Eco Catholic: The dawn of Trump's presidency has offered much to rattle the nerves of environmental advocates, who called on Catholics to mobilize their faith into action at all levels.
Eco Catholic: Will President-elect Donald Trump's pick to head the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency actually protect the environment?
The petition, drafted by the Catholic Climate Covenant, appeals for the president-elect "to demonstrate bold leadership" in addressing climate change.
Eco Catholic: The students plan to call their elected representatives in Congress Friday to prevent an appointment of Myron Ebell, a known climate skeptic.
The U.N. climate summit opens this week, and leaders have been issuing statements about hoping to work with President-elect Donald Trump on maintaining progress.
Eco Catholic: 121 faith organizations, including bishops 20 other Catholic institutions, urged congressional support for the president's $750 million budget request toward the international Green Climate Fund.
Eco Catholic and The Field Hospital: Living out their faith has helped Catholics in Maryland make history in their state’s commitment to environmental protection.
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.
Praise has been lavished internationally on Pope Francis' encyclical on climate change (Laudato Si'), both among Catholics and across interfaith lines.
However, strong conservatives and climate change deniers (they should actually be called "science deniers") have criticized either its content or the fact that the pope ventured into this realm in such a big way -- as if preserving the natural world were not a moral concern.
Catholics in the United States are "excited" and "pleased" with the "hopeful" document, though some doubt much will change.