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Catholics, caring for the environment, concerned about Climate Change.

The Global Catholic Climate Movement – for God’s Creation, the Poor and future generations is echoing the call of Pope Francis,

Pope Francis from GCCMOn climate change – there is a clear, definitive and ineluctable ethical imperative to act.

The Global Catholic Climate Movement formed from almost 100 Catholic organizations concerned about human-made climate change. United by their Catholic faith, they came together as a movement to care for God’s creation, for the poor – who are the most vulnerable to climate disruption – and for our children, who will face the worst impacts in the coming years. Poor most vulnerable small
Raise our voice small They encourage Catholics to renew our relationship with creation and with their brothers and sisters in poverty, and urge political leaders to commit to ambitious climate action to solve this urgent crisis and keep the global temperature increase below 1.5 degree Celsius (relative to pre-industrial levels).
In 2 days GCCM is starting Care4Creation Month, joining Pope Francis’ universal prayer intention for April 2015: “That people may learn to respect creation and care for it as a gift of God”. They are inviting Catholic parishes and communities to: Affects all small
Pray and act small 1) pray for creation with some resources they have prepared,and

2) take action promoting our Catholic climate petition. The campaign info is here:  www.CatholicClimateMovement.global/care4creationmonth

Supporters are very welcome to promote Care4Creation month by:

Contact Tomás, of the Global Catholic Climate Team to let the know of any questions and/or ideas!–

Follow GCCM on Facebook and Twitter!









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