Catholic Climate Covenant
Update from the
Diocese of Worcester
Environmental Stewardship Ministry
Catholic Climate Covenant hosted the
and the U.S. Catholic Church conference
which was held June 27-29 at Creighton University. This was the first of three biennial conferences to convene, equip, and inspire current and potential leaders who can more robustly implement
and its climate change teaching into many ministries and institutions of the U.S. Catholic Church.
You are invited to be a part of the next steps!
Join us on July 30th at 2:00 pm (eastern)
to be updated about the conference’s vision, proceedings, and future actions.
This will be your opportunity to learn more about the conference outcomes and how you can contribute to the integration of
in your parish, school, religious community, or Catholic institution.
REGISTER FOR WEBINAR
Specifically, the webinar will discuss:
Why this conference was held, its vision, and our hopes for the future.
How you can become involved in implementing the action steps originating from the conference.
Key takeaways and next steps from the plenaries and eight ministerial tracks: Adult Faith Formation, Advocacy, Creation Care Teams, Energy Management, Higher Education, Liturgy, School Education, and Young Adult Ministry.
Dan DiLeo, Catholic Climate Covenant Consultant and assistant professor and director of the Program of Justice Studies and Peace at Creighton University.
Jose Aguto, Catholic Climate Covenant Associate Director
Paz Artaza-Regan, Catholic Climate Covenant Program Manager-Creation Care Teams
As always, the webinar will be recorded and sent to all who register
. Questions? Contact Paz Artaza-Regan (
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