A GREAT SOURCE OF INSPIRATION!
Laudato Si' inspires many needed initiatives to preserve our Mother Earth and care for all peoples. And Global Sisters Report showcases many!
A recent article, which included live, on-site video recordings, was featured in their weekly newsletter sent by e-mail. Two of our member congregations were featured: the Sisters of St. Francis of Dubuque, IA and the Sisters of St. Francis of Rochester, MN. They spoke of their decision to create a conservation easement of their respective lands. Thank you, Sisters!
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Another of their featured Zoom recordings hits home in the Brooklyn, NY area and LaCrosse, WI.
was staged on September 29, 2021 called "An Estate Plan for the Earth." Click here to learn more.
Women's religious communities have become leaders in local land conservation. To mark this month-long Season of Creation, EarthBeat and Global Sisters Report hosted a virtual conversation with representatives of two communities that have made different decisions about how to preserve their land for future generations.
For a closer look at the FSPA Eco in Action Lunch and Learn program, you will find a recent recording of Barbara Fraser from EarthBeat here. Barbara talked about climate work happening globally and why Catholics should care about the upcoming COP 26. Beth Piggish, FSPA, Integral Ecology Director, Laudato Si Promoter, hopes you enjoy it and learn something new, and asks that we "feel free to share this with your network."
Their next program with FSPA Eco in Action Lunch and Learn will be an overview of the Laudato Si Action Platform (geared towards an audience of Affiliates (cojourners) and Partners in Mission (staff), to understand what it really means now that FSPA has made a public declaration.
We will also learn about what is already happening within FSPA ministry work and how we move forward together with a Laudato Si lens. Click here to learn more.