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Environment

Save the “lung of the world,” urge Latin American bishops as Amazon fires rage

Catholic churchmen call on international community to help save the Amazon rainforest

This Wisconsin Catholic church hired goats to weed its cemetery

Using goats to clear brambles is environmentally friendly and cost-effective, perfect for the spirit of Laudato Si'.

Catholic Energies is on a mission to bring “Laudato Si'” to life

The company that has already made an impact in Virginia, Maryland, and D.C. is planning to expand.

The Vatican Gardens are going “green”

Inspired by Pope Francis’ call to protect the environment, the Vatican will eliminate all chemical pesticides and fertilizers. 

Human rights organizations call for investigation over Philippines activist deaths

It is estimated that 104 environmental activists have been killed in the Philippines since 2016.

Ethiopia planted 350 million trees in one day

The "green legacy" initiative seeks to carry out goals outlined by Pope Francis' encyclical on the environment, Laudato si'.

D.C. Catholic Charities to be powered by massive 5-acre solar power installation

Catholic Energies is a non-profit which arose to answer Pope Francis' environmental missive, 'Laudato Si'.'.

How the Irish potato is saving the lives of millions

Ethiopians are growing the famed Irish spud and the crops are thriving.

11 Stunning sunsets you don’t want to miss across America

Take a look at these awe-inspiring skies from coast to coast.

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