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Sacred People, Sacred Earth: 11 March is multi-faith Day of Climate Action

18 February 2021

GreenFaith International Network GreenFaith International Network is coming together with global partners for a multi-faith Day of Climate Action on 11 March 2021 to call for bold and immediate action on the climate crisis. The theme is Sacred People, Sacred Earth, which is shared below along with the Position Statement. We are united by...
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Ecodiagnostic starts in Casa Velha

1 February 2021

Pedro Franco I am part of a group from the Associação Casa Velha called Atravessados, in honor of the village of Vale Travesso. In Atravessados, we set ourselves to meet one weekend a month at Casa Velha. We pray together and collaborate in the mission, whether on the farm or in the local community,...
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Stories from the missionary sisters on their threatened homelands in the Pacific

3 December 2020

Ecojesuit shares these stories on the impacts of a changing climate in the Pacific islands from the Missionary Sisters of the Society of Mary who have been in the Pacific since 1845, and living and working today in Asia Pacific and Oceania such as Bougainville, the Solomon Islands, Fiji, Tonga, Samoa, New Caledonia, Vanuatu,...
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A prayer from Oceania and Asia

16 November 2020

This prayer from Oceania and Asia was shared during a gathering of the Ecclesial Networks Alliance for Integral Ecology on 3 November. It was inspired by Pinanukēdan, a song by the Pulangiyēn tribe in Bukidnon, Philippines that talks about the limits and balances set on our life on earth, from the land and high above the sky.
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Youth thoughts on ecology and climate action: An Eco-Bites interview with Ecojesuit Project Manager Brex Arevalo

28 October 2020

Ecojesuit is happy to share this interview of its Project Manager, Brex Arevalo, by Telmo Olascoaga, Junior Ecology Officer at the Jesuit European Social Centre (JESC) that publishes Eco-Bites, the JESC monthly ecology newsletter. This Eco-Bites interview with Brex is the first in a series of stories and aspirations of those who fight for a greener world....
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In every breath, we are connected [VIDEO]

2 October 2020

The Pacific Ocean, a third of the earth’s surface, changes seasonally. Those changes are becoming more extreme, so the typhoons, the monsoon seasons give us floods that we’ve never had before and they also give us droughts. And the rise in sea level can cause a whole nation to be left without a grounding....
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Breathing Together: An invitation to the Ignatian vigil for the Season of Creation

19 September 2020

Xavier Jeyaraj SJ Dear Father/Brother/Sister/Friends I am writing to introduce you to the global Ignatian prayer vigil Breathing Together for the Season of Creation. The Social Justice and Ecology Secretariat (SJES), along with Jesuit institutions and networks from different parts of the world, is organising an online prayer vigil, similar to the Pentecost vigil of...
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The Pope’s universal prayer intention: Respect for the planet’s resources (with video)

3 September 2020

We are squeezing out the planet’s goods. Squeezing them out, as if the earth were an orange. Countries and businesses from the global north have enriched themselves by exploiting the natural resources of the south, creating an “ecological debt.” Who is going to pay this debt? In addition, this “ecological debt” is increased when...
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Season of Creation 2020 Prayer

3 September 2020

Creator of Life, At Your word, the Earth brought forth plants yielding seed and trees of every kind bearing fruit. The rivers, mountains, minerals, seas and forests sustained life. The eyes of all looked to You to satisfy the needs of every living thing. And throughout time the Earth has sustained life. Through the...
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Finding hope in God’s creation: Growing vegetable gardens in IDP camps

13 August 2020

Sister Helen Doi Ling, SJA Jesus said that “I am the way, and the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.”  John 14:6 In the world we live, there are many challenges. Due to conflicts and disasters, there are millions of forcibly displaced people. They become more vulnerable...
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