Week 5 of Lent Reflection
Week 5 of Lent
Reflection on Care for Creation
Jesus was sacrificed because people forgot they are connected and that the path to true happiness is through serving one another. Everyone has the ability to respond to God's grace at work. It is a gift, freely given to all, by God.
Ps 51:3-4, 12-15
Laudato Si' Actions
Pope Francis calls for Integral Ecology which expands the narrow scientific definition of ecology to include the economic and social relationships of the human family. There is not 2 independent issues but a complex challenge that requires solutions with an integral approach. What can each of us do to promote integral ecology?
Step out of your comfort zone – advocate, participate in a climate strike, write to your local government officials regarding laws/bills
Educate yourself about scientific knowledge and sustainable technology - share with friends, family, parishioners and colleagues
Research ways in which you can positively impact the life of a living creature outside your family by making a change to its environment
Diocese of Worcester's
Environmental Stewardship Ministry
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