Catholic Earth Day Events

Earth Day is Sunday, April 22. This Earth Day, Catholics around the world are joining together for a global day of action.

We are coming together with 2 simple plans:

  • include creation in your prayers or mass and
  • encourage your diocese to care for creation.

Will your community join the worldwide events on April 22? Please register your event here.

The Norbertine Community in Albuquerque, New Mexico

Do the diocese’s choices matter? Yes! As a leader in the community, its decisions make a big difference.

There are 1.2 billion of us Catholics on Earth. We can make a big impact if we act together.

Photo Credit: CivicSolar

From talking points and postcards to lesson plans and mass suggestions, the free toolkit has everything you need for a successful program. Please register your event now to take full advantage of all the materials.

Pope Francis says, “Bring the whole human family together . . . for we know that things can change.” (Laudato Si’, 13)

As Catholics, we’re called to preserve the good gift of creation and to protect the vulnerable people who share it. We have the power to answer the call.

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