Dakota Access Pipeline: Does Pope Francis have a position on the Dakota Access Pipeline? That’s one question he hasn’t been asked, and he might demur if pressed on such a specific issue.
Editorial: We must begin to act differently, to live differently, and to think differently about the Earth and our relationship to it.
The Field Hospital: In addition to providing its twin parish with solar lamps that improve safety, the Ocala, Fla., parish also raised funds for a new church.
Eco Catholic: “Sub-national” was the hopeful strategic word of the day during the second week of the United Nations climate summit in Marrakech, Morocco.
Dakota Access Pipeline: For the better part of a year, the hills along the Cannonball River near Cannon Ball, N.D., have been transformed into a small city, the epicenter of what is in essence a spiritual movement to protect that water from the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline.
Eco Catholic: St. Margaret Mary School, with collaborators including the University of Louisville, aims to reduce exposure to air pollutants with a "green wall" between school and traffic.
Eco Catholic: The students plan to call their elected representatives in Congress Friday to prevent an appointment of Myron Ebell, a known climate skeptic.
Pontifical Academy of Sciences: "We are not custodians of a museum and its masterpieces that we have to dust off every morning, but rather collaborators in the conservation and development of the existence and biodiversity of the planet and human life," said Pope Francis.
Global Sisters Report: As the U.S. celebrates Thanksgiving, we focus on sisters trying to make sure that everyone has enough to eat and access to healthy choices.
Global Sisters Report: Four sisters from Billings, Montana, went on a pilgrimage of mercy for climate justice at the Missouri River and Standing Rock Sioux land.