August 13, 2018

New Resources from other Sources for the Season of Creation

New resources produced for the Season of Creation 2018 by other organisations:

The Bishops of England and Wales have established a website and produced a film (see below) and course 'Global Healing' to help individuals, families, parishes and diocese make a practical response to our care of creation. The Leaders guide and related resources can be found here.

Presentations, Documents and Videos such as the one below are available on the Laudato Si' 3rd Anniversary Conference.

CAFOD - World Day of Prayer for Care of Creation
The agency has produced ideas, liturgy and prayers to help you respond to Pope Francis' call to care for the gift of God's creation. Access these here

The Global Catholic Climate Movement have developed a celebration guide to help organize an event during this year's Season of Creation.Their resources for the season can be found here

The Green Churches Network provides practical tools to Christian communities who want to improve their environmentally friendly practices. These tools oriented towards action, education and spirituality enable them to successfully integrate the ministry of Creation care into their day-to-day church life.

Eco-Congregation Scotland is a movement of Scottish church congregations, of all denominations and none, committed to addressing environmental issues through their life and mission. Resources are here

The Catholic Climate Covenant has developed unique program this year which will explore the interconnection between immigration, refugees, and climate change. Details are here

Coming soon:

The Liverpool Archdiocese J&P Commission together with CAFOD Liverpool has prepared Creation Time resources for 2016 and 2017 containing praying with the gospels, stories from our time and Laudato Si' . The 2018 resource will be ready in the late Summer. This will then provide a complete course for the three years of the Church's liturgical cycle.

Resources for the 2017 Season of Creation from Sources other than MIA can be found here

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