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: The pledges come from seven Catholic organizations on five continents -- the largest joint declaration in the church to date.
Eco Catholic: Catholics and others are troubled with the almost invisible profile of climate change this election season.
"For Pope Francis, a liquid economy goes hand-in-hand with a throwaway culture. This is the ultimate economy of exclusion," said Cardinal Peter Turkson at a conference Tuesday.
Distinctly Catholic: Pope Francis' message marking the World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation is not the kind of document you expect to be exciting, but inserting care for creation into the works of mercy is a stroke of genius.
NCR Today: No one in the presidential campaign is talking about carbon emissions, climate change and nature's recent graphic lessons why it is important.
The March for a Clean Energy Revolution held Sunday in Philadelphia ahead of the Democratic National Convention touted far more than a nationwide swap in fuel sources. The demonstration also voiced a plea for an economy for life, more and better jobs, and health and well-being for people of all ages.
With Philadelphia temperatures in the high 90s, faith groups and farmworkers and more assembled for the march at City Hall, carrying hand-painted banners down Market Street and ending their demonstration a mile away at Independence Hall.
Eco Catholic: African Methodist Episcopal Church members have joined the call for action on climate change, citing its disproportionate effect on the health of black people.
Eco Catholic: Environmental degradation is a social justice issue that cannot be ignored, say the heads of Faith in Public Life and Sierra Club.
Eco Catholic: Pope Francis one year ago called for dialogue about the state of "our common home." What's been the impact?