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"Aha" Moments- Celebrating the First Easter
Faith Reflection- Earth's Beauty and Pope Francis Call for Action
Inspirational People- GreenFaith

Perspectives on Social Issues- April 2016
Ritual- Following Oscar Romero's Example
Spirituality & Art- April

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A n n o u n c i n g . . .
National Gathering — Aug 12-14, 2016
Pax Christi USA

Colombia, Cuba, Honduras, Mexico
2016 Witness for Peace Delegations

June 20-24, 2016
Washington Island, WI

2016 Washington Island Forum

2016 SOA Watch Delegation

Interfaith Climate Change Statement
Global Catholic Climate Movement

10 Ways Your City Can Go Solar

What is your carbon food-print?

Bread for the World
Pray to End Hunger and
Candidate videos: hunger & poverty

Yes! Infographic
Black America's Stolen Wealth

Green America
Divesting and Reinvesting

Holding Corporations Accountable
Shareholder Activism

Wealth Inequality in the U.S.

Pope Francis' Encyclical
on the Environment

Laudato Si′ (Praise Be to You)

James Martin, S.J.
Top Ten Takeaways from Laudato Si′

Alex Muyebe, SJ and Peter Henriot, SJ
What Does Environment Encyclical Mean to Malawi?

Daniel P. Horan, O.F.M.
Franciscan Roots of Laudato Si′

Interfaith Worker Justice
Worker Justice Resources

Robert Reich
Immigration Reform and the Economy

10 Ways to Join
the Sharing Economy

Torture Is A Moral Issue

Featured Quote
"The environmental challenge that we are experiencing and its human causes,
affects us all (cf. Laudato Si’, 14) and demands our response.
We can no longer remain silent before one of the greatest environmental crises in world history.
— Pope Francis

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