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Browsing Laudato Si Archives 2020

Twenty-Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time September 27, 2020

September 27, 2020

The Season of Creation: Week 3

Laudato Si’ in 4 or 5 minutes!

            Celebration of the Season of Creation in September originated with the issuing of Pope Francis’s first papal encyclical, Laudato Si’ (“Praise Be to you, O Lord”,) in 2015.  Here are links to two, short animated videos that capture the essence of this encyclical in an engaging manner. One is for general audiences and one especially for kids (and you can mix and match them!). They were produced by CAFOD, the official agency of the Catholic Church in England and Wales.

 

For general audiences (5 minutes):

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o3Lz7dmn1eM

   For kids (4 minutes):

       https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KOgF2Kgel6k

There is lots going on in Catholic dioceses and agencies around the world during this Season of Creation. We can make a start to joining efforts to keep our common home safe and life-giving for everyone by learning more about the Pope’s message to all of us in Laudato Si’.

September 27, 2020

The Season of Creation: Week 3

Laudato Si’ in 4 or 5 minutes!

            Celebration of the Season of Creation in September originated with the issuing of Pope Francis’s first papal encyclical, Laudato Si’ (“Praise Be to you, O Lord”,) in 2015.  Here are links to two, short animated videos that capture the essence of this encyclical in an engaging manner. One is for general audiences and one especially for kids (and you can mix and match them!). They were produced by CAFOD, the official agency of the Catholic Church in England and Wales.

 

For general audiences (5 minutes):

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o3Lz7dmn1eM

   For kids (4 minutes):

       https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KOgF2Kgel6k

There is lots going on in Catholic dioceses and agencies around the world during this Season of Creation. We can make a start to joining efforts to keep our common home safe and life-giving for everyone by learning more about the Pope’s message to all of us in Laudato Si’.

September 27, 2020

The Season of Creation: Week 3

Laudato Si’ in 4 or 5 minutes!

            Celebration of the Season of Creation in September originated with the issuing of Pope Francis’s first papal encyclical, Laudato Si’ (“Praise Be to you, O Lord”,) in 2015.  Here are links to two, short animated videos that capture the essence of this encyclical in an engaging manner. One is for general audiences and one especially for kids (and you can mix and match them!). They were produced by CAFOD, the official agency of the Catholic Church in England and Wales.

 

For general audiences (5 minutes):

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o3Lz7dmn1eM

   For kids (4 minutes):

       https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KOgF2Kgel6k

There is lots going on in Catholic dioceses and agencies around the world during this Season of Creation. We can make a start to joining efforts to keep our common home safe and life-giving for everyone by learning more about the Pope’s message to all of us in Laudato Si’.

September 27, 2020

The Season of Creation: Week 3

Laudato Si’ in 4 or 5 minutes!

            Celebration of the Season of Creation in September originated with the issuing of Pope Francis’s first papal encyclical, Laudato Si’ (“Praise Be to you, O Lord”,) in 2015.  Here are links to two, short animated videos that capture the essence of this encyclical in an engaging manner. One is for general audiences and one especially for kids (and you can mix and match them!). They were produced by CAFOD, the official agency of the Catholic Church in England and Wales.

 

For general audiences (5 minutes):

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o3Lz7dmn1eM

   For kids (4 minutes):

       https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KOgF2Kgel6k

There is lots going on in Catholic dioceses and agencies around the world during this Season of Creation. We can make a start to joining efforts to keep our common home safe and life-giving for everyone by learning more about the Pope’s message to all of us in Laudato Si’.

September 27, 2020

The Season of Creation: Week 3

Laudato Si’ in 4 or 5 minutes!

            Celebration of the Season of Creation in September originated with the issuing of Pope Francis’s first papal encyclical, Laudato Si’ (“Praise Be to you, O Lord”,) in 2015.  Here are links to two, short animated videos that capture the essence of this encyclical in an engaging manner. One is for general audiences and one especially for kids (and you can mix and match them!). They were produced by CAFOD, the official agency of the Catholic Church in England and Wales.

 

For general audiences (5 minutes):

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o3Lz7dmn1eM

   For kids (4 minutes):

       https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KOgF2Kgel6k

There is lots going on in Catholic dioceses and agencies around the world during this Season of Creation. We can make a start to joining efforts to keep our common home safe and life-giving for everyone by learning more about the Pope’s message to all of us in Laudato Si’.

September 27, 2020

The Season of Creation: Week 3

Laudato Si’ in 4 or 5 minutes!

            Celebration of the Season of Creation in September originated with the issuing of Pope Francis’s first papal encyclical, Laudato Si’ (“Praise Be to you, O Lord”,) in 2015.  Here are links to two, short animated videos that capture the essence of this encyclical in an engaging manner. One is for general audiences and one especially for kids (and you can mix and match them!). They were produced by CAFOD, the official agency of the Catholic Church in England and Wales.

 

For general audiences (5 minutes):

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o3Lz7dmn1eM

   For kids (4 minutes):

       https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KOgF2Kgel6k

There is lots going on in Catholic dioceses and agencies around the world during this Season of Creation. We can make a start to joining efforts to keep our common home safe and life-giving for everyone by learning more about the Pope’s message to all of us in Laudato Si’.

 

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