Resources

Adapted from retreat offered by Mercy International Reflection Group at Mercy Center, St. Louis
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An easy guide from the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas for prayerfully eating less meat during Lent 2020.
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Laudato Si Generation, a movement formed at the 2019 World Youth Day, is calling on students and adults to join in the Global Climate Strike in response to the climate crisis. The strike is being called for a Friday every other month.
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The Mercy community is taking to hear Pope Francis' call to "ecological citizenship" through changes in lifestyle and policies that exemplify its Critical Concern for Earth and sustainability of life.
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The Washington, D.C.,-based interfaith working group on energy and the environment summarized the regional impacts of climate change included in the National Climate Assessment report released in fall 2018.
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The Washington, D.C.,-based interfaith working group on energy and the environment produced this simple summary of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s 2018 report that makes clear the urgency of addressing climate change.
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Sisters of Mercy Institute Leadership Team supports climate change legal brief.
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An education resource put forth by the Earth Care Committee of the Sisters of Mercy, South Central Community
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Pray with this visual meditation on Laudato Si
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We pray for and with these courageous people around the globe who seek to protect water, land and sacred territory.
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Use this novena during the first nine days of Lent to join in solidarity with people, especially indigenous communities, who are courageously speaking out against the impacts of extractive industries.
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Sisters of Mercy in Ireland developed this prayer service to remind us to include all of creation in our circle of Mercy.
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Print out this poster with your Laudato Si pledge, take a photo of you holding it and share on social media using the hashtags #CreationCare #MercyEarth and challenging your friends and colleagues to do the same.
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We belong to a whole greater than our own immediate vision. Our ecological crisis is a crisis of consciousness.
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Cites how Mercy works on this critical concern, and how this critical concern is connected to Pope Francis' calls
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Global climate change is impacting people and the environment in many ways. Here are some examples that directly connect to the Sisters of Mercy’s Critical Concerns.
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Masbely Del Cid, a Mercy who lives in Honduras, speaks about the need to address sustainability issues impacting all facets of life in her country.
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Edia Lopez, a Mercy who lives in Panama, speaks of the importance of learning to live with others and with Earth.
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Ana Maria Suifi, a Mercy who lives in Argentina, laments excesses of capitalism
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Ana Maria Siufi, a Mercy living in Argentina, notes values needed to address environmental destruction.
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50+ organizations signed on to this letter drafted by the Sisters of Mercy regarding violence near a mine in Cajamarca, Peru.
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One-page handout detailing each of our Critical Concerns
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Following several years of discussion and education on land conservation, the Sisters of Mercy - Northeast Community determined that a Land Ethic would help them further their efforts to conserve several parcels of land with ecological value in the Northe
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