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Br. Cesare Vaiani, OFM: JPIC’s Place in Franciscan Missionary Formation

Attention to this dimension of integral ecology is part of Franciscan identity, and therefore of our formation. It is enough to read art. 1 of our General Constitutions to understand this: it is particularly important because, at the beginning of the Constitutions, it briefly expresses our identity.

Marocco, Exhibition and Exchange of Plants

The exhibition and exchange of plants in the door and front of Lerchundi Cultural Center was one of the activities organized by the Order of fFriars Minor Justice, Peace Integrity of Creation in Larache, Morocco animated by Friar Melito Pinili, OFM

Franciscan resource for the fourth World Day of The Poor

The Office of Justice, Peace and Integrity of Creation in collaboration with the JPIC-Media teams offer this resource to deepen on the World Day of the Poor in four approaches: from Integral Ecology, from a contemplation of the reality, from a discernment from the brotherhood and from a commitment of being a samaritan.

The responsibility of business on human rights: Franciscan action at the United Nations from the perspective of Laudato si’

Join Franciscans around the world for a conversation on: The responsibility of Business on Human Rights – Franciscan action at the United Nations from the perspective of Laudato si’

Two years of mission of the Custodial Fraternity in Capaccio, Italy

Our presence raised vital hopes. We highlight, in particular, the reality of our work with migrants, such as the delivery of food, clothing, shoes, furniture and various other private and community needs of each migrant.

INTEGRAL ECOLOGY for a conversion of the look to 5 years of Laudato Si’

In this third JPIC notebook, we focus on integral ecology. It is the revolution launched by the Pope with the encyclical Laudato Si’, and now, five years later, precisely during the pandemic, it becomes increasingly current and urgent to unleash new processes in the political, economic, social and pastoral sphere of care of our common home.