This page contains many resources that should help get your communities taking action in caring for creation.
We recommend starting with the new ‘Building a Caring Community’ poster activity pack to create a bit of structure.
This poster activity pack is specifically designed to be a starting point for a school, parish or community in addressing our ecological and social crises and exploring integral ecology using the Laudato Si’ goals.
Including concern for nature, justice for the poor, commitment to society, and interior peace, in an integrated community response.
We have compiled resources that can help you come together as a community to learn about important topics. Invite your community to explore these topics with you using the resources on the film screening and reading group pages.
Raising awareness of topics with food and discussion is a great way of getting people interested in important topics. See our recommended films.
Reading of Catholic social teaching such as Laudato Si’ is an excellent way to look in depth into Church teaching on care of creation. See our collection of reading guides and resources.
To help you choose and maintain your efforts as a community we have selected some useful resources and links. A project should be sustainable in more ways than one.
Feeling uninspired? Overwhelmed? We are compiling a list of suggested actions that you can sort by areas of parish life, Laudato Si’ Goals and LiveSimply award categories.
We have compiled a list of awards and programmes that can help cultivate and sustain your communities enthusiasm.
Planning a project is very important. The Don Bosco Youth have a comprehensive resource to help negotiate risk and avoid headaches.
Chances are there are many others in your parish or community who are ready to act but looking for company.
Find what groups operate in your area.
planning a project is very important. The Don Bosco Youth have a comprehensive resource to help negotiate risk and avoid headaches.
Building the bigger picture is important as it brings hope that people are not alone in their efforts. The following resources help to share stories, and help build a national and global picture of the patchwork of beautiful communities.
Sending your stories to your Diocesan environmental lead is very helpful. Find their details on this map.
Whack a logo on it! There are various logos and hashtags you can use to help communicate the bigger picture.
Do you have an inspiring story that you would like us to feature? Write to The Journey to 2030 at firstname.lastname@example.org or click the link below.
Find your diocese on the map and click to discover groups and contacts to support you in your diocese.
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