Every October 4th, the Feast of St. Francis celebrates the saint who saw all created beings as his brother or sister. Inspired by this example, Catholic Climate Covenant produces a free educational program to help your faith community explore how it can better care for creation and the poor.
This year’s program, "Who Is My Neighbor In A Climate - Threatened World?" focuses on the interconnections between immigration, refugees, and climate change. To receive the 90-minute educational program, please fill out this form.
We are delighted to provide you with your requested 2018 Feast of St. Francis Program – Who is My Neighbor in a Climate - Threatened World? materials.
To access the full program, please download the following:
1) Facilitator Guide - Includes all the instructions, scripts, links, and materials you or another facilitator will need for a successful 90-minute Feast of St. Francis program.
2) Participant Program Guide - Includes everything that a participant will need – readings, prayers, meditation guide, and discussion questions. This is the printable version of the program.
3) A Further Information and Action Resource: We have compiled a list of resources on climate change and migration/refugees for further study and action. Each participant should be given a copy to take home.
4) A Blessing of the Animals liturgy
An email with these links will also be sent to you.
Catholic Climate Covenant