Care for Creation Resources

Pope Francis Laudato si’ – On Care for Our Common Home

Laudato si’ is a passionate call to all people of the world to take “swift and unified global action”, particularly in relation to the destruction of the environment.

Archbishop Vincent Nicols and Rowan Williams taking part in the wave, climate change campaignQuotations from various encyclicals – ecology and environmental sustainability

Looking at extracts from encyclical documents such as Centesimus Annus, Mater et Magistra and Justicia in Mundo – a clear recognition that we must care for the environment as a common good becomes evident.

Men and children on bikesSpiritual Steps on Sustainable Living

Abbot Christopher Jamison OSB explains how the monatristic tradition can help us to care for the developing world and to have responsibility for a number of pressing issues.

Pupils at Jubilee Primary School learning about climate change52 Tips to make life Greener

This resource gives useful tips on how to live sustainably, supporting green living which could be easily copied into a parish or school newsletter.

Tree in Field Call of Creation

These resources provided by Cafod show how the monatristic tradition can help us to care for the developing world and to have responsibility for a number of pressing issues. Cafod postcard, Call of Creation powerpoint, Call of Creation powerpoint 2, Learning community challenge.