Who is My Neighbor in a Climate-Threatened World?”

We are delighted to announce that the 2018 Feast of St. Francis Program– “Who is My Neighbor in a Climate-Threatened World?” is now available!

Every October 4th, the Feast of St. Francis (FOSF) celebrates the saint who saw all created beings as his brother or sister. Inspired by this example, Catholic Climate Covenant produces a free 90-minute catechetical program to help parishes, schools, and faith communities explore how they can better care for creation and the poor.

Register below to gain access to the Feast of St. Francis resources.

Download the Feast of St. Francis Program

Video:”Who is My Neighbor in a Climate-Threatened World?”

We hope that you find the materials and resources we have created for this year’s Feast of St. Francis Program inspiring and useful. Remember that the Feast of St. Francis Program can be used on October 4th or any date of your choosing.

Please let us know how you use the materials. If you have photos or a short description of your Feast of St. Francis program and/or Blessing of the Animals, we would be delighted to share with the larger Covenant community!

If you have any questions or need clarification on any aspect of the Feast of St. Francis program, please contact Paz Artaza-Regan (Paz@CatholicClimateCovenant.org).

Catholic Climate Covenant

 

 

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About Ufficio di GPIC OFM Cap.

The office for justice, peace and integrity of creation JPIC of the Capuchin order serves the whole order to promote work for the poor and marginalized and for actions saving our planet. Our principal mission for this sexennium is to Inform, Integrate and Inspire our friars and all people of good will towards working for JPIC.
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