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Experts inspire hope for 2020 Season of Creation

Hundreds of Christians came together on Monday to learn how the global ecumenical family can better care for our common home this Season of Creation, a month of prayer and action to protect all of creation from 1 September to 4 October. read more

Catholics and the Season of Creation

Catholics around the world will come together in May to prepare for the Season of Creation, the ecumenical celebration of prayer and action for our common home that is held 1 September through 4 October each year. read more

Season of Creation 2019

The Season of Creation is this special time of year when Christians from all around the world unite to pray and act for our common home. This year, we experienced a bolder sense of sense of momentum and unity across the Christian family. read more

Archbishop of Canterbury’s new message

Photo: Archbishop of Canterbury Describing the climate crisis as “the greatest challenge we and future generations face,” the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby has called Christians worldwide to fight climate change with greater urgency and solidarity. “Without...

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Season of Creation Webinar Now Online

Listen to the full webinar here The Season of Creation webinar that ran live on September 16 was titled, “Should we be Saving Souls or Seals? What Christianity says about Biodiversity.” Although two minutes in, it became clear that the real issue was much larger than...

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Creation Day: Evening Singing in the Camaldoli forest

On Creation Day, Sunday, September 1, the monastic community of Camaldoli joined pilgrims and friends for a simple, powerful ceremony. An array of white cocolles (seeds) were gathered around a knobby wooden cross, along with an austere lectern, and a Byzantine icon of...

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Mozambique celebrates the season

Celebrating the Season of Creation, the Anglican Youth of Lebombos Diocese in Mozambique marched through the streets of Maxixe carrying the Anglican youth banners. 55 shade trees were planted to green the city. read more