This is what a Spirit-filled movement looks like:
- Thousands of Catholics uniting with the global Christian family
- More than 1,300 hope-providing events around the world
- 243 Catholic partners leading their communities
- 1 inspirational Pope Francis showing the way
Thank you. During the Season of Creation, you and thousands of your Catholic sisters and brothers provided hope and inspiration to the world’s 2.4 billion Christians. Thank you.
Catholics everywhere united to pray and reflect on the season on Sunday, the feast day of St Francis of Assisi. But this is hardly the end. Below you’ll find videos and stories that inspire and show how Catholics on six continents have committed to radically new ways of living with creation.
Associate Director, GCCM
The fact that Pope Francis chose the Feast of St Francis to publish Fratelli Tutti is continuing his urgent and clear call for humanity to come together and start a new leg of this important journey. A journey, as a brother or sister, to Care for our Common Home with a deeper awareness of our relationship with creation and an even closer relationship with our fellow brothers and sisters (Fratelli Tutti 2).
We all realise that this call is for now, as we pause at the crossroad created by the Coronavirus pandemic and the Ecological Crisis. There is no time to lose. We need to have loud voices that become one strong irresistible voice sharing this message now.
Grateful thanks to all of you who are part of making this Season of Creation such a success.
How immensely proud we were of the Archdiocese of Cape Town’s Dominique Yon, who was the moderator at the International Youth Webinar for the Season of Creation. Do please watch her in action here – she made Cape Town proud!
The young people of the Catholic, Methodist, Lutheran, DRC and Anglican Churches of Cape Town have formed a group which worked together during the Season of Creation and have called themselves #together4creation we pray that they may go from strength to strength. Their facebok page is https://www.facebook.com/search/top/?q=together4creation