As we join in the celebration of ‘Laudato Si Week,’ and after the long indoor lockdown, we find that there is so much to celebrate in the outdoors, now that ‘Spring has sprung’ and we are led to take a look at our own ‘Care of Creation’ attitudes and activities.
Tag: Laudato Si
We are all called to belong to the church because, in the end, we are the church, the community that our Lord Jesus Christ founded.
Reflections on our sacred spaces:
Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word and Headwaters at Incarnate Word sign a Conservation Easement agreement with Green Spaces Alliance of South Texas
PRESS RELEASE, Friday, July 24, 2020.
Praised be the Incarnate Word!
FIRST DIOCESAN SIGNIFICANT ACTION: “WE CARE FOR THE CREATION, WITH PETER THE FISHERMAN”
There is a nobility in the duty to care for creation through little daily actions. (Laudato Si’, 211)
As part of the closing ceremonies to celebrate 130 years of Colegio Mexicano, the educational community participated in the First CM Green Week in September, where various activities were carried out.
Part of the mission of Incarnate Word Academy is to “make a positive impact on the world,” which includes all of creation, not just human beings.
Pope Francis in his message to the whole world, Laudato Si, challenged us to take scientific findings about climate change and global warming seriously, but he noted that spirituality is needed as much as science. He wrote, “’Praise be to you, my Lord’. In the words of this beautiful canticle, Saint Francis of Assisi reminds us that our common home is like a sister with whom we share our life and a beautiful mother who opens her arms to embrace us.