Laudato Si’ Week honors the fifth anniversary of Pope Francis’ encyclical on care for our common home. The theme of the week is “everything is connected.”
This week launches a year-long journey of transformation, as we grow through the crisis of the current moment by praying, reflecting, and preparing together for a better world to come tomorrow.
Following Pope Francis’ invitation to join Laudato Si’ Week, Catholics everywhere will reflect and prepare for action 16-24 May.
We’ll put our preparation into action during the Season of Creation this September, when Pope Francis has invited Catholics to pray and act for our common home.
What kind of world do we want to leave to those who will come after us, to children who are growing up?
Motivated by this question, I would like to invite you to participate in Laudato Si' Week from 16-24 May 2020. It is a global campaign on the occasion of the fifth anniversary of the Encyclical Letter Laudato Si’: on the care of our common home.
I renew my urgent call to respond to the ecological crisis. The cry of the earth and the cry of the poor cannot continue.
Let’s take care of creation, a gift of our good Creator God. Let’s celebrate Laudato Si’ Week together.
May God bless you. And do not forget to pray for me.
Examination of Conscience
Reflection on Laudato Si'
Tv.ArchKL.org @ 8 pm by Cardinal Tagle
Rosary Meditations - Joyful Mysteries
Rosary Meditations - Sorrowful Mysteries
Rosary Meditations - Glorious Mysteries
Tv.ArchKL.org @ 7 pm with Archbishop Julian Leow
Rosary Meditations - Luminous Mysteries
Session on Carbon Footprint
Divine Mercy Chaplet
Tv.ArchKL.org @ 7 pm with Fr Bernard Hyacinth
Laudato Si' Pledge and Personal Commitment
Worldwide Day of Prayer
Say this prayer @ 12 pm