Dakota Access Pipeline: "The intimate connection between landscape and religion is at the center of Native American societies" writes LaPier.
"Food is a pro-life issue because food is about keeping people alive," says Ohio-based Sr. Christine Pratt, longtime leader in the Catholic Rural Life movement.
Eco Catholic: The United States plays a key leadership role in the kind of policies we enact at home and advocate internationally.
Eco Catholic: Within national parks, religious men and women often use nature's bounty as a backdrop for spiritual connection.
Global Sisters Report Preview: Four sisters in Africa speak about how their congregations are discovering ways to adapt to the new need for being green.
Eco Catholic: The biggest threat to the environment may be human and religious discord, which keeps us fighting rather than tending.
Eco Catholic: The global climate pact reached last year becomes official Nov. 4, three days before COP22 opens in Marrakech, Morocco.
Eco Catholic: The diocese has been helping victims deal with the stress of "letting go" and adjusting to a "new normal" so they can recover materially and emotionally.
Eco Catholic: America embraced the undecided voter and his red sweater after Sunday night's debate, but did they actually hear his question?
Eco Catholic: Biofortification is the word that links this year's four World Food Prize winners receiving the annual award Oct. 13 in Des Moines, Iowa.