You’re Invited: Thursday, April 29, 2021 • 7pm-8pm
Laudato Sí: On Care for Our Common Home, Pope Francis’ second encyclical gives biblical and theological evidence of how sin disintegrates God’s intended plan of harmony and care among humans and the natural world. While Laudato Si' is the first encyclical to focus on the environment and its destruction in such a comprehensive way, its foundation rests in a long history of Church teaching on creation. The Creation Care team at Holy Family is working to fulfill this mission in our parish.
If you have a passion, please join us.
If you want to make a difference, please join us.
If you want to ensure the best utilization of resources, please join us.
If you wonder what Creation Care is doing at Holy Family, please join us.
We will meet in the Parish Center and will be joined by our special guest, Hannah Schultz from Georgia Interfaith Power & Light who will demonstrate the intersection of Creation Care to scripture, "A faithful response to God’s command to be caretaker’s of the earth (Genesis 1:26-31). Masks and social distancing required; this event will be live streamed.