Through our Creation Care programs, Sojourners is living out the biblical call of stewardship by working with a diverse group of partners to educate Christians about the need to reverse climate change, advance policies that prioritize clean air and water, and promote individual and legislative actions that support efficient, sustainable, and renewable energy sources.
Tell Congress: Listen to Pope Francis on the Environment!
We're here to tell Congress: Take a chance to read the pope’s encyclical! We need our leaders to hear the message that climate change and environmental degradation are moral and spiritual issues.
I grew up drinking tap water. Bottled water from far-off places like France and Italy was considered a frivolous luxury. We took it for granted that the tap water was clean enough to drink.
The nation’s Catholic bishops on Nov. 17 passed an updated guide for Catholic voters ahead of next year’s elections, but only after airing unusually sharp disagreements on how much they can, and should, adjust their priorities to match those of Pope Francis.
For seven years, we have been praying for “no KXL.” They said it would take a miracle and a miracle is what God provided.
After seven long years of review, the White House plans to reject the request from a Canadian company to build the Keystone XL pipeline, according to The New York Times.
Despite intense opposition from some conservatives and new revelations of financial scandals in the Vatican, Pope Francis is at peace with the reformist course he has set for the Catholic Church, according to a cardinal who is a leading adviser to the pontiff.
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