday from carbs as well as carbon-heavy activities, as part of worldwide relay-style, climate-focused Lenten fast.
The Lenten Fast for Climate Justice began its second iteration on Feb. 10, Ash Wednesday, and has involved 54 countries in the now-annual tradition. The ritual is organized by the Global Catholic Climate Movement, which drew inspiration from similar fasts undertaken by other faith groups.
Eco Catholic: Cardinal Peter Turkson urged Catholics attending a local academic conference to let Christian spirituality guide their thinking and actions toward preserving the full range of God's creation.
When Sr. Magi Maria quit a comfortable teaching job to plunge into social work, neither she nor her congregation had any idea what lay ahead.
A quarter century later, more than 50,000 residents of 105 drought-prone villages in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh thank the Congregation of Mother Carmel nun for taking that "leap into the dark."
Her intervention has helped them break free of poverty, unemployment, malnutrition, illiteracy and enslavement.
Global Sisters Report: Religious congregations among those working to put the 17 Sustainable Development Goals into action.
Walking her dog, feeding the birds, enjoying some after-dinner chocolate. Two feet of snow made this all difficult -- or near impossible.
Eco Catholic: There are countless musical prophets on our planet who are changing hearts and minds one song, one chant at a time.
Eco Catholic: Advocates argue the high court's decision to delay President Obama's signature climate policy doesn't indicate a possible ruling on its legality.
What’s ecological about Lent? Ecological, to me, is the great hope that culture is permanent and that nature will evolve and endure.
Sometimes we call this hope permaculture -- and call ourselves perma-culturists. We imagine a whole even though everything feels partial. We imagine interconnections even though we feel apart or set apart or disconnected. Isn’t it funny that people used to call a new hairdo for a woman a “permanent”?
Did you know that the yellow flowers produced by tomato plants eventually develop into tomatoes? I recently learned this and more important things when I visited one of the many tomato farms here in Immokalee. It was such a great opportunity for me to experience what a typical day of a farmworker is like.
(For privacy reasons, I am not using the name of the farm I visited.)