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Poor Clare Sisters join Prayer Network for the Care of Creation

In the spirit of Laudato Si’ 2021, the platform “Prayer Network for the Care of Creation”, a network of communities committed to the healing of our common home, has been created. The JPIC Office, with the support of Pro Monialibus, has invited the Poor Clares, the Capuchin Sisters and the Conceptionist Sisters to be part of this network.

Pope Francis invites faithful to celebrate progress, plan ambitious decade during Laudato Si’ Week

To celebrate the end of the Laudato Si’ Special Anniversary Year, Pope Francis invites the world’s 1.3 billion Catholics to joyfully participate in Laudato Si’ Week 2021, to be held 16-24 May.

Philippines, Franciscan Province of San Pedro Bautista: a Laudato Si’ Province

Completed the installation of their solar panels in collaboration with WeGen Laudato Si’ as a collective response to Pope Francis’ encyclical Laudato Si’

Global Campaign: Stop the Massacre in Myanmar

Emergency Call to Action
Stop the Killing of Innocent Civilians in Myanmar!!!

Poor Clare Monastery in the Philippines advocates Renewable energy

The Poor Clare Monastery of the Blessed Sacrament, a 48-year-old monastery in Cabuyao, Laguna, Philippines was inspired by the encyclical Laudato Si and responded to the call of Pope Francis to transition into renewal energy.

Laudato Si Revolution Alive in the Caribbean Islands

The institute commenced their partnership initiatives during the Covid-19 lockdown to raise digital awareness of the LS Revolution campaign