December 8, 2022

Chief Dadá Borarí from the Maró Indigenous Lands of the Brazilian Amazon; Arouna Kandé, a climate change refugee from Senegal; U.S. scientists Robin Martin and Greg Asner; and teenage climate activist Ridhima Pandey of India participated in the making of the documentary "The Letter." They are seen inside the Apostolic Palace at the Vatican Aug. 26, 2021. The film tells the story of a journey to Rome of frontline leaders to discuss with Pope Francis his encyclical "Laudato Si', on Care for Our Common Home." (CNS photo/courtesy Off the Fence)

Pope enlists a willing warrior to spread the message of ‘Laudato Si’’

Pope Francis is getting more non-Catholics to do his work. The latest is Nicolas Brown, who directed "The Letter: A Message for Our Earth," a documentary on the pope's 2015 encyclical "Laudato Si', on Care for Our Common Home."
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Still water in a canyon depiction parenting by God

Parented by the Almighty

Reflect We often go to God in prayer, but do we ever allow God to pray over us? May this prayer inspire your Christian imagination to experience the intimate grace that perpetually washes over us every day. May it baptize ...
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Two hands reaching out | Photo by Jackson David on Unsplash

God’s Providence

“O taste and see that the Lord is good.”—Proverbs 34:8
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Saint Nicolas

Saint Nicholas: The Original Santa Claus

Saint Nicholas' life is one of history and mystery.
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